Matt Finish Cold Rolled Steel-JIS G3141 SPCC-4

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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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Q:How much pressure can concrete and steel take?
About all I remember is concrete can stand tremendous compression but almost no stretch .
Q:Was steel discovered after bronze?
Bronze The earliest surviving iron artifacts, from the 5th millennium BC in Iran and 2nd millennium BC in China, were made from meteoric iron-nickel. By the end of the 2nd millennium BC iron was being produced from iron ores from South of the Saharan Africa to China. Steel (with a smaller carbon content than pig iron but more than wrought iron) was first produced in antiquity. New methods of producing it by carburizing bars of iron in the cementation process were devised in the 17th century. In the Industrial Revolution, new methods of producing bar iron without charcoal were devised and these were later applied to produce steel. In the late 1850s, Henry Bessemer invented a new steelmaking process, involving blowing air through molten pig iron, to produce mild steel. This and other 19th century and later processes have led to wrought iron no longer being produced. The earliest tin-alloy bronzes date to the late 4th millennium BC in Susa (Iran) and some ancient sites in China, Luristan (Iran) and Mesopotamia (Iraq).
Q:physics compression:Steel rod?
You need to calculate the stress on the rod and compare this with the mechanical properties of the steel. It would help if you were given more info. You will need to know something about the steel such as the yeild stress and E, the modulus of elasticity. The value of E is about the same for a wide range of steels. So long as the applied stress is below the yield stress, the strain is all elastic and is calculated from E. The real answer is that you can not answer this question since you do not know what the temperature is. Given the applied load, the change in length will be much different at room temperature than at 1500C.
Q:how to make a steel helmet?
The okorder.com (Artist Blacksmiths) or on the sites of the two organizations that reproduce old costumes and tools - one is called The Society for Creative Anachronism, not sure of the other. Search terms to use might be hammering a helmet and forging medieval armor
Q:WHAT IS CR-NI STEEL ?
chromium nickle steel aka stainless steel exact amount of chrome and nickle will determine type/grade numbers Check the google for steel type/grade Never head of aircraft grade, however,, there is marine grade - normally baltic birch with waterproof glue and no defects i.e. knots, etc. Very strong (also quite expensive) but worth it for the correct applications
Q:Wrestling Steel Cage?
Steel cages are made from scrap. From either loose metal or loose chains. There might be some on eBay that would be man-made
Q:Can you put nylon strings on a guitar that came with steel strings?
Both are designed deferentially, they have their own sound and music distinction and so as their string you should use what is appropriate to them.
Q:What's the best dishwashing soap for stainless steel?
Stainless steel that has screws almost always rusts in the dishwasher. Also semi-complicated stainless steel utensils rust in the dishwasher...things like an egg whisker. This is true no matter what detergent you use. Dishwasher detergent almost always contains bleach. That causes stainless to rust if it has nooks and crannies. The solution? Hand wash them and let them air dry. The only stainless steel I run through the dishwasher is table flatware (knives, spoons, and forks.) You'll get a much longer life out of your utensils if you hand wash them and just let them air dry.
Q:Why is stainless steel rust proof?
Stainless steel is an alloy of iron and other metals, notably Chromium and vanadium. You do not see it with the naked eye but at the surface of any stainless steel (SS) there are iron atoms and chromium atoms that are exposed. However, the chromium reacts preferentially to form an oxide. In essence, think of chromium sacrificing itself for iron so that iron will not rust. What a nice guy huh! This is called passivation just like most responders said. However, more than that the chromium oxide forms a tight protective layer that forms a physical barrier preventing Oxygen or any oxidant to reach and attack the iron underneath it. Also, the chromium oxide formed is not FLAKY and porous, so it does not mar much of the surface as an iron oxide (rust) would. For science project, you may not make it too technical but you can make a reference or make an ANALOGY of rust prevention to high school or social situations as being there for your friend or classmate But in real life, when the odds are too great, that protection afforded by chromium may not be enough. Because eventually all steel exposed to very oxidizing atmospheres will rust. Just a little break in the surface is enough to start the process of rusting.
Q:What is the high Carbon steel used by gerber?
The carbon content of the knife is done during the smelting process.For instance a knife that has a high carbon content will keep an edge much longer than one with a lower content. It is tricky because too much will cause the knife to be brittle and break easily. Annealing is also part of the process of knife making.

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