HOT-DIP GALVANISED STEEL IN COIL -STOCK

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HOT-DIP GALVANISED STEEL IN COIL
STANDARD:JIS G 3302, SGCC
ZINC COATING: 80g/m2
SURFACE: REGULAR SPANGLE, CHROMATED, DRY                                    
COIL ID:508mm
COIL WEIGHT: 3-6 tons

THICKNESS:0.2MM-1.2MM

WIDTH:800MM-1250MM

TOLERANCE:WIDTH 0,+3 MM,THICKNESS:+/-0.02MM,ZINC COATING:+/-15G/M2. AS PER STANDARD JISG3302, SGCC.

PRODCUTION TIME:WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER RECEIPT DOWN PAYMENT.

PAYMENT TERM:20%TT,80%BL COPY/ 100% IRREVOCABLE LC AT SIGHT.

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Q:Science help!?! steel wool experiment?
How to make it rust faster ? Adding oxygen to the water - bubbling air through it. Raising the temperature should make the reaction go faster, but I believe it also reduces the amount of dissolved gas. Adding salt, or an ionic compound like an acid, will accelerate electrochemical corrosion. That usually requires a less active metal, like copper, in contact with the steel, but variations in the composition of the steel may be sufficient to promote corrosion.
Q:What are the characteristics of hot-rolled steel coils and cold rolled steel coils? What loading and unloading tools should be used? What items should be paid attention to?
Steel is usually stable in performance. One thing is that the environment should be dry, not rain, because the damp environment is easy to rust. As long as it's in a dry room, it's basically no problem.
Q:How strong is 440 steel on a katana?
You were seriously ripped off. I own a 440 stainless sword that I paid $29 for on eBay. It ain't a half bad sword actually, and like you said, I have never failed to cut straw mats with it. The 440 stainless is about as good as you can get without paying for a folded steel katana. However, I also own a Bugei company folded steel katana and the difference is night and day. The balance is better, the edge is incredible (you could literally shave with it) and there's just something....ELSE. There's a different FEEL. It's like the difference between using a tool and a weapon. As far as the shingami, again, you were ripped off. You can buy a traditional shingami from eBay and actually get it from a reputable company and not take your chances with the stuff you find at a mall. Even then, you will only pay maybe $50-$75 for a good set including shipping. Generally speaking, nothing you get from a mall or COULD get from a mall will be as good as something from a reputable company like Bugei. However, like in the case of your katana, some things might be good ENOUGH for you. However, you do need to look around and do some price checking before you drop that much money for anything. Hope this helps... Sensei Cox
Q:WHAT IS CR-NI STEEL ?
chromium nickle steel aka stainless steel exact amount of chrome and nickle will determine type/grade numbers Check the google for steel type/grade Never head of aircraft grade, however,, there is marine grade - normally baltic birch with waterproof glue and no defects i.e. knots, etc. Very strong (also quite expensive) but worth it for the correct applications
Q:which companies are first hand's sellers of the steel, in the world?
Here are the top 30 steel producing companies in the world, listed by the megaton output: 1. 63.0 Mton Mittal Steel Company NV (Global) [2] 2. 46.7 Mton Arcelor (Europe) [3] 3. 32.0 Mton Nippon Steel (Japan) [4] 4. 30.5 Mton POSCO (South Korea) [5] 5. 29.9 Mton JFE (Japan) [6] 6. 23.8 Mton Shanghai Baosteel Group Corporation (China) 7. 19.3 Mton United States Steel Corporation (United States) 8. 18.4 Mton Nucor Corporation (United States) 9. 18.2 Mton Corus Group (Europe) [7] 10. 17.5 Mton Riva Group (Europe) [8] 11. 16.5 Mton ThyssenKrupp (Europe) [9] 12. 16.1 Mton Tangshan (China) 13. 13.9 Mton EvrazHolding (Russia) 14. 13.7 Mton Gerdau (Brazil) 15. 13.6 Mton Severstal (Russia) 16. 13.5 Mton Sumitomo Metal Industries (Japan) 17. 13.4 Mton SAIL (India) 18. 12.0 Mton Wuhan Iron and Steel (China) 19. 11.9 Mton Anshan (China) 20. 11.4 Mton Magnitogorsk (Russia) 21. 10.5 Mton Jiangsu Shagang (China) 22. 10.5 Mton Shougang (China) 23. 10.4 Mton Jinan (China) 24. 10.3 Mton Laiwu (China) 25. 10.3 Mton China Steel (Taiwan) [10] 26. 9.6 Mton Maanshan 27. 9.4 Mton Imidro 28. 8.7 Mton Techint 29. 8.7 Mton Usiminas (Brazil) 30. 8.5 Mton Novolipetsk (Russia)
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Q:Components of Steel?
mainly steel made of Iron and carbon and treated in a proper process to become hard you can add some kind of other elements to get your desired proparty as Chromium,, nickle.. Cupper,, Berelyium,, Vanadium
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Q:shinning ammo with steel wool?
You could, but if you have access to a vibrating case tumbler, it would work much better. I just tumbled a batch of 1,000 of tarnished and dirty Romanian 7.62X25 and it now looks like brand new commercial ammo.
Q:When does steel start to Warp?
Steel will only warp due to temperature under two conditions: 1. It is not heated evenly - in this case, the hotter parts will expand more than the cooler parts. 2. There are internal stresses in the steel (often from welding or cold-working - as an example, an I-beam or C-channel is usually hot worked, but some cold work can happen, so they can sometimes warp if you heat them ). This means that the steel won't warp due to temp if it's not 1 or 2. However, it could soften and fail if it has a load on it. As for softening, it really depends on what steel alloy you're looking at. Some steels (mainly the expensive alloys) don't really change until above 400 C (750 F), but mild steel really starts to weaken around 150-200 C (300-400 F) Rajashekhar has a point when it comes to forging. Steel isn't really soft enough to forge properly until above 1000C (1830 F), but if you're worried about using steel in a higher temp situation (like around a blast furnace or industrial oven), then make sure you choose a steel that has been rated to work at that temp.

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