Hot dip galvanized steel (HDGI), ZINCALUME STEEL COIL
SGCC,ENG10142, DX51D, ASTM A653
SMOOTH OR MATTE
MARBLE GRAIN OR WOOD GRAIN
EXPOXY, POLYESTER, PVDF
TOP LACQURE COATING
BACK LACQURE COATING
100000 TON per year
10 YEARS OF OUTDOOR USING FOR PE
Applications of Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil:
1) Buildings and constructions: roofing, ceilings, gutters, venting lines, indoor decorations, window frames, etc.
2) Electrical appliances: computer shells, washing machines, refrigerators, dehumidifiers, video recorders, water heaters, etc.
3) Agricultural equipments: troughs, feeding tools, agricultural driers, irrigation channels, etc.
4) Vehicle parts: back-seat plates of buses and trucks, conveying systems, oil tanks, etc.
Coating Chief Feature
|Project||Pencil hardness||Reverse impact||T bending||Cupping test||MEK cleaning|
|Front/back||≥ H/2H||≥ 9J/6J||≤ 3T/5T||≥ 6mm/4mm||≥ 100time/50time|
Structure of GI/PPGI
Protecting from scratchs and contamination
Chemical resistance and formability
Workability, corrosion resistance and adhesion to the primer coating
Good adhesion and corrosion resistance
Corrosion resistance and adhesion to the substrate
- Q:Warhammer 40k:Steel Legion?
- The stock at various shops may vary, but you can buy Steel Legion miniatures through the mail order, or the Internet from GW. Cadian troopers are plastic, There are no plastic Steel Legion troops. The plastic models are (a tiny bit) not so horribly expensive as the metallic ones. The minimum requirements for your force vary from mission to mission, but a good start is 1 HQ unit 2 Troop choices. Also, the total points cost of the battle is to be considered. (Usually 500, 1000, or 1500 points.) What you described is one possible choice, although the size of IG squads is 10 and not 20. And you must include a command squad, the commissar is optional. You might change the other 20 troops for a tank, or a squad of Sentinels. Happy gaming!
- Q:Middle name for Steel?
- Steel Rod Tompkins Steel Blaze Tompkins Steel Adam Tompkins
- Q:STEEL STRINGS ON CLASSICAL GUITAR?
- describes the differences in construction of classical nylon string guitars and steel string guitars--like I said, it would involve reconstruction of more than just a neck
- Q:What is better acoustic nylon guitar or steel stringed?
- Depends on what kind of music you want to play. Nylon string guitars are used for classical music, and sometimes for jazz, occasionally for folk music. Steel string acoustic guitars are used for almost everything else -- rock, pop, country, bluegrass, folk, blues, jazz, you-name-it. Some people will tell you that beginners should start on nylon strings because they're supposed to be softer on your fingertips but unless you plan to continue playing classical or jazz or folk on your nylon string guitar for some time to come, you're wasting your money. If you want to play rock, pop, country or almost anything else, get a steel string guitar, put light-gauge steel strings on it. Your fingertips are going to be sore for the first few weeks no matter what kind of strings you have on your guitar -- you might as well start off on a guitar that will have the sound you want for the kind of music you actually want to play. Nylon string guitars also have wider necks and fingerboards than steel string guitars, so if you have smaller hands, a steel string guitar will probably be more comfortable for you to play. Hope this helps.
- Q:Whats better chrome vanadium steel or carbon stainless steel?
- Vanadium Steel Knives
- Q:how to wash/clean stainless steel fridge?
- if you first wash it with hot soapy water to get rid of any grease. Then make a solution of vinegar and water in a spray, spray the solution onto stainless steel, wipe down, then polish dry with a clean cloth, you will not need stainless steel polish as it will come up lovely and clean and shiny.
- Q:Can carbon steel be solution annealed?
- No. Carbon steel has two different crystal structures, FCC and BCC , depending on the temperature. when you heat steel up and then quench it, it locks the crystal structure into the BCC form. this makes it hard. whereas precipitation hardened austentic stainlesses remain BCC regardless of the temp, so the hardness change is not a function of thermally induced strain. you can anneal carbon steel but the thermal profile is closer to the precipitation profile of PH stainlesses than it is to the Solution annealing profile.
- Q:Damascus steel sword blades question,?
- Damascus: A folding technique where the steel is folded over itself many (generally up to sixteen) times, leading to hundreds or even thousands of layers (one fold = 2 layers, two folds = 4 layers, three folds = 8 layers, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096, etc.). More folds than sixteen are pointless, as the layers would become thinner than one molecule - which is impossible. This method was developed to removed impurities from the steel (it also removes carbon, which is bad, but can be compensated for to some degree), but modern steel is so pure that Damascus folding is no longer needed. It is now used for aesthetic reasons; Damascus steel looks really good; you can see the layers in the blade. San Mai: Translates to three layers. Layers of softer, lower carbon steel (or iron) is forge welded to layers of harder, higher carbon steel. The lower carbon steel forms the core (and sometimes the sides and/or back), and the higher carbon steel forms the edge. The hard edge will hold its sharpness, the softer core provides shock absorption; making the sword harder to break. Unlike Damascus, San Mai is still very practical. San Mai folds should be invisible; if you can see a San Mai fold the forging was flawed and the blade should be discarded - you'll have to trust your seller that the blade is San Mai - you can't tell by looking. San Mai can be revealed by etching the blade with acid, such as lemon juice, but I don't recommend trying this unless you know what you're doing; you can permanently stain the blade. San Mai swords are more durable (and more expensive) than simple blades. They are more durable (and usually less expensive) than Damascus blades. A blade can be either San Mai or Damascus, or it can be both; Damascus steel which is then San Mai folded. Very cool, looks good and lasts long.
- Q:I want to make a stainless steel chess set and need help...?
- I'll buy one. You'll have to machine it from blocks... You could invest in a milling machine - they are like drill presses and lathes all together and more... If you hook it up to your computer, you can do a CNC milling, where you can get really creative and finely detailed. Stainless is heavy and hard, so it'll go through your bits, and you should use the super duty bits as well. I have always wanted an SS chess set, I made a board out of leather. It's really super awesome, just need your pieces now. Or make mine from Plutonium, or Tungsten Carbide.
- Q:what steel is best for a sword?
- You'll okorder.com has a great introductory articles on metallurgy as it pertains to swords. Check 'em out.
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