high quality hot rolled stainless steel plate 306

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Stainless steel plate:
1. Width: 1000mm-2600mm
2. Thickness: 0.3mm-100mm
3. Steel grade: 200/300/400/600 series                

Stainless steel plate:

Width

1000mm-2600mm

Thickness

0.3mm-100mm

Length

As your requirements

Materials

303se,304,TP304,TP304L,305,306,309S,310S,310H, TP316,TP316L,316Ti,317,317L,317Ti,321,SUS321,347,SUS347,440C,440F,C-276,Ni80Cr20,Ti,630,631,632,XM7,329JI,2205,2207,S32750,S32550,S32154,S32183, 904L,

Minimum order

1 Ton

Standards

ASTM A511 A269 A312 A213, GB/ T14976-2002 GB 13296-91

FOB  Price

the latest price

Surface

polish, primary color, matt, mirror face ,wire drawing

Productions requirement

cold drawing, cold rolling, precision rolling

Main markets

Asia, Europe, Middle-east area, Africa, South/North America

Certification

ISO

Application

chemical industry, metallurgy, construction, water conservancy


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An aircraft carrier is a pretty large hunk of metal. And it's mostly steel... at least its structure and weight bearing surfaces. As I recall, there was quite a bit of aluminum and other light stuff used for cosmetic stuff, like covering on interior bulkheads (walls). But the flight deck is about three football fields of steel... thick steel. Planes landing on an aircraft carrier don't land. They are trapped when their tail hook grabs an arresting cable, and kind of fall out of the sky. When they hit, they need something pretty substantial to break the fall. A carrier displaces an awful lot of water, but, and this is a guess, probably less than 100,000 tons... the one I was on displaced less than 80,000 tons. About 40 feet of it is underwater. Most of its crew live below or very close to the waterline. But there's enough above water to allow for the city that the carrier contains to operate pretty much like any city with a population of about 6,000. It has stores where you can buy almost anything, barbers, a hospital, dentists, doctors, fitness center, theaters, fast food places where you can have a hamburger made to order, restaurants where the food is free, a post office, gas stations, a radio studio and a television studio, newspaper, churches--a chapel as well as other places people can meet to hold religious services, even an airport. I looked at the ship's website. From what little information there is, it looks to be just a few feet larger than the old carrier I was on. If it weighs 500 tons, it has to displace 500 tons. Don't ask me how they do it... unless it was materials used during construction and removed.
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Yes you can have a steel structure building, as if it is more economical than RCC, I think it is , and it is much faster in completion than RCC, For such area steel structure is less in time than the RCC by 30% to 40%, my experience could estimate 6months to 8 months duration for steel structure
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No stainless steel, I'm afraid, but there is an aerosol spray that a lot of welders use . It's a galvanic spray compound to coat weld joints to keep from rusting. It's silver in color, and my add a little 'pop' that it seems you are looking for. Also heat tolerant, and can be re-applied. Most welding supply stores carry this item, and look to pay around $12 a can. Good luck!
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It's not really that hard. You can use your charcoal grill to do it. First build a large fire in it and then bury the steel in the coals. It'll only take about ten minuites or so for the steel to heat through. Then pick it out of the coals with tongs and drop it into a bucket of water. Repeat as desired. Eventually it'll get as brittle as glass. To fix this, you must anneal the metal. Again heat the metal in the coals, only this time let it stay there until the coals go all the way out all by themselves. Next day when all the way cool, Take it out and clean it off. Viola!, you have hardened steel.

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