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Steel Specification:

Thickness: 0.2-3.0mm

Width: 600-1500mm

Tolerance for thickness,width,flatness and so on conform to the requirements of JIS G3302 or ASTM A653M/924M

Coil ID can be either 508mm or 610mm, maximum coil OD is 2000mm

The speicfication of ASTM Such as A653m,A924 M and so on have been updated to the latest revisions

Zinc Coating Weight Symbol

AZ/Z 06

AZ/Z 08

AZ/Z 13

AZ/Z 12

AZ/Z 18

AZ/Z 20

AZ/Z 22

AZ/Z 26

AZ/Z 27

Zinc Coating Thickness (mm)

0.013

0.017

0.021

0.026

0.034

0.040

0.043

0.049

0.054

Weight g/ (both sides)

90

120

125

183

244

285

305

345

381

ASTM A 525

G-30

G-40

G-60

G-90

G-115

 

 

 

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Q:mild steel properties?
Mild steel melting point is 1350-1530°C (2462-2786°F). Stainless steel is 1510°C (2750°F)
Q:Was steel discovered after bronze?
Yes; a very long time. 1000 years (?) Or even a bit more.
Q:carbon steel?
There are many Carbon Steel manufacturers. One needs to search for the best manufacturer who has variety of Carbon Steel products in its portfolio, such as Compression Tube Fittings, Pipe Fittings, Flanges, Tubes , Pipes, Industrial Fasteners, Sheets , Plates, and Valves. Kinnari Steel Corporation is a privately held stockiest and distributors of Stainless Steel and Alloy Steel, the head office in Mumbai and subsidiary offices , Om Tubes and Fittings Arihant Tubes and Fittings in Mumbai Pune . Kinnari Steel have exported to over 45 countries including UAE, UK, Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Yemen, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Spain, Serbia, Kuwait, Peru, Nigeria, Poland, South Africa, Denmark, Turkey, Egypt, Venezuela, Kuwait, Madagascar, Angola Sri Lanka.
Q:Magnet will not stick to stainless steel?
That's interesting that it caused deflection in the compass. A lot of stainless steels may be SLIGHTLY magnetic, because they have small amounts of ferrite or alpha-iron in them. Ferrite is one of the crystal phases of steel. It has a body-centered cubic (BCC) structure and it's responsible for the magnetism of ordinary steels. Adding certain elements like nickel, manganese, or molybdenum, changes the crystal structure of the steel to a face-centered cubic (FCC) structure, which is NOT magnetic. This crystal phase is known as Austenite or gamma-iron. However most iron alloys contain some impurities that may cause the steel to be not completely transformed into the FCC austenite phase, small areas remain as ferrite.
Q:how steel structures can withstand earthquake?
Well, its not necessary how strong steel is but how buildings are designed that withstands earthquakes. Steel as a property has to elastic qualities and when earthquakes are initiated but moving of the plates, the building has to absorbed the effects of the earth movements while remain standing. This does not necessary mean that the building will be usable afterward but it has to remain standing. Now, how does a building remain standing? All building have within its design a VLLRS (vertical lateral load resisting system). This system is basically designed to resist earthquake loads as well as wind loads. In steel buildings, this system is usual made of OMF (Ordinary moment frames) or braced frames. These frames act to absorb the lateral loads and transmit them into the foundation below. If the structure was concrete, there would still be moment frames made of concrete and steel but you know that concrete has a elasticity that is less than steel. ALthough there elasticity is less, they are stiffer and concrete structure tend to resist more lateral load because of it. In concrete, we can create shear walls which are basically walls that are thick and wide to resist lateral load from earthquake and wind. Masonry has even a lesser strength than steel or concrete and wood even less than above. What makes them usful is how they are used to resist earthquake loads or lateral loads from earthquake and wind. So, to answer your question, its not nessary how strong the steel is but how the material is used to resist earthquake is what is important.
Q:Polishing stainless steel (revolver)?
I use Mothers Mag polish also. The shine you get depends on the effort.... If you buffed a mirror finish it will dull in time... More work brings it back. On a SW you won't take off enough to make any difference as far as metal holding oil. I use a little Mothers whenever I clean my stainless revolver.... Takes the carbon ring off the cylinder face... I use old cotton socks and t shirts. You could use a Dremel to work the mag wheel polish if you want a bright finish.
Q:Steel Building Erectors.....!!?
Steel building erectors play an important role as they are well versed with all the ups and downs of erecting a steel building and can prevent your construction project from unnecessary delays. There are lot of inexperienced steel building erectors in the market who can offer you their services at a much cheaper rate. Be cautious! It never works in the long run. A qualified steel building erector will always provide an initial professional insight of your project and cost effective solutions for your project.
Q:What were some steel advances in industries? 10 points!?
The single most important important advance in steel production was learning to accurately control carbon content. This was done through the Bessemer Process in which air was blown through molten iron to burn out impurities and excess carbon. Low carbon iron (wrought iron) could be easily worked into shapes. Medium carbon iron could be cast into useful and durable shapes. High carbon steel could be used for structural uses (beams and girders). Adding alloys such as nickel and silicon could produce very tough steels and steels resistant to rust. Adding vanadium to steel engine parts allowed Ford to produce finely machined engines in huge numbers with existing machinery.
Q:Are desalination plants made of steel?
If stainless steels were used they would have to be high grade, high Chromium-Nickel alloyed stainless steels. The best in the range would be the Stainless Steel 316 series with superior corrosion resistance and strength. The downside to this is the expense. Carbon steel may be used but only if reinforced with a more corrosive resistant element
Q:What is 12 gage Cold Rolled Steel?
Steel thickness is measured by gages. 16 gage is approximately 1/16th of an inch. The larger the number (say, 24), the thinner the steel. Steel is made from large metal bars (4'x12', about 8 thick) that pass through presses to get thinner and thinner. If the final stages of rolling are done with pressure and not heat, it is cold rolled. It often gets galvanized to prevent rusting. Hope this helps.

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