Model NO.:SGCC, DX51D
Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, DIN
Packing:Stanadrd Sea Worth
Production Capacity:4000 Tons/Month
Cold rolled steel coil/ band / strip / strap/ tape
Standard GB ASTM BS JIS DIN
Material Q195 Q235 Q345 SS400 ST 37 SAE1008 A36
Size: 0.11mm - 3.0mm
Width as your requirement from 10mm-1500mm
Package: Stanadrd sea worth or as your requirement
Coil weight: As your requirement from 50-7000kg
Quality warranty: Any third party inspection is accepted.
Quality Certificate: MTC Mill orioginal and others as your requirement.
Galvanized Steel Coils
ASTM, AISI, GB, JIS, DIN
Q195-Q345, SGCC, SPCC, SPHC, DC51D, DX51D, DX52D, SS grade 33-80, DX 54D
Big Spangle, Small Spangle, Regular Spangle, Zero Spangle
Seaworthy standard packaging or as customed
10-20 days after receiving the prepayment
- Q:Buoyancy question. Why does a steel nail sinks but a steel ship floats.?
- Its all about dispersing.weigh and mass. Over a larger area .And the surface tention of the water.A piece of glass will float as long as the water is calm. and doesn't break over the edge of the glass. I don't remember the formula. been away from school to long.
- Q:silver soldering stainless steel?
- You can buy it on Ebay . The flux cleans the surface so the solder will stick . Check with a welding supply to see if this process will work on stainless.
- Q:Which one steel or metal?
- hi Asking this question in engineering category would give you the following answer steel is a subcategory of metals moreover steel is iron with some other additions( mainly carbon) strong in the engineering sense is not a specific word..i mean we , in engineering, have many scales to categorize metals ( which include steel)..like hardness,corrosion,elasticity, and even heat conductivity...every metal could be strong in some and weak in other but i can understand that you are not an engineering type :) that's why here's a special answer for you steel usually has the silver shiny color ( i am not sure all grades of steel have this color)...it would be more EPIC to use steel bow and arrows... if it's a fictitious books...you can just use Iron or any name you can made up... You can search....how did the ancients make their bows and arrows? thanks :)
- Q:Steel I-beam for header?
- Probably the reason some contractors don't like this idea is that your new built-up beam, being only 6 tall, is not going to allow the joists above to attach effectively. The triple microlam with steel plates is sooooooo overkill in strength, but doesn't have the height to allow the floor joists to proberly attach. Your span is not so great that a built-up beam wouldn't work great. Assuming that your second floor joists are 2 x 10, I would use 2- 2 x 10 with 1/2 plywood sandwiched between. This is all that you really need.
- Q:Whats the differene between steel and stainless steel ?
- from wikipedia: In metallurgy, stainless steel, also known as inox steel or inox from French inoxydable, is defined as a steel alloy with a minimum of 10.5% to 11% chromium content by mass. Stainless steel does not corrode, rust or stain with water as ordinary steel does, but despite the name it is not fully stain-proof, most notably under low oxygen, high salinity, or poor circulation environments. It is also called corrosion-resistant steel or CRES when the alloy type and grade are not detailed, particularly in the aviation industry. There are different grades and surface finishes of stainless steel to suit the environment the alloy must endure. Stainless steel is used where both the properties of steel and resistance to corrosion are required. Stainless steel differs from carbon steel by the amount of chromium present. Unprotected carbon steel rusts readily when exposed to air and moisture. This iron oxide film (the rust) is active and accelerates corrosion by forming more iron oxide, and due to the dissimilar size of the iron and iron oxide molecules (iron oxide is larger) these tend to flake and fall away. Stainless steels contain sufficient chromium to form a passive film of chromium oxide, which prevents further surface corrosion and blocks corrosion from spreading into the metal's internal structure, and due to the similar size of the steel and oxide molecules they bond very strongly and remain attached to the surface.
- Q:Steel Cut Oatmeal vs Old Fashioned?
- Steel Cut Oats Steel-cut oats are whole oat kernels cut into small chunks rather than being smashed flat as in oatmeal. This gives the oats more of a chew texture and also slows both cooking time and digestion time. That means that they have a lower glycemic index and are thus preferable for increasing satiety, lowering the insulin response to the meal, and keeping blood sugar levels from peaking. This also results in delaying hunger so a person is less likely to snack or get overly hungry before the next meal. Here is how I like to cook oats for breakfast. Ingredients 1/2 cup Dry steel cut oats 1 cup Water (You may want a little more than a cup, experiment to your liking) 2 T Raisins (optional or replace with chopped dried apricots etc.) 2 T Ground flax meal (optional, but high in healthy n-3 fatty acids and fiber) Salt to your taste (try Lite salt to lower sodium intake) 2T Sunflower seeds or almonds 1 cup Fresh berries or a banana Directions Heat water to a boil. While water is heating, add the salt, raisins, and flax meal. When the water boils, add the steel cut oats. Stir once. Turn heat down to simmer and cook covered for 7-8 minutes. Provides two small servings. Double for large servings or small servings for 4 people. Serve and eat while hot. Add soy milk or low fat milk. Slice fresh fruit on top to add extra flavor. My wife likes banana slices. I like fresh berries, peaches, or sugar free applesauce. For extra crunch sprinkle almonds or sunflower seeds on top.
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- Q:Stainless steel can be used to do??
- Stainless steel can be used to (1) industrial use stainless steel (2) building decoration use stainless steel;(3) medical equipment (4) life with stainless steel tableware and the Jawaysteel is a great Chinese company, offer various kinds of stainless steel Maybe you can to their advice
- Q:how strong is carbon steel?
- You need to be very careful when selecting a sword. Most f the sellers are lying about their swords. If we were talking about tow 400 year old swords you could bet that the folded steel blade would be the better. Today many rip-off sellers put that in the advertisement to get people that don;t know any better to buy their sword. Many new swords that are not folded are as good or better then folded. your best bet is to buy only from a reputable seller. There are two I know sell good swords Bugei Trading and Cheness. I like cheness because the swords are reasonable in price and very well made. Expect to spend at least $220 to get anything worth buying. Cheness has a line of swords Katana that are made of spring steel. Note: carbon steel varies greatly depending on the exact steel used, it carbon content (how much carbon), and how the sword is made and tempered. Many of the rip-off swords are made of carbon steel, just low quality steel and bad workmanship. ...
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