EXCELLENT HOT-DIP GALVANIZED/ ALUZINC STEEL in China

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THICKNESS:0.18mm-1.5mm

WIDTH:900mm-1250mm

COATING MASS:AZ30-AZ150

SPANGLE:Minimized Spangle,Zero Spangle

SURFACE TREATMENT:N0on or Chromated,Non or Oiled,Non or Anti Finger Print

COIL INNER DIAMETER:508mm/610mm

COIL WEIGHT:3mt-7m

 

Applications of our Galvalume Coil: 

 

Galvalume Coil widely used for roofing products, It is also the ideal base material for Prepainted Steel Coil.

1.      roofing

2.      gutters

3.      unexposed automotive parts

4.      appliances

5.      furniture 

6.      outdoor cabinetry

Hot-dip galvanized steel coils are available with a pure zinc coating through the hot-dip galvanizing process. It offers the economy, strength and formability of steel combined with the corrosion resistance of zinc. The hot-dip process is the process by which steel gets coated in layers of zinc to protect against rust. It is especially useful for countless outdoor and industrial applications.

 

Production of cold formed corrugated sheets and profiles for roofing, cladding, decking, tiles, sandwich walls, rainwater protective systems, air conditioning duct as well as electrical appliances and engineering.

 

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Q:what came first the steel smelter/furnace or the steel used to make it?
You don't need steel to make a smelter. Early ones were made of simple materials such as stone (though the first ones developed would be to smelt gold, then bronze, then iron-widespread use of steel is a relatively late innovation) A desert island resident however would be unlikely to have the skills, nor the iron ore to make one.
Q:Accessories For Steel Building ?
Nowadays, okorder.com/
Q:opinions on steel vs synthetic cable?
Steel is more dangerous, both in a fatal metal whip way and a metal splinters in my hand way. Steel weighs more. So why would anyone continue to use steel? Cost and care. Care: Steel can sit for years without having to worry about dry rot (as long as it's not out in too horrible of weather conditions). Steel is much more resistant to fraying. You don't have to baby steel so much to keep it in good conditions. Cost: As of right now, steel is less than half the cost of synthetic. A synthetic rope can cost as much as many electric winches which include a steel cable. I find that I don't use my winch nearly enough to warrent the extra care or cost of a synthetic. The weight savings would be nice, but I kind of ruined that a long time ago with the winch bumper, rock sliders, plate steel fenders/flares, belly armor and frame plating.
Q:Steel Cage Matches: Should they end by pinfall, escape or either?
I don't really care either way. The only way I don't like it to end is when the door is opened and the person just walks out. That really isn't hard to win it like that. For last night I was hoping before the match that Bryan would win by escaping the cage. It fit his character, being a coward champ.
Q:quality of steel ..................!!?
Various ways: Carry out mechanical testing on it to see how strong it is. eg. Tensile testing, hardness testing, impact testing. Examine a cleaned up sample on the steel under a microscope to see what the steel grain structure is like and what condition it is in (hardened etc.) Or the easiest way is to ask the supplier what it is and then find a specification sheet giving you all the above information.
Q:melting point of 1008 steel?
It is still the same for 1008 steel. Go to the bottom and see the listing of the grades it covers. Since the only difference between the 1006 and 1008 steel is a few micro amounts of alloys and by far the greatest majority or main component is iron (99%), as a general melt temperature , 2750 F is the melt temperature at which the other alloys are added to the charge to fine tune the mix. Just like adding salt to distilled water actually lowers the boiling point of water, adding alloys to iron decreases the melting point of iron. The iron melts at 2800F, but once alloys to make the 1008 grade are added, it decreases melt temp to 2750F. Since the melting point of pure iron is 2800F, the temperature is actually decreased by adding these impurities of alloys. These alloys are tested while the mix is starting to come down from a pure melt, steel is sampled. and then alloys below are checked and added to make the 1008 steel. The steel is maintained at 2750 F so that the less volatile alloys don't boil off before combining with steel. Minimum Properties Ultimate Tensile Strength, psi 43,900 - 51,900 Yield Strength, psi 26,100 - 34,800 Elongation 42 - 48% Chemistry Iron (Fe) 99% Carbon (C) 0.08% Manganese (Mn) 0.6% max Phosphorus (P) 0.035% max Copper (Cu) 0.2% min Sulfur (S) 0.04%
Q:A roll of 1 meters wide color steel roll about how many tons?
In general, between 3.5 and 5 tons. Our company uses 0.17*1000 white color steel roll. The weight is usually around 4.5 tons. Different manufacturers will have different sealing rolls.
Q:POkemon best game steel?
Probaly Pokemon Platinum or Pokemon HGSS
Q:How difficult is it to harden steel?
It kind of depends on the application. It can be anywhere from simple to very difficult depending on what exactly you are talking about. Hardening a small piece of carbon tool steel for a chisel or punch consists of simply heating it till its red hot and then quenching it in water. This is done after the tool is formed. Hardening also means making the steel brittle, so it must be tempered after hardening to make it hard and strong. Hardening large or huge pieces like that used for equipment is done at the foundry, where they have equipment to do such a job.
Q:How can I tell the difference between different knife steels?
Larry gave a good answer. As for the HC, it means High Carbon.

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