PPGI Prepainted galvanized Steel Coil (PPGI/PPGL) / Color Coated Steel/SGCC/Roofing Steel Details
1.3mm to 4.0mm
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600 to 1534MM
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Detail:||Coils and pallets.|
|Delivery Detail:||Depends on the quantity and specifications.|
PPGI Prepainted galvanized Steel Coil (PPGI/PPGL) / Color Coated Steel/SGCC/Roofing Steel Specifications
T bending (top-coating)
T bending (back-coating)
Painting thickness: top
Type of coating structure
Building industry, structural use, roofing, commercial use, household appliance, industry facilities, office buildings
PPGI Prepainted galvanized Steel Coil (PPGI/PPGL) / Color Coated Steel/SGCC/Roofing Steel Pictures
- Q:Scientific answers please: Are there various grades of stainless steel?
- In general, the austenitic stainless steels are considered to have the best overall corrosion resistance of all the stainless steels and to be the most resistant to industrial atmospheres and acid media. As the corrosion conditions become more severe (e.g. higher temperatures and stronger acids), more alloy content above that in type 304 is required. The addition of over 2% Mo to austenitic stainless steels increases resistance to pitting. Type 316 is a popular alloy in this class and contains 2.5% Mo.
- Q:Which is stronger for cars, carbon fiber or steel?
- Depends on the design/construction.
- Q:Design of Steel Building - ARCHITECTURE ?
- Vinyl fiberglass insulation is getting popular with the steel building industry. The vinyl fiberglass insulation offers a shining look to the building and is resistant to dust as well as condensation. Effective ventilation inside the steel building can also help in preventing the condensation process inside the building. Besides, the building doors should be insulated effectively so as to minimize the heat loss. Be sure to seal all the door gaps in the building. All these steps are necessary to follow to get an effectively insulated steel building.
- Q:Stainless steel?????????
- Worth very little as far as I'm concerned. It has a very poor co efficient of heat, is hard to lubricate to keep the food from sticking and will develop a hot spot easily. My preference is a good quality cast iron, it is heavy but conducts heat well and spreads it evenly. Stainless with copper bottoms is marginal for boiling water but it does clean easily. There are several alloys on the market that are usable as cook ware. Aluminum is worse than stainless. Of the pure metals, copper is the best conductor of heat, cast iron is my choice, spun steel does work. Hope this helps. Never wash cast iron cookware with soap and water.
- Q:Will this temperature affect the strength of steel component parts during the galvanizing process?
- galvanize a Steel will lose some Small strength bu it will prolong the steel
- Q:Where can I get a steel taper kit?
- This okorder.com/ Preferably something under $40 and from a reputable website. I don't know how much...
- Q:Is Galvanized Steel a raw material?
- As a specially coated type of steel, galvanized metal enjoys a great reputation as being an ideal building product to use for any type of structure that is expected to stand for many years. Here are some basics about how galvanized steel is created, as well as how it can be used in various building projects. Galvanized metal is simply steel in some form that has received a thin coating of zinc oxide. The purpose of the zinc is to protect the steel from elements that normally would lead to oxidation, corrosion and the eventual weakening of the steel. In this sense, the zinc coating acts as what is called a sacrificial anode. In other words, the zinc will protect the steel from corrosion by acting as a barrier between the steel and the corrosive agent, at least until the zinc coating has been completely oxidized. Galvanized metal can be made into supports, girders and even into sheets of metal that can be used in all sorts of construction and building projects.
- Q:Stainless steel scrubber?
- I posted this earlier to a similar question... Really burnt on gunk in the bottom like milk or blackened food can easily be cleaned out of stainless steel pots and pans by sprinkling baking soda in the bottom, covering with vinegar, let simmer with a little water for 5 min. Let cool, scrub out with a vinyl scrubby. or I use a lot of stainless steel for cooking and over the years have found a very inexpensive solution to cleaning them especially the ones with burnt food stuck at the bottom. I use Used fabric softner sheets (sheets that i have already used in the dryer for my clothes) and have them soak in water in the dirty pan overnight. Next morning i use the same sheet as scrubber to clean the pan and all the burnt food comes off easily leaving a new look to the pan. Try it this works.
- Q:Does cold steel of kershaw make better knives?
- Cold Steel while not made in the U.S. are still good knifes. I EDC a 2 Mini Tanto as my third knife for over 16 years. Recently the scales fell off and were lost, they are no longer available. My #2 EDC for the last 11 years has been a Kershaw Chive and it is still on my belt behind my Blackberry. I move between 2 EDC primary knives a 1996 Benchmade/Emerson CQC-7 and a Emerson Model I folder. I have gotten great service from all of them, and I rate them as follows: 1) Emerson 2) Cold Steel or Benchmade (Blue or Black Box product) 3) Benchmade (Red Box - made outside of US) or Kershaw All of the 2nd and 3rd tetieruys have non US products, not neccessarily bad. I have had good results all of them. Value for the dollar = Benchmade Blue Box. Decent value for entry price Kershaw is good as a first knife. Hope this helps.
- Q:Reloading and shooting steel.?
- You can't reload steel cases. I don't really know, but you just can't. If a mild steel case is harder than the chamber and bolt of your firearm, you should have got a better firearm.
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