Pre-painted Hot-Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

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ManufacturerThickness Width Length of plate Inner diameter of coil

0.2-1.2mm 800/914/1000/1200/1219/1250mm 1000-6000mm508mm/610mm

Coated Mass OF(Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Base plateAvailable Coated Mass(g/m^2)

Galvanized Steel80, 100, 120, 160, 180


AvailablePainting OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Category ofPainting Item Code

Polyester PE

High-durabilitypolyester HDP

Silicon modifiedpolyesters SMP

Polyvinylidenefluoride PVDF

Easy-Cleaning —

PaintingThickness Top side: 20+5microns;

Bottom side:5~7microns.

Color SystemProduce according to RAL Color System or as per buyer’s color sample.

Paintingstructure Top surface Bottom surface  

Primer coatingNo coating 1/0

Primer coatingPrimer coating 1/1

Primer coating +Finish coating No coating 2/0

Primer coating +Finish coating Primer coating or single back coating 2/1

Primer coating +Finish coating Primer coating + Finish back coating 2/2

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Q:How does water cooling affect the hardness of steel?
When steel is slowly cooled, lots of carbon diffusion takes place because it is not very soluble in steel at room temperature. The carbon is in solution at high temperatures, and is rejected out of the lattice as it cools. And when this happens, the microstructure will consist of ferrite and pearlite, and the lattice structure will be base centered cubic (bcc). If it is cooled fast enough, then the carbon gets trapped in the interstitial sites of the lattice and distorts it to a body centered tetragonal (same as bcc, but elongated in one direction) This elongation strains the lattice and makes it harder. Also, when cooled fast enough the atoms do not have time to diffuse like they normally would and they shear into place. This forms the hard phase of martensite that is desired of heat treated steel. But then it must be tempered back some because it is too brittle.
Q:how can i wax corten steel?
Bill summed it up pretty quick and provided a link. For some reason you are focusing on the copper content when it really is insignificant in the overall picture of the sun hitting its surface. If you could elaborate more, maybe we could offer a better answer.
Q:Damascus steel sword question?
There are many makers that use blue on there Damascus. My question, what the heck are you wanting to mess with the finish for? If you had a true Damascus blade made that that thing cost a fortune, and I don't mean under a grand either. Then there is the question of what it is made from, some steel combinations react well to the gun blue, others not so much. If it is a stainless blade it won't work at all and you shouldn't be using it either. I can tell you, my Damascus blades start at $100 for a small cable knife and go up from there. If you wanted a sword it would push 10 g's easy. None of my customers would mess with the finish, most would cry if it got scratched. If it's has a pretty pattern don't mess with it.
Q:mild steel?
i thnk 7.85 the density of ms is 7.85 kg/cm2 and formula is density=mass/volume u have volume=1m3 7.85*1=mass so 7.85 kg
Q:Stainless steel laminate?
There okorder.com appliance paint 2. What you are referring to really is not laminate steel sheets, it's actually more along the lines of shelf liner paper looks like steel with sticky back film that you peel and stick. Place against product and begin to peel down slowly using squeegee or credit card to smooth out bubbles.Sheets can be purchased rangingin size on OKorder for $9.99 + dependent on size. Called stainless steel appliance film can buy a roll for $60.00 on OKorder (normally sells for $100.00) one roll will cover 3 average sized kitchen appliances. Hope this helps!
Q:why do you heat steel when hardening?
Halps is off base a little. The reason heat is involved in hardening of steels depends, a little bit, on how you are doing the hardening. If you are hardening by work hardening, you do not have to heat it at all. If you are barbarizing (case hardening), the temperature is raised to increase the diffusion rate of carbon into the steel, higher C content - higher hardness. If you are Thur hardening, you have to heat the steel to the austenitizing temperature (so the structure transforms to FCC crystals with higher solubility for C) and then quench it (cool it rapidly enough to freeze the C atoms in the martensite crystal structure). If you slow cool, the steel could end up softer than it started. All of these processes involve atomic level things. If you want to understand them on the atomic level, you need to study physical metallurgy of steels. It is a subject onto itself and is really quite fascinating if you are interested.
Q:steel or graphite?
I use steel shaft golf clubs (mens so called clubs) I find the garphite shaft that is typically used for womens clubs is too light and I have a messy swing Callaway Big Bertha is GREAT .... very forgiving club and the oversized clubhead is great for beginners up to advanced. *****FOR MEN - STEEL******* no graphite (just the woods have graphite shafts but the irons are steel
Q:Stain on stainless steel sink...?
The best product I have ever come across is Barkeeper's Friend. I use the liquid version rather than powdered version. It is a soft soft abrasive scrub designed for stainless steel. I original found it to use it on all my All Clad pots and pans to keep them beautiful and shining. I also have a stainless kitchen now, sink, stove and fridge...and I use Barkeepers on everything. It is fantastic. If you don't want to go out and find Barkeepers tonight, you can get a similar affect using baking soda mixed with dish soap. Make a good paste to gently rub on stains. Be sure to rinse the stainless steel surface thoroughly, and towel dry. If the stains still remain you can try vinegar. Remember to thoroughly rinse and towel dry. But tomorrow go out and get a bottle of BarKeeper's Friend...you will never regret it. UPDATE: just saw a few other answers, DO Not use steel wool (SOS pads) you will scratch the heck out of the finish and you will not be able to fix it.
Q:When was steel first used in buildings?
steel was first used in the 1800s in buildings.
Q:I buy steel!!!?
..mm where are you located? .. how much steel is a lot of steel to you? .. whats it worth to you? .. do ya want it from salvage sorce, or from milled sorces? There is a lot of it around, even places that would pay ya to haul it off..

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