Hot dipped Galvanized Steel Coil Zero Spangle

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HOT DIP GALVANIZED STEEL COIL
Specification:0.4mm*1000mm*c
Steel Grade & Standard: ASTM A653
Zinc Coating Mass:Z180  Spangle:Zero Spangle
Surface Treatment: non-chromate, oiled  
Coil ID:508mm  Coil Weight:6-10MT
Package Type:EYE TO SIDE
Thickness Tolerance:+/-0.02mm  Width Tolerance:+/-5mm
Zinc Coating Tolerance:-/+10g/m2

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steel.
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Carbon is what samurais added to their swords to make them super strong. The iron ore was cooked in coal for days; the coal adds the carbon. Too much carbon or too little carbon is a bad thing so it was a very important process. I'd have to go with a sword with carbon.

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