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:What kind of company sells steel?
- If you are talking about raw steel materials and products I believe you are talking about a steel processor and warehouse company or a steel distributor. There are many different points along the steel manufacturing process that you could buy steel products. It would depend on various factors. Depending the amount, type, grade, gauge, properties, origin and a host of other elements you could purchase the steel in billet, plate, diamond plate, rolled sheet (cold or hot), coil, beam, stamped, pickled, scrapped, etc. You get the idea. Now I don't know where you are in the world, but you can go to one of the two sites below, which I have used for product sourcing and research before. The last one is a major manufacturer that I have actually been to. I hope this helps.
- Q:What are black steel pipes made of ?
- Black Steel or ductile steel pipes are made from scrap for the most part. Galvanized pipes are made from new raw materials and are electroplated to resist rust.
- Q:Steel and Graphite shafts?
- Actually it isnt so much whether its steel or graphite, although in the past steel was stiffer as a rule. Today many graphite shafts (depending on the shaft manufacturer) are in fact stiffer then some steel shafts. IE proforce XS vs true temper R You also have to look at the kick point in the shaft. The kick point is where the shaft bends at moment of impact. My shafts are tipped lower because I custom made them that way because I typically hit the ball low to begin with. High kick point means lower ball flight and lower means a higher flight. Also different brands have different stiffness' some regular shafts you'll find feel stiffer then other stiff shafts. the only way to tell if its the shaft is to have all the same shafts installed with the same kickpoint hope this helps
- Q:Can I put nylon strings on my steel string acoustic guitar?
- No, a steel string guitar is built and braced for the greater tension of steel strings, which means it's too heavily built to respond properly to nylon strings. It would sound awful. Besides, the slots in the nut are too narrow on a steel-string, the action is too low, and the bridge is made for ball end strings (most high quality nylon strings are plain end). And you would have to turn the narrow string posts on steel-string tuners forever to get anywhere with stretchy nylon strings.
- Q:steel or graphite?
- I use steel shaft golf clubs (mens so called clubs) I find the garphite shaft that is typically used for womens clubs is too light and I have a messy swing Callaway Big Bertha is GREAT .... very forgiving club and the oversized clubhead is great for beginners up to advanced. *****FOR MEN - STEEL******* no graphite (just the woods have graphite shafts but the irons are steel
- Q:Long term effects of steel on skin?
- Stainless steel contains both nickel and chromium. These two alloys are responsible for most of contact dermatitis in people. Some of my co-workers making steel had such bad reactions to chromium that they had to quit their jobs. Their skin was always inflamed. People don't react to finished stainless steel the same way because the alloys are bonded tightly in the heat treating process. But if you are grinding it and getting the dust on your skin, you could get a contact dermatitis if you are sensitive. I don't think it would absorb into your blood stream or do any long term damage to your skin. If you do get a reaction, you would have to cease your exposure or in a worse case scenario risk getting a body wide reaction like my coworkers. I would not worry about any exposure making rings out of stainless steel. After all, stainless steel is used in sugical implants and most people are fine.
- Q:Casting Stainless Steel?
- You have 2 options. Sand casting or investment casting. Stainless steel can be cast with either of these methods. In either case a model or pattern will have to be created. For sand casting the pattern is all that is needed to go to casting. For investment casting the pattern is used to make a wax casting, which is then coated with the investment. The wax is burned out and the metal is then poured into the cavity. If you are making just 1 or 2 pieces you can have waxes machined. This saves the intermediate step Depending on the size machining may still be your best option. Especially if you want just 1 part.
- Q:how to tell if its stainless steel?
- Stainless steel should be non-magnetic.
- Q:What's the difference between stainless steel and surgical steel...?
- Surgical stainless steel is a variation of steel usually consisting of an alloy of chromium (12–20%), molybdenum (0.2–3%), and sometimes nickel (8–12%). The chromium gives the metal its scratch-resistance and corrosion resistance. The nickel provides a smooth and polished finish. The molybdenum gives greater hardness, and helps maintaining a cutting edge. In metallurgy, stainless steel (inox) is defined as a ferrous alloy with a minimum of 10% chromium content. The name originates from the fact that stainless steel does not stain, corrode or rust as easily as ordinary steel. This material is also called corrosion resistant steel when it is not detailed exactly to its alloy type and grade, particularly in the aviation industry
- Q:About types of stainless steel for knifes.?
- Actually-good grades of stainless is superior to high carbon steels which has been proven by countless tests. Aus8 is a japanese steel from what I know, so I'm not sure what the letter and number designation means. From what I know, Aus8 has similar properties to 440B though with a carbon content of around ~.74%. This is lower content then most other blade steels meaning it has lower edge retention. The stainless steels I'd consider to be best are: Ats-34: Less corrosion resistant then 440c, but is tougher then 440c and still holds a edge quite well 440c: Probably the best all around steel on the market for its price. Highest corrosion resistance and very good edge retention. I wouldn't recommend it on choppers though, a tougher steel like the one mentioned above would probably be better for that. A/B/C indicates the carbon content going from least to greatest. 4xx indicates that its a chrome martensitic steel. 40 indicates that its a high carbon grade compared to (4)20 which has less then .5 percent. CpmS30v: Slightly lower corrosion resistance then 440c due to it not taking a mirror finish, but very high edge retention and improved toughness. Cpm indicates that it's made by compressed particle metallurgy while the v indicates that its a vanadium alloy. I'm not sure what the S30 indicates.
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