DESCRIPTION FOR CARBON STEEL PLATE
hot rolled steel coils ss400
Minerals & metallurgy
about 23 tons
With Hydraulic Testing, Eddy Current , Infrared Test
2) Black Painted (varnish coating)
in bundles, strapped by strips. Or as customer’s requirement
Common products, we can provide freely, for special production,we can depends on negotiation.
100% L/C at sight, 30% T/T in advance, and the balance against the copy of B/L or negotiation
Within 10-25 days, according to quantity, asap save customer’s time
TRADE TERMS :FOB, CFR, CIF
PAYMENT&DELIVERY FOR STEEL COILS/SHEETS
100% LC at sight,or 30%TT in advance, balance against B/L copy
With 30-40 days after deposit
Ex-Work, FOB, CNF, CFR, CIF,etc
EXPORT MARKET FOR STEEL COILS/SHEETS
Our target market is the international market. Every year we export most of products to countries like India, Pakistan, South Korea, Brazil, Australia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Hong Kong, etc.
Q: How long is the delivery time?
A: Normally 30-40 days, but mostly according to the specific requirements or the quantity
Q: Could you send me sample?
A: We can supply you with the sample for free, but the delivery charges will be covered by customers.
- Q:serious question! Dual-phase steel?
- Dual Phase steels refers to a distinct group of alloys which are used for automotive bodies. These were developed to give improved deep drawing (for shaping) and strength while on the road. Most of the work was started at the same time in the 1970s as a response to the oil crisis (history repeats!) with SSAB in Europe, US Steel and British Steel leading the way. There are many variants of the dual phase alloys prefered by each of the auto manufacturers. The work on these steels led the way for TRIP (transformation induced plasticity) steels, rephosphorised steels and HSLA (high strength low alloy) steels. There is a distinction between these steels and duplex steels which typically refer to austenitic/ferrtic stainless steels. Also be aware that everyday low carbon steels with 0.1%-0.6% carbon will have a ferritic/pearlitic structure but are not considered to be dual phase So to summarise: Who - major steel companies worldwide When - from about 1973 onwards (up to around 1977 when the developments went in other directions) Where - Europe, USA and Japan (but I'm not sure who it was in Japan doing the work)
- Q:Scientific answers please: Are there various grades of stainless steel?
- In general, the austenitic stainless steels are considered to have the best overall corrosion resistance of all the stainless steels and to be the most resistant to industrial atmospheres and acid media. As the corrosion conditions become more severe (e.g. higher temperatures and stronger acids), more alloy content above that in type 304 is required. The addition of over 2% Mo to austenitic stainless steels increases resistance to pitting. Type 316 is a popular alloy in this class and contains 2.5% Mo.
- Q:Surgical Steel Piercing Reaction?
- Surgical Steel Tongue Rings
- Q:What are the components of Stainless Steel?
- The stainless steel is a family of ferrous alloys containing at least 11% chromium. The effect of this amount of chromium in steel in reducing corrosion is dramatic. There are many grades of stainless steels. By varying the chemical composition, heat treating, and cold-working, a wide range of properties is achieved. There are three types of precipitation hardening stainless steels: *martensitic types, which are supplies in the martensitic condition, are hardened by a simple aging treatment of the fabricated part. *Semi austenitic types, which are supplied in the austenitic condition, are transformed to martensite by special heat treatment before precipitation hardening. *the austenite in the austenitic types is precipitation hardened directly. The heat treatments of precipitation-hardening stainless steels are chosen to optimize mechanical properties. Precipitation hardening generally results in a slight increase in corrosion susceptibility and an increased susceptibility to hydrogen embrittlement.
- Q:Any ideals for makeshift steel boning?
- Don't try it. For two main reasons: 1. Corset boning is not just strips of flat steel; it is made from coiled high tension spring steel with clever metal ends to prevent tearing any fabric that comes into contact. You could try strips of hard wood such as teak, ash, oak. The risk is that the st rips will break when they bend around your corseted figure. Then they'll be dangerous and could puncture your skin. 2. Corset bones are there in the corset to support the fabric; not to exert any pressure on you for figure reduction. It is the cut of the fabric that produces the shape, but bones stop the fabric from crinkling, or gathering into your waist as the tension is applied. That is why commercial bones are specially made to be fairly lightweight, flexible in the right directions for your figure, and will not rust or otherwise deteriorate with wear or careful cleaning. So go for easiest you can get from the Net. That's my advice. OK?
- Q:Thomas steel products 2400 1st ave s Birmingham al 35233. this is the place that sells rebar & steel doors?
- Steel Fabricating/or Steel Fabricators is just a fancy way of saying that they sell steel products and a variety of related services. Thomas steel products has a wide range of steel products and services, from Windsor Republic Door Dist, Tie Wire, Steel Doors Frames, Snap Ties, S Parker Hardware Distributor, Reinforcing Steel Detail Drawings Avail, Rebar Fabrication, o_O.
- Q:Will carbon steel knives stick to a magnetic knife strip?
- Yes, carbon steels are magnetic. In fact, some stainless steel knives are magnetic as well. Some stainless steel alloys are naturally magnetic and some become magnetic when they are deformed by forging or rolling (check out a deep drawn SS sink and explore where it is magnetic and where it isn't). Depending on the details, some carbon steels can be made harder than the stainless steel typically used for knives (440 alloy) but the carbon steel knives are very much more likely to suffer corrosion. hope this helps
- Q:Are some firearms stainless steel coated or finished while others are all stainless?
- Stainless guns are made out of stainless steel. Now there are also guns that are coated in nickel. Those are made of the usual gun steel. Stainless steel isn't really that much more expensive than normal steel when bought in large quanities.
- Q:silver soldering stainless steel?
- the flux you need is powdered borax
- Q:REAL steeled boned corsets?
- Hi, okorder.com/ There are 3 types of corsets: Fashion corsets, Authentic corsets and Waist training corsets. The fashion corsets are designed for light enclasping of body. They are made with plastics bones usually. The authentic corsets can reduce your waist size about 4 - 5 and the waist training corsets about 6. They both are made with steel spirals and flat bones. The waist training corsets are recommended for experienced wearers only. Look on info pages of the seller. The corsets reinforced with plastic bones are cheap with low durability.
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