Prepainted Steel Coil with Matt Finish for Construction

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25 m.t.
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10000 m.t./month

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Model NO.:0.50*1000*C

Surface Treatment:Coated

Certification:ISO, SGS, BV, ISO9001:2008 &SGS

Technique:Cold Rolled

Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, AISI, DIN, BS

Application:Sandwich Panels, Corrugated Steel Sheets

Edge:Slit edge

Stock:Not Stock

Steel Grade:CGCC & Cglcc

Thickness:0.16~1.20mm

Coil Width:600~1250mm

Coil ID:508/610 Mm

Color:Ral Color or as Customer′s Color Sample

Export Markets:Global

Additional Info.

Packing:Seaworthy, Standard Export Package, in Container

Standard:0.50*1000*C

Origin:China

HS Code:7210701000

Production Capacity:220, 000 Tons/Year

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 Description:
1) Standard: JIS G3312 CGCC & CGLCC, equivalent to ASTM A755M, EN10169
2) Grade: CGCC and CGLCC
3) Hardness: Both soft and full hard are available
4) Surface finish: With or without protect film covered
5) Thickness range: 0.16-1.20mm
6) Coil width: 600-1250mm, general 914mm, 1000mm, 1220mm and 1250mm.
7) Shape: Both sheet and coil are available
8) Coating: Z40 to Z275, or AZ30 to AZ150
9) Paint thickness: Top 5 um + (10-20) um polyester, Reverse 5-10 um Epoxy
10) Color: any RAL code, or according to customer's sample
11) Coil weight: 3-6 tons, or according to customer's requirements
12) Max loading in one 20ft container: 25 tons generally
13) MOQ: 25 tons for each thickness or color;
14) Delivery time: 2 weeks or one month generally.
15) Applications: Widely used for roof tiles, outer walls, ovens, explosive-proof steel, electrically controlled cabinets, and industrial freezers in the residential and industrial buildings.


 Prepainted galvanized steel coil ( PPGI ) Prepainted galvalume steel coil ( PPGL )
Standard  JIS G3312 CGCC
  ASTM A755M
  EN10169
J IS G3322 CGLCC
AS 1397 G2+AZ
Valid thickness   0. 16 ~1. 2 0mm  0. 16 ~1. 2 0mm
Coil width  600~1250mm  600~1250mm
Coil ID  508mm & 610mm  508mm & 610mm
Coil weight  3~5 tons  3~5 tons
Coating   4 0~275 g/m2   AZ30 to AZ150
Paint  t hickness ,  top  side    15~25 microns  15~25 microns
P aint  t hickness ,  reverse  5~7 microns  or  15~25 microns  5~7 microns  or  15~25 microns
Color  any RAL code  any RAL code
Package  vertical, eye to sky & horizontal  vertical, eye to sky & horizontal
MOQ  25 tons  25 tons


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Steel will look like polished steel. And Graphite or CF will be painted or clear over the black CF fibers. Basically - if it looks like steel it is. You could look up you clubs on google also. Many times the shafts have the material, stiffness and other info printed right on them.
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I think you answered the question correctly yourself. Yes. BRASS CASE IS BETTER. MUCH MUCH BETTER. Steel case is for the birds. Brass case feeds better in semi-autos as far as I can remember. High end guns all the way to cheapo's, the brass stuff is better. Ever notice how steel case cartridges almost always seem to have visible bulges in the cases right at the butt ends of the bullets? ? ? Not quite so with brass ammo. Cheap shots or expensive shots I prefer ammo in brass.
Q:Why is Iron used to create steel? ?
iron came before steel. iron is what was discovered that, under certain circumstances, became a stronger metal: steel. that is why. its like asking why copper is in bronze. because what we call bronze, is an alloy of copper and tin. if you give a more detailed question, i may be able to give a more detailed answer.
Q:Is diamond lighter than steel?
Diamond has half the density of steel but would make a terrible sword because it is not very tough. Toughness is a material's ability to resist breakage from forceful impact: Diamond has a toughness of 2.0 MPa·m1/2 and has a critical stress intensity factor of 3.4 MN·m−3/2. That makes it tough for a gem but are poor compared with steels. Plus diamond has a cleavage plane.
Q:is steel is natural content of earth.?
First of all, use spell check and read back over what you wrote before submitting it. Second of all steel is a product made from iron through a very complicated scientific process which I will not bother to explain to you at this time. Iron is a naturally occuring substance on our planet which is mined from within the earth like other minerals. Furthermore, I don't recall the Bible saying anything about steel from outer space. What Bible are you reading?
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Q:When was steel first used in buildings?
steel was first used in the 1800s in buildings.
Q:Do steel guns burn when exposed to flames/ extreme heat?
Steel guns would be very hard to melt, and impossible to burn, in any circumstances you could reasonably expect them to encounter at least. If you expose them to a flame they'll just get carbon on them from the flame, turning them black...
Q:911 conspiacy theorists. Can fire melt steel?
They can't melt that fast At that temperature, the fire caused by the jet's fuel didn't hot enough to melt the concrete steel. As you see in the video the flame took only 20 minutes. The heat is not fast enough to penetrate all fragment of the concrete steel from top to the foundation, steel is not a good heat conductor like the iron. The explosion only took 5 stories, even all flame in all stories will take 4 hours to melt the core - in this case the core is the worst quality alloy which I don't think is used by WTC. The speed of the falling of WTC building was way too fast. It only took about 9.5 seconds. As an illustration, we throw an object - no matter the weight from the top of WTC, let's count how long it takes from the top to the ground as easy as senior high physics. We took the height of as h = 526.3 m, the gravity 9.8 m/s^2 then apply them to the Newton's equations, h = 1/2*g*t^2 then t = sqrt(2*h/g) = sqrt(526.3/9.8) = 7.32 seconds. The difference is just 2.2 seconds. The resistance of the concrete and solid materials should give at least 200% of the fall duration. WTC's 9.5 secs to fall is even faster a ball sliding on its wall from top the ground. I don't know what happened there. But my Basic Physics lecturer at first grade in my college -who concentrates in Materials- said that it is very odd that the flame burning 5 stories (at most 2% of 110 stories WTC) took only 20 minutes to melt the core of 30% after explosion top stories' core. A friend of mine, got summa cumlaude Bsc in civil engineering - concentrated in structure, said that the pan cake fall has never occured before due to fire causes. If the heat is hot enough to melt the core then the building should bend forward at a broad angle because the strain caused by the heat is not uniformly distributed along the building's core - remember steel is not a good heat conductor. I'm not speculatiing, but 9/11 is an odd tragedy
Q:What is the Rockwell (HRC) Indentation Hardness of Steel?
The general purpose default steel for hard tooling applications is A2 It's cheap, readily available and comes in many different shapes and sizes. It's easy to machine soft. It's easy to harden, you can do it yourself. It is very dimensionally stable during hardening. All the steels mentioned above are specialty steels - expensive to buy, hard to work with, expensive to heat treat and dimensionally unstable during heat treat.

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