||Q195,Q215,Q235,Q215B,Q235B,RHB335,HRB400,200 Series,300 Series,400 Series,600 Series,SS400-SS490,10#,20#,A53(A,B)
||0.30 to 2.50 mm
||600 to 1,500 mm
||1.0 MT to 8.0 m/tons
Thickness: 0.30 to 2.50 mm
Width: 600 to 1,500 mm
Length: As per requirement
Coil: 1.0 MT to 8.0 m/tons
Z80, Z100, Z120 upto Z275
Regular Spangle, Minimized Spangle available
Bright and Matt Finish
For covers (roof), simple forming, hand and machine folding
For structures requiring simple forming
For hand and machine folding and for ordinary shaping
For ordinary deep drawing and special shaping
For extra-deep drawing and special shaping
Standard and Grade :
Hot-dip galvanized steel coils
SS GRADE 230
SS GRADE 255
SS GRADE 275
SS GRADE 340
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- Q:What kind of steel alloy have the strongest attraction for magnets?
- the more the iron the more ferrous it is which means magnets stick better the best would be using iron alloy (mainly iron) but you could also use really any type of steel (almost all alloys contain iron)
- Q:Why is brass ammo considered superior to steel cased ammo?
- Ok folks, BOTH Brass and Steel work harden. That's what happens when you get into the plastic deformation part of the stress - strain curve. In the case of brass it can take significantly more deformation before it hardens than steel, steel can take significantly more stress before it goes into plastic deformation. Steel is unattractive in plastic strain environments because it has an unstable plastic deformation region before it stress hardens. Brass has much smoother performance. I don't know a heck of alot about making casings, but certainly for necked casings steel will wear out tooling much faster than brass. In a straight wall case it probably doesn't matter as much since it is just tubing. Typical Brass has a brinnell hardness of around 60, mild steel around 130. Steel is a LOT harder than Brass. Thinkingblade
- Q:what material could replace iron or steel?
- Material selection is a complex area. Iron and steel are very good materials in terms of their strength, stiffness and hardness (especially when compared to their density to give specific strength/stiffness. They are also relatively cheap and the economics of material selection is often the over-riding criteria. Each individual substitution has to be considered on the merits of what the component has to do and the environment in which it operates and often to replace steel with, say, aluminium, might not be appropriate or might require a redesign of the component to accomodate the lower strength and stiffness. Take one of your examples of a dishwasher; To replace the (cheap and thin) steel outer casing with aluminium would require thicker sheet to achieve the same stiffness. To replace the stainless steel inner you would need a corrosion resistant material (which rules out aluminium) which can be easily fabricated to shape. Nickel alloys would be harder to process and very expensive, but you might be able to use a bronze alloy. If you have time look in the library for a book on materials selection by Ashby - one of the best texts on the subject.
- Q:About hydrolics which one used in steel melting shop?
- The correct spelling is hydraulics. I haven't heard the term steel melting shop you probably means a foundry or a steel mill The most obvious example i can think of is hydraulic-operated fork lifts. Hydraulic cylinders are used to lift the forks and to tilt them upwards or downwards. The valves are coneccted to levers next to the steering wheel. Hydraulic pressure is supplied by a hydraulic pump driven by a propane or diesel engine. In some forklift designs the wheels are also not connected directly to the engine, but driven by hydraulic motors. There are also a large variety of machines used in steel mills and metalworking companies to cut and shape metal parts. for example, press brakes, plate cutting shears, stamping presses, hole punch machines, drawing presses, etc. These types all operate in much the same basic way. They use a very large cylinder or group of cylinders to apply many tons of force to different kinds of metal working tools.
- Q:Steel and Iron Ore?
- Then people like Bull tell you the country is going down yet Lakshmi and Mark Mobius(read last week's FM) show confidence in SA. Sieman, IBM and CNBC are investing millions in the country. Now who do believe?
- Q:Comparing the speed of sound in air, water, and steel?
- Speed Of Sound In Steel
- Q:How to weld aluminized steel?
- aluminized steel is just std steel with a coating applied to it to keep it from rusting. It welds just like std mild steel. You need to prep the joint and thats it. Use a wire wheel, brush, sandpaper or what ever to clean the joint of the pipes where you will weld. You don't have to get too crazy here. Just a quick brush/wipe with sand paper over the joint and your ready to weld. For mig welding, I would use a 75/25 gas mix, .023 or .030 solid steel wire, around 50-70 amp setting (on most migs this will be #2 heat setting) and around 3/10th to 4/10th wire speed. (some welders will list 0-10, others 0-100, so figure your scale, like 0-10 it would be 3-4, one that list it by 10's then it would be 30-40)
- Q:******Prefabricated Steel Buildings********?
- Definitely Steel Buildings and other prefab buildings are really durable than other concrete structures. They are also weather resistant and I think your friend is making a wise decision of buying a steel house... Also, these are usually cheaper than other buildings.
- Q:how can you temper steel?
- You can't temper all steels. Generally the material must be a high-carbon or tool steel. Different alloys temper differently, and tempering is usually done to get a specific set of characteristics, so you must know what you are working with and use the right methods and temperature. If you do it wrong, the material may be hard but too brittle for the purpose or have other issues. It can be simple, such as heating to a dull red, carbonizing the surface (use an acetylene rich flame until it blackens the surface) and oil quenching. Do that to a piece of tool steel (like a screwdriver) and it will case (surface) harden it to the point you can't scratch it with a file. Tempering changes the way the molecular structure in the metal is linked and oriented.
- Q:Where can I get coupons for Stainless Steel Magnetic Knife Rack?
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