Description of Glove：
1. Zinc coating :40-180g( as required)
3. width:914-1250mm(914mm, 1215mm,1250mm,1000mm the most common)
4. coil id:508mm/610mm
5. coil weight: 4-10 MT(as required)
6. surface: regular/mini/zero spangle, chromated, skin pass, dry etc.
Festures of Glove：
Workshop, agricultural warehouse, residential precast unit, corrugated roof, roller shutter door, rainwater drainage pipe, retailer booth
Door, doorcase, light steel roof structure, folding screen, elevator, stairway, vent gutter
Refrigerator, washer, switch cabinet, instrument cabinet, air conditioning, micro-wave oven, bread maker
Central heating slice, lampshade, chifforobe, desk, bed, locker, bookshelf
Exterior decoration of auto and train, clapboard, container, isolation lairage, isolation board
Writing panel, garbage can, billboard, timekeeper, typewriter, instrument panel, weight sensor, photographic equipment
Specifications of Glove：
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Galvanized ,Galvalume,Pre-paited galvanizing,Pre-paited galvalume
Color of the PPGI and PPGL
Any color in RAL
AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS
Normal / Min / Zero
750mm to 1250mm
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1.What about the delivery.
We can arrange the shipment about 15-25 days after the deposit.
2.What about payment term?
30% T/T deposit, balance against B/L copy.
Full T/T payment if quantity less than MOQ.
3.How much about MOQ?
Normally 100pcs,but small order is acceptable as well.
- Q:Wrestling Steel Cage?
- the only thing you can find is a bird cage because their is no way you can buy a steel cage unless you build it yourself
- 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:Steel Making Process?
- From what I understand of it, US steel is better as the steel is more recycled than Canadian, so a lot of that oxygen / CO2 has already taken place compared to working from ore. The second reason US steel is environmentally ahead of Canadian is that US tends to use Electric Arc, while Canadian uses Basic Oxygen, Basic Oxygen uses more energy than electric arc, and I think it also uses more oxygen, but I would suspect that oxygen that it uses is 'waste oxygen' and not converted into Co2 because the Co2 process is limited by the carbon, and steel only has so much carbon.
- Q:What Atoms are there in Steel?
- Steel is mostly iron with a small amount (less than 1%) of carbon added. Stainless steel has other metals like chromium and nickel added.
- Q:Iron heavier than steel?
- Steel is iron, with other things added that strengthen it and/or make it less rust liable. So, in general, steel is stronger than iron. In so far as the density, that depends on the steel alloy. Some are higher than iron, some lower. Remember there are hundreds of different steel alloys. edit: but the density is still close to that of iron. density steel 7750 to 8050 kg/m³ density iron 7870 kg/m³
- Q:Is EN10025 S355JR weathering steel?
- *EN 10 025 S355JR/JO is comes under structural steel catagories. Equivalent standard is-ASTM A 572 Gr 50. -Above areHigher strength micro-alloyed steel. -The above-mentioned structural steel grades may be welded using any of the standard metal arc and resistance welding processes, usually without any special precautions.
- Q:what Wok to buy - carbon steel, stainless steel, cast iron?
- Carbon steel is definitely the way to go. This is the authentic wok. Of course, you must be aware that it can rust if not dried--but in use you will seldom wash it anyway. The correct practice is simply to wipe it out with a paper towel. In this way the wok keeps its natural non-stick qualities. Whenever it is washed it must be re-seasoned--by heating it very hot with salt. Stainless steel of course does not rust and makes a pretty picture hanging up--but its utility ends there. It does not have the heat conduction qualities that are needed. Still, there are other factors which go into wok cooking (such as degree of heat available) which have nothing to do with the wok. With that in view, a SS wok might be your choice, but from a cooking standpoint, carbon is better. One added factor you must consider is thickness of the steel. Cheap woks will flex readily if grasped by the handles. A quality wok is twice as thick. It is not too much to aim for 1/8 thickness, or nearly that. There is also the flat bottomed Shanghai wok which is about 1/4 thick and usually comes with a teflon finish. These are very inexpensive but useful because they can be heated up to a high temperature which it will hold to a certain extent. The bane of wok cookery is insufficient heat. (I have an electric stove right now which exhibits that defect).
- Q:Uhm steel?
- If you want to know everything about steel, there's no way you're going to get an answer on Yahoo that is comprehensive enough. What you want to do is get some books on steel metallurgy, engineering properties of materials, and maybe machine design depending on your application. Topics will include molecular structure, material properties, alloying, stress and strain, work hardening, creep, computing damage and lifetime cycles, corrosion, toughness vs hardness, heat treating, and a ton of others. If you want to sharpen steel, that is a whole topic in itself concerning different blade profiles and their sharpness, edge holding, ease of sharpening, type of grind etc.
- Q:Will lava melt steel?
- Standard steel melts around 1400-1500 C. Erupting lava can be as hot as 1600 C. There are various types of steel with different melting points though, and the temperature of lava varies widely, so your question can't really be answered definitively. Some lava is definitely hot enough to melt steel though, so you are right and your friend is wrong. :)
- Q:can anyone tell me were i can find strontuim steel dowel pins?
- Strontium steel is created by soaking a mild steel in strontium chromate, which has a pH of about 4 or 5, roughly the equivalent of acid rain. Chromate affects the cathodic reaction, with reduction of Cr6+ to Cr3+, and the surface film was composed of magnetite and hydrated chromium hydroxide. The Strontium is a radioactive isotope. The acid bath permeates the mild steel causing it to become mildly radioactive. Simular to oil imprengation of brass and other metals. Strontium Steel has a very high value of inhibition. However due to it's radioactive properties it is not a commonly used or manufactured material. As for where to actually obtain Strontium steel dowels. I have no idea i would speculate that you would have to purchase the raw stock and have it machined into a dowel for you.
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