Galvanized Steel Coil of type GI /Z40-Z275

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Galvanized Steel Coil quick details:


Standard:ASTM,DIN,GB,JIS,DX51D

Grade:JIS SPCC

Thickness:0.2-1.3, 0.2mm-1.0mm

Place of Origin:Shandong China (Mainland)

Type:Steel Coil,MANUFACURER

Technique:Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:Galvanized

Application:Other

Special Use:High-strength Steel Plate

Width:914-1250MM

Material:SGCC SGCC

CERTIFICATE:ISO9001&CE

PAYMENT TERMS:L/C&T/T

Package:Normal Export Packing

Zinc:Z40-Z275

Coil Weight:3 to 10 tons

Inner ID:508mm/610mm


Galvanized Steel Coil of the packaging and delivery:

Paclkaging Detail:
Stardard export packing
Deivery Detail:within 30- 40 DAYS


Specifications of the galvanized steel coil:

Galvanized steel coil/ GI/high quality 

DX51D JIS SGCC 3302 
ISO9001&CE 
HIGH QUALITY WITH LOWEST PRECE

Galvanized Steel Coil:


THICKNESS : 0.2mm-1.0mm

WIDTH : 914mm-1250mm

ZINC COATING : 40g-275g

PAINT BRAND : Nippon

COIL WEIGHT : 3-10tons

COIL ID : 508mm/610mm

PACKAGE : Normal Export Packing

PAYMENT TERMS : L/C&T/T

COLOR:RAL9002

MATERIAL:SGCC

CERTIFICATE : ISO9001&CE

Resistances to high temperature and high pressure




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The strength and corrosion resistance depends on the mix. Pure steel is pure iron plus 6% pure carbon. It is the carbon molecules that give it a tough crystallized strength. Pure iron is wrought iron and you can bend that with your hands. Strength also depends on the shape of the beam the most common steel beam is the W flange more commonly called the I beam. That is because the strength of the ‘I’ beam is just a little bit less than if the entire I beam was filled in; however the weight and material savings is huge. Steel itself has no corrosion resistance and is often given a zinc coating just to resist oxidization. Manganese, vanadium and tungsten are just some of the other elements added to improve the steel.
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It is very difficult to define Methoding of Steel castings by one sentence. Actually it encompasses the total casting process. Normally it would mean a) Pattern design i.e. what type of pattern it would be- wooden, metallic, split or full, loose or fitted on a match plate or any other, how will be the parting line. b) Design of the gating system. c) Design of risering i.e. numbers, size and location of risers. d) Design of molding process i.e. sand system to be used, mold box size. But to do justice to the above mentioned activities, you need to consider other parameters of the casting process such as chemical composition, solidification characteristics, pouring temperature, pouring time, knock out time etc. As I said Methoding of Steel castings means designing of the total casting process from inception to final product.
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