SGCC, SPCC, DC51D, SGHC,A653
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0.16mm-0.6mm *1250mm or under
Steel Coil,Prepainted Steel Coil/sheet
High-strength Steel Plate
1250mm or under
|Color Steel Coil/Sheet:|
Ppgi/Color Coated Steel Plates
Prepainted Steel Coil/sheet
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|Packaging Detail:||seaworthy expot package|
|Delivery Detail:||on request|
1.10 year's experience
2. advanced coating equipment
Colorful ppgi prepainted galvanized steel coil
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High quality products , Sincere service for you
PPGI 0.16-0.6mm 700-1250mm various color/
10 year's experience /SGS
Product Description :
|Raw material||SGCC, SPCC, DC51D, SGHC,A653|
|Width||1250mm or under|
|Surface treatment||galvanized / galvalumized steel sheets|
T Bending (top-coating)
T Bending (back-coating)
|Type of coating structure||2/1 or 2/2 coating, or customized|
|Standard||GB/T12754-2006, GB/T9761-1988, GB/T9754-1988, GB/T6739-1996, HG/T3830-2006, HG/T3830-2006, GB/T1732-93, GB/T9286-1998, GB/T1771-1991, GB/T14522-93|
|Application||Building industry ,structural use, roofing, commercial use ,household appliance,industry facilities,office buildings|
Our advantage :
10 years of manufacture: we know how to properly handle every step of production.
2. Competitive price:
We produce resin and paint by ourself, which greatly reduce our cost!
We have a technician team of 40 people and a QC team of 30 poeple, ensure our products is exactly what you want.
All color Steel Sheets are made of high-quality raw materials.
Our products are certified by TUV, ISO9001:2008,ISO14001:2004 etc.
We have three large-scale production line, to guarantee all your orders will be finished in earlist time
- Q:Does Stainless Steel rust?
- Theoretically stainless steel is supposed to be what it's name says it is - stainless. However there are different grades of stainless so yours might dis-colour if it's low grade. Think of all the stainless steel cutlery you use to eat with - if you keep it clean it doesn't go rusty ; it can if you don't look after it.
- Q:Iron heavier than steel?
- Steel is iron, with other things added that strengthen it and/or make it less rust liable. So, in general, steel is stronger than iron. In so far as the density, that depends on the steel alloy. Some are higher than iron, some lower. Remember there are hundreds of different steel alloys. edit: but the density is still close to that of iron. density steel 7750 to 8050 kg/m³ density iron 7870 kg/m³
- Q:steel refining process?
- Refining process for steel include burning out the extra carbon and impurities with oxygen lancing and protecting the steel from atmospheric gas inclusion by protective environment during such process . Measured % of ferralloys are also added to produce various grades of steel . These may be done in induction furnace/ laddle refining furnace / crucibles converters etc.
- Q:strongest steel ever made?
- I'm a civil/structural engineer. ASTM A 416 is one of the strongest steels, with a nominal yield stress of 243,000 psi and design ultimate strength of 270,000 psi. This steel is commonly used in pre-stressing and post-tensioning of concrete structures. See the link below to one manufacturer of strands and bars made with this type of steel.
- Q:Steel Buildings!!!!!?
- Metal buildings are very cost-effective and costs less than a concrete or a wooden building. Steel prices are quite stable as compared to wood or concrete prices which are constantly rising.
- Q:Why does stainless steel get rusty?
- Stainless steel is manufactured in a variety of different alloys. The percent of Chrome and other metals determine which alloy of stainless is produced. Not all versions of stainless is rust proof, just rust resistant. Not knowing which version of stainless steel you are discussing makes an exact answer difficult. Most stainless steel needs also be exposed to oxygen to retain it's 'stainless' properties. There are also version of steel, Monel and Inconel, that most would consider 'stainless'. Salt water will rapidly affect most versions of stainless with what is called cloride stress corrosion which cause a failure of the lattice structure of the metal. Generally, some stainless steel with a lower chrome content may appear to have discoloration that appears to be rust.
- Q:Can steel oxidize?????????
- Yes - Steel can oxidize, its most commonly called rust Steel is a metal. Depending on the level of oxidation, you might be able to polish it with very fine steel wool. If is is really bad, then you might need a chemical cleaner such as Naval Jelly, which can be found at the hardware store. But the Naval Jelly might discolor the metal, so then you might need to polish it afterward to return its finish.
- Q:Ideas for Fantasy Culture: Steel Making?
- Well, steel is just modified iron, so you're going to have to start with acquiring the iron first. For that, you're most likely going to be using some sort of underground mining somewhere - either they do that themselves, or they purchase the iron elsewhere. Assuming you're not dealing with meteoric iron (which is possible, but pretty uncommon), or iron sands (not likely in a woodland area), then unless you're dealing with a rocky outcropping with iron veins out in the open, I'm pretty sure there needs to be somebody doing some digging. That said, it doesn't need to be a full raping of the land scenario. A couple of minor mines, some small-scale smelting operations, and somebody knowing the secret of making steel, and it could give you small amounts of steel without making an ecological disaster.
- Q:Steel Buildings.........!?
- Both have advantages and disadvantages. Wood is much cheaper than steel. Wood buildings are easier to construct. Wood more easily lends itself to finishing activities (drywall and such on the interior). Wood buildings can be repaired fairly easily when damaged. Steel is stronger, and can be used for much taller buildings. Steel is more durable, it lasts longer and is more resistant to degradation. Steel is more suitable for extreme situations such as earthquakes. The cost and purpose of the building typically drive the decision regarding what material to use. For homes, its usually not feasible to use steel frames, steel just costs too much. For tall buildings, for industrial buildings, steel is used because the benefits outweight the extra cost.
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