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
1.Big thickness:by bulk vessel
2.Small thickness:packed by steel strips and shipped by container
3.According to the requirements of customers'
TRADE TERMS :FOB, CFR, CIF
DETAILED PICTURES FOR STEEL COILS
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 about the trade terms?
A:EXW,FOB,CFR,CIF will be accepted.
Q:How about your payment terms?
A:30%TT in advance and the balance against of copy of B/L.The irrevocable L/C at sight will be accepted.
- Q:why do ships of steel float?
- They okorder.com/... Or use the search bar*. (The question has been answered a thousand and one times). If you do then you will read many answers that push the popular myth that they displace more water than they weigh (as if some unseen 'finger of god' is supplying a mystery force in addition to the vessel's weight). Such 'explanations' cannot be supported by either calculation or experiment and are wishy-washy drively nonsense. So beware of Archimedes' Trolls on this one!
- Q:serious question! Dual-phase steel?
- Looking okorder.com/... but I would note that this stuff seems an awful lot like the techniques that have been used for making high quality swords and cutting tools for thousands of years including the famed Damacas steel. In these, the steel is heated and slowly cooled (annealed) to produce the tough matrix, then the piece is reheated and quenched to produce the hard edge. What Dual-phase seems to do is bring the process to bulk manufacture.
- Q:What is Mild Steel? Is it the same as Seamless Steel?
- I am a Blacksmith,mild Steel is what I use every Day,I make Ornamental Ironworks,like Handrails,Gate,Candle holders,all kind of things,most things are made from mild Steel,even Buildings,Doors,and so on.No risk of buying it.Special Steel is just for Special Applications.
- Q:Can raccoon bite through steel?
- Well the raccoons can't bite through steel unless it is very thin steel, like aluminum foil thickness. But they have long arms and can reach into the cage so that would be my worry. They are also very clever so I don't know if it is safe for the bunny. That would depend upon the size of the cage and how hungry the raccoons are. The raccoons might be tempted to try to steal the bunny's food so that is a concern. Check with a pet shop owner or forester or someone like that who has knowledge about raccoons in the area.
- Q:i have guestion a bout steel?
- Hello, okorder.com Hoping this can help you. :-)
- Q:how do you rate the hardness of steel?
- There's an instrument called a hardness tester. It has a stylus which is pressed into the surface of a sample of steel with a calibrated amount of force. The distance it penetrates tells you how hard the steel is. (This is sometimes called 'indentation hardness'). The most common scale is the Rockwell Scale. Actually it gets a little complicated because there are several scales, one for tungsten carbide (the hardest man-made material), one for aluminum and brass and soft steels, and one for hardened steels. Another scale for indentation hardness is the Brinell scale. It's a little less complicated, with one scale to measure the hardness of wood, plastic, etc. as well as steel.
- Q:What knife steel will last the longest?
- you eventually will wear the blade out. i have seen old guys pocketknives that they used for whittlin and the blades have deep curves in them like khukris from wear. i reccommend, 440 stainless, or something with a rockwell hardness rating above 45.
- Q:Stain on stainless steel sink...?
- The best product I have ever come across is Barkeeper's Friend. I use the liquid version rather than powdered version. It is a soft soft abrasive scrub designed for stainless steel. I original found it to use it on all my All Clad pots and pans to keep them beautiful and shining. I also have a stainless kitchen now, sink, stove and fridge...and I use Barkeepers on everything. It is fantastic. If you don't want to go out and find Barkeepers tonight, you can get a similar affect using baking soda mixed with dish soap. Make a good paste to gently rub on stains. Be sure to rinse the stainless steel surface thoroughly, and towel dry. If the stains still remain you can try vinegar. Remember to thoroughly rinse and towel dry. But tomorrow go out and get a bottle of BarKeeper's Friend...you will never regret it. UPDATE: just saw a few other answers, DO Not use steel wool (SOS pads) you will scratch the heck out of the finish and you will not be able to fix it.
- Q:Why are some steel companies more successful than others?
- Steel is a global commodity. There is some variety in product (flat rolled, tubing, etc), but basically the same product worldwide. Cost to the customer includes shipping of a very heavy product. Inputs are also heavy and costly to ship. Inputs: - Coal - Iron Ore. Some firms have the ability to recycle old steel, a competitive advantage. - Energy (very energy intensive industry) - Labor - Machinery. A new blast furnace is more efficient than 50 years old. So the most profitable steel firms have some of these characteristics: - Proximity to raw materials - Proximity to customers - Access to cheaper means of transportation; rail and sea - Newer machinery - Cheaper labor force - Reasonable cost for electricity and fuel for furnaces
- Q:How to weld stainless steel?
- MIG and TIG welding will produce a better looking weld with little slag left on the weld. They also make coated rods that can be used with stainless, that will leave a slag behind just like carbon steel welding. Any of these can be used. Specifics of which materials and method should be employed depend on the specifics of the materials used, what joint type is being made, what position the weld must be made in, etc.
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