Galvanized Steel Coils/Rolled Steel Coil Plate

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50 m.t.
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10000 m.t./month

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Model NO.:CGCC, JIS3312

Surface Treatment:Coated

Certification:ISO, SGS

Technique:Cold Rolled

Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB

Application:Construction, Roofing and So on

Edge:Slit edge

Stock:Stock

Steel Grade:Q195-235

Thickness:0.16-0.8mm

Width:800-1250mm

Color:Ral Number

Zinc:30G/M2-100G/M2

Coils Weight:3-5tons/Coils

Export Markets:Global

Additional Info.

Packing:Export Standard Packing

Standard:JIS G3312

Origin:China

HS Code:72107000

Production Capacity:100000tons/Year

Product Description

Prepainted galvanized steel coils


1. PPGI, prepainted galvanized steel coil(Annual Output: 200, 000tons) 

(1). Leading manufacturer in China 
(2). Competitive price 
(3). High quality 
(4). Good after-sale service 
2. The Feature of PPGI: 
1). Geade: CGCC, other grade can be available 
2). The thickness range of the PPGI: 0.16mm to 0.8mm 
Tolerance of thickness of The PPGI: +/-0.03mm 
3). Width range: 800mm to 1250mm 
Tolerance of width: +/-3.00mm (aiming to +/-2.00mm) 
4). Zinc coating: Z40-Z275 
5). Coil internal diameter: 508mm 
6). Packing: Standard waterproof paper and galvanized steel protection cover and steel strip packed 
7). Applications of PPGI: Widely used for roofs, outer walls, ovens, Explosive-proof steel, electrically controlled cabinets, and industrial freezers in the Residential and industrial buildings





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Q:What kind of steel alloy have the strongest attraction for magnets?
1) Not to be mean or anything but Steel is an alloy. Anything metal or of metallic nature is an alloy. 2) Iron although not very strong attracts magnets the best.
Q:is magnetic steel hygenic to produce stainless steel utensils?
Magnetic steel rusts. That's why kitchenware is often made out of stainless. You can't turn magnetic steel into stainless, sorry. Metalurgy is a complicated subject, and is all about different alloys. It's far too involved to explain in a few paragraphs here, but no, they're not interchangeable in this case unless you want to produce kitchenware that rusts.
Q:Steel-toed boots in cold weather?
should be ok and not cold if you go by what is written in the posting you quoted however if you are thinking of buying them just for the snow i would consider something else much cheaper. however if you already have them then not a problem, i suggest you give it a test run.
Q:when was steel first made?
No, the iron age was just iron. It was smelted down in open fires where temperatures can vary. There was a problem of not always being able to cook out all the impurities from the ore, which led to inconsistent strengths in finished products. People first discovered the properties and advantages of steel when charcoal (carbon) was added to smelted iron. I don't know when the first steel was made. But it must have been a more expensive process because it didn't appear in household products until around 1800. But I'm not sure on that.
Q:What does steel angel zero have to do with steel angel kurumi?
Steel Angel Zero is an OVA (Original Video Animation), a very short animation that went straight to DVD. It probably was written because Kurumi was so popular, and the producer wanted to check the waters for whether they should make a second season. It's pretty hard to keep track of what anime is which, especially in the more popular series. If you think Zero is worth zero, try Steel Angel Kurumi 2 (anime, 12 episodes), and Steel Angel Kurumi Encore (OVA, 4 episodes) as well.
Q:Does steel contain nickel?
*Most of the grades of stainless steel contains nickle except few grades of ferritic/Martensitic stainless steel. For example , SAE416 / SAE 420 does not contain Nickle. See Stainless steel designations table at following link:
Q:Stainless steel or white appliances?
A relative had a stainless steel range. It always looked a fingerprinted mess. I have never liked it. To me, it is grey with a sheen. I hate grey. I am a white appliance person all the way. White makes the room look cleaner, brighter and larger and it is easy to keep clean. Stainless is a nightmare to keep clean. Almost forgot to mention, when we bought our house a few years ago, it had a stainless steel range, horribly marked and scratched. I got rid of it, in keeping with white.
Q:How lighter than steel is carbon fiber?
Carbon fiber doesn't really refer to a single material (steel doesn't either, but most steels have similar densities). Pure carbon fiber is just that, fibers made of 90+% carbon. Carbon fiber in the context of cars usually refers to carbon fiber-reinforced polymers rather than plain woven fibers. The polymer adds rigidity to what would otherwise just be like a sheet of fabric. The density depends on the polymer used and the ratio of polymer:fiber. For 50% fiber by volume in epoxy, it has a density of 1.6 g/cm^3. Steel has a density of ~7.8 g/cm^3. So, by volume, steel is almost 5 times heavier.
Q:carbon steel strength?
Ricki is correct. There is no way to tell how much carbon is present just from the term carbon steel. It comes in a wide range of grades within the general classifications of low, medium, and high carbon steel. What you'll get depends on the quality of the knife. As the carbon content increases, the steel becomes harder, stronger, and more responsive to heat treatment. It also becomes more brittle, so a **very** high carbon steel would not be the best thing for a machete. As Ricki said, plain carbon steels are not rust resistant. However, I have had a carbon steel machete for over 40 years and it's just fine. If you take care of it, it will last.
Q:Do you think there is a way to mix liquid concrete and molten steel/metal to create solution that is stronger?
Mixing hot steel with liquid concrete would be very hazardous to your health. Steal in a molten state would flash the water in the concrete mix into steam and the steam would blow concrete and steel out of your mold. This would be about like being shot with a shotgun. This occurred in a steel mill near me some years ago on a rainy day when some steel splashed from a ladle and landed on a puddle of water, part of the siding was blown off the building and one worker sent to the hospital.

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