Color coated Galvanized cold Rolled Steel coil

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Advantages of Our Prepainted Galvanized SteelCoil

1.Excellent corrosion resistance: The zinc layer provides a good protection of Pre-painted Galvanizeed Steel Sheet.

2.High heat resistance: The reflective surface of the material aids in efficiently reflecting the sunlight away and in turnreducing the amount of heat transmitted.

    The thermal reflectivity converts into energy savings.

3.Aesthetics: Pre-Painted Galvanized steel sheet is available in plethora of patterns and multiple sizes as per the requirements that given by our customers.

4.Versatility: can be used in the various areas.

Applications of Prepainted Galvanized SteelCoil

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.


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Q:Best Quality Steel...............!!?
Q:mild steel?
The density of mild steel is about 7.8 gm/cc. 1 cubic metre is 1,000,000 cc, so it weighs 7,800Kg - 7.7 tons.
Q:Is Steel a Metal or Non - Metal ?
steel is an alloy - mix of two meatls alloy is a mixture and metal is an element so no comparision
Q:examples of some common alloy steels, what are their compositions and properties?
Steel is an alloy consisting mostly of iron, with a carbon content between 0.2% and 2.1% by weight, depending on the grade. Carbon is the most common alloying material for iron, but various other alloying elements are used, such as manganese, chromium, vanadium, and tungsten.[1] Carbon and other elements act as a hardening agent, preventing dislocations in the iron atom crystal lattice from sliding past one another. Varying the amount of alloying elements and form of their presence in the steel (solute elements, precipitated phase) controls qualities such as the hardness, ductility, and tensile strength of the resulting steel. Steel with increased carbon content can be made harder and stronger than iron, but is also less ductile. H.
Q:Where can I get a steel taper kit?
Q:How strong is 440 steel on a katana?
440 Steel is a grade of stainless steel, which is normally a very bad thing, as stainless steel tends to shatter more easily than regular steel. 440 grade is tougher than most other forms of stainless steel, though, and is used for knifeblades and surgical tools. Thing is, it is still prone to shattering from hard impact, which is something that a knife or surgical tool would not encounter. It will cut fine, and can be dangerous as any other bladed tool. However, if it were to hit bone, another blade, or any other rigid object, it is likely to shatter. So, no, it isn't the best kind of steel for an actual sword, though you shouldn't be using your sword in swordfights anyways, so you don't need to worry about it.
Q:Superman man of steel?
Not really, it's just a nickname. Wolverine couldn't stab Superman.
Q:Best steel for a all purpose knife?
Do you want apples or oranges? It's that kind of question. Here's my opinion. For large blades (over 6) 5160 or L-6 done properly makes a nearly unbreakable knife. I once pulled my 65lb vice out of the work bench with an 8 L-6 blade. As carbon content goes up edge holding increases but at the cost of overall strength. For smaller blades I prefer O-1 and 52100, these steels have about twice the edge holding as 5160 but cannot pass the 90deg bend test without breaking. 1095 is a fine steel, I prefer to make damascus from it, but when I do make a blade I want to show a temper line as this steel will do it well. Then we get into high alloy, D-2 is about as balanced as they come and for a smaller blade is second to none save the CPM steels. The CPM steels are very expensive and like the homogonous steel come in many alloys. As far as a chipping edge, that's more an indication of improper heat treating than anything. Carbon steel has more strength and edge holding potential than stainless. D-2 has enough chromium to be somewhat stainless but not beyond the threshold that grain growth becomes an issue. One last thing, the grind is important. The popular hollow grind cuts easily but is weak at the edge because it is thin. A flat grind has more mass and done properly cuts as well as the hollow. The convex is the strongest and is best suited for chopping or a polished edge to push through the material.
Q:Whats better, 1045, or 440 stainless steel?
yes a stainless steel 440 knife is really good my uncle bought one back in 1979 and has been having it without any problems the blade is still razor sharp even at 35 years old
Q:what imperfections or problems arise with casting steel?
It contains too many air bubble spacing and too many impurity that make it easily to be broken apart. Melt it down again with high heat to remove most impurity, after this process,it becomes iron.

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