Model NO.:SGCC, DX51D
Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, DIN
Packing:Stanadrd Sea Worth
Production Capacity:4000 Tons/Month
Cold rolled steel coil/ band / strip / strap/ tape
Standard GB ASTM BS JIS DIN
Material Q195 Q235 Q345 SS400 ST 37 SAE1008 A36
Size: 0.11mm - 3.0mm
Width as your requirement from 10mm-1500mm
Package: Stanadrd sea worth or as your requirement
Coil weight: As your requirement from 50-7000kg
Quality warranty: Any third party inspection is accepted.
Quality Certificate: MTC Mill orioginal and others as your requirement.
Galvanized Steel Coils
ASTM, AISI, GB, JIS, DIN
Q195-Q345, SGCC, SPCC, SPHC, DC51D, DX51D, DX52D, SS grade 33-80, DX 54D
Big Spangle, Small Spangle, Regular Spangle, Zero Spangle
Seaworthy standard packaging or as customed
10-20 days after receiving the prepayment
- Q:Nylon or Steel Stringed Guitar?
- Well first off, a nylon, or classical guitar, has nylon strings and a steel, or acoustic guitar, has steel strings (duh lol). A classical is used primarily for classical music. Its body is also a bit differently built then an acoustic. The classical technique primarily uses fingering, not pick strumming, since nylon is a weaker material and can break relatively easily with a pick. Now an acoustic is is a bit different. The body is built a bit more sturdier than a classical so it can take the larger tension of the strings. Acoustic guitars are used in a wide range of music genres, ranging from Country to Rap. So if your not into classical music, an acoustic is your best bet. Remember, NEVER try putting steel strings on a classical guitar, since the tension of the steel strings can break the guitar (i've seen it happen lol).
- Q:Steel & Iron Industry?
- Primary Steel Making first Iron ore Coke Lime stone are mined and then took to the steel plant and put in the top off a blast furnace and sinks down to the bottom off the blast furnace and turns into molten iron. Once this process has been done it is then transferred to a BOS (Basic Oxygen Steel Making) this is then poured from a ladle into the BOS and a Lance is inserted into the BOS and pure oxygen is blown into the BOS for about 30 min and turns into steel.
- Q:GUITAR! is this nylon or steel? - fingerstyle?
- In that video, he is using a steel-string acoustic guitar. However, when choosing between a nylon string guitar and a steel string guitar, you must consider a few things. Steel-string guitars are more painful in the beginning for the fretting hand, but that means you'll have more strength in your fingers faster. Nylon-string guitars are easier on the fingers and sound much smoother and calmer than steel-string guitars. Also, nylon-string guitars have a wider neck and that neck meets the body at the twelfth fret, while most steel-string guitars have a thinner neck that meets the body at the fourteenth fret. Have fun with your first guitar! :)
- Q:Will carbon steel knives stick to a magnetic knife strip?
- in the journey that your talking a pair of folding pocket knife, i think of that it particularly is truthfully six one way and a 0.5 dozen the different. i in my view do want stainless for my pocket knives. i do no longer elect to grease a knife to the degree i think carbon demands, in basic terms to then stick it my pocket to attraction to airborne dirt and dirt to the knife and oil to my pants. i'm the precise opposite on sheath knives inspite of the undeniable fact that. i admire 1095 carbon steel, undeniable side sheath knives. i will thrash on them difficult, and that i not often have important side issues. of direction, I require them to be lined with some form of powder coat or the like, as a results of fact they are able to rust, yet I do attempt and save them sparkling and dry whilst contained in the sheath, so they gained't pit the uncoated side. My motives for this sheath knife selection is multi-fold. First, those knives are merely much affordable. i do no longer spend $80 funds on a exterior sheath knife. i take advantage of the gadget too difficult to compliment to spend greater. i do no longer in basic terms like the greater classic stainless steels inclusive of AUS-8, 420HC, and 440C (to no longer point out the HORRENDOUS 440A) as a results of fact i think that the all else being equivalent, a stainless blade will bend earlier a carbon blade will injury. I additionally think of that carbon holds an side a minimum of besides, if not greater appropriate, than classic stainless, and it particularly is lots much less difficult to hone. i do no longer comprehend lots approximately those new laminates, different than the very difficult, yet no longer so hard. they look probable too brittle for my use. That, mixed with the very incontrovertible fact that they injury the bank, potential that I merely isn't pondering them.
- Q:Copper pots....tin or stainless steel lined?
- Stainless is a fairly poor conductor but that is not why it has hot spots. That's because they tend to be thin. Cast Iron is also a poor conductor and has about the most even heat distribution. Many Copper bottom pots are just Copper plated for looks. In fact only the most expensive will have the heavy Copper bottom needed for even heat. Tin is a metal, an element. Stainless Steel is a mixture ( alloy ) of Iron and Chromium or Nickel or both. I do not know of any cookware that is Tin plated on the inside. I like Aluminium clad Stainless Steel. Good heavy bottom for even heat and Al. is a good conductor. A little more expensive are three layer bottoms. They have the Al. between Stainless so you get the looks and easy cleaning os SS with the heat distribution of Al.
- Q:can my 3 nylon guitar strings be replaced with steel ones?
- DO NOT PUT ACOUSTIC (steel) STRINGS ON A CLASSICAL GUITAR. Classical guitars are not built to withstand the tension of steel strings. putting steel strings on a classical guitar can cause irreparable damage to the neck, where the neck joins the body and the heel. Classical guitars have nylon strings. Yes 3 of them look like steel strings, but these are actually metal wrapped around a nylon core. Acoustic guitars are metal strings. The wound strings on an acoustic have a metal string core. Classical guitars tend to have a wider neck and are more for classical music, flamenco, finger picking, etc. Acoustic guitars can have lower tension strings put on them (e.g. martin silk and steel) as the guitar can be adjusted to take the lighter string tension placed on the neck and heel. Martin Silk and Steel Strings can also be put on a classical guitar as they have a lot lower tension than steel and they give a louder more acoustic sound.
- Q:What types of ammo can penetrate 1/2 inch steel plate ?
- At what range and angle of impact? And is this mild steel plate or armor plate and if it is armor plate is it cemented, face-hardened or RHA? What Brinell hardness is it?
- Q:what steel anodizes well?
- Steel doesn't anodize in the sense that aluminum and some other metals do. However, it can be heat-colored. The trick is to clean the surface first (it must be oxide free), then heat gently until the colors appear. These are called temper colors in steel. They are due to a thin adherent layer of oxide that forms and thickens as temperature is increased. They are quite temperature dependent. As the steel is heated, the first color to appear is pale yellow. This will progress through darker yellows, browns, purples, and blues as the temperature rises. Above blue, the oxide becomes the gray/black color you are apparently getting - this is the result of heating too fast and too hot. See the chart at the site below for colors in plain carbon steel. Note that the temperatures are pretty low - It all starts around 400 F and if you go above 600 F the show's all over.
- Q:Steel structures....!!?
- steel structure- TC bolt to connect,SG shear wrench
- Q:Steel reinforced armor.?
- I don't think that would work. First off, there's not enough carbon in steel - even very high carbon steels are only about 2% carbon. Second, the iron atoms in steel form a crystal lattice, in the shape of a cube, with another iron atom in the middle of the cube. Each cube is about 0.3 nm per side. Carbon atoms work their way into the crystals and displace the iron atoms. But a carbon nanotube is around 1 nanometer in diameter - that's 3 times as big as the iron lattice! So a nanotube wouldn't fit. One thing you might do, however, is make a composite - mix the materials together on a scale a little bigger than the atomic scale that the iron and carbon mix to make steel. Just like a carbon fiber bicycle frame or ski pole is strands of carbon (much bigger and not as strong as nanotubes) held together with epoxy, you could hold nanotube strands together with metal. Not sure it would be good for armor, but if you can figure out a way to do it, I'm sure someone will come up with a use for it!
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