Matt Finish Cold Rolled Steel-JIS G3141 SPCC-3

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1) Capacity: about10,000 ton per month for steel strip/tape product
2) Thickness: from 0.20mm to 3.5mm, all available.
3) Width: from 15mm to 600mm, all available.
4) Grade: Q195, SGCC, DX51D
5) Coil weight: from 50kg to 7000kg, all available.
6) Coil ID: 100mm - 508mm
7) Coil OD:500mm-1300mm
9) Tensile strength: 28.1-49.2kgf/mm2
10) Zinc coating weight: Min. 60g/m2, double side
11) Spangle: regular spangle, minimized spangle, zero spangle
12) Surface treatment: chemical passivating treatment, oils,passivating oils
13) Min trial order 5ton each thickness, 1 x 20' per delivery
14) Components: C%≤ 0.07, Si%≤0.03, Mn% ≤ 0.50, P% ≤ 0.025,S% ≤ 0.025, Alt% ≥ 0.02


APPLICATION

It is the basedmaterial for galvanized steel coil and pre-painted galvanized steel coil. It iswidely used in light industry for making tank, furniture, pipe, refrigerators,washers, freezer plate, air conditioner, micro-wave oven, water heater,soot-such machine, electric rice cooker, electric roaster oven, dryers andautomobile etc. In the other application industries, it’s mainly used forenameling, office furniture, burglarproof door, electronic element, fastenerbattery, hardware, automotive fitting etc.

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Eye to sky package: Anti-damp paper inside fullwrapped with plastic film, iron sheet outside on wooden pallet in 20 feetcontainer with 25mt.


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It really depends. If you are drilling iron, I assume you are talking about cast irons and there are many different types, some are easier to drill (and machine) than others. For steels, there are many many different types of steels which can have a huge range of physical properties. In fact, your drill bits are almost certainly made of some type of steel alloy. If your drill bit has the same hardness as the steel you are trying to drill, it will be difficult to drill. If the steel is harder than the drill bit, you won't make a hole, you'll just break your drill bit into smaller pieces. There are drill bits that use carbide inserts or diamond composite inserts and these will drill through steel. You can do a quick check. Take a drill bit and, just by hand, see if it scratches the steel. If it does, then the drill bit is harder than the steel and you can probably drill a hole. If you have trouble drilling holes, consult a machinist. There are many factors which influence how well you can drill holes including use of cutting oils/lubricants, cutting speed, pressure, rake angle, etc.
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Yes. Different alloys contain differing amounts.
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Steel toed boots are very heavy compared to hiking boots, after a long hike (especially in rough terrain) the extra weight is gonna tire you out. Steel toes are made for things like construction, or doing a task where extra protection of the toe is needed. So it's not ideal, but whatever floats your boat man (better than wearing tennis shoes). I personally have Converse composite toed boots from my airsofting days and since im too cheap to buy dedicated hike boots, I use it for hiking. Its supposedly made for military use and is much lighter than steel toe. But WAIT!!! lets say you dont have a gun or knife and you run into a pissed off Sasquatch, a steel toe boot too the nutz would do well in puttin the hurt on the dude.
Q:Steel horse shoes vs. aluminum?
Steel is not much different to be honest as long as you aren't doing any special shoes. A horse like yours I would probably stick in some steel eventers and go on your way. That's about average and honestly between a comparable aluminum shoe you won't see a difference in his movement unless the farrier starts messing with breakovers and shoeing him different. There are few times when I will do aluminum and all of it has to do with special circumstances. My 4 year old is in aluminums on his front right now because his special shoes are close to an 3/4 thick and about an inch wide. In steel those shoes would be very heavy, but those are what he works best in compared to the steel. I can give him more of the support he needs with the aluminum than I can with the steel. I also prefer eggbars, hartbars, etc to be done in aluminum for the sheer size of the shoe. Steel lasts more resets and it's stronger than aluminum. Aluminum is useful for therapuedic shoes. So you all have the pros and cons, but a horse in shoes with no special needs is a horse who should just stay in steel.
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The solution to your problem lies in what the purpose is of going up three teeth in the back... Are you hoping to gain more low end power and thus be able to race from 0-60 faster? If thats the case, Id go with aluminum and a 520 conversion on the chain. You WILL notice the difference in how fast the bike builds steam, because it will be easier for the engine to rotate the rear wheel having a lighter chain and sprocket set. Of course, this will wear out faster than steel - but the real question is, are you interested in going faster, or saving money? Speed aint cheap. Either pay for it, or stick with steel. Be careful going up three teeth on the rear without getting a new chain as well - your current chain may not have enough slack left in it...
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