Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil for constructions

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Model NO.:GT00818

Surface Treatment:Galvanized

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Packing:At buyer′s requirement

Standard:GB,JIS,ASTM

Origin:CHINA

HS Code:72123000

Production Capacity:50,000 mt/year

Product Description

Commodity: Hot dipped galvanized steel coil

Size: Thickness: 0.20mm to 1.2mm; Width: 500mm to 820mm

Surface finish: Regular spangle; Small spangle

Surface treatment: Chromated passivation

Zinc coating: Z08, Z12, Z18

Packing: Mill's standard packing for exporting

Usage: used in the industries such as construction ,cold rolling forming and electro mechanics manufacturing, household electric appliance manufacturing and etc

Standard adopted: GB/T2518-1998;Also we supply such steel strips according to JIS,ASTM standard to meet users'requirements.

Steel grade: Q195,Q195L,SPCC(Other material require agreement )

Equivalent standard: JIS G3302 1998 or ASTM A653M/A924M 1998

Price Terms: FOB, CIF Term

Payment Terms: T/T, L/C at sight

Delivery: 30 days after receiving your valid L/C/down payment  


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It really depends. If you are drilling iron, I assume you are talking about cast irons and there are many different types, some are easier to drill (and machine) than others. For steels, there are many many different types of steels which can have a huge range of physical properties. In fact, your drill bits are almost certainly made of some type of steel alloy. If your drill bit has the same hardness as the steel you are trying to drill, it will be difficult to drill. If the steel is harder than the drill bit, you won't make a hole, you'll just break your drill bit into smaller pieces. There are drill bits that use carbide inserts or diamond composite inserts and these will drill through steel. You can do a quick check. Take a drill bit and, just by hand, see if it scratches the steel. If it does, then the drill bit is harder than the steel and you can probably drill a hole. If you have trouble drilling holes, consult a machinist. There are many factors which influence how well you can drill holes including use of cutting oils/lubricants, cutting speed, pressure, rake angle, etc.
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No, there are no rifles produced that are carbon steel underneath with a stainless steel finish. Typically, gun prices are set by whatever people will pay for the finished product, NOT based on what the material costs actually are. Even if the stainless were CHEAPER to produce, manufacturers could still charge a premium on those products because it offers an advantage to the user (less maintenance). Stainless is seen as an upgrade because of the maintenance and the good looks, so it's like an upgrade option on a sports car, even if it doesn't improve actual performance, it improves the marketability for the product, so it increases the product price. For rifle barrels, many manufactures do NOT charge a high mark up for stainless steel because even though YES is is harder to machine, they don't have to blue the part, which is an extra processing step, and extra materials cost. So when a stainless steel blank is made, it is machined, washed, and finished, but a chrome-moly barrel much be machined, washed, prep'd, hot blued, and finished.
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there are tradeoffs to the various methods you can use. Check out this link for the scoop on what they are and what the settings should be given the material you are using and the type of welder you decide to use.
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Steel is going to be a whole different world. You will need to go back to square one and get house plans that are drawn for structural steel. First thing you need to do is find a builder that knows how to build with steel and get an idea of the price.
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In order to prevent rusting in the process of storage or transportation of steel roll, steel mills generally take the following packing: inner gas antirust paper wrapped with tape wrapped in plastic film sealing, intermediate, involute cardboard seal lining, cardboard corner, with iron and steel outer package corner protector, strapping fixed. If the inner package seal, so the steel coil is sank into the water, will not rust out.

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