Galvanized Steel for Prefabricated House
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- 50 m.t.
- Supply Capability:
- 10000 m.t./month
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Model NO.:CGCC, SGCC, DX51D, DX51D+Z, TDC51D, TDC51D+Z, G550
Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, AISI, DIN, BS
Color:as The Ral Color or Sample
Painting Thickness:Top 15-25um+Back 8-10um
Raw Material:Galvalume Steel Coil or Galvanized
Delivery Period:Within 15 Days
Production Ability:30, 000mt/Month
Packing:Standard Seaworthy Packing
Origin:Boxing, Shangdong, China
Production Capacity:300.000ton Per Year
NAME: China cheap galvanized steel for Prefabricated house
Width: 600mm,750mm,762mm,900mm,914mm,940mm,1000mm,1050mm, 1090mm,1100mm,1200mm, 1219mm, 1250mm,1500mm
Length: According to the customer's request
Hardness:Soft( around HRB 65) ,full hard (HRB90-95)
Strength of Extension: more than 300Mpa
Thickness tolerance: +/-0.02 mm
Width tolerance:+/ -2.0mm
ZINC, PAINT & COLOR:
Zinc coating: AZ 30-275G/M2
Paint thickness: Top 15-25um + Back 8-10um
Paint: Epoxy Polyester, silicon modified polyesters, polyvinylidene fluoride, high-durability polyester
Color: As the RAL color standard or customer's sample
Coil weight: 3-5tons
Standard sea worthy package
JIS G3302-1998/EN10142/ASTM A653/ASTM A792/ AISI/BS/ DIN/GB
Base mental: Hot galvanized steel,SGCC,SPCC,SPHC, DX51D+Z, Q195,etc
Lifespan: 10-15 years
it is ideal for a wide range of applications,, such as pre-engineered buildings, architectural panels, roofing, siding, cladding, and many other building components.and also used back plate of appliance; wide range of construction, furniture industry, transportation industry, etc.
|galvanized or galvalume steel coils
|DX51D CQ DQ
|all RAL colors or as per customers' sample
|standard seaworthy package
|cold rolled, hot-dipped galvanizing, color coated
|Top and bottom: 20mic+5mic RMP
|Pre-painted Steel Coil uses hot galvanized steel as its basic material, factory adopts advanced equipment to degrease, rinse, transform the galvanized steel, then make primary and refined lavation to the steel coils.
|They are mainly applied for steel structure buildings, household appliance, furniture, transportation and other industries
|Pre-painted Steel Coils have excellent performance of decoration, corrosion resistance etc.
|The special order can be negotiated
1. What is the minimum order quantity ?
Our MOQ is 50mt for each size. And we will consider to give more discount if you make big order like 1000 tons and more. Further more, the more appropriate payment term your offer the better price we can provide.
2. How long can we receive the product after purchase?
Usually within thirty working days after receiving buyer’s advance payment or LC. We will arrange the factory manufacturing as soon as possible. The cargo readiness usually takes 15-25 days, but the shipment will depend on the vessel situation.
3. How to guarantee the quality of the products？
We have established the international advanced quality management system，every link from raw material to final product we have strict quality test；We resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.
4.What is the validity of your quotation?
Normally 7 days.
5.What is your advantage?
24 hour quick response /Customer oriented/ Credit foremost/ Top quality Excellent
- Q:Hi,Well, I live near almost across the street from a forest, and my neighborhood is full of raccoons!!! Recently, I just purchased a bunny and have kept it at my cousin's house for the time being. He has a steel cage, and is about 6 months old. I am considering bringing him home and leaving him in the back yard with his steel cage. I am just afraid that raccoons can bite through the steel and get to him. So the question is... Is is possible for raccoons to bite through steel? Btw,Please don't answer hate comments about me being a bad rabbit owner. I simply want to know if raccoons can bite through steel. If it doesn't work out, the rabbit will stay at my cousins house until further notice. But please, I did not waste 5 points for unneeded answers. Thanksss!
- Well the raccoons can't bite through steel unless it is very thin steel, like aluminum foil thickness. But they have long arms and can reach into the cage so that would be my worry. They are also very clever so I don't know if it is safe for the bunny. That would depend upon the size of the cage and how hungry the raccoons are. The raccoons might be tempted to try to steal the bunny's food so that is a concern. Check with a pet shop owner or forester or someone like that who has knowledge about raccoons in the area.
- Q:Corten steel tends to overheat in hot environments? (for example copper heats up under the sun)
- Bill summed it up pretty quick and provided a link. For some reason you are focusing on the copper content when it really is insignificant in the overall picture of the sun hitting its surface. If you could elaborate more, maybe we could offer a better answer.
- Steel coils are used in the production of conveyor systems as they are formed into sturdy, durable belts that are capable of withstanding heavy loads and continuous operation. The coils are typically flattened and shaped into long lengths before being assembled into conveyor belts, ensuring optimal strength and flexibility for efficient material handling.
- Q:I personally don't believe the story of 8 guys who flew small planes can navigate passenger jets into buildings hundreds of miles away with that precision. It just doesn't make sense.I am wondering what the story surrounding the molten steel was, how could molten steel have been produced when fuel from the planes wasn't hot enough (it melts at 2850 degrees)?
- that's just it: there wasn't very much molten steel for the very reason you point out. Jet fuel burns at 800° to 1500°F. This is not hot enough to melt structural steel. However, engineers say that for the World Trade Center towers to collapse, their steel frames didn't need to melt, they just had to lose some of their structural strength. Steel will lose about half its strength at 1,200 degrees F. The steel will also become distorted when heat is not a uniform temperature. after the collapse, a LOT of folks took a look at the remains. the result was the conclusion that the fire caused the central core of the building to weaken. When the floors collapsed one on top of the other, the weight was too much for the weaked core to bear, causing the result we are all familiar with. hope this helps
- The dimensions of steel coils utilized in the energy sector may differ depending on the specific application and requirements. However, typical dimensions for steel coils in the energy sector encompass a thickness range of 0.5mm to 5.0mm, with widths that usually span from 600mm to 2000mm. The diameter of the coil can also vary, with commonly employed sizes ranging from 1000mm to 2200mm. These dimensions are carefully selected to ensure that the coils can be easily transported, processed, and employed in various energy sector applications, such as power plants, oil and gas pipelines, and renewable energy projects. It is important to emphasize that these dimensions are not fixed and can be tailored according to specific project requirements.
- Yes, steel coils can be coated with thermally insulating materials. These materials help to reduce heat transfer and provide insulation to the steel coils, enhancing their thermal resistance.
- Q:What is the major disadvantage of hardened steel? Do you think this form of iron would be wear resistant and retain a sharpened edge?
- a disadvantage is the fact that the cold forming capability of this steel
- Q:I'm pretty sure that this topic has been beaten to death by now. But, I still can't get a definite answer. With stainless steel, you get better corrosion resistance, and you will hold and edge longer. With carbon steel, you will hold a sharper edge, and you could forge a knife blade longer than 2 ft without breakage. I'm personally a fan of stainless steel ( the 440 grade stuff ), just because it seems to hold up to use and abuse better in the long run. HOWEVER, I have NEVER had a factory made knife break on me. I don't think that they would try to sell you a knife that didn't do what it was meant to do, at least to a reasonable degree. (I work for a living, and can't afford a custom $600 knife.) What do you think? Is this a pointless topic? Will there ever be a winner?
- If your talking about a folding pocket knife, I think that it's basically six one way and a half dozen the other. I actually do prefer stainless for my pocket knives. I don't want to oil a knife to the degree I feel carbon requires, only to then stick it my pocket to attract dirt to the knife and oil to my pants. I'm the exact opposite on sheath knives though. I like 1095 carbon steel, plain edge sheath knives. I'll thrash on them HARD, and I rarely have major edge problems. Of course, I require them to be coated with some kind of powder coat or the like, because they can rust, but I do try and keep them clean and dry when in the sheath, so they won't pit the uncoated edge. My reasons for this sheath knife preference is multi-fold. First, these knives are simply affordable. I don't spend $80 dollars on a outdoors sheath knife. I use the tool too hard to want to spend more. I don't like the more traditional stainless steels such as AUS-8, 420HC, and 440C (not to mention the HORRENDOUS 440A) because I feel that the all else being equal, a stainless blade will bend before a carbon blade will break. I also think that carbon holds an edge at least as well, if not better, than traditional stainless, and it's much easier to hone. I don't know much about these new laminates, other than the very hard, but not so tough. They seem to be POSSIBLY too brittle for my use. That, combined with the fact that they cost a FORTUNE, means that I just won't be considering them.
- There are several different types of steel coil storage systems, including coil racks, coil cradles, coil saddles, and coil bunks. Each of these systems is designed to safely and efficiently store steel coils in a warehouse or manufacturing facility. Coil racks are typically used for larger, heavier coils and have adjustable arms to accommodate different sizes. Coil cradles are used for smaller coils and provide a stable base for storage. Coil saddles are specifically designed to hold and transport coils with overhead crane systems. Coil bunks are used for storing large quantities of coils and provide a stacking system to maximize space utilization.
- Manufacturers and customers have various options when it comes to recoiling steel coils. One frequently used method is slitting, which employs rotating circular blades to cut a wide steel coil into narrower strips. This results in multiple smaller coils with desired widths. Slitting is commonly employed to create coils of different sizes for diverse applications. Another technique is known as cut-to-length (CTL) recoiling, where the steel coil is cut into specific lengths according to the customer's requirements. This involves passing the coil through a straightening and leveling machine, followed by a flying shear that cuts the steel into the desired lengths. CTL recoiling is particularly useful in industries that demand precise and uniform steel lengths, such as construction or automotive. Furthermore, there is a method called coil-to-coil recoiling. This process involves rewinding the steel coil onto a new coil with the desired dimensions and properties. Coil-to-coil recoiling is typically utilized when the original coil needs resizing, reconditioning, or rerolling for further processing or transportation purposes. Specialized recoiling machines ensure proper tension, alignment, and winding of the steel coil onto the new coil. In conclusion, the recoiling of steel coils can be accomplished through various methods, including slitting, cut-to-length recoiling, and coil-to-coil recoiling. Each method offers its own advantages and is chosen based on factors such as required coil dimensions, precision, efficiency, and the specific needs of the industry or customer.
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