Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel --Good manufacturability

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 Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel --Good manufacturability

1. Description of the Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel

 Hot-dip aluzinc steel structure is composed of aluminum-zinc alloy, consisting of 55% aluminum, 43% zinc and 2% at 600 silicon solidification temperature and composition, the entire structure is made of aluminum - iron - silicon - zinc, to form a dense quaternary crystals an alloy.

Hot-dip aluzinc steel has many excellent features: strong corrosion resistance, is three times the pure galvanized sheet; zinc surface with beautiful flowers, can be used as a building outside board.

 

2.Main Features of the Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel

 

Excellent corrosion resistance

High temperature oxidation resistance

• High hot reflectance

Good manufacturability

•Beautiful appearance

Surface coating                                                                              

Cost-effective

3.Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel Images

 

Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel --Good manufacturability

Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel --Good manufacturability

Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel --Good manufacturability

4.Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel Specification 

AVAILABLE SPECIFICATION

 

HOT-DIP ALUZINC STEEL COILS

THICKNESS

0.16mm-3.5mm

WIDTH

1250mm MAX

COATING MASS

30g/ m2-185 g/ m2

SPANGLE

Regular Spangle, Minimized Spangle, Zero Spangle

SURFACE TREATMENT

Chromated / non-chromated, Oiled / non-oiled, Anti Finger Print

COIL INNER DIAMETER

508mm or 610mm

 

HOT-DIP ALUZINC STEEL COILS

COMMERCIAL QUALITY

ASTM A792M-06a

EN10327-2004

 JIS G 3321:2010

 

 

STRUCTURE STEEL

SS GRADE  230

SS GRADE  255

SS GRADE  275

SS GRADE  340

SS GRADE  550

S220GD+AZ

S250GD+AZ

S280GD+AZ

S320GD+AZ

 S350GD+AZ

S550GD+AZ

SGLC400

SGLC440

SGLC490

SGLC570

 

 

5.FAQ of Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel

We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely  

1.What advantages do your products have

Firstly, our base material is of high quality, Their performance is in smooth and flat surfaceno edge wave good flexibility.

Secondly, high quality zinc ingoats, 97.5% zinc,1.5% silicon,1% others, the same zinc coating measured by metal coating thickness or by zinc weight

Thirdly, high precision: Tolerance strictly according to ASTM or JISG standard even more rigid.

We have full stes of testing equipment(for t best, cupule,chromatism,salt spray resistance, etc) and professional engineers.

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Q:Why low carbon steel have poor magnetic properties?
The composition you mention is not a low carbon steel.The carbon and manganese content are high enough to mean that the crystal grain size will be small. A very large grain size is needed in steels for transformers,motors etc.The large grain size and lack of carbides in low silicon steels for magnetic purposes allows the easy movement of magnetic domain walls.Transformer steels typically have a carbon content of about 0.003% and 3.5%Si with the phosphorus and sulphur at a tenth of the levels you mention.The high Si content increases the electrical resistivity of the magnetic core and reduces the power loss from eddy currents(the core metal has voltages generated in it by the changing magnetic fields) and the power lost in eddy currents heats up a transformers core so it needs extra cooling;the loss is inversely proportional to the resistivity and 3.5%Si increases resistivity of iron by a very large amount.The presence of high silicon with ultra low carbon and manganese level allows the soft magnetic steels to be annealed at very high temperatures(850 to 1100deg C)without a phase change so that the crystals have 10,000 to 10,000,000 times the volume of the crystals in heat-treatable (Just)steel you mention.Fine for playing with and demonstrating electromagnetism but not as electrical engineering feedstuff.
Q:carbon steel?
McMAster-Carr is a good catalog supplier of everything. Shipping for this stuff will be expensive. Talk to steel places near where you live. Carbon steel is not very descriptive. Structural steel is perhaps the most common, it has carbon in it, but people know it as ASTM A36 (36,000 yeild). You might talk to the steel people about your application to see what would be the cheapest for your application.
Q:how to make a unique piece of steel?
If you really want to do this, you should be getting some books on steel metallurgy rather than asking on Yahoo. ASM sells a Metallurgy for the non-metallurgist that would be a good introduction. Most university libraries will have the full ASM handbook that includes detailed information for different grades of steel (vol 1), heat treatment and surface hardening (vol 4), testing (vols 8-12), and casting (vol 15). A reference for continuous cooling transformation diagrams will also help in designing a heat treatment process. If you want to make something stronger than most commercial steels, you'll need to get into nanotechnology and unconventional steel processing methods like powder metallurgy. You can increase the strength of steel by about 1000% by reducing the grain size from 50 micron (typical for conventional processing methods) to 100 nm (achievable through high-energy ball milling). Though you'd also need to customize the chemistry to stabilize the grain size during the necessary thermal processing, I believe zirconium works well with iron.
Q:crossbow hunting with 8mm steel balls?
People usually compare regular fiber stringed crossbows with the string in steel ball crossbows. steel ball crossbows shoot with steel cables that can take the light weight of the ball . On top of that they are ALLWAYS have cams that reduce the tension when releasing the ball. I own a 160 lbs crossbow that shoots both bolts and 8mm balls and I love it, it can take a raccoon , a rabbit , even a turkey and it is very easy to reload since it keeps several balls in the magazine. About how accurate it is , as most shooting weapons it is a matter of practice. I have a pistol 6 mm balls and is really fun, I don't think you can kill much with that one but it is fun to shoot at around the house. I would give it a try , you might be pleasantly surprised.
Q:what is the chemical composition of the steel material to be used for steel tube ferules?
I don't know your application, but here is some advice. Case hard provides a hard shell around soft steel, depending on the bake, the case is usually .002-.008 thick. (thousands of an inch) Heat treated steel or tool steel is hard all the way thru. Case hardening, provides toughness with flexibility, however, once it's compromised, the part is scrap. Hardend tool steel is extreemly hard throughout and the harder it is, the more brittle it becomes. The application of the part will help you to determine the material needed. For instance; Plastic injection molds are very hard so the hot plastic wont erode them over years of use. Punch Press dies aren't as hard but are tougher to withstand the shock. Machine bolts are case hardened so they can last, but soft enough to allow some stretching during tightening. Either way, the time in mfg will be about the same. Most tool steels today cut like cheese, but take time to be heat treated. Tool steel will cost a bit more than low carbon steel. Low carbon steel is as machinable, and cheaper, but, again, the baking period is as long or longer than tool steel. There are a lot of materials on the market today that maintain the durability of heatreated steel without having to go thru that process. 4140, ( or chrome/moly) comes to mind. There are also some 400 series stainless that work as well, and others. You need to determine strength, flexibility, ease of mfg, cost and repairability when considering which steel to use.
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:question on shotguns and steel...?
Damascus steel in gunmaking Prior to the early 20th century, all shotgun barrels were forged by heating narrow strips of iron and steel and shaping them around a mandrel.[22][23] This process was referred to as laminating or Damascus and these barrels were found on shotguns that sold for $12.[22][23] These types of barrels earned a reputation for weakness and were never meant to be used with modern smokeless powder, or any kind of moderately powerful explosive.[23] Because of the resemblance to Damascus steel, higher-end barrels were made by Belgian and British gun makers.[22][23] These barrels are proof marked and meant to be used with light pressure loads.[22] Current gun manufacturers such as Caspian Arms make slide assemblies and small parts such as triggers and safeties for Colt M1911 pistols from powdered Swedish steel resulting in a swirling two-toned effect; these parts are often referred to as Stainless Damascus.[24]
Q:Will steel scratch titanium?
Steel is usually harder than titanium, at least when both materials are hear-treated to give their best strengths. And a harder material can scratch a softer one. So I imagine that the answer is that it will scratch. However much of the rest of your question is unclear and it may be that the amount of friction between the two is so small that no wear will take place, so there could be no problem. The function of the polyester cloth may be vital in reducing this friction, so that unless you keep this part of the original design, the scratching will become worse no matter which combination of metals are used.
Q:What are the best kind of steels for a knife?
D2 and O2 steels are nice. They are expensive, but hold an edge extremely well. S30V is nice also. It's a more stain-resistant steel that holds an edge very well. For outdoor hiking/camping knives, it's tough to beat good old 1095 carbon steel. Sure it will rust, but it's tough as nails, not brittle, holds an edge pretty well, and easy to sharpen...and it's pretty cheap. Other steels, AUS8 is an ok cheap steel. It's stain resistant and cheap. AUS6 isn't worth the time or effort. Buck knives does an excellent job of heat treating 420 stainless to become very hard. Their knives are excellent considering 420 stainless is typically soft steel.
Q:Best battle-ready katana steel?
There is no such thing as a battle ready katana... if it is not ready for battle - it is not a katana. Having said that: The hardness of the cutting edge depends on the carbon content the better (in general). 1045 is poor quality steel for sword manufacture. Musashi swords are cheap pieces of crap. 1060 is better. Some manufacturers use modern materials that aren't perhaps consistent with traditional manufacture, like 9260 silicon spring steel or even L6 Bainite. Damascus steel is not a type of steel at all. It is a folding technique that creates a wavy grain in the metal. It may or may not mean that a sword is good. No swords will stand up to contact with other swords. They will inevitably be damaged. The best way to find a quality sword is to ask you instructor. There are no quality swords under a thousand dollars. The answer also depends on what you are going to do with the sword. It may also depend on the style or school of swordsmanship.

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