cold rolled steel coil / sheet / plate -SPCE in 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


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cold rolled steel coil / sheet / plate -SPCE in CNBM

cold rolled steel coil / sheet / plate -SPCE in CNBM


Our products enjoy an excellent reputation and have been exported to Europe, South-America, the Middle-East, Southeast-Asia, Africa and Russia etc.. We sincerely hope to establish good and long-term business relationship with your esteemed company.





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Q:The difference between aluminized color steel roll and ordinary color steel roll
Substrate selection: AZ150 (aluminum zinc content 150g/m2); G345A high strength galvanized steel sheet (55% aluminum, 43% zinc and 1.6% silicon) corrosion resistance data: 5%NaCL 35 DEG C, 1000Hrs, Field good, Scribe, No, Blister, 2mm belowQ.U.V: 2000hrs, MAX.2 color, light to keep the rate above 90%, the above data show that aluminum zinc coated board (AZ150, G345A, PVDF) is very suitable for the extreme environment of buildings or other facilities, highly corrosion resistance and weather resistance, and the major steel plate can ensure the service life of 20 years. In addition, high strength steel has been widely used abroad, and it has good economic performance, and it is also the domestic development trend.
Q:Will a stainless steel ring rust, or tarnish?
Stainless steel is a generic term for a huge variety of different alloys. In manufacturing, each steel has different numbers, etc that they go by. Some steel sold as being stainless actually is not. It rusts, like the cheap kitchen knives you see that are left in the sink too long. However, the stainless in jewelry is pretty legit. Overpriced, but legit. It will not tarnish, but it won't stay shiny forever. It might get a little less glossy over time. When it does get re-polished, it takes a long time to do it. But it will not turn black or rust. Good luck.
Q:Car accident with a steel mailbox?
Let me get this straight. You were driving too fast for conditions, lost control due to driving too fast, hit a stationary mailbox, car is totaled due to driving too fast for conditions, and you want to be reimbursed? Sorry, you are dead wrong. It is your duty to maintain control of your car at all times. If there was any damage to the mailbox, you are the one liable.
Q:Can I load my own steel core ammo?
I don't ever recall seeing reloading components listed as steel core but I guess they could be out there. Why on earth would you want to load steel core if regular projectiles are available?
Q:Why was molton steel found at ground zero?
People who believed the buildings collapsed because of the planes are far far off. 1. Burning jet fuel CANNOT melt steel - FACT! 2. The twin towers were built to withstand a hit from a Boeing 707 - FACT 3. NORAD didn't respond - for the first time EVER! - FACT! 4. The pentagon has the most CCTV cameras than any other buildings in the world and they only release the tape which the plane is not visible, they also confiscated the tape from the store opposite which would have shown the plane - if it existed. State sponsored terrorism has been around for along tI'me, im surprised at how many people still believe the official story.
Q:which sounds better, nylon or steel string?
it all depends nylon is faster, and brighter than steel, but is available only on acoustic as coil pickups won't detect them(only peizo will). That is one reason. Another is price, you tend to replace the nylon more often as it is weaker, and less resistant to corrision. EVEN THOUGH strings have a larger price range, and be cheaper than steel, or considerably more expensive. overall the nylon is brighter, but quite-er. Steel is louder, but deeper. nylon doesn't get feedback as easily, and is amazingly fast and easy to play. some think nylon sounds old fashoined(it looks it too, with an open headstock, ond classical look(sometimes mistaken as another name for it). MY SUGGESTION- visit your local music shop and try out steel, and nylons to in person get a feel for the sound.(remember that you get what you pay for, go as high in price as you can reasonably afford) ALWAYS TRY BEFORE YOU BUY, PLAY BOTH TYPES IN THE SAME RANGE OF PRICE(at least $400), THEN DECIDE WHAT SOUNDS BETTER TO YOU(and of course feels better and easier to play).
Q:Vegan ANSI Steel Toes?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Vegan ANSI Steel Toes? I have a job where I'm required to wear ANSI certified steel toed boots or shoes(so long as its ANSI). Thing is, I'm a vegan. I do NOT want to buy leather, and I will go to great lengths to buy a non leather shoe/boot I can wear on the job! I AM currently borrowing my dad's leather ANSI...
Q:Is Titanium stronger than mild steel?
Contrary to what we are usually told, Ti weight to strength ratio is better only for lower strength alloys. Steels match or best Ti and Al alloy ratio's for high strengths. Hard to answer this question, due to varying effects of cold work, alloying, and heat treatments. In general, traditional mild steels with little cold work are about equivalent strength to commercially pure Ti. Cleverly selected mild steels with extensive cold work have greater UTS (and really greater SMYS) than commercially pure Ti, and approach strength of the best Ti alloys. Ti starts at about 60ksi UTS for commercially pure, and goes up to about 200ksi for high strength alloys. Mild steel has varying definitions. Plain carbon steels use virtually no alloying materials other than carbon. Low carbon steels starting in the 1008 (0.08% carbon) range can be cold worked to 100ksi UTS, while 1030, the maximum carbon for mild steel per one source, can be cold worked up to about 180ksi. Simple steels can go about 215 ksi UTS at fairly reasonable cost with lesser cold work than I was using because producers can't make stronger steels with higher degrees of cold work. High strength alloys can best 350ksi at impressively high cost. (and they match best titanium alloy strength to weight ratio). They are why wide body aircraft have lots of steel - landing gears, flap mechanisms, etc. Don't know about cold working Ti though. It doesn't seem to be done much, but difficult to find info.
Q:What is mild steel and what items are made from it?
Mild steel is what your friends get when they see your mom's cleavage.
Q:buying Stainless Steel refrigerator?
it is indeed in style.. but they're very hard to keep clean. take it from me. i have one. and if you even toush it with your finger. there's a smudge or mark. you have to constantly keep cleaning it. but it's no different that having a regular new refrigerator. they're just more stylish. but overall you should get the stainless steal one. just keep up with it. lol. hope it helped.

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