|Place of Origin:|
Zhejiang China (Mainland)
A1100, A1050, A1060
Ship Plate,commercial use or used in construction , roof , autocar ect.
High-strength Steel Plate
As to your request
SGCC, SGCH, SPCC, CGCC
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|Packaging Detail:||within 10-20 days after receiving deposit(or as per the order qu|
|Delivery Detail:||Standard export packing or following customer's demand|
1.our material are from big mill
2.surface and edge is glossy
3.our package is export package
Galvalume steel coil
+/- 0.01mm ,
As to client's require
ASTM, AISI, DIN, GB,JIS
SGCC,DC51D,DX51D,DX52D,,SGCD,Q195,Q235,SGHC,DX54D, S350 GD,
S450 GD,S550 GD ect.
Steel coil, steel sheets/ plates, corrugated steel sheets/plates
Hot rolled, cold rolled, galvalume / Alu-zinc
Chromed with passivation / environmental chromed
Oiled/slightly oiled/ dry/ anti-fingerprint / skinpassed
Steel for Cold Forming and Deep Drawing Application
CS type B,type C
Yield Strength (MPa)
Tensile Strength (MPa)
Elongation% No Less Than
1. Architecture Roofs and outside walls of civilian and industrial buildings, garage doors, fencings and window blinds
2. Appliances Industry Outer clad sheets for washing machine, refrigerator, television, air conditioner and ventilation system, explosion-proof strip, solar water heater and appliance parts
3. Auto Industry Muffler, heat shields of exhaust pipe and catalytic converter, auto parts & accessories under the frame, signboard in highway
4. Industrial Instruments Electric control cabinet, industrial refrigeration equipment, automatic vending machine
3.Payment:30% deposite, 70% in L/C before delivery.
4.We can guarantee 100% inspeciton before the shipment
5.We can 100% supply MTC.
- Q:What is the material of steel coil 08F and what brand can be used instead?
- The high quality carbon structural steel, carbon steel, steel commonly referred to as. Steel for the manufacture of parts for various machines.1.08 and 08F steel is used for rolling thin plates, deep drawing products, oil drums and high-grade enamel products. It can also be used for the manufacture of pipes, gaskets and core parts with low strength requirements, carburizing and cyaniding parts, welding electrodes and so on.2.10 and 10F steel, use cold pressing deep drawing products below 4mm, such as deep drawing vessel and shell. It can also make boiler tubes, oil drum covers and steel strips, steel wires, welding pieces and mechanical parts.3.15 and 15F steel are used to make carburizing parts, fastening parts, die forging parts and low load parts without heat treatment, such as bolts, screws, flanges and storage tanks for chemical machinery, steam boilers, etc..
- Q:Pros and cons of stainless steel firearms?
- stainless steel is a alloyed steel that resist rust and corrosion. show it enough salt (sea spray or sweat) and it will pit Stainless steel goes all the way through ...it's not a coating like nickle-plate. the inside of a stainless barrel is stainless and they hold up just as well as carbon steel barrels. Extra money? Stainless is pretty popular in new production and the price is not that much different than comparable guns in blue. Oil OK... they do hold up better to salt and sweat than bluing...and there is not coating or plating that can wear off. Down side... the reflect light. Some can be a bit to shiny for some situations.
- Q:whats the average price of wide flange steel W10x30?
- The price of steel is increasing daily, so an exact answer is rough. A W10x30 is a fairly common shape and shouldn't be too hard to find. For a very rough ballpark number, say $700/ton (installed price), the piece you require should be in the range of about $250.00 or less as I assume you'll be doing the installing. Please don't take this as the gospel, however. Price varies on location, stock, and availability. Open the phone book and contact your local steel supplier. Because the piece you require is fairly short, you might get lucky and find someone who has a waste piece that length that they will give you a good deal on. --------------------------------------... I just checked the AISC web site to verify the number I quoted above and they posted an article stating that the average mill price had just increased to over $1000/ton in May. The best advice I can provide at this point is to buy the W10 now and don't wait any longer.
- Q:What is a Steel Dresser?
- I'm not sure, but it could be like and engineer working in steel design or steel polisher. I checked Wikipedia and Yahoo but found nothing. It may be a description of something only in Scotland. Sorry
- Q:Steel or Nylon guitar?
- You should start with a steel string guitar. Guitars with nylon strings are classical guitars and are used primarily for classical music, which is why you so rarely see a pop singer playing one. Don't worry about your fingers; they will hurt a little for the first week or two whether you have steel or nylon strings and then that will go away forever. You might want to consider using light gauge steel strings (or even extra light gauge) at first to make fretting easier. Good luck.
- Q:How can the outer diameter and weight of steel coil be converted?
- When it comes to this question, in fact, a lot of them are irrelevant. The weight of the steel rolls means that there is a unit weight called the weight of each mm in the width of the steel coil
- Q:Titanium or Tool Steel?
- I would have to say titanium , but in doing so I am having to assume you have access to some very serious machinery.This is because Ti is extremely difficult to work and also work hardens, which could lead to cracking and failure.The other problem is that Ti is also very hard to weld .It seems tool steel is the choice for ease of working and weldability, so unless you can buy the bits you need precut or made then I'd say tool steel,preferably something along the lines of ramax.Your other option is spring steel as this is workable and gets hardened after shaping.
- Q:knife made of 304 stainless steel?
- Stainless Steel For Knife Making
- Q:What is the Rockwell (HRC) Indentation Hardness of Steel?
- There is no average, it depends on the type of steel (hundreds) and the (heat/surface) treatment (infinite possibilities). The Rockwell hardness range covers a large scale so for any given range there is a suffix (C is used for most steel) to denote the selected range. The number is a dimensionless constant that correlates to the strength of the material. Materials can also be surface (case) hardened and then the bulk material will be soft and the surface will be hard, this is typical for items like gears and cams that have rolling wear but are not very heavily stressed to require bulk hardness. Most steel that is hardened is first machined to size and then hardened. If more accuracy is required, they are machined to just over net size, hardened and then ground to the final size as the heat treatment can change the size and shape a little as stresses are released. Some examples: Very hard steel (e.g. a higher quality knife blade): HRC 55–66 Axes, chisels, etc.: HRC 40–45 4140 Cr Mb Steel HRC 28 - 36 , bulk hardened to HRC 54, Nitride case hardened to HRC 60 P20 tool steel can be bulk hardened to over HRC 55 and then tempered down from HRC 51 to 28
- Q:grain growth in steel?
- There is such a thing as critical strain which will lead to extraordinary grain growth on annealing;but not without annealing.It would be to do with the density of grain growing sources and clearly the density of these nuclei woul increase with increasing severity of strain so I just of a guess that that those parts of a pressing with least strain might grow most.But I must tell you that in the case of Aluminium alloy extrusions severe and expensive coarse grain occurs near the surface and particularly toward the back end of the bar;so this would be where most severe deformation takes place.However in a pressed steel part you have all possible circumstances,some of which on ironed walls will resemble extrusion,others would be bending strains,tensile and compressive .I have to cop out of this now because as old wasname above,said it depends.But bear in mind that it is unlikely that the material you mention would be hot pressed,further .coarse grain might only be a surface problem and is likely to be cured by normalising so that new ferrite grows from austenite.A similar solution does't exisat for Al alloy extrusions,it has to be machined off.In a cold steel pressig you would only expect to see a cold worked sructure because the recrystallisation temperature of pressable steel would not be less than,say 550 degrees C .
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