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:How did the growth of the steel industry influence the development of other industries?
- At least three ways: 1. Steel as a material that other industries could use to do things that couldn't be done before (for example, construction (skyscrapers, long bridges, etc.)) or could now be done at much lower cost and hence increased the size of the industry (automobiles, bearings, etc.)
- Q:Do they manufacture steel buckshot?
- No Steel Buckshot ...Yet... The whole idea behind steel shot was because there were a very large number of migratory birds, Geese, Ducks, etc dying after being hit with lead shot and developing infections, and lead poisoning, that ultimately killed or crippled too many birds. The Federal government stepped in and made Steel Shot a requirement for hunting all migratory birds. I think the biggest reason that Steel Buckshot isn't made yet is because it can only be fired out of modern, newly manufactured shotgun barrels and unless you have a shotgun designed to be used with steel shot, it would be damaged along with chokes made for lead shot only..I have no doubts that it's probably coming in the near future....Note* Penetration was never an issue, nor was the weight.........
- Q:white gold engagement ring with stainless steel wedding band?
- I am a manufacturing Jeweller. Yes there is a difference in the colour between Stainless Steel and White Gold. The wear characteristics are also different so you will notice a difference in the wearing of the rings. I would doubt that tiffany's would make stainless steel rings. Most likely they are stocking Titanium rings, which look like stainless steel. But the same problems of colour and wear exist for that metal as well. Your best bet is to get a white gold ring , and check out other manufacturing jewellers first because you will not be getting an investment from Tiffany's. Their profit margin is that high you would get a nosebleed. the scrap value of a 5 gram 18ct white gold wedder is $120. anything over that is the profit margin of the jeweller. for a plain wedder I charge $20 per gram to make plus the gold so that would be a total cost of $220 for a 5 gram ring and $440 for a 10 gram ring. I hope this is good information to you Also you must ask what type of 18ct white gold are you getting? there is; Platinum alloy Palladium alloy Irridium alloy Nickel Zinc alloy or a combination of any or all of the above with prices accordingly
- Q:Steel toe boots safe?
- You're talking worst case scenarios here man. The steel toe isn't for parking tractors on, it's to keep you going when everything less than catastrophic occurs. It's like safety goggles protecting a person's eyes. They work great, but only to a point...
- Q:What happens to the solution of copper (II) sulfate when steel wool is added?
- once you upload water to anhydrous copper(II) sulphate it turns blue because of the fact that's going to become hydrous copper(II) sulphate. Then, in case you upload water greater, that's going to proceed to be blue, could be slightly darker.
- Q:What’s the quality of SUS434 Stainless Steel from Jinsong Stainless Steel?
- JinSong SUS420J2 stainless-metallic/ X30Cr13 has larger intensity, hardness and hardenability than 12Cr13 metallic and 20Cr13 metallic after quenching. It has much less corrosion resistance to dilute nitric acid and vulnerable organic and organic acid than 12Cr13 metallic and 20Cr13 metallic in room temperature. you will get extra strategies on its good website**
- Q:Galvanized Steel Poisoning?
- Galvanized Poisoning
- Q:What is the difference between carbon steel and spring steel?
- All steel has carbon in it. If too much carbon is in the steel it is extremely hard and brittle. Like cast iron. The only difference between iron and steel is the level of carbon. Cast iron is very hard. A drill can barely drill thru it unless you treat it with something like cobalt or titanium nitride. But if you hit cast iron with a hammer very sharply it will break into pieces from the shock. Too low of carbon causes problems though. Steel is very flexible and machinable when it has very low carbon, but it also doesn't wear very well. If you made a sword out of low carbon steel, it would bend very easily and the edge would get dull quick. If you bent it, it wouldn't spring back either. That gets us to spring steel. This is just the right amount of carbon so the steel is very hard and the sword can hold an edge. It also gives it shock resistance. You can bend the sword and it returns to it's original shape. That is why it is called spring steel. The steel resists bending and when it does bend, as long as it isn't to far, it springs back when let go, to it's original shape
- Q:dose oxygen peroxide rust stainless steel?
- Stainless does rust over time (EVERYTHING rusts it's called oxidation) Whenever something comes in contact with oxygen, the molecules will bond with the oxygen to form an oxide. Iron form iron oxide or rust which is reddish brown, apples turn brown after several minutes after it's been bitten. It all depends on the type of material used to manufacture the stainless. Stainless is made up of .2%-2% carbon, 11%%-28.5% chromium and iron. Some stainless is further advanced by adding other metals like nickel, molybdenum or niobium. Most stainless pocket knives are either normal steel coated with stainless or a cheaper form of stainless (it will have a high 300 number or very low 400 stamped on it). Other time, stainless will rust when a form of iron scratches the surface and contaminates the stainless, this is easily treatable if you get it quickly. Oxygen peroxide should not rust it, since the oxygen has already bonded with each other to form peroxide (2 oxygen molecules). It's the simplest form, but not the most stable (which means it could make your knife rust further). But I recommend steel wool or a scratch pad used to clean cook where (usually green or brown) to remove the rust.
- Q:What type of steel is most bullet resistant?
- any amount of steel, you can find a bullet or cannon big enough to go through it. The WWII battleships had 12 inches of steel, but a torpedo would still put a hole in that. Any bullet, on the other hand, and you can find a thick enough steel to stop it. It's just that the steel may be too heavy to be useful. .
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