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Product Features
super weather resistance and durability , also the pattern is capable to bring about plenty of effects of multilayer, parallax and 3D effect.

Application
It is the perfect building material in construction for making steel roofing/suspended ceiling, office partition, Sandwich panel, insulation panel, corrugate sheet, facade wall,rolling doors, T-bar, garage door and shutters etc.

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Items

Thickness

Type

Features

Protection Film

50μm

polyethylene

Protecting from scratches and
contamination (Optional)

Finished Coat

10μm

PVDF

Protecting printed layer and enhances
the appearance of the surfaces

Print

1μm

Ink, Polyester

Various printing patterns,3 colors overprint

Top Coat

20μm

Polyester Fluorine

Chemical resistance, formability and
patterns multiformity

Primer Coat

5μm

Polyester

workability, corrosion resistance and
adhesion to the primer coating

Chemical Treatment

1μm

Chromate

Good adhesion and corrosion resistance

Substrate

0.2-1.2mm

GI.GL.AL

GI.GL,AL

Chemical Treatment

1μm

Chromate

Good adhesion and corrosion resistance

Back Coat

5μm

Epoxy

corrosion resistance and adhesion to the
substrate


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Q:Questions about Steel. Please Help?
Steel is an alloy composed mainly of iron and carbon, but almost always contain small and various amounts of other elements. So all of these questions will have a range of answers. For example, the density of steel is between 0.280 and 0.291 pounds/cubic inch. The melting point for mild steel is around 2400F (1300C), but can be much higher, as in stainless steel which is 2800F because it contains a minimum of 11% chromium. Wiki has a legitimate definition.
Q:Major disadvantage of hardened steel?
The major disadvantage of hardened steel is that it is very brittle unless it is tempered. Hardened steel would be wear resistant, and would hold an edge as long as you don't cut anything harder than a boiled egg - the impact of the knife on a cutting board would shatter it.
Q:is steel flexible?
Yes, looking at it from an engineering standpoint. Depending on it's shape it can be used for many applications where flexibility is important. Steel springs for example, or guitar strings. Whenever you're debating these kinds of matters, it is important to keep in mind that the use of a material depends on the shape, the size and the weight it's going to be used in. A big block of steel will be used in a different manner as a piece of steel wire.
Q:Does a Butcher's steel actually make your knives any sharper ?
Very okorder.com
Q:Steel horse shoes vs. aluminum?
Steel is not much different to be honest as long as you aren't doing any special shoes. A horse like yours I would probably stick in some steel eventers and go on your way. That's about average and honestly between a comparable aluminum shoe you won't see a difference in his movement unless the farrier starts messing with breakovers and shoeing him different. There are few times when I will do aluminum and all of it has to do with special circumstances. My 4 year old is in aluminums on his front right now because his special shoes are close to an 3/4 thick and about an inch wide. In steel those shoes would be very heavy, but those are what he works best in compared to the steel. I can give him more of the support he needs with the aluminum than I can with the steel. I also prefer eggbars, hartbars, etc to be done in aluminum for the sheer size of the shoe. Steel lasts more resets and it's stronger than aluminum. Aluminum is useful for therapuedic shoes. So you all have the pros and cons, but a horse in shoes with no special needs is a horse who should just stay in steel.
Q:melting point of 1008 steel?
It is still the same for 1008 steel. Go to the bottom and see the listing of the grades it covers. Since the only difference between the 1006 and 1008 steel is a few micro amounts of alloys and by far the greatest majority or main component is iron (99%), as a general melt temperature , 2750 F is the melt temperature at which the other alloys are added to the charge to fine tune the mix. Just like adding salt to distilled water actually lowers the boiling point of water, adding alloys to iron decreases the melting point of iron. The iron melts at 2800F, but once alloys to make the 1008 grade are added, it decreases melt temp to 2750F. Since the melting point of pure iron is 2800F, the temperature is actually decreased by adding these impurities of alloys. These alloys are tested while the mix is starting to come down from a pure melt, steel is sampled. and then alloys below are checked and added to make the 1008 steel. The steel is maintained at 2750 F so that the less volatile alloys don't boil off before combining with steel. Minimum Properties Ultimate Tensile Strength, psi 43,900 - 51,900 Yield Strength, psi 26,100 - 34,800 Elongation 42 - 48% Chemistry Iron (Fe) 99% Carbon (C) 0.08% Manganese (Mn) 0.6% max Phosphorus (P) 0.035% max Copper (Cu) 0.2% min Sulfur (S) 0.04%
Q:who are the 7 best steel guitar players ever?
I would have to put Lloyd Green and Buddy Emmons at the top of the list for virtuoso instrument playing mastery, technical expertise and versatility, adapting steel guitar to most any kind of music they were in studio to lay tracks for. Certainly, Pete Drake, and Weldon Myrick belong at the top of the best of the Nashville Session steel players for the last 50 years or more. While Leon McAuliffe and Roy Wiggins in the 1930's and 40's pioneered and paved the way for the country music steel guitarists coming along in the 50's 60's; we cannot leave this list without crediting the virtuoso technical and musical versatility of much later steel guitarists, whom have been the top-drawer, first-call session players in Nashville studios for the last 30 years or so. Namely, the best of the Nashville Session Steel players: Paul Franklin Jr. That's how my votes would stack-up, of the 7 best steel guitar players, ever! Thank you for a fun question to muse over and answer! Sincerely, Jazz Me109 PS: When editing what I've written above, I found it amusing and quite interesting that Paul Franklin, Jr. wound-up at the bottom of my list, when indeed he should be at the top of the list! I guess I feel that way about all of the steel guitar masters, that I've listed here, though! Oh well!...Have a great day! :)
Q:Superman man of steel?
I don't think Wolverine could stab Superman. The name Man of Steel is just a nickname that was acquired through the years. Just like Superman is able to fly, but when the initial comic came out, he could only, leap tall buildings with a single bound, and is stronger than a locomotive. Of course, now he can fly and is MUCH more stronger than a train! hahahahah. So even though Wolverine is cool, I hardly doubt he could stab Superman...not that he would of course. =)
Q:UNITED STATES STEEL OR GE?
I would go with some in one and less in the other. Given that steel prices have collapsed (and seeing as the Chinese economy is going into a recession, they will probably stay low for a while) I would say that because US Steel is a blue chip company it will be around for the long term, but, it won't make much for a while. GE on the other hand has been beaten down thanks to some mismanagement issues under current CEO Jeffrey Immelt, however, they have a range of strong products (save for their broadcast division, RCA/NBC). Given that the stock is at a severe low with the company itself being worth quite a bit (with a fair amount of bailout funds coming to its' financial division) and the Obama administrations' green initiatives coming online over the next couple of years the demand for their products will be high. I would simply say 70/20 GE/US. Good luck.
Q:Scientific answers please: Are there various grades of stainless steel?
yes loads

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