Pre-painted Galvanized Steel Coil
PPGI is made by cold rolled steel sheet and galvanized steel sheets as baseplate,
Through the surface pretreatment (degreasing, cleaning, chemical conversion
Processing), coated by the method of continuous coatings (roller coating method),
And after roasting and cooling.
1. Standard: AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS
2. Grade: DX51D+Z, DC51D, SPCC, SGCC, SGHC, CGCC,
3. Surface Treatment Coated: Galvanized, Paint sealant, Coating passivation solution
Substrate Cold rolled, Galvanized sheet
4. Color: RAL Color card
5. Coil ID: 508/610 mm
6. Coil weight: 4-10MT
7. Paint film Front side: 10~25um
Back side: 5~10um
8. Zinc layer: 40~180g per square meter
9. Thickness: 0.14~3.0mm
10. Width: 400~1500mm
11. Length: As requirement
12. Type: Steel plate, Steel Coil, Roofing metal
1. Our company produce various specification and models and national standards of galvanized steel coil
2. Using high-quality material and advanced production technology and equipment for processing
3. Applicable to a humid climate and the harsh corrosive environment
4. Products has been all over the country more than 20 provinces, municipalities and
Autonomous regions, and have been exported to Europe, North American, the Middle East,
The South East Asia, Africa, Asia, European and other countries and regions, well received by our buyer.
Color-coated Galvanized Steel Coil (PPGI/ PPGL)
JIS G3302-1998, EN10142/10137, ASTM A653
TSGCC, TDX51D / TDX52D / TS250, 280GD
For general / drawing use
0.14-2.0mm(0.16-0.8mm is the most advantage thickness))
Type of coating:
PE, SMP, PVDF
Z60-150g/m2 or AZ40-100g/m2
5 mic. Primer + 15 mc. R. M. P.
5-7 mic. EP
According to RAL standard
508mm / 610mm
Properly packed for ocean freight exportation in 20' ' containers
Industrial panels, roofing and siding for painting / automobile
FOB, CFR, CIF
20%TT in advance+80% TT or irrevocable 80%L/C at sight
Insurance is all risks
MTC 3.1 will be handed on with shipping documents
We accept SGS certificatation test
1. Is the sample available?
Yes, samples can be sent for test if you need.
- Q:Polishing stainless steel (revolver)?
- Stainless Revolver
- Q:Are a guys balls really made out of steel?
- Yes, sometimes the steel is hot, and sometimes it is cold. The important thing is that both of you know what you are talking about and focus to the specific thing. If the steel ball is hot all the times, then it is the time to pack your things and to consider to find another balls. Conclusion: your guys balls are not made of *real* steels. Hope it is helpful. PS. If you lick steels, it has metallic taste.
- Q:1 inch thick steel target good for mosin?
- Yes, most definitely. Just make sure it's full and don't have air inside lol. You can tell it's full by it being heavy. I've seen bullet tests on TV and I'm like 100% positive it's gonna withstand. But no, you can't use it as bullet-proof vest, because it's HEAVY!! You can see on Youtube. 1 inch legitimate steel would stop even a 50 cal
- Q:Steel shot?
- All buckshot I can think of at the moment is lead. Steel shot is used for waterfowl hunting because lead is illegal for that use. They don't want all that lead shot falling back in the water and causing lead contamination. There would be no reason to make steel buckshot, and it would be pretty ineffective. Steel is much less dense than lead. So a steel 00 pellet would weigh much less than a lead 00 pellet. So it would carry a lot less energy to a target. Buckshot is used for just that, Bucks. Well large game like deer, bear, and for self defense. In uses like that you need that extra energy. Lead shot is used for everything, except where lead shot is illegal, which is waterfowl hunting. Steel shot really isn't very popular anymore. Waterfowl shot just can't be lead. It doesn't have to be steel. They've come out with other stuff, like bismuth, that is a lot more dense than steel, but still not as dense as lead.
- Q:what steel is best for a survival/utility knife?
- Ok, lets define what is Damascus steel. The modern Damascus is basically any steel that shows a pattern. Patterns are accomplished by 1. manipulating the crystal structure or 2. by combining 2 or more different alloys together. The blade you are looking at is referred to as a pattern welded blade. Damascus is only as strong as it's base components + heat treat and design. The strongest will be obtained by combining high carbon and low carbon steels. I do this by using steel cable. The patterns aren't real bold but are interesting none the less. To break it you must brake the hard steel and tear through the soft iron. The laminated stuff works the same way. For greater edge holding I use all high carbon, varying alloy content from simple carbon to chromium/nickle alloys. These are what you normally find in pattern welded blades. A fine pattern that has many lamination's crossing the edge will offer the best edge holding. Properly done one can get the DCE or damascus cutting effect where the soft layers wear away faster than the hard layers almost making the blade self sharpening. Is that blade good? Buy it if you like it, it won't compare to a well made hand forged blade but is much cheaper. sorry for the overload.
- Q:difference between titanium and stainless steel?
- titanium is a light-weight silvery metallic element that is corrosion-resistant while a stainless steel is a steel containing atleast 12 % chromium and is also corrosion-resistant. both are good choices for a new exhaust.
- Q:AR-15 rounds - steel vs. brass?
- Steel is a cheaper material than brass. Simple as that. Steel is harder than brass as well so it can cause wear on the chamber and bolt at a faster rate. What some places do it's not pure steel but they mix in other softer metals to make the casing softer so it's not as much as issue as people make it out to be. People tend to dislike steel cased ammo as well due to it running dirtier and the coating on the casing gumming up the insides. But these people from my experience do not clean their guns. Ever. And then when they start to act up they wonder why.
- Q:What's the best dishwashing soap for stainless steel?
- Sorry to tell you this, but it is the quality of the stainless steel utensils. I had the same problem in the past. It pays to spend a little more when you plan to wash your silverware in the dishwasher. I did and I am very happy with the new silverware. I never changed my detergent, just a better quality silverware.
- Q:Which is stronger - sterling silver or stainless steel?
- Sterling is always best, but, in the 30's and 40's India also plated silver with brass overlay, believe it or not. They thought the look would be more attractive to tourist and more Indian traditional. Pieces marked India have been found to be 80% silver with brass overlay. Several times I have taken India marked pieces that looked brass to a metallurgist and found they are actually 80% silver with brass coatings. Like anything else, this is not always the case, either way, pieces marked and numbered will draw attention.
- Q:The effect of sodium chloride on mild steel?
- The mild steel contains a lot of Iron. The NaCl solution quickly attacks the iron content and forms rust. Over time, the solution may also cause what is called 'Chloride Cracking' of the steel. Pitting corrosion of stainless steel due to chlorides would certainly produce a rust-colored product. Passivation can be used to maintain a good corrosion resistant surface of stainless steel process vessel. There are many commercial products for this purpose. In the pharmaceutical industry, this process is often called derouging, that is to remove the buildup of iron oxides on the stainless steel process surfaces
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