Hot-Dip Galvanized Steel/Pre-Painted Steel Coil for Sandwich Wall Thinkness 0.3mm-2mm

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0.4mm/0.45mm/0.47mm/0.5mm Pre-Painted galvanized Steel Roofing Sheet PPGI
Painting: Polyester(PE)    PVDF
Standard: ASTM, JIS,AISI, GB
Grade: SGCC.SPCC.DC51D,DC52D,DC53D
thickness: 0.2mm---1.0mm
Width: 914mm,1000mm, 1200mm, 1250mm, 1500mm or as your request
Zinc coating: 40-250g/m2 
Color: Ral code or as the client request
Packing: wooden with the waterproof paper
Delivery: 4 weeks

NAME
 

PPGI

GALVANIZED
 

GALVALUME/ALUZINC
 

CERTIFICATE

ISO9001:2008

 
 
STANDARD
 

EN10142
JIS G3302
GB/T-12754-2006

ASTM A653
JIS G3302
SGCC/SGCH
GB/T2518
European Standard

ASTM A792
JIS G3321
JIS G3317
 

 
 
 
GRADE
 
 

CGCC
CGCH
CGCD1-CGCD3
CGC340-CGC570
GRADE
 
 

SS GRADE33-80
SGCC
SGCH
SGCD1-SGCD3
SGC340-SGC570
SGCC
DX51D

GRADE33-80
SGLCC
SGLCD
SGLCDD
SGLC400-SGLC570
SZACC
SZACH
SZAC340R

MODEL NO

0.16MM-1.5MM*1250MM OR UNDER

(0.12-1.5)*1250MM OR UNDER

0.16MM-1.5MM*1250MM OR UNDER

 
 
TYPE
 
 
 

Steel coil
Steel sheets/plates
Corrugated steel sheets/plates
 

Steel coil
Steel sheets/plates
Corrugated steel sheets/plates

Steel coil
Steel sheets/plates
Corrugated steel sheets/plates
 

 
TECHNIQUE

Hot rolled-cold rolled
-galvalume /galvanized
-PPGI/PPGL

Hot rolled-cold rolled
- galvanized

Hot rolled-cold rolled
-galvalume /Aluzinc
 

SURFACE
TREATMENT

Mini/regular/big/zero spangle,
Chromate treatment /chromate-free treatment /untreated unoile/oiled,
TENSION LEVELLERT SKIN PASS anti-fingerprint/un-anti-fingerprint,
Coating,color

Mini/regular/big/zero spangle,
Chromate treatment /chromate-free treatment /untreated unoile/oiled,
TENSION LEVELLERT SKIN PASS anti-fingerprint/un-anti-fingerprint,
Coating
 

APPLICATION

Structural use ,roofing, commercial use, household appliance, industry, family

SPECIAL
APPLICATION

Wear resistant steel, high- strength - steel plate

Applications:  
Pre-painted steel metal products are used in a vast array of applications including: 
1.construction industry
2. household appliances
3.automotive
4.industrial applications
5.packaging

Hot-Dip Galvanized Steel/Pre-Painted Steel Coil for Sandwich Wall Thinkness 0.3mm-2mm

Hot-Dip Galvanized Steel/Pre-Painted Steel Coil for Sandwich Wall Thinkness 0.3mm-2mm

 

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Q:What's the difference between hot rolled coil and hot-rolled carbon thin steel coil?
The difference between hot rolled primary and hot-rolled carbon thin steel coils is that they include carbon steel rolls and low alloy steel coils.
Q:crossbow hunting with 8mm steel balls?
An 8mm steel ball fired from a 150# crossbow is probably going to damage your crossbow. Crossbows shoot arrows (or bolts), NOT ball bearings and, furthermore, a 150# crossbow needs an arrow (or bolt) of about 450 grains in order to be efficient and operate without damaging itself. A 450 grain arrow will kill small game very well and out to a range of about 30 yards. Don't wind up like the guy below... EDIT: Racing Pace Stick - I stand corrected. There are, indeed, tacticool crossbows that shoot ball bearings and they all seem to come straight from Shandong Province, China. Note that these are not implements suited to hunting. Also note that if you shoot an 8mm steel ball out of a 150# draw compound crossbow that IS suitable for hunting, you are probably going to break it.
Q:Iron heavier than steel?
Steel is iron, with other things added that strengthen it and/or make it less rust liable. So, in general, steel is stronger than iron. In so far as the density, that depends on the steel alloy. Some are higher than iron, some lower. Remember there are hundreds of different steel alloys. edit: but the density is still close to that of iron. density steel 7750 to 8050 kg/m³ density iron 7870 kg/m³
Q:Which one is bigger? Steel Force in Dorney Park or Tidal Force in Hershey Park?
steel force breaks the 200ft mark and is a steel out and back roller coaster. Tidal force is a water ride that is about 100 ft tall. If you can do Steel Force then you should be able to handle anything at Hersheypark. the on;y ride they have bigger is the Kissing Tower
Q:Are there steel bullets?
Not for small arms and not for conventional artillery. In both cases, the projectile has to engage the rifling, which requires a material soft enough to upset into the grooves yet tough enough to stand up to the friction and the pressure. Small arms projectiles, even if the core is steel, must have at least a jacket of softer material, usually a copper alloy, to engage the rifling and seal the bore. Artillery projectiles for rifled weapons use driving bands of bronze or a similar alloy for the same reason. The Germans during World War II and probably some other resource-strapped armed services have used sintered iron bullets for handgun rounds such as 9mm Luger (I have a box, but have never shot one because of their value to collectors), but sintered iron is too fragile for the higher velocities and energies of rifle rounds. Several companies do make sporting bullets entirely of copper, which is a way to solve the problem conventional bullets sometimes have with shedding the jacket on impact with a game animal. You'll also find lots of foreign military ammo with cartridge cases made of mild steel. Russian and Chinese 7.62x39 often has these steel cases. You'll find tens of thousands of them rusting on the ground at rifle ranges all over the country. The bullets have a softer jacket, usually a copper alloy. Armor-piercing ammo has a core of hardened steel, but a jacket of copper alloy.
Q:i want to see the atomic structure of carbon steel?
This is actually a quite complex question... The atomic arrangement in steels can be controlled over a pretty wide range of different structures. This is really the fundamental reason why steel is such a commonly used material. The different atomic structures produce different physical properties so metallurgists have developed many different processes to control the atomic structure to get the properties they want. One simple answer is that Fe is BCC, body centered cubic at room temperature at equilibrium conditions. When you heat Fe up, it transforms to FCC, face centered cubic. If you continue heating Fe, it goes back to BCC, then it melts. The addition of C makes these structures (and the transformation temperatures) different. Deviating from equilibrium conditions by, for example, cooling very quickly (quenching) creates different atomic structures (one of the most important is known as martensite). Depending on how much C is in the steel, you can also have two different atomic structures (two different phases) present in equilibirum, for example, pearlite which is a mix of alpha Fe (BCC) and iron carbide Fe3C (orthorombic crystal structure). So... you need to think a little more about exactly what you want a picture of. I hope this helps
Q:Does shooting steel case ammo in a AR-15 ruin/damage the gun?
Unfortunately, steel case ammo being actually harmful for your AR is a quite popular myth. Steel is less malleable than brass. When you fire a brass cartridge, the brass expands to the chamber walls and helps block any expanding cases from dirtying up your chamber. When firing steel cartridges, the steel doesn't expand as well as brass, so you probably will end up getting a little carbon residue in the chamber. This tiny amount of carbon in the chamber is enough to make extraction of brass cased ammo more difficult. When the brass expands to the dirty chamber after firing steel ammo, it conforms to the carbon residue somewhat, increasing friction. This small amount of friction is sometimes enough to make a normally okay AR malfunction when attempting to eject a fired cartridge. So to give you a short answer, use both! Just make sure to really clean out the chamber after firing steel ammo.
Q:knife made of 304 stainless steel?
Stainless Steel For Knife Making
Q:is stainless steel plated or alloyed/mixed?
stainless steel is an alloy normally iron with additions of C, Mn, Ni, Cr, and Nb - amounts added depend on properties required. Corrosion resistance is due to a very thin but dense layer of chromium oxide which forms at the surface and prevents further attack. Ordinary steel on the other hand becomes coated with a porous layer of iron oxide(rust) through which the atmosphere can pass and cause further corrosion.
Q:Why buy recycled steel?
Where you buy all your steel. The recycled and new steel are indistinguishable from each other. You won't recognize the one from the other. Same thing with glass. A certain percentage must be used glass, to enhance the quality of the total batch. Peace.

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