Prepainted Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil(PPGI COIL)

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Galvanized steel coil
1.Size:0.1-7.0x600-1500xC
2.ID:508mm/610mm
3.Standard:JIS G3302 ASTM A653
4.Zinc coating:40-275G                

galvanized steel coil

 

product nameGalvanized steel coil
thickness

0.1mm-7.0mm

width600mm-1500mm

762mm,914mm,1000mm,1200mm,1219mm,1250mm

zinc coating40g-275g

40g, 60g, 80g, 100g, 120g, 140g,180g, 200g, 250g, 275g

standardASTM, AISI, DIN, GB
material

SGCC,DC51D,DX51D,DX52D,,SGCD,Q195,Q235,SGHC,DX54D, S350 GD,

S450 GD,S550 GD

spanglezero spangle, regular spangle or normal spangle
surface treatmentchromated and oiled, chromated and non-oiled
packingexport standard.
paymentT/T or L/C
min order1 tons

coil weight

6-8ton or as client requirement

quality

soft or hard quality

Galvanized Steel Coil

STEEL GRADECHEMICAL COMPOSITION %MECHANIC PROPERTYC.B OF COATINGCOATING
CSiMnSPT.SY.SE.L
x103x103x102x103x103MpaMpa%d=0   180°G/M²
JIS G3302 SGCC123041312148030013OKZ60-150
JIS G3302 SGCH121021188680650
OKZ60-150
ASTM A653 CS.B2030603530386205~38020OKZ80-275
DX51D+Z2921181.81135524538OKZ80-275
G550206735177156548OKZ80-275

(1) Coil ID: 508/610mm, Coil weight: 3-8Ton

(2) Top coating 15-25um, back coating 5-15um, RAL international color

(3) With/Without PE film, Smooth/Matt finish


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    Our products are manufactured strictly according to national and internaional standard, and we take a test on every coil before delivered out. If you want see our quality certifications and all kinds of testing report, please just ask us for it.
Guaranteed: If products’ quality don’t accord to discription as we give or the promise before you place order, we promise 100% refund.

How about price?
    Yes, we are factory and be able to give you lowest price below market one, and we have a policy that “ for saving time and absolutely honest business attitude, we quote as lowest as possible for any customer, and discount can be given according to quantity”,if you like bargain and factory price is not low enough as you think, just don’t waste your time.Please trust the quotation we would give you, it is professional one.

Why should you chose us?
    Chose happens because of quality, then price, We can give you both.Additionally, we can also offer professional products inquiry, products knowledge train(for agents), smooth goods delivery, exellent customer solution proposals.Our service formula: good quality+good price+good service=customer’s trust
SGS test is available, customer inspection before shipping is welcome, third party inspection is no problem.

 

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a lot of people that do a lot of manual labor with their hands prefer stainless steel because it can withstand potential damage on the job.
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Kudos to NXile for his/her post. Ironically, I recently posted a similar answer in this forum and got many thumbs down. The problem with the non-expansion of steel cased ammo is not limited to the blow-back and soot build-up inside the action. The other problem is that your Remington 7400 was engineered at the Remington factory as a sporting firearm that uses brass cased sporting ammunition. When you switch to the steel cased ammo, the casing doesn't have a chance to grab at the walls of the chamber to slow it down. The result is heavier recoil on the action of the gun. Over time, you will break something. Also, I don't like the idea of steel rubbing against steel inside the chamber area of a gun. I know sure sure I won't use steel cleaning rods or brushes to clean the barrel of a rifle. So why would I want to chance shooting steel cased ammo? The only stuff I will shoot steel cased ammo out of are the junky SKS and AK style rifles that I don't care about. Anything with real value...and I only use brass ammo with non-corrosive priming.
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Captain America: The First Avenger -- Mostly because it was a rousing, entertaining, old-school adventure film, plus it was true to the character of Steve Rogers/Captain America. Man of Steel, IMO, had a poor script, tinkered way too much with one of the great superhero origin stories and was not at all true to the character. Historically Superman has always been a symbol of heroism, proud, strong, beaming. But what we got in that movie was an utterly cheerless, dour automaton devoid of any kind of charisma or presence. I don't know who that boring, depressed dude who looked like Superman was in that movie, but he most certainly wasn't Superman.
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Steel is a global commodity. There is some variety in product (flat rolled, tubing, etc), but basically the same product worldwide. Cost to the customer includes shipping of a very heavy product. Inputs are also heavy and costly to ship. Inputs: - Coal - Iron Ore. Some firms have the ability to recycle old steel, a competitive advantage. - Energy (very energy intensive industry) - Labor - Machinery. A new blast furnace is more efficient than 50 years old. So the most profitable steel firms have some of these characteristics: - Proximity to raw materials - Proximity to customers - Access to cheaper means of transportation; rail and sea - Newer machinery - Cheaper labor force - Reasonable cost for electricity and fuel for furnaces
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Grade 440C is capable of attaining, after heat treatment, the highest strength, hardness and wear resistance of all the stainless alloys. Its very high carbon content is responsible for these characteristics, which make 440C particularly suited to such applications as ball bearings and valve parts. Grades 440A and 440B are identical except for slightly lower carbon contents (0.60 - 0.75% and 0.75 - 0.95% respectively); these have lower attainable hardnesses but slightly higher corrosion resistances. Although all three versions of this grade are standard grades, in practice 440C is more available than the A or B variants. A free-machining variant 440F (UNS S44020) also exists, with the same high carbon content as 440C. Again this grade is not readily available in Australia. Martensitic stainless steels are optimised for high hardness, and other properties are to some degree compromised. Fabrication must be by methods that allow for poor weldability and usually also allow for a final harden and temper heat treatment. Corrosion resistance is lower than the common austenitic grades, and their useful operating temperature range is limited by their loss of ductility at sub-zero temperatures and loss of strength by over-tempering at elevated temperatures. Key Properties These properties are specified for bar product in ASTM A276. Similar but not necessarily identical properties are specified for other products such as plate and forgings in their respective specifications.
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Stainless Steel has more advantages than disadvantages. But u asked for disadvantages so they r as follows i've given common disadvantages more can be found on Google. Disadvantages of Stainless Steel: Stainless steel tends to scratch and dent. Food, grease and fingerprints show very clearly on stainless steel, making frequent wiping and cleaning a necessity. High initial cost Difficult to fabricate, or in other words, it is not as malleable as other metals, say iron, and hence if not fabricated properly, results in costly re-work. Difficult to weld High cost of polishing etc. i.e. adding finishing touches for the market. there are advantages more than disadvantages. But u asked for disadvantages that's why i have given only disadvantages of stainless steel Hope what u want u got.
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