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Aluzinc Steel Coil
Steel Grade & Standard:G550
Spangle:Minimized Spangle
Aluzinc Coating Mass:AZ40
Surface Treatment:Chromated, Unoiled, NonSkinpassed, Anti-Finger Print

Size (MM) (BMT)     MOQ (MTS)

0.23mm x 914 x C       60

0.25mm x 914 x C       60

0.28mm x 914 x C       60

0.30mm x 914 x C       60

0.35mm x 914 x C       60

0.40mm x 914 x C       60

0.45mm x 914 x C       60
Package Type: EYE TO SIDE
Thickness Tolerance:+/-0.01mm
Width Tolerance:0/+5mm                    
Quantity Tolerance: +/-10%

VALIDITY: 3 WORKING DAYS
PAYMENT: T/T WITH 30% DOWNPAYMENT AND BALANCE AGAINST INVOICE & PACKING LIST
SHIPMENT: 45 DAYS FOR CARGO READINESS AND 15 DAYS FOR CATCHING THE VESSEL

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Q:is carbon steel a good matirial for a usable sword?
carbon steel will hold a good edge, but will corrode easily. The nicest blades I have seen are made from damascus steel (repeatedly folded over and over). It makes a blade which is good and flexible sideways, but more rigid in the cutting direction, and it holds an edge extremely well. It also looks awesome due to the grain effect from the folds, but is very expensive.
Q:Should I buy a guitar with nylon or steel?
Make your choice based on the type of music you intend to play. Nylon strings are used primarily for classical, flamenco and folk music. Steel strings are used for pop, rock, blues, country, folk, bluegrass.... Both types of guitar are tuned the same, so you *can* play any style of music on either guitar. The big difference is in the tone. Nylon strings are rich and full...if perhaps a little mellow. Steel strings are twangy and have a bite to the sound. There are differences in the construction and feel of the guitars, but that's not critical to your decision. Match the guitar to the music you intend to play. At 14 yrs old, you are certainly big enough for a full sized guitar....and I'll bet you're still growing, right? Even full sized guitars still vary in the size of the body. Try a few out to see how well they fit your reach.
Q:stainless steel cookware sticking?
Welcome to the life of stainless steel cookware. Make sure you have plenty of steel wool handy. It took my wife and I some getting used to, but we now love our set.
Q:has anyone heard about the 2010 specialized allez steel?
Steel? I doubt it's made out of steel, more labor and a heavier frame. Most likely aluminum. Shimano 2300 you say? The Shimano 2300 is the lowest of the low of Shimano road components. Most likely not too reliable and heavy. www.cyclestore.co.uk/productDetai... I think this is what you might be looking for.
Q:What were some steel advances in industries? 10 points!?
The single most important important advance in steel production was learning to accurately control carbon content. This was done through the Bessemer Process in which air was blown through molten iron to burn out impurities and excess carbon. Low carbon iron (wrought iron) could be easily worked into shapes. Medium carbon iron could be cast into useful and durable shapes. High carbon steel could be used for structural uses (beams and girders). Adding alloys such as nickel and silicon could produce very tough steels and steels resistant to rust. Adding vanadium to steel engine parts allowed Ford to produce finely machined engines in huge numbers with existing machinery.
Q:Why do we galvanise steel?
The coating of zinc inhibits rust. First of all the zinc does not oxidize a readily as iron (steel). If the zinc coating gets scratched it still protects the exposed iron. When the zinc and exposed iron get wet they behave like a battery. Electrons flow from the zinc layer to the iron layer. The extra electrons in the iron layer replace any that might be lost to oxidation and help keep the iron metallic. Of course now the zinc oxidizes faster so eventually all of the metallic zinc is removed and the iron is unprotected and will rust. The fact that the zinc doesn't have to cover the steel is shown in another process. To protect the steel hulls of ocean going ships a block of zinc is attached to the bottom. The electrical circuit behaves as described above. When the zinc block has dissolved they just attach another one. If they keep this up the hull of the ship remains corrosion free. A tin coating on steel (as in a tin can) works just the opposite. When the tin is scratched the electrons flow from iron to tin so the iron rusts faster than it would have with no tin.
Q:How strong is 440 steel on a katana?
440 is stainless steel, and isn't designed for functional swords. Carbon steel blades are. I'd say that if you're looking for a functional sword, forget about this one. It's probably a wall-hanger. Most swords today are.
Q:Design of Steel Building - ARCHITECTURE ?
Fiberglass batts or spray on foam both work well
Q:how do you rate the hardness of steel?
Find your portable hardness testers from our latest collections thats for sure having the ability to test hardness of metal alloys and plastic by applying some amount of pressure on it. All our evaluators can evaluate in Brinell, Rockwell and Vickers machines.
Q:Can fire resistant building materials burn hot enough to melt steel columns?
Gavin, the danger posed by steel columns and girders during a fire in a building, is not the danger of the steel melting but of the steel expanding and snapping the bolts that hold all of the steel together. Very high temperatures can be achieved in a building fire because the up-draft caused by the rising hot air, delivers a massive amount of oxygen to the burning carpet, paper and furniture. When a steel frame office tower burns, the heat expands the steel and snaps the bolts. This causes the building to fall-down and not necessarily, burn-down. I am too lazy to look-up the melting point of steel but it is not very high. That is one reason for the columns and girders in steel framed buildings, to be covered in asbestos (which is a fatally toxic material) or magnesium di-oxide.

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