PPGI Galvanized Steel Coil Galvalume Coil sheet
Workshop, agricultural warehouse, roof panel, wall panel in
steel structure in warehouse,corrugated roof, roller shutter
door, rainwater drainage pipe, retailer booth
factories exhibition hall，doorcase, light steel roof structure, folding screen, elevator, stairway
Refrigerator, washer, switch cabinet, instrument cabinet, air conditioning,
micro-wave oven, bread maker
Central heating slice, lampshade, chifforobe, desk, bed, locker, bookshelf
Exterior decoration of auto and train, clapboard, container, isolation lairage, isolation board
Writing panel, garbage can, billboard, timekeeper, typewriter, instrument
panel, weight sensor, photographic equipment
With excellent cold-rolling steel strips as base material, it has the advantages of
* Good manufacturing performance
* High impact resistance
* Uniform plating thickness
* High adhesive force
* No peeling after forming
* High corrosion resistance
Al-Zn Galvanized Steel Coil.SGLCC
0.3-1.0mm ,thickness tolerance: +/- 0.02mm
All RAL Color,or be customized
We have organized several common questions for our clients，may help you sincerely：
①How about your Warranty？
Warranty: 1-Year for the whole light. Warranty is based on correct storage, installation, using and maintenanc
②How to guarantee the quality of the products？
We have established the international advanced quality management system，every link from raw material to final product we have strict quality test；We resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.
- Q:Carbon Steel strength grading?
- Depends on the sword design. Some swords are high carbon, some a low carbon, some are made from a billet of alternating high and low carbon ('Damascus' steels). It all depends on what characteristics you want for your sword. Softer steels won't hold an edge as well but they offer great flexibility so your sword won't shatter when they make impact with armor or shields. Harder steels hold better edges but they're prone to binding in wooden shields and then being broken as soon as a bending force is applied along the weak axis of the blade. Japanese Katanas have both hard and soft steels to allow the blade to bend yet still hold strong edges. If you're making the sword from raw materials on your own, look up some different recipes for crucible steel. It's probably the most fun and involved process.
- Q:Sstainless steel sword?
- i like how you asked this in the Card Games section.
- Q:Melting steel????
- more than 300° F
- 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:steel shafted fairway woods...?
- i take advantage of a three timber off the tee while a motive force could bypass in the process the fairway on a dogleg, or while the fairway gets narrower the further you hit it. Use it to get as close to to a par 5 in 2 as i will, or perhaps even attain a par 5 in 2. Use it to make up floor in case you permit out a rigidity, every time the photos demands me to hit it between 220 and 235 it quite is approximately how some distance I hit my 3 timber. I additionally carry a 5 timber which I hit approximately 2 hundred to 215 and extremely severe so it lands comfortable. i do no longer carry any hybrids regardless of the undeniable fact that as I nevertheless like to hit long irons.
- Q:steel vs bronze acoustic guitar strings?
- Not all strings have a steel core. There are different substances used for the core on metal guitar strings (not even mentioning nylons), but the market is predominated by a steel core. The tonal properties of what steel strings are wound up by can make a great difference to the overall sound of an instrument. In general, nickel strings are bright but give off well-rounded frequencies and have properties that make them perfect for use with magnetic pickups, such as those used in electric guitars. Bronze-wound strings are a little mellower in timbre but give off more high-low (harmonically rich) frequencies and are favorites on acoustic steel-string guitars. Silk and steel-wound guitar strings are the mellowest sounding and give off more low-mid frequencies than the others. They are generally used for folky types of acoustic playing where little attack is needed. There are others but I won't mention them because you won't find them easily. There are other factors and merits of each type of string like how long they last - Nickel resists corrosion the most; bronze less so; bare steel oxidizes very easily. There is also the way the string is wound to take into account (flat-wound, etc. like the other answerer mentioned).
- Q:When does steel start to Warp?
- Steel will only warp due to temperature under two conditions: 1. It is not heated evenly - in this case, the hotter parts will expand more than the cooler parts. 2. There are internal stresses in the steel (often from welding or cold-working - as an example, an I-beam or C-channel is usually hot worked, but some cold work can happen, so they can sometimes warp if you heat them ). This means that the steel won't warp due to temp if it's not 1 or 2. However, it could soften and fail if it has a load on it. As for softening, it really depends on what steel alloy you're looking at. Some steels (mainly the expensive alloys) don't really change until above 400 C (750 F), but mild steel really starts to weaken around 150-200 C (300-400 F) Rajashekhar has a point when it comes to forging. Steel isn't really soft enough to forge properly until above 1000C (1830 F), but if you're worried about using steel in a higher temp situation (like around a blast furnace or industrial oven), then make sure you choose a steel that has been rated to work at that temp.
- Q:Steel plugs in the winter?
- I have never had a problem with mine in any weather. They may feel a little tighter if you are cold, but if it is uncomfortable, just take 'em out!
- Q:can I freeze steel?
- If you put steel in the freezer, allow it to cool to 32 degrees and then put it in water a transfer of heat will occur and the water will cool off. How much and how quickly, I don't know. I believe the Mythbusters did experiments on something like this. If it were economical, we woud see steel ice cubes being sold instead of ice makers.
- Q:Do steel guns burn when exposed to flames/ extreme heat?
- Any steel will burn in the Presence of pure oxygen and high heat, that's how a cutting torch works.
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