Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil in Coil

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Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

Steel Grade & Standard:JIS G3302 SGHC

Zinc Coating Mass:Z09

Spangle:Regular Spangle

Surface Treatment:Chromated,Unoiled,NonSkinpassed

Coil ID:508mm

Coil Weight:4-7MT

Package Type:

Thickness Tolerance: 0.02mm

Width Tolerance:0-5mm

Zinc Coating Tolerance:2um

Thickness:0.5-3.7mm

Width:914mm-1250mm

Application

1. Architecture Roofs and outside walls of civilian and industrial buildings, garage doors, fencings and window blinds

2. Appliances Industry Outer clad sheets for washing machine, refrigerator, television, air conditioner and ventilation system, explosion-proof strip, solar water heater and appliance parts

3. Auto Industry Muffler, heat shields of exhaust pipe and catalytic converter, auto parts & accessories under the frame, signboard in highway

4. Industrial Instruments Electric control cabinet, industrial refrigeration equipment, automatic vending machine

Package:covered with waterproof-paper,strapped by strips. Standard seaworthy export package:4 eye bands and 4 circumferential bands in steel, galvanized metal fluted rings on inner and outer edges, galvanized metal & waterproof paper wall protection disk, galvanized metal & waterproof paper around circumference and bore protection.

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Q:Are steel toed boots okay for street motorcycle riding?
I honestly don't like riding with heavy boots on my sport bikes. It it tough to get a feel for where neutral is, and there really isn't a ton of clearance between the peg and the shift lever. I prefer lighter, more flexible boots like my old desert combat boots. They are really well broken in and you can really feel what's going on. When I ride a bike with a heal-toe shift like my old Roadking, it doesn't matter nearly as much. You could probably shift pretty well wearing ski-boots. As long as they give you enough feel for the shift lever, any boots will probably be fine though.
Q:Will carbon steel knives stick to a magnetic knife strip?
Yes, carbon steels are magnetic. In fact, some stainless steel knives are magnetic as well. Some stainless steel alloys are naturally magnetic and some become magnetic when they are deformed by forging or rolling (check out a deep drawn SS sink and explore where it is magnetic and where it isn't). Depending on the details, some carbon steels can be made harder than the stainless steel typically used for knives (440 alloy) but the carbon steel knives are very much more likely to suffer corrosion. hope this helps
Q:Steel or Nylon strings for my guitar?
Musical style speaks volumes when it comes to this issue. Those who want high volume will be unhappy with unamplified nylon string guitars. From my perspective, the basic difference between steel and nylon is this: steel strings ring and nylon strings resonate. The volume produced by steel is generally much greater than nylon but, to my way of thinking, the sound resonance produced by the wood of your guitar is largely masked by steel strings. If you have a decently made guitar (generally, around a thousand dollars and up), the sound interplay between the wood and the strings in a nylon guitar is magical across the entire frequency range. With a steel string guitar, the sound produced by the vibrating string overpowers the wood resonance at all but low frequencies. Personally, I'll take a nylon string guitar any day for the sensitivity gained from the interplay between wood and vibrating string.
Q:Is blue steel stronger than stainless steel? i heard it is.?
Stainless steel requires less maintenance, but I've got a K-38 Combat Masterpiece from 1974. Back then SW used the real blueing process, and the blue steel looks like its a foot deep. Probably the best looking gun in the accumulation. Still new in the box, never fired. Its my Vietnam tribute gun, same one I carried as a Security Policeman in the Air Force from 1969-1971.
Q:what metals are more dense than steel?
Look at a periodic table of the elements. The atomic weights are a guide to density. Tungsten is denser than tungsten carbide because it doesn't contain carbon. Also denser than steel are gold, lead, platinum, and a number of other metals. Steel is iron combined with lighter elements, so iron is denser than steel.
Q:What company sells strong steel doors for homes?
Actually, the best doors are fiberglass. Steel doors are not solid steel. The steel is a skin, over framing and insulation. The cheaper doors have thinner steel skins.. That is why they get dented. Go to a real lumber yard. Home Depot and Lowes specialize in low price, not high quality. I use a brand, called Thermatru, that is available in New England. I am sure there are comparable brands. I don't care for Stanley. Stanley makes hammers. They bought a door factory and stick their name on the doors. Good luck.
Q:Disadvantages of stainless steel?
For horse stirrups the main disadvantage to stainless steel is the manufacturing cost. Stainless steels tend to work harden, and are subject to their own peculiar forms of corrosion, but I see little implication to either of these factors when used as a stirrup iron or a safety latch. Stainless steel is also subject to self welding, or galling, this would be of no concern for the irons, but could result in the pivot of the safety latch freezing (I have never known anyone to ride with the safety latch closed, however).
Q:Steel vs nylon (elasticity/stress/strain)?
steel is NOT as flexible and much slipperier if you fall the nylon stretches to slow the victim but a steel cable would stop short and kill you
Q:Why was molton steel found at ground zero?
WTC 7 was not built with a central core like the two big towers were, which allowed it to come down a lot easier than the other two. And the planes didn't have to melt the steel structure holding up the buildings, all they had to do was weaken these structures to where they could no longer hold the weight. RE: Ok fine, since this is what you claim, where are the actual proven facts for this molten steel? Because I have noticed you have no link to a legitimate source available. Still no links to anything legitimate. And 2 thumbs down? Wow, I must be special.
Q:Steel structures....!!?
What information are you looking for specifically? information on steel structures could refer to lots of things. Try the American Institute of Steel Construction, or the American Society of Civil Engineers. Google to find them.

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