Cold Rolled Steel coil / Sheet / plate -SPCC from CNBM

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The raw material of cold rolled steel coil/sheet is high quality hot rolled product, and after pickling, kinds of new technology and new process of global cold rolling production have been applied. Therefore the manufacturing, home appliance, automobile etc.

 

Specification:

COLD ROLLED STEEL

Thicknenss

0.10mm-4.00mm

Width        

600mm-2000mm

Sheets  length  

1200-6000mm

Coil inner  diameter  

508-610mm

Surface  treatement

matt finish/bright  finish,oiling/dry, bright anneal/black anneal

Coil  weight    

3-5t

 

Application:

1. Refrigerators, cabinets, power distribution baords and drums.

2. Automobile floor and roof panels.

3. Automobile fenders and quarter panels

4. Automobile fenders and quarter panels


Advantage:

1. High Quality SurfaceFinish

2. High Dimensional Precision

3. Excellent mechanicalproperty


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Q:Is carbon steel a type of alloy?
Carbon steels are alloys. This is evident in the carbon-iron phase diagram:
Q:making holes is iron and steel?
If a drill bit will not do the job, you will have to go to something like EDM. But that is a lot of trouble, ask a machinist first.
Q:Nylon or Steel strings for guitar?
Musical variety speaks volumes with regards to this trouble. Folks that need excessive volume will probably be unhappy with unamplified nylon string guitars. From my viewpoint, the basic change between steel and nylon is this: metal strings ring and nylon strings resonate. The volume produced via steel is usually a lot greater than nylon but, to my mind-set, the sound resonance produced with the aid of the wooden of your guitar is essentially masked by using steel strings. If you have a decently made guitar (often, around a thousand bucks and up), the sound interaction between the timber and the strings in a nylon guitar is magical throughout the complete frequency range. With a metal string guitar, the sound produced by using the vibrating string overpowers the timber resonance at all but low frequencies. Personally, i'll take a nylon string guitar any day for the sensitivity gained from the interplay between timber and vibrating string.
Q:stainless steel refrigerator that doesn't leave fingerprints?
RE: stainless steel refrigerator that doesn't leave fingerprints? I want a stainless steel refrigerator that doesn't leave fingerprints and I'm looking on Lowe's website but they have too many choices and i don't have a clue what they are. The have stainless, stainless look, stainless steel, monochromatic satina, and monochromatic stainless steel....
Q:What does "steel roll number" mean?
Steel coil number is the specification of steel coil.
Q:Silver OR Steel Jewellery.?
I think steel would probably be better than silver. (Since silver tarnishes.) I have a piece of steel jewellery and it looks the same as silver. You should definately get her it.
Q:Are steel toed boots okay for street motorcycle riding?
I honestly don't like riding with heavy boots on my sport bikes. It it tough to get a feel for where neutral is, and there really isn't a ton of clearance between the peg and the shift lever. I prefer lighter, more flexible boots like my old desert combat boots. They are really well broken in and you can really feel what's going on. When I ride a bike with a heal-toe shift like my old Roadking, it doesn't matter nearly as much. You could probably shift pretty well wearing ski-boots. As long as they give you enough feel for the shift lever, any boots will probably be fine though.
Q:How to wear out stainless steel?
Just abuse it. You could hit with a hammer, expose it to flame, throw it at or grind it around on rocks or concrete, rub it with steel wool. (be artful in how you do this, the pattern could end up looking too deliberate if you're not careful.) For an example of naturally aged stainless steel, look at some cooking pots/pans. If you don't have any old ones, maybe your parents or someone you know does. They usually get a little banged up/scuffed/stained after a while. (I think the stainless just means it doesn't rust.)
Q:Are Black Steel and Black Iron the same?
Black steel is steel with a surface layer of dark coloured iron oxides used for low pressure hot water heating pipes. Black iron is iron without any finish on it, which is really gray-black in color. they may be the same as many people often confuse iron and steel. Since the steel is simply steel with a covering, it could describe any steel including your silver steel.
Q:what is difference between high carbon steel blade for katana swords?
The guy below me obviously has no idea WTF he's talking about. It does NOT have anything to do with the edge angle at which the blade is sharpened. It does NOT have to do with heat treating. Both of these things are important, but they won't determine the type of steel. I'll try to help. 1095 is one of the best performing steels, against carbon steel or stainless steel, in the world. It's incredibly hard, holds its edge well and comes to a beautiful edge when sharpened correctly. As you know though, carbon steels need to be properly maintained to avoid rust/corrosion. Out of the steels you listed I'll give a brief summary of each steel... -1095 (Great all around steel, but is brittle by comparison to the others. This doesn't mean it will chip easily, but the other steels can take more of a beating. That being said, this is going to take a nicer edge, and hold it longer.) -1080 (A little bit more flexible and less liable to chip than 1095. A good compromise between edge retention/quality and ruggedness. -1065 (Commonly used in machetes and other heavy duty bush tools. Takes a decent utility edge and is highly unlikely to chip) -1060 1045 (Both extremely flexible and soft in comparison to 1095. Unlikely to chip, but it takes a crude edge. This edge will cut, but not like 1095 will.) Go with 1095. My favorite knife I own is in 1095 and serves me well everytime I head off into the woods. Keep some Rem-Oil on that bad boy though.

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