||according to weight
||Standard Export Packing
Cold Rolled Steel Coil
3.Length:as your need
4.Inner Diameter: 508mm
5.Weight of Steel Coil: 3-15MT
6.Heat Treatment: Annealed
7.Surface Quality: FB&FC
8.Surface Status: SB & SD
9.Surface Treatment: Oiling
10.Standard:AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS
12.Delivery time:15-20days after receipting the advance payment.
13.Package: Standard export packing or as your requested.
15.Surface Treatmentunoil,dry,chromate passivated, non-chromate passivated
16.Application:Widely used in ships, automobiles, bridges, buildings, machinery, etc
17.Price terms: FOB CIF CFR
18.Payment : T/T or L/C at sight
19.Samples are available
|3. Inner Diameter||508mm/610mm|
|4. Length||can be done as your requirements.|
|5. Thickness||0.13mm-4.0mm (W.T tolerance ±1%)|
|7.Coil weight||1-3 tons|
|11.related products||Gi sheet|
common structural parts and parts for drawing in engineering machines
transportation machine construction machines, lifting machine,
agricultural machines, light and civil industrial, household appliance industries.
chemical equipments, drive casing pipe and light industrial civil industries.
- Q:Does Stainless Steel rust?
- No it won't rust. Just make sure to get the pool water out of the piercing when done at the pool. Just to avoid drying out the skin too much.
- Q:Movies- Conan: What is the riddle of steel?
- Doom answers this question by explaining to Conan that the true strength of steel is in the hand that wields it – in other words, it is the resolve and commitment we bring to a task, not the quality or quantity of tools we use in performing it, that is the most important factor in determining success
- Q:Is a knife with damascus steel better than one with regular steel? or what about high carbon?
- It all depends on the steel. There are as many types of Damascus as you want to imagine. The old Damascus swords brought back by the Crusaders were far superior to the blades made in Europe at that time, but they probably wouldn't match up to modern steel in performance. Alas, it has been lost to history as to how they were made. Back to modern times. Damascus can be homogeneous steel with the pattern hammered in (hammered steel) or layered (pattern welded) or any number of variations. I make many blades out of crane cable, the pattern is nice and the strength is superior to all others. Layered damascus, done correctly, can have what is called the Damascus cutting effect (DCE). These knives are rare and expensive. The best layered blades are made of high carbon steels of various alloy content. I just recently finished a low count blade made of L-6 and a file (W-1), these offer exceptional edge holding. Factory blades are often not worth buying unless you like pretty knives. I personally make mine to be used. I could write a book on the subject, but others already have. In the end a knife is as only as good as the heat treating, good steel with a bad heat treat will not perform as well as lower quality steel done properly.
- Q:how do they make stainless steel?
- Iron mixed with other metals:
- Q:how does steel become stainless?
- Stainless steel is formed due to other metals present, that are resistant to corrosion. The main one is chromium, which is an excellent protector. Hardness in steel is due to other metals, as well as the carbon content. Chromium, vanadium and tungsten make steel extraordinarily hard. High carbon content makes steel hard but brittle.
- Q:mechanical behaviour data for recycled steel?
- Most recycled steel is blended with new steel at the steel mill. Scrap steel that is reused directly doesn't change it properties because it has been used. That is unless it has been in certain environments such as ones with hydrogen, hydrogen sulfide etc. Then the steel can become brittle. You might look for information on the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE). They have lots of information on metals and what causes problems.
- Q:Do any of you teens out there know what a Steel Guitar is?
- Yessir. No, I can only play a piano and Guitar Hero.
- Q:How to refinish stainless steel appliance?
- How To Refinish Stainless Steel
- Q:Why was molton steel found at ground zero?
- I think there are things that you are missing here. First of all I looked up the MSDS sheet for Steel from US Steel. Steel is made of all kinds of different metals to start with and the melting/freezing point for steel is 1750 F not 2800 according to US Steel. In addition in the World Trade Center buildings there were all kinds of other materials that are normally used in construction that were all burning at the same time which would have added to the temperatures. Not only was it steel but it was iron, calcium and other building materials too. NIST provides a maximum gas temperature due to WTC fires of 1,000 °C: In no instance did NIST report that steel in the WTC towers melted due to the fires. The melting point of steel is about 1,500 degrees Celsius (2,800 degrees Fahrenheit). Normal building fires and hydrocarbon (e.g., jet fuel) fires generate temperatures up to about 1,100 degrees Celsius (2,000 degrees Fahrenheit). NIST reported maximum upper layer air temperatures of about 1,000 degrees Celsius (1,800 degrees Fahrenheit) in the WTC towers (for example, see NCSTAR 1, figure 6-36) Okay I don't know if you know who NIST is but that is the National Institute of Standards and Technology and they are some pretty smart people. They did not say that the steel melted due to the fires, but they did say that the temperatures surely did get high enough to to melt the steel. If US Steel says the melting point for steel is 1750 and NIST says that the temperatures were around 1800 F then that is high enough to melt the steel. I think the key is that there were other materials burning too.
- Q:Is carbon steel a type of alloy?
- Carbon steel, or plain-carbon steel, is a metal alloy. It is a combination of two elements, iron and carbon. Depending upon the amount of presence of carbon in the alloy, Carbon steel can be classified into 4 different categories- Low Carbon Steel Medium Carbon Steel High Carbon Steel Very High Carbon Steel
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