Galvanized Steel Coils Regular 1000mm 1250mm Z60-Z120 Dx51d+Z, DC01

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Hot DIP Galvanized Steel Coils Regular 1000mm 1250mm Z60-Z120 Dx51d+Z, DC01

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EN 10147 Structure hot dip galvanized steel coil S250GD+Z, S350GD+Z (SGC340, SS275, SS340)/Custom Deep drawing hot dip galvanized steel coil DX52D+Z, DX53D+Z, S

Galvanized steel is taken cold rolled steel as the base metal, after continuous hot dip galvanizing process, the product produced is an excellent resistance to atmospheric corrosion coating steel coil, as the steel gets coated in layers of zinc and rust won't attach this protective metal; Cold rolled plate by hot-dip galvanizing may extend the service life of 15-20 years.

For countless outdoor, marine, or industrial applications, galvanized steel is an essential fabrication component. Hot dip galvanized steel is used in applications where steel may be exposed to weather, but where stainless steel is too expensive.

Application:
Construction
Manufacture anticorrosion, industrial and civil architecture roof boarding, roof grille
Light industries
Home appliance's case, civil chimney, kitchen utensils
Auto industry
Corrosion resistant parts of cars
Agriculture
Food storage, meat and aquatic products' freezing and processing equipment
Commerce
Equipments to store and transport materials, and packing implements

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EN 10142
EN 10147

DX51D+Z,  DX52D+Z, DX53D+Z
SS250GD+Z,  SS350GD+Z

JIS G3321

SGCC,  SGCD,  SGCDD,  SGC400

 ASTM A792M

CS type C,  CS type B,  DS,  SS250

Base Metal

Cold rolled steel coils  SPCC,  SPCD,  SPCE,  DC01,  DC03,  DC04,  CS,  DS,  DDS,  Q195,  Q250,  Q350

Thickness

0.14mm-3.0mm

Width

600mm-1600mm

Coil ID

508mm,  610mm

Zinc coating

60g/m2-450g/m2

Surface treating

chromium free passivation,  chromium passivation,  fingerprint resistant,  oiled

Spangle types

Minimal spangle,  zero spangle,  regular and big spangle

 

Galvanized Steel Coils Regular 1000mm 1250mm Z60-Z120 Dx51d+Z, DC01

Galvanized Steel Coils Regular 1000mm 1250mm Z60-Z120 Dx51d+Z, DC01

Galvanized Steel Coils Regular 1000mm 1250mm Z60-Z120 Dx51d+Z, DC01

 

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1. What's your normal delivery time?
Our delivery time about 10-20days for standard sizes, if you have other requirements like hardness  and width ,it is about 20-40days. But don't worry ,we also try our best for the delivery time ,because time longer and our cost is higher.

2.Are the products tested before shipping?
Yes, all of our PPGI and GI was qualified before shipping. We test every batch every day.

3. Is the sample available?
Yes, samples can be sent for test if you need.

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Q:Why was there molten steel at Ground Zero?
that's just it: there wasn't very much molten steel for the very reason you point out. Jet fuel burns at 800° to 1500°F. This is not hot enough to melt structural steel. However, engineers say that for the World Trade Center towers to collapse, their steel frames didn't need to melt, they just had to lose some of their structural strength. Steel will lose about half its strength at 1,200 degrees F. The steel will also become distorted when heat is not a uniform temperature. after the collapse, a LOT of folks took a look at the remains. the result was the conclusion that the fire caused the central core of the building to weaken. When the floors collapsed one on top of the other, the weight was too much for the weaked core to bear, causing the result we are all familiar with. hope this helps
Q:How is steel manufactured?
The steel consists of ( Iron ) and another matter... but the popular one is iron+carbon / iron+silver - When iron is smelted from its ore by commercial processes, it contains more carbon than is desirable. To become steel, it must be melted and reprocessed to reduce the carbon to the correct amount, at which point other elements can be added. This liquid is then continuously cast into long slabs or cast into ingots. Approximately 96% of steel is continuously cast, while only 4% is produced as cast steel ingots. The ingots are then heated in a soaking pit and hot rolled into slabs, blooms, or billets. Slabs are hot or cold rolled into sheet metal or plates. Billets are hot or cold rolled into bars, rods, and wire. Blooms are hot or cold rolled into structural steel, such as I-beams and rails. In modern foundries these processes often occur in one assembly line, with ore coming in and finished steel coming out. Sometimes after a steel's final rolling it is heat treated for strength, however this is relatively rare.
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Q:What is the density of steel?
The short answer to your question is that the density of plain mild steel is 7.85. The long answer is that depending on where you look, or the grade of steel that you are talking about can change this value. A density of 7.88 is often quoted for mild steel as well. If you add alloying elements such as tungsten, chrome or manganese to improve the steel, the density will change. So the long answer is that the density of steel can vary between 7.75 and 8.05.
Q:how do you rate the hardness of steel?
There's an instrument called a hardness tester. It has a stylus which is pressed into the surface of a sample of steel with a calibrated amount of force. The distance it penetrates tells you how hard the steel is. (This is sometimes called 'indentation hardness'). The most common scale is the Rockwell Scale. Actually it gets a little complicated because there are several scales, one for tungsten carbide (the hardest man-made material), one for aluminum and brass and soft steels, and one for hardened steels. Another scale for indentation hardness is the Brinell scale. It's a little less complicated, with one scale to measure the hardness of wood, plastic, etc. as well as steel.
Q:Why is it called Stainless Steel?
Because it stains less than some other metals.
Q:Ideas for Fantasy Culture: Steel Making?
Well, steel is just modified iron, so you're going to have to start with acquiring the iron first. For that, you're most likely going to be using some sort of underground mining somewhere - either they do that themselves, or they purchase the iron elsewhere. Assuming you're not dealing with meteoric iron (which is possible, but pretty uncommon), or iron sands (not likely in a woodland area), then unless you're dealing with a rocky outcropping with iron veins out in the open, I'm pretty sure there needs to be somebody doing some digging. That said, it doesn't need to be a full raping of the land scenario. A couple of minor mines, some small-scale smelting operations, and somebody knowing the secret of making steel, and it could give you small amounts of steel without making an ecological disaster.
Q:Steel or nylon strings?
Musical type speaks volumes on the subject of this problem. Folks that want high quantity shall be unhappy with unamplified nylon string guitars. From my point of view, the elemental difference between steel and nylon is that this: steel strings ring and nylon strings resonate. The volume produced via steel is quite often a lot bigger than nylon however, to my mind-set, the sound resonance produced with the aid of the wooden of your guitar is essentially masked by steel strings. In case you have a decently made guitar (generally, around a thousand dollars and up), the sound interaction between the wooden and the strings in a nylon guitar is magical across the whole frequency range. With a steel string guitar, the sound produced via the vibrating string overpowers the timber resonance at all but low frequencies. In my view, i'll take a nylon string guitar any day for the sensitivity won from the interplay between timber and vibrating string.
Q:Steel vs nylon (elasticity/stress/strain)?
steel is NOT as flexible and much slipperier if you fall the nylon stretches to slow the victim but a steel cable would stop short and kill you
Q:How much pressure can concrete and steel take?
About all I remember is concrete can stand tremendous compression but almost no stretch .

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