PPGI Roofing Sheet/PPGI Printed Prepainted Steel Coil

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
CommodityPrepainted galvanized steel coil
Base Metal
Cold rolled, Electro-galvanized base metal,
Hot-dip zinc coated base metal, Hot dip Al-Zn steel sheet

Thickness
0.16 TO 1.00 mm
Width600 TO 1500 mm
Coil ID508 / 610 mm
Typecoil/sheet/strips

Delivery Time

15-30days after we receive deposit

Substrate Hardness
Soft, medium,full hard
Zinc CoatingZ 40-275 gsm, AZ 40-180 gsm or as customer requirements
Types of top coating
PE, Silicon modified polyesters,
High-durability polyester, polyvinylidene fluoride

Colours
As per RAL shades/customer requirements.
Surface FinishesGlossy and Matte
Price:US $600-800 / Metric Ton
Slits37mm and above
StandardsAISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS
TransportBy bulk or container
PackingStandard packing or at buyer's requirement


Applications:
Pre-painted steel metal products are used in a vast array of applications including:
? construction industry
? household appliances
? automotive
? industrial applications
? packaging

Q&A  Acceptable payment term and way ?             

ANSWER:T/T,L/C, T/T + L/C, D/P

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Your steel-string acoustic should not be all that much harder to play than your nylon string acoustic. Classical guitars have stretchier strings, but they also normally have higher action (string height). It sounds like your steel-string may have a problem. A typical low action would be around 0.090 gap between the low E string and the top of the 12th fret, and 0.070 between the high E and the top of the 12th fret. If yours is a lot higher than that, having it professionally set up will probably help. If it's a very cheap guitar, replacement might be the best option. Why do you need to choose between classical and steel-string? You already own both.
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Steel grades generally tell you how much carbon is in the steel. The higher the number the more carbon. Aside from quality of manufacture, the better swords tend to be 1060 or more. Few quality swords are made from 1045. Which DOES NOtT hold an edge better (quite the reverse). Swords made of these different steels weigh about the same. That is, if you made two identical looking swords - one of 1095 the other of 1045, they would weigh the same. 1045 is only more commonly used because cheaper swords tend to be made from it. Edit: No real swords are made from stainless steel.
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Steel cut oats have health benefits. They are delicious and very good for you! The difference between regular oatmeal and steel cut oatmeal: Steel-Cut Oats are whole grain groats (the inner portion of the oat kernel) which have been cut into two or three pieces using steel discs. Golden in colour and resembling mini rice particles, they are as nature intended - nothing added and nothing taken out. Rolled oats are flake oats that have been steamed, rolled, re-steamed and toasted. Due to all of this additional processing they have lost some of their natural taste, goodness and texture.
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