Pre-Painted Steel Coil Thickness 0.3mm-2mm Width 1250mm

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Specifications;
1. Aluzinc coating mass: 30g-275g/sqm
2. Coil weight: 4-6 tons per coil
3. Edge treatment: Mill edge or cut edge.
4. Technical treatment: Bright annealed, flatting, cold harden.
5. Surface treatment: Annealed, bright finish, dull/bright finish, slit edge.
6. Spangle: Normal/small/big/zero spangle.
7. Delivery terms: FOB / C&R / CIF
8. Supply Ability: 30000MT/month
9. Application: The construction industry: The roof structure, keel, grill, Clapboard, ceilings, fire shutter doors, etc; The light industry, the Automobile, agriculture, animal husbandry, fishery, casing of household Electronic application, civilian smoke stack, etc.
10. Delivery time: Within 30 days after the receipt of L/C or Signed the contract or according to customer's requirement.
Special design available according to requirement; Anti-corrosion And high-temperature resistant with black painting; All the production process Are made under the ISO9001: 2000 strictly

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Galvanzied steel coil( GI, CRC)


Color coated steel coil(PPGI)



Package: Sea worthy Export Packing Standard export and seaworthy packing. (waterproof paper and metal sheet protection with fluted rings at inner and outer edges, 4 eye bands and 4 circumferential bands fasten the coil)

 

NAME
 

PPGI

GALVANIZED
 

GALVALUME/ALUZINC
 

CERTIFICATE

ISO9001:2008

 
 
STANDARD
 

EN10142
JIS G3302
GB/T-12754-2006

ASTM A653
JIS G3302
SGCC/SGCH
GB/T2518
European Standard

ASTM A792
JIS G3321
JIS G3317
 

 
 
 
GRADE
 
 

CGCC
CGCH
CGCD1-CGCD3
CGC340-CGC570
GRADE
 
 

SS GRADE33-80
SGCC
SGCH
SGCD1-SGCD3
SGC340-SGC570
SGCC
DX51D

GRADE33-80
SGLCC
SGLCD
SGLCDD
SGLC400-SGLC570
SZACC
SZACH
SZAC340R

MODEL NO

0.16MM-1.5MM*1250MM OR UNDER

(0.12-1.5)*1250MM OR UNDER

0.16MM-1.5MM*1250MM OR UNDER

 
 
TYPE
 
 
 

Steel coil
Steel sheets/plates
Corrugated steel sheets/plates
 

Steel coil
Steel sheets/plates
Corrugated steel sheets/plates

Steel coil
Steel sheets/plates
Corrugated steel sheets/plates
 

 
TECHNIQUE

Hot rolled-cold rolled
-galvalume /galvanized
-PPGI/PPGL

Hot rolled-cold rolled
- galvanized

Hot rolled-cold rolled
-galvalume /Aluzinc
 

SURFACE
TREATMENT

Mini/regular/big/zero spangle,
Chromate treatment /chromate-free treatment /untreated unoile/oiled,
TENSION LEVELLERT SKIN PASS anti-fingerprint/un-anti-fingerprint,
Coating,color

Mini/regular/big/zero spangle,
Chromate treatment /chromate-free treatment /untreated unoile/oiled,
TENSION LEVELLERT SKIN PASS anti-fingerprint/un-anti-fingerprint,
Coating
 

APPLICATION

Structural use ,roofing, commercial use, household appliance, industry, family

SPECIAL
APPLICATION

Wear resistant steel, high- strength - steel plate

 

Pre-Painted Steel Coil Thickness 0.3mm-2mm Width 1250mm

Pre-Painted Steel Coil Thickness 0.3mm-2mm Width 1250mm

 

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Well, you couldn't play traditional flamenco on a steel string guitar, that's for sure. What you could do is learn some flamenco chords and chord progressions. One problem is that a lot of flamenco techniques on a steel string guitar -- rasgueado, for example -- will literally sand your right hand fingernails down to the nub. It's not going to be pretty, and will probably be painful. Even on a flamenco guitar I protect my right hand nails with a thin coat of super glue. Also, the fingerboard of a flamenco guitar is wider than that of a steel string guitar. That's because many of the notes played in flamenco are actually played with the left hand, not the right hand - lots of hammer ons and pull offs. You can do that higher up the neck on an steel string guitar, but it would be hard to do that in first position on that guitar. Anyway, yes, to a small extent you could conceivably do something that has a flamenco sound on a steel string guitar. But why? You can get a great student model flamenco guitar from Yamaha. It's only $350. Then, you need a teacher. Flamenco is difficult to learn (I've been at it for ten years) and it's important to learn from an instructor who can teach you the correct techniques. Otherwise, you just have to learn everything all over again when you finally do take lessons. Intermediate and advanced students can learn from a video, but beginners really need face time with an instructor. Best wishes.
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Make your choice based on the type of music you intend to play. Nylon strings are used primarily for classical, flamenco and folk music. Steel strings are used for pop, rock, blues, country, folk, bluegrass.... Both types of guitar are tuned the same, so you *can* play any style of music on either guitar. The big difference is in the tone. Nylon strings are rich and full...if perhaps a little mellow. Steel strings are twangy and have a bite to the sound. There are differences in the construction and feel of the guitars, but that's not critical to your decision. Match the guitar to the music you intend to play. At 14 yrs old, you are certainly big enough for a full sized guitar....and I'll bet you're still growing, right? Even full sized guitars still vary in the size of the body. Try a few out to see how well they fit your reach.
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