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)
4. Galvanized steel coil advantages:
1)Zinc coating has good adhesion
2)Resistant to corrosive factors
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.
Galvanized Steel Coils
SGCC, SGCH, SPCC, SGCD, DX51D+Z, STO2Z,DX54D,DX51D
Coiled or as requested
Industrial panels, roofing and siding for painting
Commercial / Drawing / Deep Drawing / Structural quality
chromed / skinpass/ oiled/slightly oiled/ dry/ anti-fingerprint
zero spangle / minimized spangle / regular spangle/ big spangle
3-10 ton per coil
Export standard package :bundled wooden box or be required; The inner size of container is below: 20 ft GP:5.8m(length)x 2.13m(width)x 2.18m(high) about 24-26 CBM 40 ft GP:11.8m(length)x 2.13m(width)x 2.72m(high)about 68 CBM
15-20 days,after we received your deposit
- Q:Warhammer 40k:Steel Legion?
- The stock at various shops may vary, but you can buy Steel Legion miniatures through the mail order, or the Internet from GW. Cadian troopers are plastic, There are no plastic Steel Legion troops. The plastic models are (a tiny bit) not so horribly expensive as the metallic ones. The minimum requirements for your force vary from mission to mission, but a good start is 1 HQ unit 2 Troop choices. Also, the total points cost of the battle is to be considered. (Usually 500, 1000, or 1500 points.) What you described is one possible choice, although the size of IG squads is 10 and not 20. And you must include a command squad, the commissar is optional. You might change the other 20 troops for a tank, or a squad of Sentinels. Happy gaming!
- Q:Steel Wool + 9V Battery Question...?
- What's happening in the first case is that the initial contact of the wire to the steel wool is not very good and there is a high resistance as the touch is made and there is probably a slight spark that starts the steel wool burning. Now it is even harder to make good contact and the process continues. In the second case there is initially a good contact to the steel wool and there is no spark when the circuit is completed at the battery. It would be difficult to cause the heating and the spark at a distance unless you had a way to remotely cause the wire to lightly touch the steel wool. A gas lighter which uses a flint to create a spark is good for igniting a gas burner which will continue to burn by itself, but probably wouldn't cause the steel wool to burn without the energy coming from the battery to keep it going. Steel wool WILL continue to burn if it's in a pure oxygen atmosphere. You might try hooking the battery up to the steel wool as in the second case and using a spark lighter to start some burning close to one of the wire connections to see if the extra battery power might keep the burning going.
- Q:Why is steel denser than wood?
- A steel atom has more mass than wood becaue it has a larger number of protons and neutrons in it's nucleus. So steel packs more mass (more matter) into the same space as wood. Density is mass/volume. If you have a 1 cm cube of steel and a 1 cm cube of wood they are the same volume (1 cubic cm) but the steel has more matter in that volume and therefore is denser.
- Q:is batman in man of steel?
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- Q:Melting steel????
- You need about 2800 degrees to melt steel.
- Q:Question about building buildings with a steel frame.?
- Most of the parts are cut, welded, and fabricated indoors in a welding shop at another location. Then they're trucked to the site and simply need to be bolted together. This is made possible through the use of computer aided design and modeling programs, so that parts can be made to fit almost presciently in the field. They buy the steel from steel companies. I couldn't tell you exactly where it comes from, you'd have to ask the contractors themselves.
- 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:Cleaning granite and stainless steel?
- The best home remedy for that is shaving cream. Use men's shaving cream, not the gel, and not the ones with aloe, but regular shaving cream. It'll get the crud off and it'll shine it up for you. Just make sure you wipe it down really well, so there aren't any streaks.
- Q:Steel - Building Purpose!!!!?
- Steel is used over most other metals due to its desireable properties for buildings. To name a few: strength, hardness, ductility, conductivity, flexability, weight, ability to shape/mold, non-combustability, weather resistance and cost Many other metals have the same properties, only on different scales. For instance, copper may be an excellent conductor, howwever it's expensive and not very weather resistant. Aluminum may be flexible, moldable, but not very strong. The list goes on and on..
- Q:how strong is carbon steel?
- Carbon steel is a generic term. There are many different grades of carbon steel consisting of several different components of various amounts, and there are different types of treatment the steel can go through that changes it's quality. Carbon steel swords are a step up from the crappy stainless steel swords, and other alloys. Sword quality completely depends on the smith. 200 layers doesn't mean there won't be any imperfections. Sword makers make mistakes, especially the lesser experienced ones. Look into the maker(s) of the sword you're looking to buy. Find information on them before deciding. Carbon steel is the steel to have, but that doesn't exclude good or bad quality. Sharpness will depend on the the steel and the smith.
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