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Specifications of Cold Rolled Steel Coil/Sheet:


  1)Grade: SPCC, SPCD, SPCE, DC01-06, St12, Super deep drawing


  2)Standard: JIS G3141-1996, EN 10131-2006, DIN EN 1002


  3)Thickness: 0.18mm - 3.0mm


  4)Width: 600/1000/1250/1500 (mm) or per customer's request


  5)Coil ID: 508mm/610mm or per customer's request

B:Package of Cold Rolled Steel Tape:


   Strapped with min three strapping strips, covered by anti-water paper and plastic film, fixed on the iron or

wooden pallets by strapping strips and covered by plastic bag to prevent damage from transportation.



C: Applications for cold rolled Steel coil:
1) For the further producing of hot dip galvanized steel products


2) Cold rolled Steel Coil: Auto manufacture, Oil drum, Transformer's tank panel, Furniture etc.

D:Process of Cold Rolled Steel Tape:
   a: Pickling: To clean the dust and rust points on the surface.


   b: Cold Rolling: Digital rolling control system produces minimum thickness tolerance, helps to prevent twist and improve straightness.


   c: Slitting: Precise slitting machinery helps control the best width tolerance and avoid camber or cracker. Also we can make round or sharp edge with additional process and special machines.


   d: Heat treatment: Advanced annealing, tempering and hardening techniques will help to produce proper mechanical property of the products to insure our client’s usage with minimum harm to natural environment.
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F: Applications of Cold Rolled SteelCoil:

1) For the further producing of hot dip galvanized steel products
2) Auto manufacture, Oil drum, Transformer's tank panel, Furniture etc.

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North/South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Mid East, ect.

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Q:Is stainless steel stainless all the way through?
It's solid stainless steel, stainless steel is just an alloy. You might have rubbed off some of the finish of the blade. Just polish it up if it's bothering you.
Q:can i heat treat and temper ASTM A36 steel?
A36 is plain carbon structural steel. A36 could almost be considered junk steel. It is not suitable for cutting tools in any respect, as it is far to soft to hold an edge. A36 generally cannot be heat-treated, A36 can only be strengthened by cold-working, and even then, only up to about 60,000 psi. Heating the steel will only make it softer. The only real virtue of A36 is that it's easy to work with, it's easily cut and machined and it is very easy to weld. This is good for making steel structure, but not for knives. Probably the most popular material for knife blades is type 440C stainless. 440C is easy to work with in the un-treated state, and the heat treatment procedure is relatively simple.
Q:Cast iron Vs. Stainless steel?
Cast iron. That's what OEMs use obviously it's better. Bring on the Thumbs Down from the peanut gallery.
Q:How do you melt steel without a blast furnace?
Iron melts at a very high temperature, so if the goal is to melt it, then there will be a certain amount of intense heat of course. Steel is recycled in a carbon arc furnace. The bottom is lined in graphite. Large graphite rods are lowered into iron scrap and enormous amounts of electricity melt the iron due to the heating of the carbon due to its resistance. The carbon also removes any oxides by forming CO2. Aluminum and lead can also be recycled in this fashion. Ordinary rust can be turned into liquid iron through the use of the thermite reaction. Rust and aluminum power can be ignited with a propane toarch or a magnesium ribbon fuse. The aluminum is oxidized and the rust reduced to molten iron. This reaction is used to spot weld cracks in steel structures, like railroad tracks. It is also a popular arson device used by spies.
Q:Will my damascus steel knife rust?
For many spo Damascus Knifertsmen, a hunting knife is one of the most important and cherished pieces of outdoor equipment they will ever own. Hunting knives are used for everything from cutting rope to field dressing a fresh kill, which means they need to be strong, sharp, durable and able to withstand the rain. Many avid out doors men prefer to invest in a high-quality hunting knife that will last for years and will perform reliably in the field. Because of this desire for reliability and quality workmanship, the Damascus blade knife has become an increasingly popular choice within the past few decades. Following is a look at what a Damascus knife is and why it’s so coveted by hunters.
Q:Can steel oxidize?????????
Yes - Steel can oxidize, its most commonly called rust Steel is a metal. Depending on the level of oxidation, you might be able to polish it with very fine steel wool. If is is really bad, then you might need a chemical cleaner such as Naval Jelly, which can be found at the hardware store. But the Naval Jelly might discolor the metal, so then you might need to polish it afterward to return its finish.
Q:dangers of the steel factories?
All manufacturing jobs of that era were incredibly dangerous, even textile work, but steel work was likely the worst. Men would fall into vats of molten metal, be crushed under huge metal bars, hit by cranes, burned by simple contact with any of the red hot pieces of metal flying all around, and most commonly, die from asphyxiation or lung ailments from the constantly burning fires. Heat stroke was a big killer, too. There was virtually no form of compensation, either for injured workers, or, in the case of death, for their families. The Bessemer method, which Carnegie introduced into the US, was hoped to improve conditions...instead, it merely improved output, and Carnegie's factories after 1900 worked 200,000 men, twelve hours a day, on wages that barely kept their families alive.
Q:Why should you heat thicker steel before welding?
For most mild steel, it is not necessary to preheat the steel, even in thick sections. Preheating, as well as maintaining interpass temperatures is sometime used when welding high-strength or high-performance steels. This reduces the likelihood of weld cracks. Mild steel is ductile enough that weld cracks aren't usually a problem. Preheating reduces the speed at which the weld cools and solidifies. in high-strength steels, this produces a more ductile microstructure in the weld and heat affected zone, thus reducing the possibility of hot and cold cracks. This also may improve some of the mechanical properties of the H.A.Z., such as impact toughness. The slower cooling rate allows more time for hydrogen to diffuse out of the weld, reducing the potential for hydrogen embrittlement. Hydrogen is produced when water vapor reacts with the steel at high temperatures, producing iron oxide and hydrogen gas. Some steels can be damaged by even relatively small amounts of hydrogen. Electrodes used in flux core arc welding and in shielded metal arc welding often contain fluxes which tend to absorb moisture from the air. Also, rust and mill scale contain water molecules which are chemically bound to the iron atoms. Note that hydrogen embrittlement is generally not an issue with mild steel, due to it's low carbon and alloy content. Preheating also reduces shrinkage stresses, due to the slower cooling rate. This is beneficial in parts which are heavily restrained, or where distortion is a particular concern.
Q:should i get steel shafted irons?
It depends on your swing speed. If you have a faster swing speed and notice you are consistently hitting high with your irons and having some trouble with accuracy, you will benefit from playing steel shafted irons. If your swing speed is on the slower end of the spectrum, stick with the graphite irons for a couple more years until you swing has developed and you are hitting farther.
Q:How to weld stainless steel?
Stainless steel is a fascinating metal to weld. Welding stainless can be difficult if you don't know what you are doing. It reacts to excessive heat by warping and distorting once it cools. Everything shows up in stainless. If you weld with too much heat you can see it by the heat marks left in the metal along with any distortion. It also scratches very easily so you must take care when welding on a metal table. Stainless steels can be welded using several different procedures such as shielded metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, and gas metal arc welding but stainless steel welding wires have been developed for welding stainless steels.

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