||Hot Rolled,Cold Rolled,Cold Drawn
||Q195,Q215,Q235,Q215B,Q235B,RHB335,HRB400,200 Series,300 Series,400 Series,600 Series,SS400-SS490,10#,20#,A53(A,B)
Standard:ASTM, GB, JIS
Special Use:High-strength Steel Plate
Length:Under 5 Meter
Bundle Weight:2-3 Tons
Export Markets:South America, Southeast Asia, Africa, Mid East, Eastern Asia
Packing:Seaworthy Standard Export Package
Origin:Boxing County, Shandong Province
Production Capacity:60000 Tons/Year
corrugation of hdgi for roofing :
|With the professional produce line, we can manufacture the best quality with competitive price as below:|
|Sheet Width:||760-1075 mm|
|Bundle weight:||2.0-3.0 MT|
|Surface finish :||60-120g/m2 zinc coating and the customers requirment!|
|Type:||YX28-207-828, YX14-63.5-850, YX15-225-900,|
YX35-125-750 , YX76-380-760, YX12-110-880,
YX10-130-910, YX25-205-820/1025, YX25-210-840/1050,
|Standard:||JIS G3302, JIS G3313, ASTM A653, GB/T2518-88, GB11253-89,ASTM A1008- 2000,BS,ETC.|
|Packing:||wrapped by plastic film and waterproof paper, and then fastened on wooden pallet.|
Used in building material field,Pipe making, furniture making,others
|Delivery times :||20 days after received T/T or L/C|
|Payment terms :||T/T or L/C ( or as your demand)|
|Supply ability :||6,000 ton per month|
|County we ever exported: Indonesia, Georgia, Mozambique, Somalia, Myanmar, Argentina,India,Dubai,|
we can supply you the products you need with most competitive price and high quality.
special size and standard can be accepted!
Details of Type:
1.What's your MOQ?
25MT, it is for one container.
2.Do you have QC teams?
Yeah, sure, our QC team is very important, they will keep the quality control for our products.
3. What's your normal delivery time?
Our delivery time about 10-20days for standard sizes, if you have other requirements like hardness and width ,it is about 20-40days. But don't worry ,we also try our best for the delivery time ,because time longer and our cost is higher.
4.Are the products tested before shipping?
Yes, all of our PPGI and GI was qualified before shipping. We test every batch every day.
- Q:Who invented the steel windmill?
- The Steel Eclipse Type WG was the first of several self-oiling steel windmills marketed by Fairbanks, Morse, and Company after they became the distributor of all the Eclipse mills about the start of the 20th Century. It has the more important distinction of having been the only widely distributed worm-gear mill in the history of American windmill manufacture. Produced from about 1926 to the mid-1930's, the Steel Eclipse remains in the field today in considerable number in most parts of the country. Hope this helps!
- Q:Will lava melt steel?
- some lava is hot enough to melt steel. Mostly, though, the metal would react with the lava and get eaten up that way rather than directly melting. Most lava can contain an awful lot of iron and other metals without any difficulty and are rarely saturated with those metals.
- Q:Is a aircraft carrier made up mostly of aluminum or steel?
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- 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:Why are most homes framed of wood rather than steel?
- Basically, it's because wood was available first and wood is still the cheaper, more widely available material. Way back when man started building dwellings similar to what we have now, steel was not an option for the masses. The process probably hadn't even been invented or perfected yet, there was not the widespread transportation of goods that we have today either. Early shelters were not even put together with nails, they use wooden pegs because metal was so expensive and not widely available. I can't say that it would be better for the environment; it takes a tremendous amount of electricity to smelt and produce metals. And you have the emissions problems from the factories and the power generation. I'd have to do more research on that one. A managed timber stand actually reduces greenhouse gasses and every scrap of that tree can be used in one form or another. The only energy expenditures are moving the trees to the saw mill, cutting at the saw mill and transportation of the goods after that point. And that would be a lot less than the power required to make the same number of feet of steel products.
- Q:turps and stainless steel?
- real s/steel is nickel and chrome, however manufacturers of kitchenware, e.g s/teel cutlery use the cheaper version of nickel chrome and iron, that is why some s/steel products rust, so if you want to test any products carry asmall magnet and test the article
- Q:questions about steel barns?
- steel would be cheeper and last longer
- Q:slingshot ammo: glass or steel?
- Steel has more mass.
- Q:Best steel for a all purpose knife?
- Do you want apples or oranges? It's that kind of question. Here's my opinion. For large blades (over 6) 5160 or L-6 done properly makes a nearly unbreakable knife. I once pulled my 65lb vice out of the work bench with an 8 L-6 blade. As carbon content goes up edge holding increases but at the cost of overall strength. For smaller blades I prefer O-1 and 52100, these steels have about twice the edge holding as 5160 but cannot pass the 90deg bend test without breaking. 1095 is a fine steel, I prefer to make damascus from it, but when I do make a blade I want to show a temper line as this steel will do it well. Then we get into high alloy, D-2 is about as balanced as they come and for a smaller blade is second to none save the CPM steels. The CPM steels are very expensive and like the homogonous steel come in many alloys. As far as a chipping edge, that's more an indication of improper heat treating than anything. Carbon steel has more strength and edge holding potential than stainless. D-2 has enough chromium to be somewhat stainless but not beyond the threshold that grain growth becomes an issue. One last thing, the grind is important. The popular hollow grind cuts easily but is weak at the edge because it is thin. A flat grind has more mass and done properly cuts as well as the hollow. The convex is the strongest and is best suited for chopping or a polished edge to push through the material.
- Q:Fallout 3, missions in broken steel?
- I purely have been given it, and that i had carried out all the missions. i all started at a save element interior the midst of the sport so i ought to nonetheless redo some tiers and it pops up and tells you that the point cap has been raised. you nonetheless can do all the outdated missions no prob. in spite of in case you all started a sparkling character and went with the aid of them lower back you would be waiting to get to point 30 and then proceed on after the unique ending.
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