Best sell Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil

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        Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil is made by cold rolled steel sheet and galvanized steel sheets as baseplate,through the surface pretreatment (degreasing,cleaning,chemical conversion processing),coated by the method of continuous coatings (roller coating method), and after roasting and cooling.

       Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil is light,beautiful and has good corrosion resistant performance, can be directly processed also, Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil provides the construction,shipbuilding,vehicle manufacturing,furniture industry,and electrical industry a new material,while  Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil has good effects on the areas of replacing wood with steel,efficient construction,energy saving,prevent pollution,etc.


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Standard:

AISI,ASTM,GB,JIS

Grade:

CGCC/SPCC

Thickness:

0.14mm-0.8mm

Place of Origin:

Shandong China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

Huafeng

Model Number:

0.14-0.8mm(600-1250mm)

Type:

Steel Plate

Technique:

Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:

Coated

Application:

Container Plate

Special Use:

High-strength Steel Plate

Width:

600mm-1250mm

Length:

available length

color:

Ral color number

zinc coating:

Z40-180g/m2

coil ID:

508/610mm

coil weight:

4-8metric tons

back:

5-7um

top:

15-17um







Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:Export standard package :bundled wooden box or be required; The inner size of container is below: 20 ft GP:5.8m(length)x 2.13m(width)x 2.18m(high) about 24-26 CBM 40 ft GP:11.8m(length)x 2.13m(width)x 2.72m(high)about 68 CBM We will packing as the factory ,and reach the stander of export . Or as the customer request.In addition,We will make the products with good surface protection

Delivery Detail:According to the quantity or as per customer's request .


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Our Company Introduction 

1.Corporate Mission:

    Devote to introducing quality products to the world, benefiting people's life. We make every effort to build a first class corporate in Chinese steel import and export line. 

2.Corporate Philosophy:

   Integrity, Teamwork, Professionalism and Innovation 

3.Corporate Values:

   Go forward together with the era, Create values together with customers, Develop together with employees 

4.Other Products We Do :

  • Hot rolled coil

  • Cold rolled coil

  • Galvanized \ galvalume coil

  • PPGI/PPGL

  • Corrugated sheet (roof sheet, wall sheet, decking sheet )

  • Steel pipes( galvanized, seamless, welded pipe )

  • Profiled bars(H beam/ I beam/ Angle/ Channel/)

  • Steel bars and mesh

      Please contact me if you are interested in our products and I will try my best to offer you the best goods and service.



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Q:Why is steel denser than wood?
Steel is basically a mixture (not the compound) of iron and carbon. Iron, by itself is an element and so is carbon. The atoms of Iron are larger in size compared to carbon. All the atoms of all the elements, smaller or larger, are spherical. If naturally a solid, the atoms of all such elements have voids as their atoms are closely packed. You can imagine a basket of oranges; you could see that void or empty space (which I am speaking about) between four or more of the oranges put together. Now, when heated to more than about 1500 degrees celcius, Iron melts and atoms in molten form increase space between themselves. Raising the teperature to 1800 degree celcius, carbon is mixed with iron. At this stage it causes the spherical carbon atoms to fill in the spaces present amongst the spherical atoms of the iron. On cooling, already dense iron becomes denser because no space is left there between its atoms. This denser form of iron + carbon has become steel in which carbon is not more than 3 to 4% of the total volume. Wood is nothing but a fallen and dried tree's part. When green and alive, tree's stem and branches have pores in there texture, which are fillled with water and other biological fluids necessary for the life of the plant. When dried all the fluids, especially water gets evaporated. and the pore are empty now. The term Density, means mass divided by volume (kg / cubic meters). Iron + Carbon (the steel) so tightly packed and Iron having very high atomic weight is surely denser than wood with just carbon and a few other elements with no significant role to play in the mass calculation; particularly if their are empty pore spaces filled with air only. Imagine the mass (which common people mistakingly call the weight) in kilograms of a peice of steel with dimensions of 1 meter cube and imagine the same for the dried wood. What do you think---which one is denser?
Q:steel guitar, can i use bronze strings?
I don't see why not. Put them on and try it out.
Q:What's a steel guitar?
Different okorder.com/. If you just like the sound, take a serious look into slide guitar, not the same, but seriously tasty.
Q:Non-stick saucepans vs. stainless steel?
Non stick doesnt stick but after time the non stick doesnt stay non stick and then time to replace Stainless steel. some things may not stick but its best to put down a little pam, or cooking oil, and or aluminum foil
Q:fallout 3 broken steel?
Yes, Broken Steel is the only DLC that raises your level cap. Yes, you have to complete the main quest to play it. It's kind of a prologue to the events of the ending. If you don't have the DLC and complete the game it just ends and you can't play it anymore. With the DLC you'll be able to continue playing. As for which one to get, that's your preference. Most people like the Broken Steel because it has to do with the main story and it raises the level cap - so that's the one I'll suggest to you. I also think The Pitt and Point Lookout are worth getting as well. Mothership Zeta is the one I liked least. I thought it was kind of stupid, to be honest. Operation Anchoarge is a simulation and it's pretty fun, but I don't think it's worth the $9.99.
Q:What's the process of making steel?
How is steel made? Steel is made via two basic routes - from raw materials - iron ore, limestone and coke by the blast furnace and basic oxygen furnace route or from scrap via the electric arc furnace (EAF) method. The raw material approach is known as the integrated route and about 60% of steel produced today is made by this method. The second technique is much easier and faster since it only requires scrap steel. Recycled steel is introduced into a furnace and re-melted along with some other additions to produce the end product. About 34% of steel produced in 2003 was produced via the EAF route. The first lin contains diagrams of the process (Making Steel)
Q:where did WTC steel go?
some of the steel was recycled into a warship. I am not sure at what you are trying to get at with the forensic analysis of the steel. There is no conspiracy involving the towers outside of planes crashing into them despite what a lunatic fringe want you to think.
Q:Do any of you teens out there know what a Steel Guitar is?
Yessir. No, I can only play a piano and Guitar Hero.
Q:What grade of steel is best suited for use on ships. Specifically trawlers?
How big is your trawler going to be and what use, The ones you see off the Alaska Coast or a Gulf Coast Shrimper? My preference in today's economy would not make sense and that is Aluminum.....not steel at all, maybe even Fiberglass, but $$$$ talk so Steel is cheaper, but you need to know what you are doing. The designer of the hull should have specified the right /preferred grade. It today's world there are many more choices available. You use a mild steel, most often grade A or B, but some applications call for grade D. Check your blue prints and list of materials. Edit. Ok I understand. There are 2 ways to go. One is use a relatively cheep steel and use higher cost epoxy primers and paint, often requiring special surface preparation just before priming, or two, using a much higher cost steel with more chrome and nickel in it. Grades that begin with #3xxx These are weldable with rods that are available, and can be welded directly to mild steels. However these are 3X the cost. If your a Shrimper, I'm guessing gulf coast. I worked with several boat yards in the 70's installing spray urethane foam for insulating there holes. So I've been around lots of small yards from Florida to Texas. I'd call the nearest steel warehouse and ask what they would recommend. You might find what you want at a scrap yard. I've lucked out several times picking up 1/4 plate scrap$ and I'd bet the scrapyard guy would know just what you need. I know there are places to get what you need in Mobile and New Orleans. Good luck!
Q:Steel Buildings.........!?
Steel is better than wood. Steel can support more weight than wood. Steel is also much more durable than wood. Termites and rot are not a problem, which results in lower maintenance cost later. Also, wood can rot and warp whereas steel will not. Steel is also more economical than wood. The construction requires less labor, and as a result the labor cost is much lower. Steel is fire resistant, which will lower insurance costs.

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