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JIS G 3302, ASTM A653, EN10327,10143,GB/T 2518



Zinc Coating


Zinc Weight






Coil weight

3-20 tons

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Zero Spangle

Coil Chemical Processing

Skin Pass,chromate,dry,oiled


waterproof paper and galvanized steel protection cover and steel strip packed  Or as you request.


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Q:Engineering Materials - tool steel question?
It all depends what the application actually is. For hammers I would select a hammer grade B1 steel. For impact loading where an edge is needed I would be going for O1 or similar (oil quenching steels tend to be a little tougher than air hardening). For mining tools a very high manganese steel (Hadfields steel) - this is not a true tool steel. The best place to start is by looking at the ranking of the properties which you want - hardness v toughness v strength - and then use this to put the steels in rank order. Price and availablity then sort the problem out for you (in the real world).
Q:deflection calculations in a steel cylinder?
In most engineering calculations we have to make some assumptions about ideal behavior of a material otherwise we would not be able to simplify our equations to manageable sizes. Your steel cylinder (which I'll call a pipe) is made of a certain type of steel. That steel type has property tolerances listed in a steel manual to help you know about your steel before you begin. You'll need to know the cross-sectional area of the pipe and the weight of the TV to determine an average stress on the pipe. Obviously the weight of the TV is the force it generates. The force is its mass x gravitational acceleration. Since we typically think of steel as an elastic material, we think of it stretching like a rubber band or a spring. You pull it down with a TV and it deflects a certain amount, and will return to its original length when the TV is removed. It is typical to assume that all steel, regardless of its strength, has the same value for this elastic property. It is commonly referred to as the elastic modulus. This value will help you determine what type of strain occurs under what type of stress. So, once you have the stress, you can get the strain by using the elastic modulus. Once you have the strain you can determine the deflection based on the pipe length. Having the steel properties will help you determine how close your TV comes to stressing the pipe to its yield stress. If you reach a yield stress, your steel will deflect, but when you take the TV off it will not return to its original shape. I hope I've helped outline some of the things you'll need to do for the project, I tried not to give away specifics so that you can actually engage your brain around the project. Enjoy, learn a lot, and realize that this skill could easily turn into a career where you are designing projects that when done correctly save people's lives every day of the year.
Q:Where can you get a thick sheet of steel?
Try the business-to-business yellow pages in your area. A local hardware store can also tell you who to contact. Or search steel plate or sheet metal on the internet to find a local supplier. No, sheet steel is not bullet proof, unless you get heavy plate. Depending on how thick it is, the plate will deform if hit by a high velocity bullet, but usually not enough to matter. Bullets have velocities from about 500 ft/sec up to roughly 3000 ft/sec, depending on the type of weapon used. I wouldn't try to use anything thinner than 3/4 inch. You'll have to experiment and see what it will actually stop. I can't guarantee it'll stop a high-velocity rifle slug. Try it and see.
Q:A question about steel.....?
Steel has a higher carbon content than iron. The remaining questions are covered by a whole chapter in any materials text. In short, there are many classes of steels and steel alloys each with its own properties and heat treatments to yield a specific strength and hardness value.
Q:is Titanium Stronger than steel?
Titanium has better high temperature strength than steel. Titanium doesn't resist shocks like steel can. It's more brittle. It's also far more difficult to weld. Titanium must be welded in an oxygenless environment. The average strength of steels that are made is under that of titanium. However, the strongest steel is stronger than the strongest titanium. Steel is the only viable building material. Titanium is too rare, expensive, and hard to handle for structures of great height. Hope this helps. Peace and Love.
Q:Are desalination plants made of steel?
yes stainless steel pipes
Q:Do any of you teens out there know what a Steel Guitar is?
Well, my digital piano has a Steel Guitar setting that makes it kind of sound like one, but other than that I know nothing about them.
Q:Soldering Steel Wire?
You can indeed by using the correct flux as normal soldering fluxes as used by plumbers will not work. I believe to solder steel it requires an acid flux which will corrode copper so when its done make sure its well cleaned afterwards and if possible apply a corrosion proofer afterwards ie paint or even petroleum jelly. I am curious as to why you would want to solder wire to a steel nail.
Q:whats the average price of wide flange steel W10x30?
The price of steel is increasing daily, so an exact answer is rough. A W10x30 is a fairly common shape and shouldn't be too hard to find. For a very rough ballpark number, say $700/ton (installed price), the piece you require should be in the range of about $250.00 or less as I assume you'll be doing the installing. Please don't take this as the gospel, however. Price varies on location, stock, and availability. Open the phone book and contact your local steel supplier. Because the piece you require is fairly short, you might get lucky and find someone who has a waste piece that length that they will give you a good deal on. --------------------------------------... I just checked the AISC web site to verify the number I quoted above and they posted an article stating that the average mill price had just increased to over $1000/ton in May. The best advice I can provide at this point is to buy the W10 now and don't wait any longer.
Q:What is the Rockwell (HRC) Indentation Hardness of Steel?
There is no average, it depends on the type of steel (hundreds) and the (heat/surface) treatment (infinite possibilities). The Rockwell hardness range covers a large scale so for any given range there is a suffix (C is used for most steel) to denote the selected range. The number is a dimensionless constant that correlates to the strength of the material. Materials can also be surface (case) hardened and then the bulk material will be soft and the surface will be hard, this is typical for items like gears and cams that have rolling wear but are not very heavily stressed to require bulk hardness. Most steel that is hardened is first machined to size and then hardened. If more accuracy is required, they are machined to just over net size, hardened and then ground to the final size as the heat treatment can change the size and shape a little as stresses are released. Some examples: Very hard steel (e.g. a higher quality knife blade): HRC 55–66 Axes, chisels, etc.: HRC 40–45 4140 Cr Mb Steel HRC 28 - 36 , bulk hardened to HRC 54, Nitride case hardened to HRC 60 P20 tool steel can be bulk hardened to over HRC 55 and then tempered down from HRC 51 to 28

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