Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil/Sheet-JIS G 3302 SGCC

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Hot-dipgalvanized steel coils are produced by immersing steel in a zinc bath.

An appropriate galvanizing process requires a pretreatment process during which the steel passes through different baths which prepare the surface forzinc coating. In this stage, chemicals are used to clean the surface of the steel.

After the chemical treatment, the steel coils pass through a bath of melted zinc at temperatures around 460 ° C. The resulting uniform coating is finished through a process of skin-passing to provide smooth and shiny appearance of the finished product.

To store for a longer period, the hot-dip galvanized coils can be delivered with a final oil coating, according to the customers demand.

PROFILAND STEEL produces hot-dip  galvanized steel coils with very good workability at further cold forming and bending processes.




Gi Steel Coil / Sheet

Size: 0.14-0.6mm*750-1250mm

Zinc Coating: 60-150g/m2

Surface Processing: regular spangle; minimized spangle

Chemical Processing: chromated, passivated, unoiled, hot dip galvanized  

Coil ID: 508/610mm

Packing: the standard export package

Application: PPGI coil;construction,hardware, home appliances,interior decoration etc.





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Q:is a 1962 steel penny worth anything?
I don't think they made steel pennies in 1962, did they?
Q:Trade in value for (scrap) steel?
Scrap steel is usually traded per ton. Average steel prices fluctuate on a daily basis. General prices for scrap steel are around $100 - $200 per ton. For daily scrap steel prices check the source below
Q:is steel flexible?
Yes, looking at it from an engineering standpoint. Depending on it's shape it can be used for many applications where flexibility is important. Steel springs for example, or guitar strings. Whenever you're debating these kinds of matters, it is important to keep in mind that the use of a material depends on the shape, the size and the weight it's going to be used in. A big block of steel will be used in a different manner as a piece of steel wire.
Q:can any you boil steel?
The amount of heat needed can be generated. The heat on the surface of the sun is sufficient. Steel will break down before it gets that hot. The carbon in the steel will oxidize into carbon dioxide, or vaporize into carbon gas. The outer core of the Earth is composed of molten iron and nickel. Its also done in steel plants every day.
Q:How is steel manufactured?
Abed is off on some of the details... Steel is, by definition, Fe-C. There are thousands of different steel alloys and I am not aware of a single one that is simpkly Fe-Ag. There are different processes but the chemistry is basically the same, converting the iron compounds we dig out of the ground into metallic iron. Iron is typically found as iron oxides or iron sulfides (not with a lot of carbon). We add carbon so the carbon takes the oxygen from the Fe atoms making Fe + CO/CO2. Research iron smelting, iron ore, reduction of iron oxide, these types of things. You will find plenty of information because this is one of the most important industrial processes humans have. Good luck
Q:Prefabricated Steel Buildings.......!?
It really depends upon the environment and the construction techniques used. Steel that is painted or coated will without maintenance eventually rust. I would expect this tendency to be exacerbated in a humid or shore environment. Heat may tend to cook a steel house and the structure does not add much thermal mass. Construction techniques tend to be fairly quick a part of the construction is essentially prefabricated. Work done in a factory will almost always be cheaper than work done in the field, all things being equal. Concrete can be fairly hi tech with lots of equipment or as seen in many parts of the world fairly low tech with lots of laborers. It is easy to change the characteristics of concrete depending upon how it is mixed, reinforced, and treated during the curing process. Because it is applied in a relatively fluid state it can flow around obstructions like bedrock and be formed up into interesting shapes. A concrete structure can be cooler as it provides thermal mass, and a heat sink. It's resulting rigidity may make it more subject to earthquakes than steel. We do really need to be smarter in constructing our homes to make them fit the land and not only the general environment but our particular micro environment.
Q:Question about the strength if steel?
There are many types of steel some very rigid, while you can have steel that is very flexible. The type of katana: steel is for Samurai swords
Q:Types of knife steel?
154cm is a very good knife steel, the problem is in the heat treating. Stainless should be cryo treated to get all it can offer. That being said, if you really want to drop some coin, look at getting one made from CPM 440V. Stainless isn't as strong as carbon but on a smaller knife works well. You might also look for D-2 Tool steel. There are factory knives that are made of that.
Q:Engineering Materials - tool steel question?
It all depends what the application actually is. For hammers I would select a hammer grade B1 steel. For impact loading where an edge is needed I would be going for O1 or similar (oil quenching steels tend to be a little tougher than air hardening). For mining tools a very high manganese steel (Hadfields steel) - this is not a true tool steel. The best place to start is by looking at the ranking of the properties which you want - hardness v toughness v strength - and then use this to put the steels in rank order. Price and availablity then sort the problem out for you (in the real world).
Q:Would aftermarket steel wheels weigh more than stock jeep wheels?
steel is steel is steel- they will always be heavy you would have to weigh them to find out--NOW if you are going to alloy wheels they are typically aluminum and yes they are lighter -this is good because it lightens your un-sprung weight and is less harmful to your suspension-good for your auto

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