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|Packaging Detail:||standard seaworthy export packing: 3 layers of packing, inside is kraft paper, water plastic film is in the middle and outside GI steel sheet to be covered by steel strips with lock, with inner coil sleeve.|
ppgl steel coil
Color:all Ral color
Hardness: Soft to full hard
1.PPGL Steel information
ASTM A653, JIS G3302,GB/T3830-2006
Galvanized steel coils,
Ral number or as per your request
Standard seaworthy export packing: 3 layers of packing, inside is kraft paper, water plastic film is in the middle and outside GI steel sheet to be covered by steel strips with lock, with inner coil sleeve.
Within 10-15days after signing contract
TT or L/C
30000MT per month
workshop, storeroom, roofing,kiosk...
- Q:can you put nylon strings on a steel string acoustic guitar?
- As others have said, it is not recommended because the steel-string neck is meant to handle the tension of steel strings, and nylon strings have much less tension. It won't do any immediate damage, especially if you loosen your truss rod a full turn or two to compensate. But if you keep the nylon strings on for too long your neck may twist or warp irreversibly. I don't recommend doing it, but if you want to try it anyway, get nylon strings with ball ends (Martin makes Darco strings with ball ends, and there are also Black Diamond strings with ball ends). Putting nylon strings on a steel-string guitar is not nearly as bad as putting steel strings on a nylon-string guitar -- whatever you do, don't do that!
- Q:For those metal experts out there, steel or stainless steel.?
- Stainless Steel is an allow of Chrome and Steel and several other additives. There are at least 100 types of Stainless.. Most common is 300 Series , that the cheapest and used in household stuff. Then there is the 400 series in that series is a stainless that can be heat treated because it contains sufficient carbon to do so. I would say if its wear you are looking for Stainless is not wear resistant to the extent other steels are. You want a heat treatable oil hardenting steel for that purpose. A good example and an old reliable one is what is called O-1 or oil hardening one. It can be heated with a torch at the wear end and quenched in oil right on the fab site. to a hardness of Rockwell C of about 55 or so and wears well. I suppose the best basket would be a 300 Series stainless to reduce rusting with end pieces that are probably bolted on made of O-1 heat treated to RC of about 55 or so. Of course if you make the wear ends removable with bolts, you can really get some wear steels for those wear parts You can use High Speed Steel RC=95, Drills are high speed steel. and even a material called Hasteloy next to carbide in hardeness. I suspect those baskets are made of Stainless Steel with wear ends of another material as ive discussed above.
- Q:Hiking with steel toe-capped boots?
- They are very heavy not like hiking boots but it is your choice
- Q:Steel Strings or Nylons?
- There is no OR about it. You CANNOT use steel strings on a nylon string guitar because the increased tension will actually warp the top of the guitar and eventually pull the bridge right off! (I have seen it happen several times!) Although it is possible to put nylon strings on a steel string guitar it is not recommended. Nylon strings do not have as much tension as a steel string guitar is designed for. Steel string guitar necks are actually designed with a bit of back bow to compensate for the high tension of steel strings. Nylon strings have a much lower tension which could cause the neck of a steel string to settle slightly, which could actually cause the strings to fret out. It is not common, but it does happen. So keep your guitars happy and only string them with the proper strings.
- Q:Is steel Framing eco friendly?
- Most of it is made from recycled iron and steel. You can also climb a ladder carrying a dozen steel studs far easier than you can lumber studs. It is this latter part why it is so popular in some areas.
- Q:What knife steel will last the longest?
- Hard okorder.com/: The nature, composition, and thickness of the protective surface oxides that form on titanium alloys depend on environmental conditions. In most aqueous environments, the oxide is typically TiO2, but may consist of mixtures of other titanium oxides, including TiO2, Ti2O3, and TiO. High-temperature oxidation tends to promote the formation of the chemically resistant, highly crystalline form of TiO, known as rutile, whereas lower temperatures often generate the more amorphous form of TiO, anatase, or a mixture of rutile and anatase. Although these naturally formed films are typically less than 10 nm thick and are invisible to the eye, the TiO; oxide is highly chemically resistant and is attacked by very few substances, including hot, concentrated HCl, H2SO4, NaOH, and (most notably) HF. This thin surface oxide is also a highly effective barrier to hydrogen.
- Q:Pistol Polymer Frames? Good as Steel? Walther P22 OK?
- All polymer frames are cast around steel 'skeleton' inserts, which bear the stress and wear between receiver slide, as well as other wear points. The great advantage to polymer frames is the lower weight over the polymer composite compared to an all-steel or other metal alloy receiver frame. As all wear contact points are 'steel-to-steel', the service life expectancy of a polymer-frame weapon will be the same as an all-steel frame design. NO polymer-frame design I know of has ANY stress or load contact points between metal and polymer-only surfaces. My polymer-frame H-K USP and my Glocks are constructed this way.
- Q:What company sells strong steel doors for homes?
- You can find strong steel door here...
- Q:Cast iron Vs. Stainless steel?
- Cast iron. That's what OEMs use obviously it's better. Bring on the Thumbs Down from the peanut gallery.
- Q:Does stainless steel watches rust?
- Stainless steel doesn't usually rust..... However, a lot of so-called stainless steel watch cases are actually base-metal, and does.
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