Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil Used for Industry with Our High Service and Quality

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Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil Used for Industry


1.Structure of Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil Description


Hot-dip aluzinc steel sheet is substrated on cold rolled steel in various strength and specification. Coating composition is 55% aluminmum in weight ratio, 43.4% zinc, and 1.5% silicon, with excellent and heat resistance performance.

With excellent cold bending molded manufacturablity, good decoration effect, strong anti-corrosion ability, galvanized steel coils and sheets are also pollution-free and easily recycled. Accordingly, they can be used as final products and basic plates of color coated steel coils.

2.Main Features of the Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil

•High Purity

•Easy control and operation 
•High strength

•Fast melting

•Competitive price

•Best Service


3. Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil Images

Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil Used for Industry with Our High Service and Quality

Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil Used for Industry with Our High Service and Quality

Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil Used for Industry with Our High Service and Quality

4. Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil Specification


Hot-Dip   Aluzinc Steel Coil




1250mm   max

Coating   mass



Regular/Minimized/Zero   Spangle

Coil   inner diameter 


Surface   treatment

Chromated/non   chromated, Oiled/non oiled, Anti finger print


5.FAQ of Hot-Dip Aluzinc Steel Coil

We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely


How about your company

A world class manufacturer & supplier of castings forging in carbon steel and alloy steelis one of the large-scale professional investment casting production bases in China,consisting of both casting foundry forging and machining factory. .


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We resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.


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In the purchase of product within three working days, We will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The pecific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers.Commonly 7 to 10 working days can be served.


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Q:WHY Is diamond stronger than steel?
Q:Strength of aluminum/steel i-beams?
Yes-- just make sure that your connection to the beam is secure. Since you call it an I beam -- I assume that it is steel. Don't do any drilling -- use two heavy duty c-clamps to hang your bar from.
Q:Pre Fabricated Steel Buildings?
Q:Finger picking on Steel acoustic guitar?
First In truth their are many, many players who finger pick acoustic guitars, once you get the hang of the various picking patterns it's not extremely difficult to do. There aren't really any specific strings that are required to finger pick. It will mostly come down to the players preference and the type of music they are doing. It is actually more difficult to finger pick an electric guitar since you have less room between the strings and the pickup so you will find that a lot of times you will hit the pickup with the metal finger pick which can be a bit disturbing but practice helps. Pat SImmons of the Doobie Brothers uses finger picks on a Gibson ES335 all the time.
Q:AK47 firing through steel?
A very thin layer of steel. I've fired the AK47 at tanks, ofcourse that wouldn't penetrate but it's not going to penetrate anything crazy. It is a strong Assault Rifle don't get me wrong.
Q:Are steel strings bad/hard for a beginner?
Steel strings are fine for a beginner. I learned to play on Steel strings and I have always preferred them to nylon strings.
Q:Why should you heat thicker steel before welding?
For most mild steel, it is not necessary to preheat the steel, even in thick sections. Preheating, as well as maintaining interpass temperatures is sometime used when welding high-strength or high-performance steels. This reduces the likelihood of weld cracks. Mild steel is ductile enough that weld cracks aren't usually a problem. Preheating reduces the speed at which the weld cools and solidifies. in high-strength steels, this produces a more ductile microstructure in the weld and heat affected zone, thus reducing the possibility of hot and cold cracks. This also may improve some of the mechanical properties of the H.A.Z., such as impact toughness. The slower cooling rate allows more time for hydrogen to diffuse out of the weld, reducing the potential for hydrogen embrittlement. Hydrogen is produced when water vapor reacts with the steel at high temperatures, producing iron oxide and hydrogen gas. Some steels can be damaged by even relatively small amounts of hydrogen. Electrodes used in flux core arc welding and in shielded metal arc welding often contain fluxes which tend to absorb moisture from the air. Also, rust and mill scale contain water molecules which are chemically bound to the iron atoms. Note that hydrogen embrittlement is generally not an issue with mild steel, due to it's low carbon and alloy content. Preheating also reduces shrinkage stresses, due to the slower cooling rate. This is beneficial in parts which are heavily restrained, or where distortion is a particular concern.
Q:How can I tell the difference between different knife steels?
So what does all that mean in the real world of knives. 420 has very low carbon by blade standards, as such it is just junk steel. There are three grades of 440, A, B and C. The amount of carbon in A is about half of what C has. (carbon is what makes steel get hard). Iron is very much like a sponge in that it can absorb and hold different alloys. These alloys give the iron different attributes, and they can magnify each other. Like a sponge iron can only hold so much, for Chromium it is around 13%. At that point the steel becomes stainless. The drawback is a loss of strength. As a bladesmith my knives are generally 59 to 60 rch, 420 and 440 at its hardest is 59 but at that it is brittle so most makers draw it down to around 57. In my test a knife made of 420 couldn't make 5 slicing cuts through rope (most couldn't make one). 440 averaged between 5 and 10. Compared to the lowest grade of carbon steel I use (5160) which average between 25 to 30 on the same rope. I have tested many stainless blades and the rule always the same, the more chromium past 13% the weaker the blade and the less edge holding ability.
Q:steel plow?
If you're willing to substitute the word iron for steel (steel came a good bit later in history), the Girard plow from the 1300's in Belgium would be the first example known. It's named after the guy who invented it (Girard). How did it work? Like any other plow! You drag it along and it makes a trench of sorts in the ground! It was used for agricultural purposes. As for how it was produced, you need to look up the history of the Iron Age to understand how they started to use iron back in about 1200BC to make tools.
Q:Fallout 3 broken steel question?
If I can remember right (SPOILER) you have to beat the game and instead of dying you just pass out and wake up with the brother hood of steel.

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