Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil for Building Material

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Model NO.:Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil

Surface Treatment:Galvanized

Certification:ISO, SGS, BV, RoHS, IBR

Technique:Cold Rolled


Application:Roofing, Wall, Corrugated, Structure...



Steel Grade:Dx51d, SPCC, SGCC, CGCC, S350gd

Name:Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil



Surface:Oiled, Galvanized, Chromated

Zn Coating:40-275GSM

Spangle:Zero, Small, Big, Regular

Coil Weight:3-10tons

Coil ID:508/610mm

Certificate:BV, ISO


Export Markets:Global

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Packing:Standard Export Package


HS Code:7905000000

Production Capacity:30000 Tons/Year

Product Description

1. Galvanized steel coil simple introduction:

Galvanized steel coil means that steel coils has gone through a chemical process
To keep it from corroding, so this protective metal, zinc layers, does not get rusty as easily. The coating also gives the steel a more durable, hard to scratch finish.

(6)Application: Corrugated,Wall,Roofing,Structure and so on

2. Galvanized steel coil technical processing:
1)Uncoiled and sheared
2)Cleaned using a caustic solution, which can remove oil/grease, dirt, and paint
3)Entry looper to revised and then annealing furnace
4)Steel is dipped into the molten zinc bath
5)Cooled in a quench tank to reduce its temperature
6)Post treatment and crimper

3. Galvanized steel coil quality control:
Strict procurement process---skillful technical workers---final products inspection
(resistance to corrosion, salt spray test, exposure test, machinability, thermal resistance)
---standard packing

4. Galvanized steel coil advantages:

1)Zinc coating has good adhesion
2)Resistant to corrosive factors
3)High strength&quality
4)Strict quality control system
5)Standard export sea-worthy packing

5. Why choose us?

1).Advantages: We have two production line of PPGI and two lines for the galvanized steel coil, total yearly output is about 500000mt Also we have 56 professional salesperson from three international sales department, a group of technical engineers
And skillful quality control inspector.

2). Special technology support: We have two production line of pre-painted steel coil
And two lines for the galvanized steel coil, total yearly output is about 500000mt. In
Order to meet our customers new requirements, We also can manufacture the special
Products, such as Printed, Filmed, Pressed, Matte steel coil and the full hard G550
Galvanized steel and galvalume steel.

3). Conform the international quality standard: All products for export, according to the
International quality standard of Europe, Japan, Russia and America to produce.

Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil

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Q:knowledge of steel composition?
You have opened a can of worms. Specific types of steel vary not only by composition but by the way they were made, their physical properties and their morphology (microscopic structure). The composition you have given would fit for High Carbon Steel and Medium Carbon Steel. Go to the reference I've given, it allows you to put in 3 of the components of your alloy and then it gives you a list of possibilities. You can open each candidate individually and see the full composition. Hours of fun. :)
Q:Are steel toe boots worth $200?
Hi! You can hike in steel toed boots, but I wouldn't. They aren't designed for hiking, no matter what the manufacturers says. They're built to protect your feet from hazards on a job site. I bought my first pair of decent hiking boots for $10/month on layaway at an outfitters. It took forever, of course, but I didn't have the money to buy them right out. Until then, I hiked in a pair of tennis shoes. Sneakers are just fine as hiking gear, though remember that you will have no ankle support, so you need to be more careful on rocky trails. Use a pair you don't mind getting dirty and make sure they have decent ankle support. Also, this is a great time of year to buy boots if you can scrounge the money together. Most outfitters are swapping over to their spring lines and have shoe/boot sales going on. You don't have to use an outfitter, either. Lots of regular shoe or department stores sell boots that will work just fine until you can afford some nice top-line boots.
Q:Can you put steel strings on a nylon-string guitar?
Don't EVER put steel strings on a nylon stringed guitar. Steel strings have many times more tension than nylon strings. The bodies on nylon stringed guitars are braced lighter than their steel stringed cousins. If you put steel strings on a guitar designed for nylon, they will belly the top up as well as warp the neck. Since they're attached differently, you'd (luckily) have a hard time even getting steel strings to fit. Enjoy your nylon string guitar for what it is, and if you want to play steel strings, buy a guitar designed for them.
Q:Is Titanium stronger than mild steel?
Contrary to what we are usually told, Ti weight to strength ratio is better only for lower strength alloys. Steels match or best Ti and Al alloy ratio's for high strengths. Hard to answer this question, due to varying effects of cold work, alloying, and heat treatments. In general, traditional mild steels with little cold work are about equivalent strength to commercially pure Ti. Cleverly selected mild steels with extensive cold work have greater UTS (and really greater SMYS) than commercially pure Ti, and approach strength of the best Ti alloys. Ti starts at about 60ksi UTS for commercially pure, and goes up to about 200ksi for high strength alloys. Mild steel has varying definitions. Plain carbon steels use virtually no alloying materials other than carbon. Low carbon steels starting in the 1008 (0.08% carbon) range can be cold worked to 100ksi UTS, while 1030, the maximum carbon for mild steel per one source, can be cold worked up to about 180ksi. Simple steels can go about 215 ksi UTS at fairly reasonable cost with lesser cold work than I was using because producers can't make stronger steels with higher degrees of cold work. High strength alloys can best 350ksi at impressively high cost. (and they match best titanium alloy strength to weight ratio). They are why wide body aircraft have lots of steel - landing gears, flap mechanisms, etc. Don't know about cold working Ti though. It doesn't seem to be done much, but difficult to find info.
Q:Does anybody have some column splice details for steel structures?
The refernce for Canada is S16-01 Limit states steel design My professor always taugth us shop weld field bolt if that helps
Q:Alloyed to make stainless steel?
E. Stainless steel is mainly comprised of Cr and Ni. Steel is an alloy composed mainly of iron. On a side note, Carbon is not really in stainless steel and it is only less than .1%
Q:Is stainless steel good for a butterfly knife?
This isn't really a question for this section, but I'm still happy to help out since I'm a big cutlery nerd as well. One thing to look out for when buying a knife is a lack of specifics on what steel is being used. High Carbon Stainless Steel doesn't tell you what the steel is, just what it MIGHT be. Chances are it's something along the lines of 420HC or 440A, both of which are softer steels. They aren't the worst steels around, but they are very quick to dull. You'd be better off looking at the Balisongs of Benchmade. They'll cost more, but you'll know that you're getting something made with quality materials and that won't break on you. And if it does break for some odd reason, Benchmade's warranty and customer service are both fantastic. Although if a more questionable knife is okay with you as long as the price isn't too high, then at least 420HC and 440A aren't too brittle and will take a decent edge even though they'll dull quickly. As for whether stainless steel is good for a knife or not, that depends on the type of stainless steel and what you're going to use the knife for. Many stainless steels are more brittle than a carbon steel, so high carbon stainless steels are a bit more likely to rust but a little tougher as well. In a butterfly knife, a steel like that is a good way to go, although the steels used by Benchmade, as I mentioned, are of a much better quality.
Q:Steel Arch Building.........!!?
Steel Arch buildings consist of arched steel panes and can be erected very easily in minimal time. Steel Arch buildings can be used for both agricultural and industrial purposes. They come in the shape of an arch which serves the dual purpose of both the roof and the wall. after constructing it you can get 100% useable clear span space! No poles, beams or trusses are required for it. We can call it do-it-yourself construction cause most buildings are erected in just a few days with help from family or friends.
Q:What are the best kind of steels for a knife?
i have been a chef for 10 years now and have always had an obsesive composion with my knifes being dual. i hate it. after spending $100's of dollars on knifes i have found a couple of things to be key. where the knife comes from is important. japan and sweden are a notch above the rest. this just has to do with there tradition of fine craftmanship and pride in quality knife making that goes back 1000's of years. the thickness of the blade is important. the thinner the better. and the blade angel most knifes are around 20 degrees but less is better. it makes them easier to sharpen. and don't be fooled knifes need to be hoaned everyday of use the is no such thing as a forever sharp knife. at least not for a chef. so having said that. the best knifes on the market for quality and price are global, mizuno, mac, and the ones i use calphalon katana. investing in a good diamond steel is just as important i use fury fingers by ozzi tech. good luck i wish i had a girlfriend like you.
Q:Man of Steel vs Superman (1978)?
Well, I haven't seen it Man of Steel but I really see it hard to believe that's better than Superman. To me, Superman with Christopher Reeve is the best movie about Superman ever made. When I first saw it I was amazed. Watching Superman flying for the first time, catching Loise and graving that helicopter before it falls... it was awesome! I loved it! The other movies that followed were bad but this one was amazing. I've seen what other actors have made with the character, but I believe Christopher was the best. He was the perfect man, the perfect gentleman and the best superhero ever. I know that this Superman is for the new generations so it will be more 'real' and more 'suffered' or will have more personal issues dealing with his origins and blah blah blah... and I wish him good luck, but honestly? I stick to the original Superman because whenever I see Christopher Reeve flying around the planet as Superman (hanging from wires-no CGI people!) and I hear that characteristic music I just melt and I'm a child once more. So good luck to the new generation, I really hope they like this new guy and new story, but I'm more than fine with the original version, thank you. Hope it helps! ;)

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