5mm Stainless steel round bar for construction

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Tianjin
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25 m.t.
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10000 m.t./month
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Product Description:

OKorder is offering 5mm Stainless steel round bar for construction at great prices with worldwide shipping. Our supplier is a world-class manufacturer of steel, with our products utilized the world over. OKorder annually supplies products to European, North American and Asian markets. We provide quotations within 24 hours of receiving an inquiry and guarantee competitive prices.

 

Product Applications:

5mm Stainless steel round bar for construction are ideal for structural applications and are widely used in the construction of buildings and bridges, and the manufacturing, petrochemical, and transportation industries.

 

Product Advantages:

OKorder's 5mm Stainless steel round bar for construction are durable, strong, and resist corrosion.

 

Main Product Features:

·         Premium quality

·         Prompt delivery & seaworthy packing (30 days after receiving deposit)

·         Corrosion resistance

·         Can be recycled and reused

·         Mill test certification

·         Professional Service

·         Competitive pricing

 

Product Specifications:

square steel billet 
1.3SP, 5SP 
2.terms of payment: L/C at sight 
3.size: 120*120mm 
4.length: 5.8~12m

square steel billet
Specifications

square steel billets 
1)We procure world class quality steel billets which meets the specific requirements of the clients
The Billets produced by the company can be broadly divided into three main types i.e.
M.S. Billets
CRS Billets
Special Alloy Billets
M.S. Billets are used for rolling of TMT Re-Bars of Fe415 and Fe500 Grade and various other structural steel products.
CRS Billets are used fro rolling of CRS TMT Re-Bars.
Special Alloy Billets are used for rolling of any special grade TMT Re-Bars like Earthquake resistant TMT Re-Bars and for special grade structural steel products.
The following are the sizes of Billets available with Shyam Steel Industries Ltd.:
100 X 100
120x120
150 X 150
Physical Properties:
Description
As per IS 2830
Shyam Billets
Bend (max.) 5 mm per meter >= 5 mm per meter
Carbon (max.) 3mm per meter >= 3 mm per meter
Length 3 mt - 13 mt 3 mt - 9 mt
Chemical Properties:
Ladle Analysis:
Designation
Carbon
Manganese
C15 0.12-0.18 0.30-0.60
C18 0.15-0.21 0.30-0.60
C20 0.17-0.23 0.30-0.60
C15 MMn 0.12-0.18 0.60-1.00
C18 MMn 0.15-0.21 0.60-1.00
C20 MMn 0.17-0.23 0.60-1.00
C15 HMn 0.12-0.18 1.00-1.50
C18 HMn 0.15-0.21 1.00-1.50
C20 HMn
0.17-0.23 1.00-1.50
Billets of different designations are manufactured in three different grades namely A, B, C having sulphur, phosphorous content (on ladle analysis) and carbon equivalent as follows:
Chemical Analysis:
Grade Sulphur Phosphorous Carbon Equivalent (CE)1
 Max Max Max
A 0.05 0.05 0.42
B 0.045 0.045 0.41
C 0.04 0.04 0.39 

 FAQ:

Q1: How do we guarantee the quality of our products?

A1: We have established an advanced quality management system which conducts strict quality tests at every step, from raw materials to the final product. At the same time, we provide extensive follow-up service assurances as required.

Q2: How soon can we receive the product after purchase?

A2: Within three days of placing an order, we will begin production. The specific shipping date is dependent upon international and government factors, but is typically 7 to 10 workdays.

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To use a steel square to mark a line parallel to an edge, you would first position the square against the edge you want to mark parallel to. Ensure that one side of the square is aligned with the edge, and the other side is perpendicular to it. Then, hold the square firmly in place and use a pencil or scribe to mark along the edge of the square, creating a parallel line.
Q:The joiner board is fixed on the square on how
Self tapping nail is generally refers to the thread of the tooth is self tapping, so that the role of self drilling, do not need to use the nut together. The screw head has a lot of classification, there are six outer corners of the head, pan head, with countersunk head, internal angle of six head. An umbrella head, padded head, etc. The tail is usually pointed. Self tapping.
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Yes, a steel square can be used for tile accent layout. A steel square, also known as a framing square or carpenter's square, is a versatile tool that can be used for various layout and measurement tasks in construction, including tile work. Its L-shaped design and right angles allow for precise and accurate measurements, making it suitable for creating straight lines and angles needed for tile accent layout. However, it's important to note that a steel square should be used in conjunction with other tools, such as a level and chalk line, to ensure the tiles are positioned correctly and evenly.
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To use a steel square to determine the slope of a roof valley, follow these steps: 1. Start by positioning yourself at the bottom of the valley, where the two roof slopes meet. Make sure you have a clear view of the entire valley. 2. Hold the steel square horizontally, with one of its edges aligned with the bottom edge of the roof slope on one side of the valley. Ensure that the square is firmly in place. 3. Look at the scale on the steel square, which is usually marked in inches or centimeters. Locate the line on the square that aligns with the roof slope on one side of the valley. 4. Now, without moving the steel square from its initial position, look at the roof slope on the other side of the valley. Observe the point where the roof slope intersects the steel square's scale. 5. Measure the distance from the bottom edge of the roof slope on one side of the valley to the point where the roof slope on the other side of the valley intersects the steel square's scale. This measurement will give you the rise of the roof valley. 6. Next, measure the horizontal distance between the two roof slopes at the bottom of the valley. This will give you the run of the roof valley. 7. To determine the slope of the roof valley, divide the rise by the run. This can be done by dividing the measurement obtained in step 5 by the measurement obtained in step 6. For example, if the rise of the valley is 4 inches and the run is 12 inches, the slope would be 4/12 or 1/3. This means that for every 3 units of horizontal distance, the roof valley rises 1 unit. By using a steel square and following these steps, you can accurately determine the slope of a roof valley, which is crucial for proper installation and maintenance of roofing materials.
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No, a steel square cannot be used for checking the squareness of a jointer fence. A specialized tool called a jointer square or a machinist square should be used for this purpose as they are specifically designed for checking the squareness of jointer fences.
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To use a steel square to ensure the correct angle for a half-lap joint, follow these steps: 1. Start by marking the desired depth of the half-lap joint on both pieces of wood that will be joined together. This can be done by measuring and marking the depth on the edge of each piece. 2. Place the steel square on the end of one of the pieces of wood, aligning it with the edge and ensuring that the inside corner of the square is facing towards the end of the wood. 3. Use a pencil or a marking knife to trace along the inside edge of the steel square. This will create a straight and square line across the end of the wood. 4. Repeat the process on the other piece of wood, making sure the lines are aligned when the two pieces are placed together. 5. Now, you can use a handsaw or a chisel to remove the material between the lines on both pieces of wood. Make sure to cut along the lines accurately to achieve a tight and precise fit. By using a steel square to mark the lines, you can ensure that the angles of the half-lap joint are correct and the joint will fit together accurately. The steel square acts as a guide to create straight and square lines, making it easier to achieve the desired angle for the joint.
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A 90-degree corner can be made using a steel square. The steel square, also called a framing square or carpenter's square, is a versatile tool that is commonly used in woodworking and construction. It consists of two arms, one long and one short, which are joined at a 90-degree angle. Typically, the long arm measures 24 inches while the short arm measures 16 inches. The squareness of the tool's arms enables accurate measurement and marking of 90-degree angles. By aligning the long arm with one edge of a material and the short arm with another edge, you can ensure that the two edges meet perfectly at a right angle, thus forming a 90-degree corner. The steel square is a dependable and widely utilized tool for creating precise corners in various applications.
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The use of a steel square for stair railing installation is not recommended. A steel square, also referred to as a framing square or carpenter's square, is primarily intended for measuring and marking right angles in carpentry and framing work. Although it can be helpful for other construction tasks like making cuts or checking for squareness, it is not designed or suitable for the installation of stair railings. Installing stair railings requires specialized tools and hardware that are specifically engineered for this purpose. These include railing brackets, balusters, and handrail fittings, which are designed to meet safety and building code standards, ensuring proper installation and long-lasting durability. Therefore, it is advisable to utilize the appropriate tools, materials, and techniques specifically designed for successful and safe stair railing installation.
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Steel squares are typically made using a variety of common materials. The main material used to make steel squares is, of course, steel. Steel is a widely used material due to its high strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion. It provides the necessary stability and hardness required for accurate measurements and precise marking. In addition to steel, other materials are also commonly used in the production of steel squares. One such material is brass. Brass is often used for the face of the square, as it is softer and less likely to damage delicate surfaces when used for marking or scribing. Another material that can be found in steel squares is wood. Wooden handles are often attached to steel squares to provide a comfortable grip and ease of use. Wood is chosen for its natural warmth, durability, and ability to absorb vibrations, ensuring a more stable and accurate measurement. Overall, steel squares are typically made using a combination of steel, brass, and wood. These materials work together to create a reliable and versatile tool that is commonly used in various industries such as carpentry, metalworking, and engineering.
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To use a steel square for measuring and marking out angled cuts, first, align one edge of the square with the edge of the material to be cut. Next, adjust the square to the desired angle by pivoting it along the edge that is aligned with the material. Once the square is at the correct angle, use a pencil or scribe to mark the cut line along the edge of the square. Finally, carefully cut along the marked line following the angle indicated by the square.

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