cold rolled steel coil / sheet-SPCC in good quality

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Shanghai
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30 m.t.
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5000000 m.t./month

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Product Name

Cold Rolled Sheet Coil

Material

SPCC/SPCD/SPCE/DC01/ST12/ ST14/SPCD/DC03/DC04 ect.

Grade Standard

JIS G3302, EN10142, ASTM653, ASTM95

Thickness

0.15-3.5mm

Width

600mm-1500mm

Coil ID

508-610mm

Coil OD

max 1500mm

Weight

3-10 Tons

Tolerance

Thickness tolerance:+/-0.02mm; Width tolerance:+/-5mm

Surface

No-skin passed or Skin passed, Tensile leveled

Surface Treatment

Chromate/Unchromate passivation, fingerprint resistant treatment, oiled/unoiled

Annual Output

350,000MT

Application

Construction, hardware, home applicances, interior decoration


Main Features:

1. Commercial quality suitable for bending fabrication and simple forming; this is the type in greatest demand.

2. Drawing quality second only to that of SPCEN. Excellent uniformity.

3. Deep-drawing quality.With metallurgically controlled grain size, it retains its beautiful finish even after being deep-drawn.

4. Extra-low-carbon steel sheets with highest workability


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eye to the side packingeye to the skycoils in the container

Packing and Transport:

The packing of coils consists of anti-damp paper, PVC film, hardboard paper, steel box, strapped with steel strips, fitted with locks and edge protectors and guarantees the optimal condition of the delivered goods. Each coil can be additionally fitted with wooden/steel skids(eye to the side)or wooden pallets(eye to the sky).

 

 

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Q:A roll of 1 meters wide color steel roll about how many tons?
Generally speaking, it will be about 4 tons, the export may be larger, but 10 tons of papers have not yet seen
Q:what are the characteristics of iron / steel?
Technically, this is known as ductility. a material which can be permanently bent and stretched is said to be ductile. Pure iron, when it lacks carbon and impurities like sulfur and phosphorus, is relatively soft, ductile, and weak. It's about as soft as brass. It can be stretched to about 50% of it's original length before it breaks. The amount a sample can be stretched without breaking is known as elongation. The key to steel is the addition of about 2 parts per thousand of carbon, or around 0.2%. This alters the crystal structure and makes steel much harder, stronger, and tougher, though it also becomes somewhat less ductile. Mild steel, with a low carbon content, has an elongation of around 30% Adding more carbon makes the steel yet stronger, but further reduces the elongation. Adding more than 2-3% carbon produces what is known as Cast Iron. Cast iron is brittle. It has virtually no ductility. It's pretty cheap to produce though.
Q:Can you WELD STEEL to ALUMINUM? How much heavier/stronger is STEEL?
I can't weld steel to aluminum, and generally speaking I'd say the answer is no, however, there are some special procedures that can make a metallic bond between steel and aluminum, it can be done with explosive welding. A lot of multi-ply cookware is made with aluminum sandwiched between stainless steel, there is so much of it that I imagine there is another way besides explosives, but I don't know what. In any case it is not a normal workshop procedure. Steel is often considerably easier to weld, but it depends on the alloy. some steels are difficult to weld and some aluminum alloys are fairly easy, but on the average steel is easier. as far as brittle/ flexible it again depend on the alloy, some steels are less brittle than some aluminum alloys and the other way around. Steel does have a higher modulus of elasticity, so for a given size steel is stiffer, but that is for elastic deformation, for plastic deformation steel often has a higher yield strength, but some of the more exotic aluminum alloys can be stronger than low grades of steel.
Q:Steel pipe info please...?
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Q:how do you get broken steel?
P.G.A/A. (Professional Gamer Advice/Answer) First off, what you need to know is Broken Steel is an expansion pack (to a certain extent). What you need to do is first download the content to the device that holds your Fallout 3 save files, be it PC or 360, and then you must simply complete Project Purity by choking to death... Or, if you have already done this and saved, then simply load up your game. You will know it's beginning when the old coot that leads the Brotherhood of Steel tells you that they have brought you Back from the dead. From there, you go on all sorts of wacky and explosion-filled adventures. There is even another segment with everyone's favorite patriotic technological warfare robot, Liberty Prime! And oh MAN is that part fun. As well, there are tons of new weapons, armors, and even the ability to (for a limited time) tame death-claws! But DO be careful, because they explode quite easily...there is also the Outcast Armor, which in my opinion is the most bad-*** because it is black armor with a red trim rather than a silver armor with a bluish-silver trim.
Q:Are desalination plants made of steel?
no u idiot
Q:Is Steel crystalline in its makeup?
Steel is crystalline. In general the bigger the crystals the better.
Q:what Wok to buy - carbon steel, stainless steel, cast iron?
Carbon steel is definitely the way to go. This is the authentic wok. Of course, you must be aware that it can rust if not dried--but in use you will seldom wash it anyway. The correct practice is simply to wipe it out with a paper towel. In this way the wok keeps its natural non-stick qualities. Whenever it is washed it must be re-seasoned--by heating it very hot with salt. Stainless steel of course does not rust and makes a pretty picture hanging up--but its utility ends there. It does not have the heat conduction qualities that are needed. Still, there are other factors which go into wok cooking (such as degree of heat available) which have nothing to do with the wok. With that in view, a SS wok might be your choice, but from a cooking standpoint, carbon is better. One added factor you must consider is thickness of the steel. Cheap woks will flex readily if grasped by the handles. A quality wok is twice as thick. It is not too much to aim for 1/8 thickness, or nearly that. There is also the flat bottomed Shanghai wok which is about 1/4 thick and usually comes with a teflon finish. These are very inexpensive but useful because they can be heated up to a high temperature which it will hold to a certain extent. The bane of wok cookery is insufficient heat. (I have an electric stove right now which exhibits that defect).
Q:What could the impurities in steel wool be?
Impurities in steel wool would be of the elemental type. I'm sure steel wool is a mixture of different low grade not good for much of anything else materials. There may be excessive impurities such as lead, cobalt, boron, aluminum etc... in the steel wool. There may also be solvent residue on the wool i.e cleaner, lubricant etc.. I'm sure every batch is different - I know the iron level is high thats what makes them rust quickly.
Q:in what stores do they sell steel toe shoes?
Do a search for local safety toe shoes. I have to have them for work also, and as a woman I can't just go to Walmarts. Unfortunately the store I go to is here in Atlanta, so not much help. But there are specialty stores for safety shoes. Brands I like are Hytest and Georgia Boots. Especially the Hytest instead of steel toes which are heavy the toes are kevlar.

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