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Steel Specification:

Thickness: 0.2-3.0mm

Width: 600-1500mm

Coating Mass: Z08Z12Z18Z20Z22Z25Z27Z35

Z80Z120Z180Z200Z220Z250Z275

Tolerance for thickness,width,flatness and so on conform to the requirements of JIS G3302 or ASTM A653M/924M

Coil ID can be either 508mm or 610mm, maximum coil OD is 2000mm

The speicfication of ASTM Such as A653m,A924 M and so on have been updated to the latest revisions

Application:

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION

Floor decks, ceilings, verandas, rolling doors, warehouse, partitions, sheds, gutters, wall, underground piping, sashes, beams, fences, scaffolding, indoor decorations, ducts, ventilating pipes, steel frames and cable trays.

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

Freezers, video recorder cases, motor cases, lighting fittings, water heaters, washing machines, refrigerators, stoves, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, fluorescent light housings, electrical heaters, toasters, microwave oven enclosures and switch boxes.

TRANSPORTATION

Containers, under body panels, bus & truck body panels, fuel tanks, noise screens, highway signs, air cleaners, conveyor systems and guard rails.

AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT

Barns, drying machines, animal houses, hoppers, irrigation systems, greenhouses, water tanks, sheds, silos, agricultural implements and feeders.

FURNITURE & OTHERS

Vending machines, drums, cans, pails, sauna inner parts, chimney pipes, entertainment machines, solar collectors, office equipment, steel furniture, tool boxes, garages and waste bins.

COMPUTER'S APPLIANCES

Computer shells and communication instruments

Surface Treatment:

Chromating treatment or anti-finger print

Surface Finished:

REGULAR SPANGLE:

Regular spangle is also called normal spangle which is naturally formed without any additional treatment during galvanizing.

MINI SPANGLE:

The spangle is restrained and formed as mini spangle by reducing the lead content in the zinc liquid or by blowing the zinc powder from the equipment installed on the zinc pot.

EXTRA SMOOTH:

The mini spangle is further skin-passed to produce the extra smooth surface.

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Q:how to tell if its stainless steel?
Stainless steel should be non-magnetic.
Q:How is chrome steel made?
well, save up some more $$. I wouldnt feel safe on a $120 mountain bike. My advice would be to invest in something that's a little more money. Also, why do you want a steel frame? Aluminum frames today are made from 7005 alloy, and stack up very well compared to the durability of steel. Plus, they wiegh alot less. Nowadays, youll only find steel on a cheap walmart bike, ir a top notch downhill bike made for extream offf road conditions.
Q:what material could replace iron or steel?
Iron and steel has, in lots of cases, been replaced by Aluminium and its alloys. Titanium and composite (Carbon reinforced resin) materials are also used where weight saving and non bending strength is required. Many of these types of materials are expensive and as iron ore is readily available it will be some time before it is replaced on a wide basis. Many other materials are not good where higher temperatures are concerned however there is an increasing use of ceramics being used for say stove tops. Hope this helps.
Q:What oil to use on knife steel?
There are several grades of steel and other types of metals used in knives. Like another user said, if it is something like 420 Stainless Steel (a very common knife steel grade), then you should not have to worry about it rusting. I still apply oil to my stainless steel knives though to keep the action smooth. Non-stainless will require oil to prevent rust if you are planning on using them heavily. There is a such thing as knife oil and you can find it online. A lot of car or sportting lubricants will work though. I use Rem Oil, a popular gun oil that you can find at Wally World for about $3 a can. Disassemble your knife. Use a solvent and a cleaning solution to clean off the old oil, dirt, and gunk. I use Hoppes solvent (a solvent that can be found at Wal-Mart for a few bucks) and either pour it into a small shot-glass and dip a toothbrush in it, dampen a wash-rag with it, or pour some in the cap and dab a cotton swab on it. Using one of these tools, I swab down my knives completely, focusing mainly on moving parts and parts of the knife that experiences high abrasion (the lock of a liner lock knife for example). Then I spray it down with Rem Oil. Reassemble the knife and let it sit overnight. The next day, I'll rub off any excess oil from the grips. Usually though, the knife is ready to rock the moment I reassemble it. So that's cleaning knives in a nutshell: take it apart, clean off the old oil and dirt, re-oil it with gun oil, then put it back together.
Q:Are steel toed boots okay for street motorcycle riding?
I personally like to feel the shifter, and I've found that I can't feel the shifter as well through steel toed boots. Steel toed boots are designed to protect you in the event of something heavy dropping on your foot - which isn't very likely on a motorcycle. I have also found that in extreme cold that steel toed boots seem to act like a heat sink for your feet - non steel toed boots seem to stay just a little bit warmer. If you're a new rider, a very blunt toe (whether steel or not) can make getting your toes under the shifter a little more difficult, but with some practice and experience, you will get used to it. Honestly, I don't think it really makes all that much difference. All new riders have difficulty with the shifter, and it will take time for you to get used to it either way. I don't think the difference is really even worth going out and buying another set of boots, but yeah, if you were getting your first pair, I would tell you to look for a boot with a toe that is slender and tapered (vs. blunt), and non-steel.
Q:Is steel industry good for investing currently ?
I feel metal stocks can give some return now if you invest.
Q:how do I convert my house to be built to a steel stud home?
Steel is going to be a whole different world. You will need to go back to square one and get house plans that are drawn for structural steel. First thing you need to do is find a builder that knows how to build with steel and get an idea of the price.
Q:Where could I acquire true steel?
The phrase true steel has no technical meaning. Steel comes in many alloys and grades. Sorry I have no idea where to get different grades and types of steel. McMaster Carr carries a lot of steel bars, sheets, etc.
Q:How to sharpen a steel strip?
Comp is right- Lowe's sold you mild steel. Good for a lot of things, but holding an edge isn't one. If you want to make some sort of edged tool, try something like Smokey Mountain Knife Works or another online vendor. They have better blades, even some Damascus blades which will hold an edge much better. If you want to make your own blades, you'll need to start with better steel and build your own forge. I made one from a brake drum and a vacuum with a dimmer switch. You'll also need an anvil, something that may be a bit tough to locate. A couple of hammers and you can start forging blades. For something simpler, locate a place where you can learn blacksmithing and forging. Some art classes teach this at a community college, but not many. Check the site below and see if you can go with ABANA. ... Good luck!!
Q:Why are properties of steel not identical?
Steel is manufactured to different specs. To match the needs of its intended end use .Tensel strength,Hardness, Corosion resistance etc. The chemical make up will change to suit.

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