Galvanized Steel Coil Hot Dipped BHS ASTM A653 CNBM

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1.Quick Details:

  • Thickness: 0.15 - 2.0 mm

  • Technique: Hot Rolled

  • Application: Container Plate

  • Surface Treatment: Galvanized

  • Secondary Or Not: Non-secondary

  • Certification: CE

  • Special Pipe: Thick Wall Pipe

  • Alloy Or Not: Non-alloy

  • Section Shape: Other

2.Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:standard package
Delivery Detail:1-4 week
3.Feature
galvanized coil steel 
cold rolled galvanizing steel coil 
galvanized iron steel coil  
 
4.Specifications                            
Product namehot rolling galvanized steel coil
Raw materialSGCC, SPCC, DC51D, SGHC,A653
CertificateISO9001,BV,SGS
Thickness0.13mm-2.0mm
Width1250mm or under
Tolerancethickness+/-0.01mm
Surface treatmentgalvanized steel sheets

T Bending (top-coating)

T Bending (back-coating)

≤3T

≤4T

Anti-MEK Wiping≥100times
Zinc coating40-180g
Type of coating structure2/1 or 2/2 coating, or customized
StandardGB/T12754-2006, GB/T9761-1988, GB/T9754-1988, GB/T6739-1996, HG/T3830-2006, HG/T3830-2006, GB/T1732-93, GB/T9286-1998, GB/T1771-1991, GB/T14522-93
ColorSilver
Applicationconstruction material for building industry ,structural use, roofing, commercial use ,household appliance,industry facilities,office buildings

Galvanized Steel Coil  Hot Dipped  BHS ASTM A653 CNBM

5.What is the application of Steel Coil?

There are two sides,one is out side: Workshop, agricultural warehouse, residential precast unit, corrugated roof, roller shutter door, rainwater drainage pipe, retailer booth;the other is inside: Door, doorcase, light steel roof structure, folding screen, elevator, stairway, vent gutter.

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Cold Steel takes a billet (read piece of metal stock) in high carbon steel, usually 1060 which is pretty good, and then heats it up and pounds it into shape with a pre-made form. This is called forging. Their swords are not Folded (the traditional manner) they are Forged. This is different from taking a piece of 1060 steel and just grinding it down into shape. The forging process creates very strong steel (not as strong as folding) that is much stronger than a sword or knife made from grinding a piece of metal down into shape. Cold Steel's stuff is generally thicker, but they are practical and with enough practice you can wield it just like a thinner lighter sword. Their weapons are what you would call battle ready meaning you could feasibly take it into a sword fight and use it like its more traditionally crafted counter part. The only downfall is its weight and and the fact that it isn't as strong as a folded steel sword, but it would do very well.
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High tensile steel could mean almost anything. SAE 4130 Chrome-Moly steel is the de-facto standard for steel bikes frames. High tensile steel could actually mean the same thing since chrome-moly is classified as high strength steel. The strength of the frame depends as much on the quality of the welds and on the size/thickness of the tubing as much as anything else. I'd say what kind of steel you use makes only a minor difference. One reason you want to buy bikes from reputable name-brand companies is they tend to have strict quality controls, this is particularly important when it comes to welds. Welds are always the weakest part of any bike frame, don't let anyone tell you different. 99% of the time if something in the frame breaks, it'll be at the welds. hope this helps.
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Here are the top 30 steel producing companies in the world, listed by the megaton output: 1. 63.0 Mton Mittal Steel Company NV (Global) [2] 2. 46.7 Mton Arcelor (Europe) [3] 3. 32.0 Mton Nippon Steel (Japan) [4] 4. 30.5 Mton POSCO (South Korea) [5] 5. 29.9 Mton JFE (Japan) [6] 6. 23.8 Mton Shanghai Baosteel Group Corporation (China) 7. 19.3 Mton United States Steel Corporation (United States) 8. 18.4 Mton Nucor Corporation (United States) 9. 18.2 Mton Corus Group (Europe) [7] 10. 17.5 Mton Riva Group (Europe) [8] 11. 16.5 Mton ThyssenKrupp (Europe) [9] 12. 16.1 Mton Tangshan (China) 13. 13.9 Mton EvrazHolding (Russia) 14. 13.7 Mton Gerdau (Brazil) 15. 13.6 Mton Severstal (Russia) 16. 13.5 Mton Sumitomo Metal Industries (Japan) 17. 13.4 Mton SAIL (India) 18. 12.0 Mton Wuhan Iron and Steel (China) 19. 11.9 Mton Anshan (China) 20. 11.4 Mton Magnitogorsk (Russia) 21. 10.5 Mton Jiangsu Shagang (China) 22. 10.5 Mton Shougang (China) 23. 10.4 Mton Jinan (China) 24. 10.3 Mton Laiwu (China) 25. 10.3 Mton China Steel (Taiwan) [10] 26. 9.6 Mton Maanshan 27. 9.4 Mton Imidro 28. 8.7 Mton Techint 29. 8.7 Mton Usiminas (Brazil) 30. 8.5 Mton Novolipetsk (Russia)
Q:is 440 stainless steel good for throwing knives?
For throwing knives, 440 isn’t necessarily a bad choice. Does it list whether it is 440c or 440b? That matters somewhat. The advantages of 440 Stainless is that it’s relatively hard (for a stainless), it resists rust significantly, and it’s not so hard that it would shatter or break. On the down side 440 is notorious for not taking or holding an edge, but for a throwing knife, that’s probably not much of an issue. If you’re looking for something to train with, you’re fine here. It’s plenty of steel enough to stick in wood or other targets. Odds are it won't bend if you slam it into some wood. If it lands on concrete, eh, it's going to scratch and all that jazz, and it might hurt the tip if it hits first, but as has been said, you can use a file or grinder to get the tip back.
Q:what is the densest type of steel alloy?
Technically, any metal that is not pure could be considered a steel alloy with the addition of iron. Density will vary depending on the percentage of each alloying element. In commonly available alloys, those with a high percentage of nickel will be the most dense. Nickel has a high molecular weight and readily alloys with most other metals. This class of materials is stainless steels, heat resistant super alloys such as inconel, hastalloy, etc. Tensile strength is not directly related to nickel content. Elements such as boron, manganese, molybdenum, and chromium have the most effect on tensile strength in steel alloys both as rolled and heat treated. Hope that answers your question.
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Q:pleas tell me any website for engineering calculations in steel fabrications?
The American Institute of Steel Construction develops codes for steel building design in the U.S. See the link to below to the Steel Solutions Center at their website. You can find free programs for designing structural steel elements from clicking on technical resources at that link. Most of the programs presume that you are a structural/civil engineer with knowledge of the steel design specifications.
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I put up a 30'x40' Mueller Steel Building from a bolt together kit 6 yrs ago. Fully insulated, 2 10'x10' roll up doors, 1 walk thru door, 3 windows, 2' overhang all around, and gutters. The building price minus the slab was about $9500. The only special equipment was a neighbor's large Farmall with a hay spike on the FEL that we used to lift the trusses in place. Then it was mainly cordless drills to put in LOTS of self tapping screws, circular saw with metal cutting blade, tall ladders, etc. Had help putting up the trusses and putting up the roof panels. Everything else I did by myself. Took about 6 wks, but that was only working weekends and maybe 3 evenings a week since that land is 30 miles from my house. Would have gone a lot faster with at least one helper.

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