Hot Selling Cold Rolled 304 Stainless Steel Coil

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Model NO.:304 stainless steel coil

Type:Stainless Steel Coil

Shape:Round

Grade:201/202/301/303/304/304L/316/316L/321/310S/401/409

Certification:ISO, SGS, BV, RoHS, IBR, AISI, ASTM, GB, EN, DIN, JIS

Perforated:Not Perforated

Standard:ASTM, AISI, GB, JIS, DIN, EN

Technique:Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:2b, Ba,No.1,No.2e,No.2D,No.3,No.4,Hl

Thc:0.3-2.0mm

Width:1000mm, 1219mm, 1240mm, 1500mm, 1800mm, 2000mm

Treatment:2b, Ba,No.1,No.2e,No.2D,No.3,No.4,Hl

Material:201/202/301/303/304/304L/316/316L/321/310S/401/409

Application:Foodstuff, Gas, Metallurgy, Biology

Export Markets:Global


ProductStainless Steel Coil 
Grade201/202/301/303/304/304L/316/316L/321/310S/401/409/410/
420J1/420J2/430/439/443/444
Surface Finish2B, BA,NO.1,NO.2E,NO.2D,NO.3,NO.4,HL,8K
Techniquecold  rolled
CertificationISO,DNV,SGS,CE
StandardJIS/GB/DIN/ASTM/AISI/EN
Thickness0.16-2.0mm
Length2000mm-6000mm   or  as  customer  request
Width1000mm, 1219mm, 1240mm, 1500mm, 1800mm, 2000mm
Supply Ability5000mt Per Month
Minimum Order
Quantity
2t
TypeCoil
ApplicationFoodstuff,   gas,   metallurgy,   biology,   electron,   
chemical,   petroleum,   boiler,   nuclear  energy  
Medical  equipment, fertilizer,   etc.
Shipment TermsFOB CIF CFR
Acid and Corrosion
Resistance
High-strength steel
Packaging DetailStandard Export Seaworthy Package
Delivery Detail0~30days after order
Payment TermsT/T  L/C


Hot Selling Cold Rolled 304 Stainless Steel Coil

Hot Selling Cold Rolled 304 Stainless Steel Coil

Hot Selling Cold Rolled 304 Stainless Steel Coil

Hot Selling Cold Rolled 304 Stainless Steel Coil


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Q:Best steel for a all purpose knife?
Do you want apples or oranges? It's that kind of question. Here's my opinion. For large blades (over 6) 5160 or L-6 done properly makes a nearly unbreakable knife. I once pulled my 65lb vice out of the work bench with an 8 L-6 blade. As carbon content goes up edge holding increases but at the cost of overall strength. For smaller blades I prefer O-1 and 52100, these steels have about twice the edge holding as 5160 but cannot pass the 90deg bend test without breaking. 1095 is a fine steel, I prefer to make damascus from it, but when I do make a blade I want to show a temper line as this steel will do it well. Then we get into high alloy, D-2 is about as balanced as they come and for a smaller blade is second to none save the CPM steels. The CPM steels are very expensive and like the homogonous steel come in many alloys. As far as a chipping edge, that's more an indication of improper heat treating than anything. Carbon steel has more strength and edge holding potential than stainless. D-2 has enough chromium to be somewhat stainless but not beyond the threshold that grain growth becomes an issue. One last thing, the grind is important. The popular hollow grind cuts easily but is weak at the edge because it is thin. A flat grind has more mass and done properly cuts as well as the hollow. The convex is the strongest and is best suited for chopping or a polished edge to push through the material.
Q:Nylon or Steel strings for guitar?
classical guitar = nylon strings Acoustic/electric = steel strings Firstly i must explain you that fingerstyle playing on guitar is using your nails to play and not the soft spot on the acre of your fingers... Why? Because nails produce a cleaner, better and louder sound while the soft spot Is sloppy and dusty... (very simplistic)The difference with using a pick is that you can use your fingers as 4 different picks instead the one you are using when playing with a pick... Well the reason is that nylon strings aren't supposed to be played with a pick but with fingers (nails in reality as mentioned already) if you want το keep them in good condition for long(the sound they provide is another thing and it's a matter of taste) Steel strings are better for using with a pick... Probably a classical guitarist would easily break or harm his nails while playing on steel strings.... Personaly i like both... Depends on what playing
Q:Can a bear bend steel?
depends how thick the steel is. Looking at it, I would say yes. Not the frame pieces, but just the walls of the pool.
Q:How Do I Harden 12L14 Steel?
Hardening steel is done by quenching. Quenching is accomplished by heating the element and then rapidly cooling it. In metallurgy, it is most commonly used to harden steel by introducing martensite, in which case the steel must be rapidly cooled through its eutectoid point. For 12L14 steel, the eutectoid point is approximately 2800 degrees F. Unfortunately, a propane torch has the capacity to reach tempuratures up to 1995 degrees... 12L14 is rather difficult to harden even with the correct tools. Good luck!
Q:can i play flamenco on steel string guitar?
Well, you couldn't play traditional flamenco on a steel string guitar, that's for sure. What you could do is learn some flamenco chords and chord progressions. One problem is that a lot of flamenco techniques on a steel string guitar -- rasgueado, for example -- will literally sand your right hand fingernails down to the nub. It's not going to be pretty, and will probably be painful. Even on a flamenco guitar I protect my right hand nails with a thin coat of super glue. Also, the fingerboard of a flamenco guitar is wider than that of a steel string guitar. That's because many of the notes played in flamenco are actually played with the left hand, not the right hand - lots of hammer ons and pull offs. You can do that higher up the neck on an steel string guitar, but it would be hard to do that in first position on that guitar. Anyway, yes, to a small extent you could conceivably do something that has a flamenco sound on a steel string guitar. But why? You can get a great student model flamenco guitar from Yamaha. It's only $350. Then, you need a teacher. Flamenco is difficult to learn (I've been at it for ten years) and it's important to learn from an instructor who can teach you the correct techniques. Otherwise, you just have to learn everything all over again when you finally do take lessons. Intermediate and advanced students can learn from a video, but beginners really need face time with an instructor. Best wishes.
Q:Do steel cartridge cases take less pressure than brass cases?
The ammo loaded in steel casing has a tendency to be loaded at lower pressures, for some reason. Most if not all of the steel case is of foreign manufacture. No reason steel can't be loaded to same pressures to that of brass, would probably seal better. Most of the calibers you describe in steel cases go in weapons with loose tolerances, like the AK. Lot of times, the steel won't seal in the chamber, creating blow by, putting crud in the chamber. This condition makes it hard to feed, chamber, and extract in a tight dimension chamber that is present in NATO weapons. AK's, due to more generous tolerances, won't be sensitive to this.. Weapons from NATO are of more tightly toleranced chambers like the AR, HK, Barret, etc. where brass is more reliable in sealing, and minimizes the blow by and keeps things clean, or at least more clean than a steel case that may not seal.
Q:how to make a unique piece of steel?
If you're looking to make steel stronger, I can suggest 2 things: 1. If you're actually smithing the steel yourself, and forging it from hot liquid metal, then if you can get ahold of some Carbon (i have no idea where you can get some), you can add it to the molten steel to make it stronger. Sword Smiths did it all the time back in the Dark Ages. (you'll have to look up the exact Science and Process of how to do it) 2. There's a treatment for steel called Tempering. If you Temper the steel, it makes it stronger. You do this by 1st Forging what you're making. In this case, I'll use a sword. Take the Sword and re-heat it (i dont know the exact temperature) until it glows-hot. You can use a blast furnace, a campfire, or any other extreme-source of heat. Some companies use molten Salt - yes, the Condement, and dip the sword in it until it's glowing-hot. Now you have to super-cool it. This is simple, all you need is Ice water. Submerge the Sword in it, until it's cool to the touch. Now toss the Sword back into your source of extreme Heat. Get it glowing hot, and then take the sowrd out. Set it aside, and let it cool naturally. Once it's cooled, it's TEMPERED, and alot stronger. NOTE: If you stop at the ICE-WATER stage, you'll only succeed in making your Sword BRITTLE. You MUST Continue the Process once Started. - Hope this helps.
Q:Is it possible to stain steel red?
How To Stain Steel
Q:Melting steel????
There are different types of steel. Melting point of steel depends upon its contents. Generally the melting point of stell is above 1500 c.
Q:Can steel go inside sun with carbon..?
I don't know, go try it and come back and let us know how things went.

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