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:how is stainless steel produced?
- There are different recipes, and different types of steel are made for different purposes. They all share high temperatures, which allows extra carbon to bind with the iron. This is the main thing that makes steel stainless, or rustproof. Other metals such as chromium, molybdenum, magnesium etc. are often added to increase tensile (twisting) strength, flexibility, etc.
- Q:mild steel properties?
- Mild steel melting point is 1350-1530°C (2462-2786°F). Stainless steel is 1510°C (2750°F)
- Q:Is carbon steel a type of alloy?
- Carbon steels are alloys. This is evident in the carbon-iron phase diagram:
- Q:making holes is iron and steel?
- If a drill bit will not do the job, you will have to go to something like EDM. But that is a lot of trouble, ask a machinist first.
- Q:Steel guitar information for a beginner?
- Hello okorder.com/ I'm not familiar with the brand...it's certainly not commonly played....but it has the features you need for a starter guitar.
- Q:What is the weight of a molecule of steel?
- Steel is an alloy consisting mostly of iron with a little Carbon thrown in. Steel is not a molecule, therefore, it does not have a molecular weight. Steel contains atoms of iron and carbon in a crystal lattice, along with various other alloying elements such as manganese, chromium, vanadium, and tungsten.
- Q:Any ideals for makeshift steel boning?
- Don't try it. For two main reasons: 1. Corset boning is not just strips of flat steel; it is made from coiled high tension spring steel with clever metal ends to prevent tearing any fabric that comes into contact. You could try strips of hard wood such as teak, ash, oak. The risk is that the st rips will break when they bend around your corseted figure. Then they'll be dangerous and could puncture your skin. 2. Corset bones are there in the corset to support the fabric; not to exert any pressure on you for figure reduction. It is the cut of the fabric that produces the shape, but bones stop the fabric from crinkling, or gathering into your waist as the tension is applied. That is why commercial bones are specially made to be fairly lightweight, flexible in the right directions for your figure, and will not rust or otherwise deteriorate with wear or careful cleaning. So go for easiest you can get from the Net. That's my advice. OK?
- Q:Best Steel Road bike?
- Giant brand road bikes
- Q:Steel shafted woods vs Graphite woods?
- Steel shafts will provide more accuracy, but they are much heavier than graphite (obviously). They have extremely low torque ratios which allows them to be more accurate. However, you need to have a very fast, controlled swing to be successful with steel shafted woods. Notice that only a few PGA Tour pros have them.
- Q:Should I keep my steel cents as an investment?
- The steel in steel cents is the same as the steel in soup cans you throw out all the time. There is no sense in holding steel cents for their value as scrap. There are way too many steel cents around for them to ever have much numismatic value.
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