AISI, ASTM, GB, JIS
|Place of Origin:|
Tianjin, China (Mainland)
Container Plate, construction,being machined
High-strength Steel Plate
ISO/SGS/IBR/ROHS/BV and so on
as your requests
|Packaging Details:||standard export packing or as per your request|
|Delivery Detail:||within 20 days after confirming the order|
2.Dimensions: thickness 1-16mm, width 600-2000mm
4.Place of Origin:Tianjin,China
5.Length:as per your request
6.Packaging Detail: Seaworthy Packing or on pallet
- Q:Does stainless steel watches rust?
- Under certain conditions, even stainless steel will rust. They include: Exposure to some noble metals (copper/silver) in a corrosive atmosphere - and why stainless must be separated from silver or silver plate in a dishwasher. Stainless steel will pit if touching silver as many DW detergents are rich in chlorine. Under some conditions, and depending on your skin chemistry, if you wear a copper bracelet on the same arm as the watch, the surface of the watch will pit. If you commonly are exposed to some kinds of welding fluxes, if you are exposed to water with high salt concentration and you do not rinse off the watch after exposure, that can pit the surface. Stainless Steel is no more than corrosion-resistant, not corrosion-proof. Most of the time under most conditions, it is fine. But not all of the time under every condition. As it happens, what affects SS the most is any kind of electrolysis due to galvanic action involving halogen salts.
- Q:Can jet fuel melt steel?
- Jet fuel is kerosene in 6 grades and highly filtered. can it melt or weaken steel? No, it preserves it.
- Q:Stainless steel versus plastic bowls?
- Well, I know the water at this restaurants where they use metal pitchers taste a bit off to me. There's nothing wrong with the water, but I think the metal pitcher throws off the flavor. Could be the same with the metal bowl and the dog. Plastic is only a problem at hiding bacteria if it gets scratched up badly (which isn't as likely to happen with water as long as the dog doesn't chew it. You can also put the plastic crock bowls on the top shelf of a dishwasher for cleaning as the heat kills most germs.
- Q:What's a steel guitar?
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- Q:is Titanium Stronger than steel?
- TITANIUM is stronger than STEEL. For steel:(I am taking high tensile steel)- Material Yield strength(MPa) -1650 Ultimate strength-(MPa) -1860 density(g/cm3)- 7.8 For Titanium:(Titanium is as strong as steel, but 45% lighter) Tensile Strength : 460-615 N/mm2 So, stregth to weight ratio is higher for titaneum. Titanium is as strong as steel but much less dense. It is therefore important as an alloying agent with many metals including aluminium, molybdenum and iron. These alloys are principally used in aircraft and missiles as they are materials which have low density yet can withstand extremes of temperature. Titanium also has potential use in desalination plants which convert sea water to fresh water. The metal has excellent resistance to sea water, and so is used to protect the hulls of ships, and other structures exposed to sea water. However, the largest use of titanium is in the form of titanium(IV) oxide, which is extensively used in both house paint and artists’ paint. This paint is also a good reflector of infrared radiation and so is used in solar observatories where heat causes poor visibility. please read below:;;; The tensile strength of a material is the maximum amount of tensile stress that it can be subjected to before failure. The definition of failure can vary according to material type and design methodology. This is an important concept in engineering, especially in the fields of material science, mechanical engineering and structural engineering. There are three typical definitions of tensile strength: Yield strength - The stress a material can withstand without permanent deformation. This is not a sharply defined point. Yield strength is the stress which will cause a permanent deformation of 0.2% of the original dimension. Ultimate strength - The maximum stress a material can withstand. Breaking strength - The stress coordinate on the stress-strain curve at the point of rupture.
- Q:Thermal expansion of steel?
- ? got me is that the whole problem or is there more?
- Q:Painting Stainless Steel......?
- I've also learned something today! Good luck and have fun!
- Q:What is the function/s of stainless steel?
- What is the function/s of stainless steel? Stainless steels of various kinds are used in thousands of applications. The following gives a flavour of the full range: Domestic – cutlery, sinks, saucepans, washing machine drums, microwave oven liners, razor blades Architectural/Civil Engineering – cladding, handrails, door and window fittings, street furniture, structural sections, reinforcement bar, lighting columns, lintels, masonry supports Transport – exhaust systems, car trim/grilles, road tankers, ship containers, ships chemical tankers, refuse vehicles Chemical/Pharmaceutical – pressure vessels, process piping. Oil and Gas – platform accommodation, cable trays, subsea pipelines. Medical – Surgical instruments, surgical implants, MRI scanners. Food and Drink – Catering equipment, brewing, distilling, food processing. Water – Water and sewage treatment, water tubing, hot water tanks. General – springs, fasteners (bolts, nuts and washers), wire. don't forget to rate and good luck hope it helps you
- Q:Coating on Steel Wool?
- It will be very effective if you remove the oil by appling protective polymer spin coating to the edge, top and underside of the wafer, which makes those surfaces impervious to most chemical etchants. To learn more about the spin coating theory you may check out the following source.
- Q:What type of steel is most bullet resistant?
- any amount of steel, you can find a bullet or cannon big enough to go through it. The WWII battleships had 12 inches of steel, but a torpedo would still put a hole in that. Any bullet, on the other hand, and you can find a thick enough steel to stop it. It's just that the steel may be too heavy to be useful. .
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