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1) AVAILABLEDESIGNATION OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils

Quality Q/BQB440-2003 JIS G3312-1994 EN 10326-2004 ASTM A653-02a

EN 10327-2004(BASE PLATE)

(BASEPLATE)  

Commercial SteelTDC51D CGCC DX51D+Z/AZ CS Type A/B/C

Forming Steel(TSt01,TSt02,TSt03) CGCD1 FS Type A, Type B

Drawing TDC52D/TDC53D - DX52D+Z/AZ DDS TYPE A/C

Steel DX53D+Z/AZ

StructuralTS280GD(TStE28) CGC400 S280D+Z/AZ SS275

SteelTS350GD(TStE34) CGC440 S350D+Z/AZ SS340 Class1


2) OURSPECIFICATION OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils

Available Size:

ManufacturerThickness Width Length of plate Inner diameter of coil

JIANGSU HUIYESTEEL SHEET CO.,LTD 0.2-1.2mm 800/914/1000/1200/1219/1250mm 1000-6000mm508mm/610mm


Coated Mass OF(Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Base plateAvailable Coated Mass(g/m^2)

Galvanized Steel80, 100, 120, 160, 180

Galvalume Steel50, 70, 150



AvailablePainting OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Category ofPainting Item Code

Polyester PE

High-durabilitypolyester HDP

Silicon modifiedpolyesters SMP

Polyvinylidenefluoride PVDF

Easy-Cleaning —

PaintingThickness Top side: 20+5microns;

Bottom side:5~7microns.

Color SystemProduce according to RAL Color System or as per buyer’s color sample.

Paintingstructure Top surface Bottom surface  

Primer coatingNo coating 1/0

Primer coatingPrimer coating 1/1

Primer coating +Finish coating No coating 2/0

Primer coating +Finish coating Primer coating or single back coating 2/1

Primer coating +Finish coating Primer coating + Finish back coating 2/2



























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Q:Spyderco or cold steel?
Hibben are even better in my opinion, but cold steel are reputable and do good quality high carbon steel knives and swords. Paul Chen does some knives and they are the best I've seen but a lot more expensive
Q:Is stainless steel magnetic?
If the non magnetic one is has a brighter finish it may be that it is a ferritc stainless steel which depends only on high chromium content to keep it stainless,the duller one is likely to be the austenitic type which contains nickel as well as chromium and is usually non or only faintly magnetic and with a dull finish.Chromium rich stainless steels(ferritic and martensitic grades) are designed to be used for cutlery and strength application are always strongly magnetic (quite often permanent magnets).Stainless steels containing at least 18%chromium and 8+% of nickel are designed to be corrosion resistant and weldable,this type of steel(austenitic) is not ferromagnetic in the annealed state but the lower grades do become magnetic after cold work(hammering bending etc.The difference between magnetic grade or not rests in the crystal structure.In the austenitic types the structure is the same as that of gold and copper which is cubic close pack and,in steel,is a non magnetic form;but in low grades cold working can cause some breakdown of the austenite to the magnetic room temperature form of iron known as ferrite.Ferrite has the ordinary body centred body centred cubic form of iron which is magnetic.All of the stainless steels depend upon Chromium to form an anti-corrosion barrier at their surface;but this is only reliable in oxidising conditions(like the open air)They nearly all discolour and even rust if trapped in damp conditions where oxygen potential is low(as under wet plastic or underground ).
Q:is CS material is comes under Mild steel? any difference?
CS is a noxious gas that I have tasted. If it is spec mild steel then do so.
Q:Probability of steel hardness?
Suppose that the hardness of steel is uniformly distributed, taking on values between 50 and 80 on the Rockwell B scale. That would be... f(x) = 1/(80 - 50), 50 ≤ x ≤ 80 . . . . . 0 elsewhere Consider this following problem.. Compute the probability that the hardness of a randomly selected steel specimen is less than 60. Here, we have... P(x 60) Oh! Know that the mean and the standard deviation of the uniform distribution function are... µ = (a + b)/2 σ = (a - b)²/12 You should get... µ = 65 σ = 75 Now... P(z (60 - 65)/75) = P(z -0.07) Hence, you should get around 0.462. Good luck!
Q:Stainless steel?????????
Ghost rider is sort of right. Yes, if you want to change the bulk composition, you need to melt it to add different elements. However, If you just want to provide some improved corrosion protection (and money is no object) there are all sorts of things that are technically possible that will provide different surfaces with different corrosion characteristics. It depends on exactly what type of corrosion you are worried about. The details also depend, of course, on exactly what regular steel you are talking about. There are hundreds of different commercial steel alloys so you need to be specific. In general, you can galvanize (coat with Zn), electroplate with Ni or Cr or Sn or gold or etc, you can do carburization, ion nitriding, carbo-nitriding, (these are surface hardening technologies which will influence corrosion performance).
Q:Steel Building Erectors.....!!?
Because if the beaming is screwed up, everything in the building is at risk. Also, if the erector runs late, everything else is delayed. An incompetent erector can actually cause damage to the beams [especially if inadequate bracing leads to collapse] and getting new ones can severely delay the project.
Q:Is 100% carbon steel baking sheet safe?
100 carbon steel baking sheet safe
Q:8cr13mov steel thoughts?
8Cr13MoV is a decent blade steel...not a great steel, but about as good as you will generally find without paying much higher prices. It's used by a number of well known knife makers... It's basically equivalent to AUS-8 and will work and hold an edge reasonably well for most basic cutting chores. *************************************** From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: 8Cr13MoV, a Chinese stainless steel tempered at the Rc56 to Rc58 range and used in the Tenacious, Persistence, Ambitious, Resilience, Grasshopper, Kiwi3 and Byrd lines of knives. Often compared to AUS-8, but with slightly more Carbon.
Q:Judge Quality of Steel?
The quality of the alloy can be very well be judged by its appearance and lustrous surface. The more luster on the surface the more refine will the steel be. To judge its tenacity and endurance, the alloy can be subjected to a series of procedures involving stress and shock. The reaction to these processes can determine whether the steel be fit for the purpose required.
Q:What kind of chemistry do stainless steel golf clubs have?
Stainless steel is a mixture of metals, each metal is included in order to make up for each others weaknesses. Each metal is included due to a property that is benificial in some way, for instance Chromium is included because it makes the stainless steel 'stainless'. In chemistry a mixture of metals, stainless steel, is called an alloy.

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