High Quality Surface Finish Cold Rolled Steel Coil

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Model NO.:SPCC

Surface Treatment:Oiled

Technique:Cold Rolled

Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, DIN, BS

Steel Grade:SPCC

Product Description:Cold Rolled Steel

Brand Name:Cheeho & OEM

Heat Treatment:Annealed

Temper Type:Ba

Margin Status:Ec & Em

Surface Condition:Sb & SD

Surface Quality:FC & Fd

Inner Diameter:508-610mm

Approved Certificate:SGS & ISO & BV & TUV

Export Markets:Global

Additional Info.

Trademark:CheeHo & OEM

Packing:Standard Seaworthy Package

Standard:SGS & ISO & BV & TUV Approved

Origin:Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China

HS Code:72091790

Production Capacity:250000mt/Year

Product Description


Brief Introduction
Cold Rolled Steel is steel that has been worked below its recrystallization temperature by passing it between a pair of rollers. Recrystallization temperature is the temperature at which grains in the lattice structure of the metal have been rearranged, leaving it free of strain and deformations. Cold Rolled Steel is pre-treated before being cold rolled with a process known as pickling, which uses strong acids to remove scale and other impurities. The Cold Rolled Steel is then passed through rollers to reduce its thickness. Most cold rolling takes place in multiple passes and as the size of the Cold Rolled Steel is further reduced, its strength and hardness both increase, but its ductility decreases. After cold rolling, heating the metal up in a process known as annealing can restore some of its ductility. The final Cold Rolled Steel coil may be manufactured in the form of sheets, strips, bars, or other forms.

Specification
1. Thickness: 0.4-2.0mm
2. Width: 900-1250mm
3. Inner Diameter: 508mm
4. Weight of Steel Coil: 3-15MT
5. Heat Treatment: Annealed
6. Margin Status: EC & EM
7. Surface Quality: FB&FC
8. Surface Status: SB & SD
9. Surface Treatment: Oiling

 
Mechanical Properties
1. Yield Strength: ≤320MPa
2. Tensile Strength: ≤370MPa
3. Elongation (L=50mm, b=25mm) When:
(1) Nominal Thickness <0.25mm: 30%
(2) Nominal Thickness 0.25mm-<0.40: 32%
(3) Nominal Thickness 0.40-<0.60mm: 34%
(4) Nominal Thickness 0.60-<1.0mm: 36%
(5) Nominal Thickness 1.0-<1.6mm: 37%
(6) Nominal Thickness >1.6mm: 38%


Application
1. Base metal for coated and dipped products.
2. Home appliance
3. Precise welding tube
4. Flux cored welding wire
5. Bicycle, battery shell,
6. Automobile fitting, hardware
7. Enameling industry etc.
 
Superiority
1. High precision of dimensional tolerance
2. Excellent mechanical property such as the yield strength and tensile strength, etc.
3. Being highly resistant to denting
4. Exhibits useful magnetic properties
5. High quality surface finish and get well prepared for the surface coating
6. Available in a variety of sizes and shapes with characteristics useful in a wide range of applications
 
Chemical Components

GradeChemical Components
CMnPSAlt
SPCC≤0.12≤0.50≤0.035≤0.025≥0.020
SPCD≤0.10≤0.45≤0.030≤0.025≥0.020
SPCE≤0.08≤0.40≤0.025≤0.020≥0.020



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You have opened a can of worms. Specific types of steel vary not only by composition but by the way they were made, their physical properties and their morphology (microscopic structure). The composition you have given would fit for High Carbon Steel and Medium Carbon Steel. Go to the reference I've given, it allows you to put in 3 of the components of your alloy and then it gives you a list of possibilities. You can open each candidate individually and see the full composition. Hours of fun. :)
Q:steel or aluminum on fixie?
I'm afraid you have opened a can o'worms. Aluminum as a material is roughly 1/2 the weight of steel. Aluminum as a material is also roughly 1/3 the strength of steel. his means you need 3 times more aluminum to make a frame as strong as steel which makes the aluminum frame 25% heavier. That being said, well designed and more expensive aluminum frames can easily weigh less than low zoot steel. Buying a cheap bike with an aluminum frame will ALWAYS weigh more than a middle of the road bike with a steel frame. ...and THAT being said, high end steel can easily weigh less than a high quality aluminum frame... note we are talking frames in the $2000 range- just for the frame. So, based on your explanation and attendant budget of the bikes you are considering, buy the steel bike. You won't be losing or gaining anything... except saving money.
Q:Can cold rolled galvanized steel coils be acid washed after oxidation?
Hot rolling is made of slabs (mainly continuous billets) as raw materials. After heating, strips are made from roughing mills and finishing mills. From the last finishing mill stand out of the hot strip laminar cooling through to the set temperature, the coiling machine rolled strip steel roll cooled, according to the different needs of users with different finishing line (flat, straightening, transverse or longitudinal, inspection, weighing, packing and marking etc.) processing and become steel, flat steel product volume and slitting.
Q:The effect of sodium chloride on mild steel?
The mild steel contains a lot of Iron. The NaCl solution quickly attacks the iron content and forms rust. Over time, the solution may also cause what is called 'Chloride Cracking' of the steel. Pitting corrosion of stainless steel due to chlorides would certainly produce a rust-colored product. Passivation can be used to maintain a good corrosion resistant surface of stainless steel process vessel. There are many commercial products for this purpose. In the pharmaceutical industry, this process is often called derouging, that is to remove the buildup of iron oxides on the stainless steel process surfaces
Q:steel guitar, can i use bronze strings?
Are you talking about a steel guitar or a steel string guitar. Bronze strings won't work properly on a steel/lap steel/electric guitar but hey are designed to be played on an acoustic or acoustic electric steel string guitar. Light gauge strings are OK. However, the low E may be too thin if you tune that down to D. Another thing to consider is that the neck truss rod probably needs to be adjusted slightly if you change string gauge. This procedure is fast and simple if you know what you're doing. You should however leave it to someone else if you don't know how it's done. If you play all the time in drop D, I would probably use a set of medium strings or have a light set and use a heavier low E-string. Personally, I use drop D on my acoustics from time to time. I use light strings and find this to work well for me.
Q:Does anybody have some column splice details for steel structures?
Boy oh boy, that request would open you up to a bunch of different types of files and drawings. There are so many different ways to make a column splice for structural steels. And they all would depend greatly on the loads that the joint will be subject too. You need to find a copy of the Manual of Steel Construction Ninth edition (or newer if its out, mine is the ninth), from the AISC 'American Institute of Steel Construction. This book will show you quite a few different connection options, welded and bolted. You will need to make drawings from the dimensions and details you see in the book. One other thing, you might try to find a manual for steel detailing, the seventh edition of the above book had a section to show detailing dimensions for different steel elements, dependant on the size and shape of the member itself.
Q:How does water cooling affect the hardness of steel?
When steel is slowly cooled, lots of carbon diffusion takes place because it is not very soluble in steel at room temperature. The carbon is in solution at high temperatures, and is rejected out of the lattice as it cools. And when this happens, the microstructure will consist of ferrite and pearlite, and the lattice structure will be base centered cubic (bcc). If it is cooled fast enough, then the carbon gets trapped in the interstitial sites of the lattice and distorts it to a body centered tetragonal (same as bcc, but elongated in one direction) This elongation strains the lattice and makes it harder. Also, when cooled fast enough the atoms do not have time to diffuse like they normally would and they shear into place. This forms the hard phase of martensite that is desired of heat treated steel. But then it must be tempered back some because it is too brittle.
Q:What is Mild Steel? Is it the same as Seamless Steel?
I wonder from your phrasing if you are referring to pipe or tubular steel. Seamless Black usually are terms used when referring to pipe. Mild steel is low carbon steel, easy to machine, form, weld. It has lower strength than medium or high carbon steels. AISI 1018 is probably the most common. If this middle man cannot provide any specifications, maybe you need a new source.
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