Hot Dipped Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil /PPGI for Roof Sheet

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CNBM Steel Plate Co., Ltd.  is a large-scale private enterprise, specialized in producing and selling colored steel coils,PPGI, PPGI for Roof and Clad ,PPGL,GL and GI. We have our own R & D group.

Product Description

NAME: Competitive PPGI for Roof and Clad
SIZE:
Thickness: 0.12-1.5mm
Width: 600mm,750mm,762mm,900mm,914mm,940mm,1000mm,1050mm, 1090mm,1100mm,1200mm, 1219mm, 1250mm,1250mm
Length: According to the customer's request
Hardness:Soft( around HRB 65) ,full hard (HRB90-95)
Strength of Extension: more than 300Mpa
Yield Strength:370-380Mpa

Thickness tolerance: +/-0.02 mm(0.01 as you requested)
Width tolerance:+/ -2.0mm

ZINC, PAINT  & COLOR:
Zinc coating: 30-275G/M2
Paint thickness: Top 15-25um + Back 8-10um
Paint:  Epoxy Polyester, silicon modified polyesters, polyvinylidene fluoride, high-durability polyester
Color: As the RAL color standard or customer's sample

PACKING: 
Coil weight: 3-5tons
ID: 508mm\610mm
Standard sea worthy package

STANDARD:
JIS G3302-1998/EN10142/ASTM A653/ASTM A792/ AISI/BS/ DIN/GB 
Base mental:  Hot galvanized steel,SGCC,SPCC,SPHC, DX51D+Z, Q195,etc 

Quality: CQ,DQ,DX51D
Lifespan: 10-15 years
APPLICATION:

it is ideal for a wide range of applications,, such as pre-engineered buildings, architectural panels, roofing, siding, cladding, and many other building components.and also used back plate of appliance; wide range of construction, furniture industry, transportation industry, etc.
 

 Hot Dipped Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil /PPGI for Roof Sheet

 

Base mental

hot galvanized steel

Thickness

0.12-1.5mm

Width

600-1500mm

Coil Weight

3-5ton

Quality:

DX51D DQ CQ

Color

all RAL colors or as per customers' sample

Zinc-coating

30g/m2-275g/m2

Coil ID

508mm-610mm

Packing

standard seaworthy   package

Technique

cold rolled, hot-dipped galvanizing, color coated

Painting

Top and bottom: 20mic+5mic RMP
Back: 8mic-10mic

Tolerance

Thickness: +/-0.02mm
Width: +/-2mm

Description

Pre-painted Steel Coil uses hot galvanized steel as its basic material, factory adopts advanced equipment to degrease, rinse, transform the galvanized steel, then make primary and refined lavation to the steel coils.

application

They are mainly applied for steel structure buildings, household appliance, furniture, transportation and other industries

feature

Pre-painted Steel Coils have excellent performance of decoration, corrosion resistance etc.

The special order can be negotiated

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Q:Stainless steel pots?
The difference in stainless steel cookware is the amount of different metals used when making them. 18-10 is the best combination. I have Tramontina SS pots and pans and love them. Nice heavy bottoms that evenly heat. Getting used to cooking with stainless is a bit difficult. You need to start with high heat and then turn it down when you add ingredients. This assists in food not sticking.
Q:Why aren't bullets made of steel?
The bullet needs to be a bit malleable to conform to the grooves in the barrel. In an American .30 gun a .308 bullet is forced out of the gun it has to conform to the .30 bore and .308 grooves to form a tight seal. That's why lead and copper are the primary materials of the bullet. A steel bullet in a steel bore would potentially produce a pipe bomb or at least do significant damage to the bore. Also, the weight of bullets are optimized for their application with the current materials. There is no need or desire to reduce the mass of the bullet. Simply reducing mass for increased velocity can effect the terminal ballistics in all kinds of ways, but you cannot assume that damage will be higher for a variety of reasons. If nothing else the fact that the military has INCREASED the 5.56x45mm from 55gr to 62gr should be enough to doubt your claim. Also steel is about 70% the density of lead, so there would not be a major savings in mass, but aluminum is only 25% the density and it is much closer to the hardness of lead. If you really wanted a light bullet, the aluminum may be the way to go.
Q:Steel and Graphite shafts?
if you are a good player they say steel shaft is better. more consistent. I prefer graphite its lighter and I can flip my wrists easier.
Q:Why is steel denser than wood?
The atoms in steel are more tightly packed. They have a greater mass in a smaller volume than wood. Basically, if you take 100 g of steel and 100 g of wood, the piece of steel will be smaller (less volume) than wood and therefore more dense. Density = Mass/Volume
Q:Is Tungsten Carbide steel?
Tungsten is not steel. Tungsten is a chemical element. What they do is add an alloy mixture to tungsten and it turns into Tungsten Carbide. You want to find a ring with a nickel alloy, some manufacturers cheap out and add cobalt instead. Make sure the ring you buy does not contain cobalt. Steel is an alloy consisting mostly of iron, with a carbon.
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:Whats better chrome vanadium steel or carbon stainless steel?
You pay your money and take your choice. High carbon non-stainless steels are easier to sharpen and hold their cutting edge longer than stainless. Stainless steels generally are rust resistant, not rust-proof. However, there are more than 40 types of steels being used for knife-making. Probably the best in the stainless range are the American Hi-performance Stainless Steels. These are graded as; CPM440V, CPM420V, CPM10V, CPM3V and 154-CM. Incidentally, nearly all knife steels contain carbon in varying amounts. The only one that I am aware of that does not contain any carbon is Sandvic12C-27.
Q:what is the origin of stainless steel?
Source Of Stainless Steel
Q:What was the Iron and Steel Corporation of Great Britain created for?
It was a holding company that originally had 107 companies who manufactured iron or steel products in Great Britain.
Q:what is stainless steel?
Chromium, nickel and molybdenum. Along with less carbon.

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