|Place of Origin: |
Shandong China (Mainland)
|Brand Name: ||Type: |
|Surface Treatment: |
PPGI or corrugated roofing sheet
|zinc coating:: |
regular / minimum spangle
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Detail:||seaworthy standard export packing or as per customer's request.|
|Delivery Detail:||within 15-20 days upon receipt original L/C or prepaid money|
We have passed the ISO 9001-2000 and SGS certificate.
Gi Steel Coil / Sheet
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.
galvanized steel coil
Galvanized steel coils
40g,60g, 80g, 90,100g, 120g, 140g,180g, 200g, 250g, 275g and so on.
ASTM, AISI, DIN, GB
SGCC,DC51D,DX51D,DX52D,,SGCD,Q195,Q235,SGHC,DX54D, S350 GD,
S450 GD,S550 GD
zero spangle, regular spangle or normal spangle
chromated and oiled, chromated and non-oiled
T/T, L/C or DP
25 tons (one 20ft FCL)
3-8ton or as client requirement.
soft or hard quality
Galvanized steel coils
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION %
C.B OF COATING
JIS G3302 SGCC
JIS G3302 SGCH
ASTM A653 CS.B
- Q:Is rail steel like other types of steel?
- As so much about the railroad is variable, so is the steel used for the rail. For one thing, all rail is not the same size. It is classified by weight per yard. For example, most tangent (straight) track is 139 lbs rail, meaning three feet of it weighs this much. Secondary track, such as found on branch lines and in yards or used on sidings is not as heavy. Track used in curvature may be the same weight, but not always. The reason is there is much more stress imparted to the roadbed in curvature. Most steel on main tracks has a higher carbon content, but there is a point of diminishing returns, as this rail is more brittle as a result. Good luck trying to melt it. In the field, this rail is cut by a saw with diamond studded circular blades. The reason why is it takes a lot more time to try to cut it with an acetylene torch. In the US, certain areas, such as on some bridges, the cross-ties (sleepers) are indeed made of steel, in addition to concrete and wood. The potential for fire is too great for wood in these instances. In addition, if even a single wheel derails, concrete ties tend to explode when stressed this way. All of which makes steel cross-ties worth the extra cost.
- Q:Is stainless steel magnetic?
- If the non magnetic one is has a brighter finish it may be that it is a ferritc stainless steel which depends only on high chromium content to keep it stainless,the duller one is likely to be the austenitic type which contains nickel as well as chromium and is usually non or only faintly magnetic and with a dull finish.Chromium rich stainless steels(ferritic and martensitic grades) are designed to be used for cutlery and strength application are always strongly magnetic (quite often permanent magnets).Stainless steels containing at least 18%chromium and 8+% of nickel are designed to be corrosion resistant and weldable,this type of steel(austenitic) is not ferromagnetic in the annealed state but the lower grades do become magnetic after cold work(hammering bending etc.The difference between magnetic grade or not rests in the crystal structure.In the austenitic types the structure is the same as that of gold and copper which is cubic close pack and,in steel,is a non magnetic form;but in low grades cold working can cause some breakdown of the austenite to the magnetic room temperature form of iron known as ferrite.Ferrite has the ordinary body centred body centred cubic form of iron which is magnetic.All of the stainless steels depend upon Chromium to form an anti-corrosion barrier at their surface;but this is only reliable in oxidising conditions(like the open air)They nearly all discolour and even rust if trapped in damp conditions where oxygen potential is low(as under wet plastic or underground ).
- Q:Stainless Steel Appliances?
- it doesn't really matter. I have all appliances in my kitchen stainless steel. All different makes never noticed the tone, I think it just depends on the grain. i clean my appliances side to side not up and down. Good question never thought about that.
- Q:what is the densest type of steel alloy?
- Technically, any metal that is not pure could be considered a steel alloy with the addition of iron. Density will vary depending on the percentage of each alloying element. In commonly available alloys, those with a high percentage of nickel will be the most dense. Nickel has a high molecular weight and readily alloys with most other metals. This class of materials is stainless steels, heat resistant super alloys such as inconel, hastalloy, etc. Tensile strength is not directly related to nickel content. Elements such as boron, manganese, molybdenum, and chromium have the most effect on tensile strength in steel alloys both as rolled and heat treated. Hope that answers your question.
- Q:How can the outer diameter and weight of steel coil be converted?
- Of course, the calculation is relatively coarse, and the volume has a lot to do with the tension.
- Q:dose oxygen peroxide rust stainless steel?
- Stainless steel does not rust, but It can get dulled. Oxygen peroxide will not hurt it.
- 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:fallout 3 broken steel?
- Yes, Broken Steel is the only DLC that raises your level cap. Yes, you have to complete the main quest to play it. It's kind of a prologue to the events of the ending. If you don't have the DLC and complete the game it just ends and you can't play it anymore. With the DLC you'll be able to continue playing. As for which one to get, that's your preference. Most people like the Broken Steel because it has to do with the main story and it raises the level cap - so that's the one I'll suggest to you. I also think The Pitt and Point Lookout are worth getting as well. Mothership Zeta is the one I liked least. I thought it was kind of stupid, to be honest. Operation Anchoarge is a simulation and it's pretty fun, but I don't think it's worth the $9.99.
- Q:Is clorox safe to clean stainless steel?
- Bleach Stainless Steel Sink
- Q:what type of steel is used to make rail tracks?
- Well i guess they have to ( engineers ) take into account stuff like tensile stress and crap and then also the amount by which it contracts and expands during extremme tempertures if i were you put this question under the engineering section. It might lead to a right on the nail answer and also there ought to be a log book which gives us like you know the best steel for railroad maufacture. Architectural engineers or construction engineers are always goin around with books bookworms to be more precise. haha anyways best of luck mate.
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