Color coated galvanized rolled steel coil

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Specifications

1.width: 600-1250mm
2.thickness:0.14-1.20mm
3.zinc coating: 60-180g/m2

PPGI with high quality and various color ,suitable for sandwich panel corrugate steel sheet  ppgi, color coated galvanized steel coil, ppgi for metal roof

 

 

Applications
1. Construction and building: roofing; ventilating duct; handrail; partition panel;etc.

2. Electric appliance: refrigerator; washing machine; refrigerator; DVD;etc.

3.Transportation: oil tank; road sign; etc.
4.Agriculture:barn; etc.

5.Others:vending machine; game machine; etc.  

Name

PPGI

Description

Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil

Type

Steel Coil

Paint Color

Based on RAL No. or customers' color sample

Paint

Polyester , and your special requirement to be discussed

Paint Thickness

1. Top side: 6+11micron

2. Back side:7 micron

3. Or based on customers' requirement

Steel Grade

Base material SGCC or your requirement

Thickness Range

0.14mm-0.8mm

width

750-1250mm

Zinc Coating

60-140g/m²

Coil ID

508mm

Coil Weight

3-6MT, or as per customers’ requests

Technique

Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment

Galvanized, Chromated, Unoiled/Oiled, Bright Finished, Spangle, Fingerprint Resistance.

Application

General Use, Roofing, Corrugated Roofing Making, Outside of the buildings

 

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Q:What is lighter, stronger, and cheaper to buy? Carbon Fiber or High Tensile Steel?
There's different types of strength. Linear strength, the carbon fiber is stronger and more resilient. It's also much lighter, as much as 1/10th the weight of an aluminum body panel (which is lighter than steel). So, by using steel body panels, you would actually likely be ADDING weight to your car. Carbon fiber parts, of course, usually cost 2-3 times as much as their aluminum counterparts. Needless to say, consider the alternative. You can get an aluminum fender, have it be lighter than the steel part, not quite as light as the carbon fiber, but for the price of 1 carbon fiber fender, you could have a both front fenders and the hood in aluminum. Also, for the 1/4 mile, every 100lbs will drop 1/10th of 1 second off your time, which can be lost by screwing up your launch, or in other words, yo won't notice it. As for fuel economy, you won't notice a difference of more than .1-.2mpg. I know this first hand.
Q:carbon steel?
All steel has carbon in it, usually less than 1%. The fancy steels that have enough other elements mixed in are generally called alloy steels. So, carbon steel usually refers to the most basic cheap steel. A36 is a kind of carbon steel that meets specific standards of the A36 specification. I don't know what 01 carbon steel is. Steel is available all over Los Angeles so just look in the phone book yellow pages under steel or metal. If you are near El Monte, my favorite place is Industrial Pipe and Steel, lots of cheap scrap, used machinery, and a huge industrial hardware store built right in. There is a place in Gardena called MK Metals. There's a great place just north of the Burbank airport (can't remember the name) and one in Harbor City called Action Metals (big on recycling). No sense driving all over. Just check the phone book. Two very common carbon steels just go by the terms hot rolled and cold rolled. Hot rolled is the cheapest and softest and still has the mill scale attached so the surface is a little rough and uneven, but this is by far the most commonly used. Cold rolled (usually the AISI 1018 grade) has been work hardened and rolled flat and smooth. It's slightly more expensive but stronger and prettier. If you are going to cut away some of the thickness and you want the steel to remain flat, you probably want hot rolled steel because sometimes the cold rolled steel (CRS) will warp. It does that because the steel is already prestressed from the cold rolling process and when you cut away some of the pre-stressed material the forces holding the material flat are no longer balanced.
Q:steel shafted fairway woods...?
If your club has a graphite shaft in it and you want to switch to steel an option is to get a dynamic gold lite shaft. The other option is to make sure you trim the shaft to the 42 length with the gold shaft to lighten up the swing weight. You can get away with about 42 3/4 with the lite shaft. I have found steel to be very consistent in my fairway woods and don't think I'll ever go back to graphite. I have mine cut to 42 1/2 for the 3 wood and 41 1/2 for the 5 wood with Dynamic gold s300 and they're fine.
Q:Steel Buildings!!!!!?
Not necessarily as most concrete buildings are steel re-inforced anyway. As for durable, if talking time based, no, because steel will corrode and concrete will not. The good thing about concrete is that it has good load bearing capability over wide spans whereas steel will bend unless properly supported. Concrete is cheaper also....
Q:which is heavier: concrete or steel?
Steel is heavier than concrete for the same volume, however steel buildings are generally lighter. This is because steel buildings utilize high strength of steel, so volume of steel in steel buildings is much smaller than volume of concrete in concrete buildings. In another words in steel buildings much less volume of material is needed for the same strength compared to concrete buildings.
Q:how to tell if its really stainless steel?
Magnets stick to some stainless but not all of it, so a magnet is not a reliable indicator.
Q:How do we use steel ?
This Site Might Help You. RE: How do we use steel ? How do we use steel ? plesase answer, its for homework xxx
Q:fallout 3, broken steel?
It's Fallout.... Nobody cares enough to know. URN
Q:Does steel have a valence?
Steel is a mixture, so it doesn't have any valence number. On the other hand, all of the components of the steel mixture are in their elemental forms, so all the various valences are zero.
Q:Should I keep my steel cents as an investment?
They'd never be worth much for their steel content, likely always less than face value. They might be worth a premium as coins, but not anything you'd call an investment.

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