Prepainted Galvanized Steel with Zinc Coated/Cold Steel Rolled

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Color Coated Galvanzied Steel

1, Grade: SGCC, PPGI CGCC, SGLCC
2, Width: 800-1250mm
3, Thickness: 0.3-1.0mm
4, Color: ALL RAL

* Base Material: Al-Zn Galvanized Steel Coil. SGLCC
* Top side: 15-25 microns primer microns polyester.
* Back side: 5-8 microns primer epoxy.
* Width: 800-1, 250mm
* Thickness: 0.3 -1.0mm Thickness tolerance: +/- 0.02mm
* Al-Zn coating: 30-150g /sq. M. Or can be provided as clients' requirements
* Color: All RAL colour is available or customer supplying the sample
* Inner diameter of coil: 508mm&610mm.
* Packing: Standard seaworthy packing or according to user's need.
* Weight of each coil: 9 tons max
* Guarantee/ warranty

Usage
1. Used as roof panel, wall panel in steel structure in warehouse, factories, exibition hall container houses, cold storage,
2. It is also mainly used in light industry, automobile, construction, animal husbandry, fishery and commerce, etc.

Packing
1. Metal band strapping
2. Outside diameter ring
3. Label
4. Protective steel sheet
5. Water and rustproof paper
6. Steel sheet

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ANSWER: Yes, sure, but it normally depending on the order value

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Q:whats the difference between weld steel and sheet metal?
galvanized steel gives off poisonous fumes when you weld it
Q:serious question! Dual-phase steel?
Dual Phase steels refers to a distinct group of alloys which are used for automotive bodies. These were developed to give improved deep drawing (for shaping) and strength while on the road. Most of the work was started at the same time in the 1970s as a response to the oil crisis (history repeats!) with SSAB in Europe, US Steel and British Steel leading the way. There are many variants of the dual phase alloys prefered by each of the auto manufacturers. The work on these steels led the way for TRIP (transformation induced plasticity) steels, rephosphorised steels and HSLA (high strength low alloy) steels. There is a distinction between these steels and duplex steels which typically refer to austenitic/ferrtic stainless steels. Also be aware that everyday low carbon steels with 0.1%-0.6% carbon will have a ferritic/pearlitic structure but are not considered to be dual phase So to summarise: Who - major steel companies worldwide When - from about 1973 onwards (up to around 1977 when the developments went in other directions) Where - Europe, USA and Japan (but I'm not sure who it was in Japan doing the work)
Q:what are the differences between chrome and stainless steel?
Chrome is a very hard metal that is plated over regular steel. It often chips and cracks off, allowing rust to form underneath. Stainless steel is an alloy of steel and nickel (I think) - sometimes the pipe is solid stainless, more often it's a coating. It doesn't rust, but also doesn't look as shiny in the beginning (stainless always looks better after a little time 0 chrome plate never lasts.) It's also softer, meaning that it doesn't tend to flake off like chrome does. Chrome plating if mainly for looks - stainless steel is for the longevity of your new parts. Chrome also tends to hold the heat in - not always good, as it will discolour with intense heat (very common on exhaust pipes), and the greater expansion and contraction during its usual heating and cooling cycles tends to make it flake off more easily. Bottom line - are you more interested in performance and keeping the car running well, or are you interested in temporary, short-term looks? After all, there's a reason that pro race engines don't use chrome plating.
Q:CONNECTING STAINLESS STEEL TUBE (SOLDER?)?
Soft Soldering All grades of stainless steel can be soldered with lead-tin soft solder. Leaded solders should not be used when the product being soldered is used for food processing, serving or transport. Soldered joints are relatively weak compared to the strength of the steel, so this method should not be used where the mechanical strength is dependent upon the soldered joint. Strength can be added if the edges are first lock-seamed, spot welded or riveted. In general, welding is always preferable to soldering. Recommended procedure for soldering: · 1. The steel surfaces must be clean and free of oxidation. · 2. A rough surface improves adherence of the solder, so roughening with grinding wheel, file or coarse abrasive paper is recommended. · 3. Use a phosphoric acid based flux. Hydrochloric acid based fluxes require neutralising after soldering as any remnant traces will be highly corrosive to the steel. Hydrochloric acid based fluxes are not recommended for soldering of stainless steels. · 4. Flux should be applied with a brush, to only the area being soldered. · 5. A large, hot iron is recommended. Use the same temperature as for carbon steel, but a longer time will be required because of stainless steel's low thermal conductivity. · 6. Any type of solder can be used, but at least 50% tin is recommended. Solder with 60-70% tin and 30-40% lead has a better colour match and greater strength.
Q:steel shafted fairway woods...?
There are very few people who hit steel shafted fairway woods. Tiger Woods used to have a steel shafted 3 wood but went to graphite because it didn't feel right because of his driver. Go get custom fit for a shaft and see if a steel shaft is good to make sure because you don't want to turn aroung a get a graphite shaft anyway if the steel shaft doesn't work. Go with whatg works the first time so you don't put out more money later.
Q:How to sharpen a knife with the stone and the steel?
here okorder.com/
Q:Besides stainless steel....?
In addition to silver, white gold, and titanium, it could be an alloy-a mix of a bunch of different metals. If she's allergic to stainless steel, though, she's probably allergic to nickel as well, which is often in metal alloys. Pewter is another silver-color metal that is sometimes used in rings. A pretty expensive silver-colored metal is platinum, but unless your girlfriend is rich or you gave it to her it's pretty unlikely she has a platinum ring. Your best bet would be to ask her if she knows what it's made of.
Q:Stainless steel?
No they can not, it depends on the type of finish the stainless steel has. They do make a product called never dull. It is a polishing cloth that will soften the metal as it polishes.
Q:Is VG-1 Stainless Steel any good in a folding knife?
I carry a french knife that has been made the same way for 400 years , the manufacturer is called Opinel,...they fold up and are carbon steel and for what I do are very period correct for anything from 1700's through 1800's...any way they are very good and come in like 5 different sizes.... check and see if they have a web site....
Q:What's the difference between stainless steel and surgical steel...?
Surgical stainless steel is a variation of steel usually consisting of an alloy of chromium (12–20%), molybdenum (0.2–3%), and sometimes nickel (8–12%). The chromium gives the metal its scratch-resistance and corrosion resistance. The nickel provides a smooth and polished finish. The molybdenum gives greater hardness, and helps maintaining a cutting edge. In metallurgy, stainless steel (inox) is defined as a ferrous alloy with a minimum of 10% chromium content.[1] The name originates from the fact that stainless steel does not stain, corrode or rust as easily as ordinary steel. This material is also called corrosion resistant steel when it is not detailed exactly to its alloy type and grade, particularly in the aviation industry

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