Stainless Steel Made 304 Stainless Steel Plate Steel Plate

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

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Standard: AISI,ASTM Technique: Hot Rolled,Cold Rolled Shape: Rectangular
Surface Treatment: Coated,Oiled Steel Grade: 200 Series,300 Series,400 Series Certification: ISO,SGS
Thickness: 4.0-6.0mm Length: 1500mm Net Weight: 25

Product Description:

Description for Stainless Steel Coils/Sheets:

Prodcut:Stainless Steel Coil

Thinckness: 0.20mm-8.0mm

Width:1000mm, 1219mm(4 feet), 1250mm, 1500mm, 1524mm(5 feet),

1800mm, 2000mm, 2200mm, 2500mm,and customizable

Ni:0.8~1.2% Cu:1.4~1.5% Cr:14

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

Grade: 200series&300series&400series

Surface finish:  2B, BA, 8K, 6K, Mirror Finished, No1, No2, No4, Hair Line with PVC

Manufacture technology: cold rolled/hot rolled

Thickness Tolerance: +/-0.1mm

Width Tolerance: +/-10mm

200 Seriers: 201,202

300 Seriers: 301, 304, 304L, 316L, 309, 310S,321

400 Seriers: 410, 410S, 409L,430


Our Service

1.High quanlity and reasonable price.

2.Customized on-demand.

3.Reasonable shipping and fast delivery.

4.Free sample.


Specifications for Stainless Steel Coils/Sheets:

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

Commodity

Stainless Steel Coil

Material

201, 202, 301, 321, 304, 304L, 316, 316L, 309S, 310S, 410, 430, etc.

Surface

2B, BA, 8K, No. 4  No.1

Standard

AISI,   ASTM,   DIN,   EN,   GB,   JIS,   etc.

Specification

1. Thickness :  0.3mm -120mm
  2. Width :  1000-2000mm
  3. Length :  1000-6000mm, etc.
  4. The specifications can be provided as clients' requirement.

Application 

1. Automotive: Automotive trim and molding/Difficult-to-form exhaust-system 
  components, tubular manifolds, mufflers/Exhaust manifold and other 
  exhaust-system components, catalytic converter shells, clamps ;
  2. Construction: Gutters and downspouts, roofing, siding ;
  3. Kitchenware: Cooking utensils, dishwashers, ovens, range hoods, 
  refrigerators, skewers ;
  4. Chemical processing: Oil refinery equipment, oil burner and heater parts ;
  5. Appliances: Hot water tanks, residential furnaces ;
  6. Power generation: Heat Exchanger tubing ;
  7. Farming:Dry fertilizer spreaders/Farm animal pens.

Process

Hot rolled / cold rolled

Payment

L/C,T/T

MOQ

20 Ton

Productivity

700 tons per month.

Package

Standard seaworthy export packing or according to the customers' request.

Delivery Time

It is based on the order, normally within 30 days after receiving your advance payment.

Note

We can produce other standard as the customers' requirement.


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Stainless Steel Made 304 Stainless Steel Plate Steel Plate

Stainless Steel Made 304 Stainless Steel Plate Steel Plate

Stainless Steel Made 304 Stainless Steel Plate Steel Plate

Application of Stainless Steel Coils

(1)Boiler heat exchanger,

(2)Chemical industries,

(3)Hardware fields,

(4)Construction material,

(5)Kitchen utensils,

(6)Building construction,

(7)Medical equipment,

(8)Chemical tank,

(9)Pipe etc

 

Export Markets for Stainless Steel Coils/Sheets:

Our target market is the international market. Every year we export most of products to countries like India, Pakistan, South Korea, Brazil, Australia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Hong Kong, etc.

 

FAQ for Stainless Steel Coils/Sheets:

Q: How long is the delivery time?

A: Normally 30-40 days, but mostly according to the specific requirements or the quantity

Q: Could you send me sample?

A: We can supply you with the sample for free, but the delivery charges will be covered by customers.

FAQ for Stainless Steel Coils/Sheets:

Q: How can I get the samples?

A: If you need some samples to test ,please pay for the transportation freight of samples and our samples are free for you.

Q: How can I get your price list?

A: Please send us your email or fax and order information – Quantity, Specification (steel type, thickness, width, surface finish), then I can send you the price list.

 




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Q:What's the difference between Stainless and Clear steel?
In okorder.com/... The appliances that are not made of stainless steel are made of a mild steel which is then finished with a durable enameled finish, in colors even. Stainless steel appliances look very nice in the showroom, but it is no fun trying to keep them fingerprint and handprint free. If you have ever owned a toaster that was made from stainless steel then you know how much fun it would be to have to keep a whole refrigerator fingerprint free, The oils transferred from the skin leave very distinct smears on stainless surfaces.
Q:Steel I-beam for header?
Probably the reason some contractors don't like this idea is that your new built-up beam, being only 6 tall, is not going to allow the joists above to attach effectively. The triple microlam with steel plates is sooooooo overkill in strength, but doesn't have the height to allow the floor joists to proberly attach. Your span is not so great that a built-up beam wouldn't work great. Assuming that your second floor joists are 2 x 10, I would use 2- 2 x 10 with 1/2 plywood sandwiched between. This is all that you really need.
Q:Why aren't bullets made of steel?
The bullet needs to be a bit malleable to conform to the grooves in the barrel. In an American .30 gun a .308 bullet is forced out of the gun it has to conform to the .30 bore and .308 grooves to form a tight seal. That's why lead and copper are the primary materials of the bullet. A steel bullet in a steel bore would potentially produce a pipe bomb or at least do significant damage to the bore. Also, the weight of bullets are optimized for their application with the current materials. There is no need or desire to reduce the mass of the bullet. Simply reducing mass for increased velocity can effect the terminal ballistics in all kinds of ways, but you cannot assume that damage will be higher for a variety of reasons. If nothing else the fact that the military has INCREASED the 5.56x45mm from 55gr to 62gr should be enough to doubt your claim. Also steel is about 70% the density of lead, so there would not be a major savings in mass, but aluminum is only 25% the density and it is much closer to the hardness of lead. If you really wanted a light bullet, the aluminum may be the way to go.
Q:What Atoms are there in Steel?
Steel is an alloy consisting mostly of iron, with a carbon content between 0.2 and 1.7 or 2.04% by weight (C:1000–10,8.67Fe), depending on grade. Steel is Fe(iron) and Carbon alloy. These are the atoms in certain ratio that make up steel. Its not a molecule but alloy.
Q:Is rail steel like other types of steel?
As so much about the railroad is variable, so is the steel used for the rail. For one thing, all rail is not the same size. It is classified by weight per yard. For example, most tangent (straight) track is 139 lbs rail, meaning three feet of it weighs this much. Secondary track, such as found on branch lines and in yards or used on sidings is not as heavy. Track used in curvature may be the same weight, but not always. The reason is there is much more stress imparted to the roadbed in curvature. Most steel on main tracks has a higher carbon content, but there is a point of diminishing returns, as this rail is more brittle as a result. Good luck trying to melt it. In the field, this rail is cut by a saw with diamond studded circular blades. The reason why is it takes a lot more time to try to cut it with an acetylene torch. In the US, certain areas, such as on some bridges, the cross-ties (sleepers) are indeed made of steel, in addition to concrete and wood. The potential for fire is too great for wood in these instances. In addition, if even a single wheel derails, concrete ties tend to explode when stressed this way. All of which makes steel cross-ties worth the extra cost.
Q:How much lighter is aluminum than steel?
Depends okorder.com
Q:what types of stress require steel to be placed in footings?
Steel is always added to concrete to handle local 'tension' stresses. (Sometimes to provide extra compression in 'pre-stressed' applications, but the steel is still in tension.) Steel would be added to the lower section of footings to stiffen them to 'bridge' local 'soft spots' in the substrate.
Q:Why would a knife be made from surgical steel?
Surgical Steel Knives
Q:EDC Knife (Cold Steel 4 inch Zytel Ti-Lite)?
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Q:So i got caught steeling?
Steeling? What's that? Did you take a piece of steel and weld it? I am confused?

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