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SPCC/ST12/DC01/Q195/Q195L
1000,000 tons per year Stable Supply
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standard    AISI, ASTM, DIN, GB, JIS
Steel GradeQ195/Q195L/st12/dc01/spcc
Thickness 0.15-1.5mm
Width 500-914mm
Length coil
hardness t2-t5
coating 1.1/1.1;2.2/2.2;2.8/2.8, 2.8/5.6, 5.6/5.6,
Type of payment T/T, L/C
PackingAs per customer's requirement
Delivery 30days after contract
Price FOB&CIF
MOQ 20Tons

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Q:Question about steel studs.?
Steel studs are mainly for commercial applications on non bearing walls. 100 studs, must be one big assed bathroom. Do yourself a favor and install a pressure treated bottom plate, even if you use steel studs.
Q:Nylon or Steel Stringed Guitar?
Nylon stringed guitars are almost always intended for classical and flamenco guitar styles. You might see the occasional performer using one for folk, and of course Willie Nelson is famous for his nylon string sound in the country genre. The strings can be easier on a beginners fingers but you will find much less selection than with steel string guitars. Nylon has a mellower sound than steel, and good ones sound amazingly rich and full. Classical guitarists use their fingernails instead of picks to get more varied texture out of the guitar, but you can safely use a pick. Steel stringed guitars are what you are seeing and hearing most if you listen to pop, rock, country, folk, etc. There will be a much wider selection of beginner instruments to choose from. ( and some of them will be horrible!) The strings can be tougher on your fingers until you build up callouses, but that only takes a month or so. A steel string guitar will sound correct in a wider range of music, but will never sound as good at classical music as nylon. Bottom line: you can learn on either style guitar, but unless you are planning to go into classical or flamenco guitar, go with steel. In either case, don't get the cheapest one out there. It's a real case of you-get-what-you-pay-for. A cheap one will be harder to play and keep in tune.
Q:stainless steel appliance?
Baking soda mixed with liquid dish soap can make a good paste to gently rub on stains. Be sure to rinse the stainless steel surface thoroughly, and towel dry. If the stains still remain you can try vinegar. Remember to thoroughly rinse and towel dry. If stains still remain I recommend trying a stainless steel cleaner and polisher. Barkeeper's Friend is a good powder formula that can clean without scratching. Be sure to follow the directions, rinse thoroughly, and towel dry. These methods should help remove the discolorations
Q:how do they make stainless steel?
Stainless steel is regular steel that has had nickel added in the manufacturing process. Because of the nickel it prevents rust.
Q:what is best cookware? stainless steel or iron?
Some utensils are both cookware and bakeware. The choice of material for cookware and bakeware items has a significant effect on the item's performance , particularly in terms of thermal conductivity and how much food sticks to the item when in use. Some choices of material also require special pre-preparation of the surface - known as seasoning - before they are used for food preparation. Stainless steel cookware is a great choice for safe cooking. Many kinds of cookware react with the foods, either changing the taste of the food or even releasing harmful materials into the food that can cause imbalances or diseases. Many non-stick coatings like teflon are safe - but once they get scratched or overheated they can start to leak chemicals in the food that are according to some scientific studies dangerous and possibly carcinogenic. Both the cooking pot and lid handles can be made of the same material, but will mean that when picking up or touching either of these parts oven gloves will need to be worn. In order to avoid this, handles can be made of non heat conducting materials, for example bakelite, plastic or wood. It is best to avoid hollow handles because they are difficult to clean or to dry.
Q:What oil to use on knife steel?
There are several grades of steel and other types of metals used in knives. Like another user said, if it is something like 420 Stainless Steel (a very common knife steel grade), then you should not have to worry about it rusting. I still apply oil to my stainless steel knives though to keep the action smooth. Non-stainless will require oil to prevent rust if you are planning on using them heavily. There is a such thing as knife oil and you can find it online. A lot of car or sportting lubricants will work though. I use Rem Oil, a popular gun oil that you can find at Wally World for about $3 a can. Disassemble your knife. Use a solvent and a cleaning solution to clean off the old oil, dirt, and gunk. I use Hoppes solvent (a solvent that can be found at Wal-Mart for a few bucks) and either pour it into a small shot-glass and dip a toothbrush in it, dampen a wash-rag with it, or pour some in the cap and dab a cotton swab on it. Using one of these tools, I swab down my knives completely, focusing mainly on moving parts and parts of the knife that experiences high abrasion (the lock of a liner lock knife for example). Then I spray it down with Rem Oil. Reassemble the knife and let it sit overnight. The next day, I'll rub off any excess oil from the grips. Usually though, the knife is ready to rock the moment I reassemble it. So that's cleaning knives in a nutshell: take it apart, clean off the old oil and dirt, re-oil it with gun oil, then put it back together.
Q:steel shafted fairway woods...?
There are very few people who hit steel shafted fairway woods. Tiger Woods used to have a steel shafted 3 wood but went to graphite because it didn't feel right because of his driver. Go get custom fit for a shaft and see if a steel shaft is good to make sure because you don't want to turn aroung a get a graphite shaft anyway if the steel shaft doesn't work. Go with whatg works the first time so you don't put out more money later.
Q:EDC Knife (Cold Steel 4 inch Zytel Ti-Lite)?
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Q:can I freeze steel?
If you put steel in the freezer, allow it to cool to 32 degrees and then put it in water a transfer of heat will occur and the water will cool off. How much and how quickly, I don't know. I believe the Mythbusters did experiments on something like this. If it were economical, we woud see steel ice cubes being sold instead of ice makers.
Q:Why can't you use steel wool with polyurethane?
Steel wool will leave invisible pieces of metal embedded in the finish, no matter how much you try to wipe it off. When you cover it with the polyurethane, it is trapped and turns dark over time, ruining the look of the table. Yeh, so follow the directions exactly for the best finish. Good luck!! : /

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