General Information Of Galvalume Steel Coil AZ150
With Cold Rolled Steel as base metal,with the aluzinc coated, finally the plate steel is called galvalume steel. Galvalume steel is good capable of decoration, molding, corrosion resistance. It generally displays superior workability, durability and weather resistance.
Thickness 0.23-1.2mm (BMT)
Zinc Coating 80-275g/m2
Color According to RAL color fan
Internal Diameter 508mm or 610mm
Coil Weight 4-8MT
Quality Commercial and structural quality
Paint Polyester paint for topside, epoxy for reverse
Standard JIS G 3312, ASTM A755M, EN 10169
Base Steel Grade
Chemical Composition Of Aluzinc Steel
Technical Data Of Prepainted Galvanized Steel
Duration Of Salt Spray Test
Bending At 180 Degree
No crack, purling and fraction
Application Of Aluzinc Steel
roof, roof structure, surface sheet of balcony,
frame of window, door, door of garage, roller shutter door, booth, Persian blinds, cabana, etc.
door, isolater, frame of door, light steel structure of house, home electronic appliances, etc.
Packaging & Delivery Of Aluzinc Steel
Anti-damp paper inside full wrapped with plastic film, iron sheet outside on wooden pallet in 20 feet container with 25mt.
- Q:What steel type Pokémon should I choose?
- Metagross would help out a lot, Excadrill id you are not doing double battles... (two of his best moves for him hit his team and are ground.. ) if you do not want to rick excadrill use a Lucario instead for hs massive damage output.
- Q:how to tell if its stainless steel?
- Stainless steel uses chromium in its mixture to thwart the affects of corrosion. General steel, or carbon steel, is generally almost completely iron and is used for far greater applications than stainless steel. Stainless steel is used mostly in kitchen appliances, utensils, etc... The best thing I can come up with is to find a way to measure the chromium content of the steel you are looking at. If it's around 3% chromium, it's probably standard steel. If it's somewhere between 10-15% chromium it's probably stainless steel (or even 4% plus). I can't tell you a fast and quick way to test the steel because from my research, it appears there are as many grades and allows of steel as there are uses for steel! There is one test I've seen for home testing surgical steel which is a higher grade stainless steel, that is to put scotch tape on one section of material then soak it in water for a 24 hour period, then let it air dry for 24 hours. You remove the tape and lightly polish the exposed areas to see if there was any discoloration or pitting on the exposed area. This test is mainly for surgical steel jewelry, however stainless steel is supposed to resist rusting more than standard steel, hence it might work for other steel types as well. You may have to read some of the other links below to get some other ideas on how you can test steel to see if it is stainless.
- Q:Is carbon steel strong?
- If you can get it, and it is not in a museum or owned by a wealthy collector it is probably junk. a realsamuari ( warrior) sword probably took a year or more to make, 6 months or so to sharpen and was tempered by dipping in the blood of a peasant. It might have been marked by the number of human bodies it could cut through in one stroke ,1 was a minimum by all accounts they were the finest steel weapons ever made the curved thing in a knife shop is a cheap knock off
- Q:BMX Help, High Tensile steel VS chromo steel for cruising?
- High tensile steel could mean almost anything. SAE 4130 Chrome-Moly steel is the de-facto standard for steel bikes frames. High tensile steel could actually mean the same thing since chrome-moly is classified as high strength steel. The strength of the frame depends as much on the quality of the welds and on the size/thickness of the tubing as much as anything else. I'd say what kind of steel you use makes only a minor difference. One reason you want to buy bikes from reputable name-brand companies is they tend to have strict quality controls, this is particularly important when it comes to welds. Welds are always the weakest part of any bike frame, don't let anyone tell you different. 99% of the time if something in the frame breaks, it'll be at the welds. hope this helps.
- Q:Alloyed to make stainless steel?
- E. Stainless steel is mainly comprised of Cr and Ni. Steel is an alloy composed mainly of iron. On a side note, Carbon is not really in stainless steel and it is only less than .1%
- Q:Use for spring steel?
- The primary use is for springs. It can be deflected to a large extent by applying a force it will return to its original shape when the force is removed. The force/displacement relationship tends to be a constant. A lesser use is to use spring steel wire as a vibrating string on a stringed instrument.
- Q:Is Steel crystalline in its makeup?
- Steel is crystalline. In general the bigger the crystals the better.
- Q:What are the best kind of steels for a knife?
- i have been a chef for 10 years now and have always had an obsesive composion with my knifes being dual. i hate it. after spending $100's of dollars on knifes i have found a couple of things to be key. where the knife comes from is important. japan and sweden are a notch above the rest. this just has to do with there tradition of fine craftmanship and pride in quality knife making that goes back 1000's of years. the thickness of the blade is important. the thinner the better. and the blade angel most knifes are around 20 degrees but less is better. it makes them easier to sharpen. and don't be fooled knifes need to be hoaned everyday of use the is no such thing as a forever sharp knife. at least not for a chef. so having said that. the best knifes on the market for quality and price are global, mizuno, mac, and the ones i use calphalon katana. investing in a good diamond steel is just as important i use fury fingers by ozzi tech. good luck i wish i had a girlfriend like you.
- Q:Stain on stainless steel sink...?
- The best product I have ever come across is Barkeeper's Friend. I use the liquid version rather than powdered version. It is a soft soft abrasive scrub designed for stainless steel. I original found it to use it on all my All Clad pots and pans to keep them beautiful and shining. I also have a stainless kitchen now, sink, stove and fridge...and I use Barkeepers on everything. It is fantastic. If you don't want to go out and find Barkeepers tonight, you can get a similar affect using baking soda mixed with dish soap. 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. But tomorrow go out and get a bottle of BarKeeper's Friend...you will never regret it. UPDATE: just saw a few other answers, DO Not use steel wool (SOS pads) you will scratch the heck out of the finish and you will not be able to fix it.
- Q:how simple is it to recycle steel?
- You okorder.com/... mini-mills operate between 150,000-2million tons of steel per year. If that is the size you were thinking about... you are in business. But since you are asking on Yahoo Answers where no serious industrialist would EVER ask a question like this, I can only assume that your ideas of small are completely incompatible with reality.
"WKSTEEL is a large foreign-owned enterprises, with a total area of 358 acres, close to China's largest economic center Shanghai. The total investment of $ 330 million. Using advanced production technology, we can produce 3000-4000 t steel coils per month. Our products have already exported to Southern Asia, America,South America and Eastern Europe. "
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||Southern Asia; America; South America; Eastern Europe
||ISO 9000 ISO 14000 OHSAS 18000
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||1% - 10%
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||Above 200,000 square meters
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