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Quick Details

  • Standard: GB, JIS

  • Thickness: 0.5-2.0mm

  • Place of Origin: Hebei, China (Mainland)

  • Type: Steel Coil

  • Technique: Cold Rolled

  • Surface Treatment: Other

  • Application: Other

  • Steel Grade: ST12

 

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:EXPORT packing
Delivery Detail:25 DAYS

Specifications

cold steel coil
thickness: 0.5-2.0mm
width: 1000-1250mm
Material: SPCC, ST 12, Q235, ST13,SPCD,ST16

cold steel coil
thickness: 0.5-2.0mm
width: 1000-1250mm
Material: SPCC, ST 12, Q235, ST13,SPCD,ST16

Specification:

0.5/0.6/0.8*1000*C

1.2/1.5/2.0*1250*C

1.2/1.5*1250*C

 0.7/0.8/1.0/1.2/2.5/3.0*1250*C

 

 

Specifications

Material: SS400
Thickness: 2.0-12mm
Length: 2438, 6000, 9000mm or as required.

SS400   11.5*1500   
SS400   11.5*2000   
SS400   2.0*1500    
SS400   2.3*1500    
SS400   2.5*1500    
SS400   2.5*1800    
SS400   2.75*1500   
SS400   3.0*1500    
SS400   3.5*1500    
SS400   3.75*1500   
SS400   4.0*1500    
SS400   4.3*1500    
SS400   4.5*1500    
SS400   4.7*1500    
SS400   4.75*1500   
SS400   5.5*1500    
SS400   5.7*1500    
SS400   5.75*1500   
SS400   5.8*1500    
SS400   7.3*1500    
SS400   7.5*1500    
SS400   7.75*1500   
SS400   7.75*2000   
SS400   9.3*1500    
SS400   9.75*1500   
SS400   9.75*2000   

 

 

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Q:Why is the American steel industry failing?
Q:Is steel lighter than iron?
There are lightweight steel alloys that are lighter, for a given volume, than pig iron. The words iron and steel have referred to different materials at different times, and are used in different ways. A steel structure may also be lighter because steel alloys are stronger, in a given cross-section, that iron or other types of steel. For example, a 1-inch bar of chrome-vanadium steel is stronger than a 1-inch bar of 4130 mild steel or pig iron. The more you find out about it, the more complicated it is. But the answer to your question is (a) Yes, and (b) it's all relative.
Q:Permanently expanding steel?
You can calculate the maximum reversible strain, for elastic loading as follows: You need to look up the yield strength (for that particular type of steel). Divide this yield strength by the elastic modulus of steel (also called Young's modulus). That gives you the strain at the onset of yielding, the maximum you can strain the steel fibers before crossing the point of no return. If you are interested in the strain until failure, you need to take tensile test measurements. Seldom do people document an equation to model the non-elastic portion of the stress-strain curve of the specimen, because seldom do we design systems to operate with materials which yield. We want systems which only deform reversibly and elastically. This means you need to perform an experiment to find what you are actually desiring to know.
Q:Structural steel architecture?
if u need to analyse a steel framed structure for joint details the best example would be of a mechanic workshop...the truss of such a workshop is always supported on a portal frame and in most of the case thats a steel structure...do keenly observe the joints at the footing plates that is connected to the girder section...nd also observe the joints in truss of such a frame....myslf m a civil engg. student.
Q:How do I clean stainless steel?
You can try Stainless Steel wipes. Weiman is a good brand
Q:Steel shafted woods vs Graphite woods?
I'd be very surprised if there are any tour players still using steel shafts on their woods (I did actually see Tiger with a steel shaft on a driver during a clinic in 2002). Top end graphite shafts have gotten so much better there's just no reason for pros not to use them anymore. That being said, I use a 45 True Temper stiff steel shaft in my driver (Cobra X-speed, 9.5*). Graphite is longer than steel, but the distance I've lost is minimal (maybe 10 yards and I still put it out there 250+ consistently). The extra weight has actually helped me stay in control which has improved my overall driving considerably, and the very low torque in a steel shaft has paid off huge in accuracy. You're paying minimum $60 (or more) for a graphite shaft with a similar torque rating to any steel shaft. I hit easily twice as many fairways since the switch. I've even switched out my other fairway woods too, the feel and control are so much nicer. I've considered going with a 46 on the driver to try to regain some of the distance, and at $7 per shaft I can actually just go do that whenever I want. Don't get me wrong, if I were playing for money or flirting with par I'd invest in good quality graphite stuff no question, but it doesn't make sense to me right now. I'd recommend to anyone looking for more consistency out of their woods to take $20 to your golf shop and try it out. It's a lot cheaper than the alternatives.
Q:How to tell if something is Steel?
If it rusts, magnetic, hard, heavy with high melting point I reckon yourve found mild steel.
Q:Will painted steel rust?
Painting a piece of steel will coat it with a protective layer, causing it to not rust (not get oxidised). Aluminum does not rust.
Q:Key differences between the term structural steel fabrication & steel fabrication?
Structural steel is steel construction material, a profile, formed with a specific shape or cross section and certain standards of chemical composition and strength. Structural steel shape, size, composition, strength, storage, etc, is regulated in most industrialized countries. Fabrication, when used as an industrial term, applies to the building of machines, structures and other equipment, by cutting, shaping and assembling components made from raw materials. Small businesses that specialize in metal are called fab shops. Steel fabrication shops and machine shops have overlapping capabilities, but fabrication shops generally concentrate on the metal preparation, welding and assembly aspect while the machine shop is more concerned with the machining of parts.
Q:Steel & Iron Industry?
Steel is made from injecting air into molten iron

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