PREPAINTED ALUZINC STEEL IN COIL

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1. Thickness: 0.3-0.8mm

2. Width: 914-1250mm

3. Inner Diameter: 508mm

4. Weight of Steel Coil: 3-15MT

5. Available Dipped Layer: 50-150g/m2

6. Surface Texture: Normal Coated

7. Type of coating structure: 2/1 Coat the top surface of the steel sheet twice, coat the bottom surface once, and bake the sheet twice.

8. Front Side Paint Thickness: 15-25μm (bottom paint+top paint)

9. Back Side Paint Thickness: 5-10μm


Mechanical Properties

1. Mechanical properties of base metals

Grade

Tensile Test

Yield Strength

MPa

Tensile Strength

MPa

Elongation A80mm % ≥

SGCC

140-350

270-500

22

SGCD

140-300

270-420

26

SGCE

140-260

270-380

30

2. Common performance of front coating

(1). Thickness: ≥20μm

(2). Pencil Hardness: 2H

(3). 60° specular glossiness of coating: >60

(4). 180°bend: ≤3T

(5). Impact: ≥9J

(6). Salt Fog Resistant: ≥500h

(7). Color difference: <3ΔE


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Q:Middle name for Steel?
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Q:What is the difference between steel toe boots and composite toe?
steel toe boots are just that a piece of steel fitted over the toes, composite toe boots use other materials that are just as hard BUT they do not have the connectivity levels as steel. if you are working in a cold climate steel toes will freeze them toes right off, also electrical environments. my advice get a good pair of composite ones, and you get what you pay for, its worth the investment. more than you could ever imagine. proper foot support. helps legs cramps, back pain etc...
Q:Does mild steel have a high carbon content?
Steel is defined as an alloy of iron and carbon (often supplemented by further materials) with a carbon content between 0.01 % and 2.06 %. 4% is in the realm of cast iron, which isn't quite as rigid as steel. Mild steel contains 0.16 - 0.29% carbon. You're off by more then a decimal.
Q:is alloy steel is same with stainless steel?
*Alloy steel is not same as stainless steel. An alloy steel is not the perfect spring steel. Since you are doing the project, please understand the carbon steel,alloy steel and super alloys. Alloy steel is steel alloyed with a variety of elements in amounts of between 1 and 50% by weight to improve its mechanical properties. Alloy steels are broken down into two groups: low alloy steels and high alloy steels. Stainless steel is a type of high alloy steel. *As far as spring material is concern , spring steel or music wire is best suited. Spring steel is a low alloy, medium carbon steel or high carbon steel with a very high yield strength. This allows objects made of spring steel to return to their original shape despite significant bending or twisting. Silicon is the key component to most spring steel alloys. An example of a spring steel used for cars would be AISI 9255 (DIN and UNI: 55Si7, AFNOR 55S7), containing 1.50%-1.80% silicon, 0.70%-1.00% manganese and 0.52%-0.60% carbon. Most spring steels (as used in cars) are hardened and tempered to about 45 Rockwell C. Since sufficient links were given earlier but I like you to go through spring steel as it is your subject matter. I have done the project on The design of a helical compression spring selected material was ASTM A228 (0.80–0.95% carbon).
Q:Best Quality Steel...............!!?
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Q:why use brass sell casings? why not steel?
Brass has a natural lubricity that makes easier to extract after firing. It also can easily be resized for reloading. Steel offers neither of these properties. It cannot be reloaded so is good for only one single use. Brass has simply shown, by virtue of its metallic characteristics, to be the best choice for manufacturing cartridges.
Q:what steel is best for a sword?
Carbon Steel is the most common, while most live-steel(designed for use) ready sword utilize on of the spring steels you mentioned. Hybrid steel like those used in the Slayer series seem neigh-indestructible. The steel should be strong enough to not notch on a strike, but flexible enough to flex when you bend it, lest it shatter on a hard blow.
Q:Where can you get a thick sheet of steel?
Try the business-to-business yellow pages in your area. A local hardware store can also tell you who to contact. Or search steel plate or sheet metal on the internet to find a local supplier. No, sheet steel is not bullet proof, unless you get heavy plate. Depending on how thick it is, the plate will deform if hit by a high velocity bullet, but usually not enough to matter. Bullets have velocities from about 500 ft/sec up to roughly 3000 ft/sec, depending on the type of weapon used. I wouldn't try to use anything thinner than 3/4 inch. You'll have to experiment and see what it will actually stop. I can't guarantee it'll stop a high-velocity rifle slug. Try it and see.
Q:Damascus steel sword blades question,?
The samari swords are made by folding to make many many alternating layers of different steel compositions. Damascus swords were made differently. The steel was heated and forged (like samari swords) but it was not folded. The patterns produced are due to the micro macro-structure of the steel alloy and the way the steel is forged. Fake Damascus steel knives and gun barrels and other items have been made by pattern welding (forge cladding steels with different compositions together) and then folding and forging with some tricks. google damascus steel and you will find lots of info. hope this helps
Q:whats better? steel irons or graphite?
Graphite is a lot lighter and will allow you to generate more swing speed and probably greater distance. I hit my graphite clubs about one club longer than my steel shafts. But, my steel shafts are far more accurate. I find I hit a lot more greens in regulation using my steel shafted irons than I do with my graphites. Since accuracy is far more important than distance for most people, I choose the steel shafted irons most of the time. You will NEVER see a professional or a low handicapper using graphite irons for this reason.

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