Basic description Info.
Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, AISI, DIN, BS
Coil Weight:3-8 Tons
Feedback:Within 24 Hours
Film:PE or PVC
Packing:Export Standard Package or as Request
Standard:AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS
Production Capacity:150, 000tons/Year
3.Length:According to client's demands
4.Top paint: 15 to 25 um (5 um + 12-20 um)
Back paint: 7 +/- 2 um
5.Gloss:Normal or High gloss
9.Coil weight:3-8 tons
13.Package:Export standard package or as request
16.Grade:JIS G3322,CGLCC,ASTM A755,CS-B
|Name||Hot Dipped Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil|
|Resin constructure |
Technique of production
|Double painting and double baking process|
|Coil Weight||2-7 Tons|
|Inside Diameter||508mm Or 610mm|
|Painting||Top: 15 to 25 um (5 um + 12-20 um) back: 7 +/- 2 um |
|Standard||JIS G3322 CGLCC ASTM A755 CS-B|
|SurfSurface coating |
coloace coating type
|PE, SMP, HDP, PVDF|
|Back side coatingcolor||Light grey, white and so on |
|Application ||PPGI is featured with light-weight, good looking and |
anticorrosion. It can be processed directly, mainly used for construction industry,
home electronic apparatus industry,
electronic apparatus industry, furniture industry and transportation.
- Q:stainless steel refrigerator that doesn't leave fingerprints?
- Stainless Look vs Stainless in refrigerators usually refers to true Stainless Steel versus Satina. There's pluses and minuses both ways actually. With true Stainless, you have the exact match to the rest of the kitchen (because Satina is only used on refrigeration), but it is more prone to fingerprints, and is not magnetic. The Satina finish has a good look when not directly near a Stainless appliance, and does not show fingerprints and will accept magnets, but is not an exact match to stainless. My usual recommendation is that if you have a kitchen full of Stainless products, stick with the true Stainless Steel. If the refrigerator is more isolated, or is the only thing you want to have a Stainless look, you may want to consider Satina. If you put a lot of magnets on the refrigerator, I'd also recommend to go Satina. And since you don't want fingerprints, the Satina steel might come to your liking.
- Q:Are a guys balls really made out of steel?
- Easy to test. Put a magnet near them. If they attract, then they're made of steel. I'd be willing to bet I'd know what will happen, though! I know you can get metal hip replacements but .........
- Q:How does the reactivity of iron compare to steel?
- Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon and optionally one or more of numerous other materials. Copper is normally not used, except sometimes in small percentages. Steel is never yellow or orange in color. Reactivity of steel depends on the materials it is alloyed with. Chromium and nickel with steel make stainless steel, which is much less prone to reactive than iron. .
- Q:Question about the strength of steel..?
- The term tensile capability refers back to the quantity of tensile (stretching) tension a fabric can stand up to till now breaking or failing. the main suitable tensile capability of a fabric is calculated by technique of dividing the element of the fabric examined (the go section) by technique of the rigidity located on the fabric, regularly expressed in terms of pounds or plenty in step with sq. inch of fabric. Tensile capability is an significant degree of a fabric's means to accomplish in an utility, and the size is broadly used whilst describing the residences of metals and alloys.
- Q:How Do I Harden 12L14 Steel?
- Hardening steel is done by quenching. Quenching is accomplished by heating the element and then rapidly cooling it. In metallurgy, it is most commonly used to harden steel by introducing martensite, in which case the steel must be rapidly cooled through its eutectoid point. For 12L14 steel, the eutectoid point is approximately 2800 degrees F. Unfortunately, a propane torch has the capacity to reach tempuratures up to 1995 degrees... 12L14 is rather difficult to harden even with the correct tools. Good luck!
- Q:Stainless steel versus plastic bowls?
- Well, I know the water at this restaurants where they use metal pitchers taste a bit off to me. There's nothing wrong with the water, but I think the metal pitcher throws off the flavor. Could be the same with the metal bowl and the dog. Plastic is only a problem at hiding bacteria if it gets scratched up badly (which isn't as likely to happen with water as long as the dog doesn't chew it. You can also put the plastic crock bowls on the top shelf of a dishwasher for cleaning as the heat kills most germs.
- Q:Aluminized Steel same with Stainless Steel 409 & 430?
- Alloy steel is a stainless steel. The differences between the two are the composition of the metal. Alloy steel is steel with usually less than 5% of other elements, like molybdenum, copper, chrome while stainless steel is a steel with at least 10-11% of chromium.
- Q:what kind of steel is my kabar made of?
- 1095 Steel - Easy to sharpen, plain carbon steel used in knife making. Proven to be one of the most popular steels used in KA-BAR knives. Right from the OEM site. Worked for a company that started in 1859 as a safe manufacturer. The steel recipes have not changed much from WWII (when Elliot Ness was running the company) to now. Doubt the KA-BAR recipes has changed either.
- Q:Question about the strength if steel?
- There are many types of steel some very rigid, while you can have steel that is very flexible. The type of katana: steel is for Samurai swords
- Q:What kind of chemistry do stainless steel golf clubs have?
- Stainless steel is a mixture of metals, each metal is included in order to make up for each others weaknesses. Each metal is included due to a property that is benificial in some way, for instance Chromium is included because it makes the stainless steel 'stainless'. In chemistry a mixture of metals, stainless steel, is called an alloy.
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