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PRE-PAINTED ALUZINC STEEL COILS are produced by cold rolled GI steel which is coated with a layer of oil pait.After painted, the coils has beautiful appearance and more durable.

- Thickness range: 0.15mm - 1.50mm
- Width Range: 1250mm
- Colors: Any color as per RAL color
- CID: 508 or 610mm
- Base Steel: Cold rolled, Galvanized or Aluzinc

- Protective film: if required

ALUZINC COATING:80 g/m2 (+/-10g/m2)



WEIGHT PER COIL:3-5 TONS                                                                                                              COLOR:RAL9002


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Q:Steel phases question!?
hey from what i learned in uni last sem, steel is originally ferrite form at first at room conditions. it will undergo poly morphic transformation to become FCC structure austenite form at 912 degree celcius. under conditions, it can become pearlite (which is a combination of ferrite and cementite) or bainitie( a finer form of pearlite). queching conditions to room temperature will form martensite which is the strongest but brittle steel form. tempered cementite is formed when we quench it and then raise temperatures before sir cooling. hope it helps, pls vote me best answer is i deserve it. thanks
Q:Is blue steel stronger than stainless steel? i heard it is.?
They have different properties. Bluing on steel is a surface treatment that helps inhibit rust, but doesn't prevent it. It will wear off with use over time, but can be redone. Stainless steel refers to a particular type of steel alloy, usually incorporating nickel and chromium, that is highly resistant to rust on its own, so doesn't need a surface treatment. Because the steel itself is what is rust resistant, that property can't wear off. All other things held equal, the carbon steel that bluing is typically applied to tends to be slightly more rigid and brittle than stainless steel. It may hold an edge better than stainless. In most applications, those differences are small enough not to matter for practical purposes. For example, both knives and guns are made with blued steel and stainless steel. Which a person gets is usually a matter of preference (unless you're, say, a professional restaurant chef whose knives have to hold a fine edge through constant hard use).
Q:Stainless steel water bottle? ?
The problem with stainless steel water bottles is the steel takes even longer to decompose in our landfills then plastic its self. So it just adds to the waste. If you use steel be sure to recycle it when you are done using it. Another problem is the fact that we don't really make steel here anymore so you have to pollute the environment shipping steel here that the bottles are made from. It gets ship here on trucks, ships, and what not. Very big polluters!! You'd be better off just getting a reuseable bpa free plastic water bottle made in the usa. Or some of those expensive corn cups.
Q:problem cutting steel?
Your blade was overheated. Change it into diamond blade shall do.
Q:Can carbon steel be solution annealed?
No. Carbon steel has two different crystal structures, FCC and BCC , depending on the temperature. when you heat steel up and then quench it, it locks the crystal structure into the BCC form. this makes it hard. whereas precipitation hardened austentic stainlesses remain BCC regardless of the temp, so the hardness change is not a function of thermally induced strain. you can anneal carbon steel but the thermal profile is closer to the precipitation profile of PH stainlesses than it is to the Solution annealing profile.
Q:About hydrolics which one used in steel melting shop?
The correct spelling is hydraulics. I haven't heard the term steel melting shop you probably means a foundry or a steel mill The most obvious example i can think of is hydraulic-operated fork lifts. Hydraulic cylinders are used to lift the forks and to tilt them upwards or downwards. The valves are coneccted to levers next to the steering wheel. Hydraulic pressure is supplied by a hydraulic pump driven by a propane or diesel engine. In some forklift designs the wheels are also not connected directly to the engine, but driven by hydraulic motors. There are also a large variety of machines used in steel mills and metalworking companies to cut and shape metal parts. for example, press brakes, plate cutting shears, stamping presses, hole punch machines, drawing presses, etc. These types all operate in much the same basic way. They use a very large cylinder or group of cylinders to apply many tons of force to different kinds of metal working tools.
Q:Pistol Polymer Frames? Good as Steel? Walther P22 OK?
On under the Walther section. I know the P22 will hold up well with normal maintenance for 5000 rounds. I can't tell you from practical experience if it will still be great at 10000 since mine hasn't gotten that far yet.
Q:How much can the metal steel lift?
Well, metal steel can lift an infinite amount of weight if necessary, BUT it can only withstand tensile PRESSURE up to a certain amount. That amount depends on what kind of steel you have; you can have low and high carbon steel, for example, here are some maximum tensile forces a lot of common steels can withstand: Coated Steel (Galvanized): 200-215 GPa Terne Coated Stainless Steel: 189 - 197 GPa Terne Coated Steel: 185-200 GPa AirMet100 High alloy steel: 193-203 GPa AF1410: 203 -213 GPa 17% Cobalt Steel: 199-209 GPa 36% Cobalt Steel: 199-209 GPa 6% Tungsten Steel: 218-229 GPa A-286: 201-211 GPa N-115: 201-211 GPa 250 Maraging Steel: 183 - 192 GPa 280 (300) Maraging Steel: 183-192 GPa And that's just Coated and High-alloy steels, I have yet to go through Cast Irons, Commercial-purity Iron, Low alloy steel, low carbon steel, medium alloy steel, medium carbon steel, stainless steels, tool steels, and very low carbon steels, and I'm not even sure if this is a complete list of the different types of steels in the world. TL;DR We need more information. EDIT: By pressure, I mean the negative tensile type of pressure. EDIT 2: At it's thinnest point, most supportive skeletal features will be able to support 132 pounds quite easily. However, if you want to make an effective light-weight strong skeleton, I would suggest using aluminium rather than steel.
Q:How do I remove rust from a steel saw?
Steel wool and a bit of WD 40. Steel wool will remove the rust and the WD 40 will protect it in the future.
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