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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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Q:What is the weight of a molecule of steel?
Steel is an alloy consisting mostly of iron with a little Carbon thrown in. Steel is not a molecule, therefore, it does not have a molecular weight. Steel contains atoms of iron and carbon in a crystal lattice, along with various other alloying elements such as manganese, chromium, vanadium, and tungsten.
Q:is magnetic steel hygenic to produce stainless steel utensils?
Magnetic steel rusts. That's why kitchenware is often made out of stainless. You can't turn magnetic steel into stainless, sorry. Metalurgy is a complicated subject, and is all about different alloys. It's far too involved to explain in a few paragraphs here, but no, they're not interchangeable in this case unless you want to produce kitchenware that rusts.
Q:Disadvantages of stainless steel?
For horse stirrups the main disadvantage to stainless steel is the manufacturing cost. Stainless steels tend to work harden, and are subject to their own peculiar forms of corrosion, but I see little implication to either of these factors when used as a stirrup iron or a safety latch. Stainless steel is also subject to self welding, or galling, this would be of no concern for the irons, but could result in the pivot of the safety latch freezing (I have never known anyone to ride with the safety latch closed, however).
Q:Stainless steel ring?
Stainless steel will never tarnish so you don't have to worry about it. It's a better choice than silver, for silver,you'll have to clean it with either a cleaner product or toothpaste. Oh yeah, and stainless steel has that cool and modern look.
Q:Comparing the speed of sound in air, water, and steel?
Speed Of Sound In Steel
Q:Welding Stainless Steel?
Yes you can use regular welding rods for stainless steel. But you will not have the properties of the stainless. The weld joint will have a different color than the stainless if you grind/grain/finish the weld. It could also rust. The joint could be weaker. It is best to use a rod that comes as close to the base metal stainless as possible. (30 years welding - certified)
Q:How difficult is it to harden steel?
Some steel won't 'harden' very much to begin with. Mild steel found commonly around the shop/farm/house has few alloys other than carbon, and may not get the desired hardness no matter what you do. A quick test to see what type you have (mild steel vs. alloy) is to touch it to a grinding wheel.
Q:What is the best butcher's steel?
get one made in germany if you can. you might want to invest in some stones. they have some great videos on youtube on how to sharpen knives.
Q:steel plow?
If you're willing to substitute the word iron for steel (steel came a good bit later in history), the Girard plow from the 1300's in Belgium would be the first example known. It's named after the guy who invented it (Girard). How did it work? Like any other plow! You drag it along and it makes a trench of sorts in the ground! It was used for agricultural purposes. As for how it was produced, you need to look up the history of the Iron Age to understand how they started to use iron back in about 1200BC to make tools.
Q:Steel mine question help!!!?
The existence of them would be a good start. Steel is produced from iron ore, not mined.

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