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Q:Steel Barns..........?
Steel barns in the USA is the going fad; they are both strong and economical; and some companies offer DIY kits
Q:Do they manufacture steel buckshot?
I know of no one who makes steel buckshot. Probably for several reasons. Steel is much lighter than lead. Penetration depends on energy, which is the weight of the pellet vs. the velocity of the pellet, equated into ft.lbs. Steel pellets have to travel much faster to achieve the same energy as a lead pellet. Steel, being lighter, would lose energy much faster downrange. The weight difference would be like teeing up a golf ball, and striking it with a club, and teeing up a ping pong ball and striking it with a club. The distance in flight would be obvious. Steel also, is much harder than lead, and would be hard on the barrel, and choke. It also would not deform, which would cause ricochets. Steel shot was a handicap for waterfowler's when the USFWS made non toxic shot mandatory. Waterfowl are bottom feeders, and they were eating the spent lead pellets, and dying from lead poisoning. Steel shot cut the effective range of a shotgun from 45 yards to around 35, and resulted in many cripples and lost birds. Environmetal, makes a T size shot which is .20 caliber, and is called Hevi-shot. Lead is heavier than steel, and Hevi-shot is heavier than lead. At the same velocity, you have 12 to 15% more energy than lead. and probably 20% better than steel....Hope this helps
Q:Surgical Steel Piercing Reaction?
Surgical Piercing
Q:what Wok to buy - carbon steel, stainless steel, cast iron?
Carbon steel is definitely the way to go. This is the authentic wok. Of course, you must be aware that it can rust if not dried--but in use you will seldom wash it anyway. The correct practice is simply to wipe it out with a paper towel. In this way the wok keeps its natural non-stick qualities. Whenever it is washed it must be re-seasoned--by heating it very hot with salt. Stainless steel of course does not rust and makes a pretty picture hanging up--but its utility ends there. It does not have the heat conduction qualities that are needed. Still, there are other factors which go into wok cooking (such as degree of heat available) which have nothing to do with the wok. With that in view, a SS wok might be your choice, but from a cooking standpoint, carbon is better. One added factor you must consider is thickness of the steel. Cheap woks will flex readily if grasped by the handles. A quality wok is twice as thick. It is not too much to aim for 1/8 thickness, or nearly that. There is also the flat bottomed Shanghai wok which is about 1/4 thick and usually comes with a teflon finish. These are very inexpensive but useful because they can be heated up to a high temperature which it will hold to a certain extent. The bane of wok cookery is insufficient heat. (I have an electric stove right now which exhibits that defect).
Q:Steel Arena ...........?
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Q:Quality of a 440A steel blade?
440 steel is fine for most knives, but there are better quality steels out there for specialized uses. If you like the knife you have, don't worry about what other people say. If you like the new knife more, trade for it. Sometimes I question why people have to ask so many questions about what's better than what.
Q:Is Tungsten Carbide steel?
Tungsten is not steel. Tungsten is a chemical element. What they do is add an alloy mixture to tungsten and it turns into Tungsten Carbide. You want to find a ring with a nickel alloy, some manufacturers cheap out and add cobalt instead. Make sure the ring you buy does not contain cobalt. Steel is an alloy consisting mostly of iron, with a carbon.
Q:Galvanized Steel Poisoning?
Galvanized steel is nothing more than regular steel with zinc added. However, unless you wear the proper gear or ventilate the fumes away, the zinc can cause heavy metal poisoning. As someone who has suffered from it before, usually the symptoms are an upset stomach, feeling queasy, diarrhea, and sometimes hallucinations. If it is bad, you start getting joint pain, a metallic taste in your mouth, and develop a fever. Usually, you can treat mild zinc poisoning by drinking lots of fluids and flushing out your system as much as possible. Still, if the problems persist for more than an hour or so, it can be lethal with many blacksmiths having died as a result of it. If she still feels bad, call a poison control center and tell them she breathed in zinc fumes. They will probably tell you to go to the ER to start treatment. It is not something you wait out.
Q:Science Question About Steel?
Kera...time to crank up the brain in gear....molten refers to what state of matter? Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma? Ding-Ding-Ding....liquid. Solid to liquid is the melting point.
Q:Sealing stainless steel?
Straight white vinegar on a clean white cloth does an amazing job on all my appliances. Makes the kitchen smell great to.

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