Hot DIP Galvanized Steel Coils Regular 1000mm 1200mm 1250mm

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EN 10147 Structure hot dip galvanized steel coil S250GD+Z, S350GD+Z (SGC340, SS275, SS340)/Custom Deep drawing hot dip galvanized steel coil DX52D+Z, DX53D+Z, S

Galvanized steel is taken cold rolled steel as the base metal, after continuous hot dip galvanizing process, the product produced is an excellent resistance to atmospheric corrosion coating steel coil, as the steel gets coated in layers of zinc and rust won't attach this protective metal; Cold rolled plate by hot-dip galvanizing may extend the service life of 15-20 years.

For countless outdoor, marine, or industrial applications, galvanized steel is an essential fabrication component. Hot dip galvanized steel is used in applications where steel may be exposed to weather, but where stainless steel is too expensive.

Application:
Construction
Manufacture anticorrosion, industrial and civil architecture roof boarding, roof grille
Light industries
Home appliance's case, civil chimney, kitchen utensils
Auto industry
Corrosion resistant parts of cars
Agriculture
Food storage, meat and aquatic products' freezing and processing equipment
Commerce
Equipments to store and transport materials, and packing implements

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EN 10142
EN 10147

DX51D+Z,  DX52D+Z, DX53D+Z
SS250GD+Z,  SS350GD+Z

JIS G3321

SGCC,  SGCD,  SGCDD,  SGC400

 ASTM A792M

CS type C,  CS type B,  DS,  SS250

Base Metal

Cold rolled steel coils  SPCC,  SPCD,  SPCE,  DC01,  DC03,  DC04,  CS,  DS,  DDS,  Q195,  Q250,  Q350

Thickness

0.14mm-3.0mm

Width

600mm-1600mm

Coil ID

508mm,  610mm

Zinc coating

60g/m2-450g/m2

Surface treating

chromium free passivation,  chromium passivation,  fingerprint resistant,  oiled

Spangle types

Minimal spangle,  zero spangle,  regular and big spangle

 

Hot DIP Galvanized Steel Coils Regular 1000mm 1200mm 1250mm

Hot DIP Galvanized Steel Coils Regular 1000mm 1200mm 1250mm

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Q:How does stainless steel soap work?
Many metals have germicidal qualities. Silver is the strongest germicide of the metals, but a sterling silver bar of soap would be expensive and it would tarnish. The tarnish would actually not affect the silver's ability to kill bacteria, but it would look bad and the tarnish would turn your hands black, so people wouldn't want to use it. Many people even take silver internally in the form of Colloidal Silver, but Colloidal Silver is very controversial. Yes, it kills many bacteria, but it can also cause a person's skin to permanently turn blue...a condition called Argyria. Brass actually is a better germicide than stainless steel...but again this is a cosmetic problem. Brass tarnishes, so people wouldn't want to use it. Stainless steel is actually a very weak germicide, but even steel has some ability to kill germs. Stainless steel also removes fish odor. My son has a stainless steel bar that he takes along when he fishes to remove the fish smell from his hands. There's nothing magical about the bar...a stainless steel spatula would would just as well, but the bar is more convenient to carry. I'm not sure if this is scientific enough or not. -
Q:Which is stronger for cars, carbon fiber or steel?
Depends on the design/construction.
Q:Is a aircraft carrier made up mostly of aluminum or steel?
An aircraft carrier is a pretty large hunk of metal. And it's mostly steel... at least its structure and weight bearing surfaces. As I recall, there was quite a bit of aluminum and other light stuff used for cosmetic stuff, like covering on interior bulkheads (walls). But the flight deck is about three football fields of steel... thick steel. Planes landing on an aircraft carrier don't land. They are trapped when their tail hook grabs an arresting cable, and kind of fall out of the sky. When they hit, they need something pretty substantial to break the fall. A carrier displaces an awful lot of water, but, and this is a guess, probably less than 100,000 tons... the one I was on displaced less than 80,000 tons. About 40 feet of it is underwater. Most of its crew live below or very close to the waterline. But there's enough above water to allow for the city that the carrier contains to operate pretty much like any city with a population of about 6,000. It has stores where you can buy almost anything, barbers, a hospital, dentists, doctors, fitness center, theaters, fast food places where you can have a hamburger made to order, restaurants where the food is free, a post office, gas stations, a radio studio and a television studio, newspaper, churches--a chapel as well as other places people can meet to hold religious services, even an airport. I looked at the ship's website. From what little information there is, it looks to be just a few feet larger than the old carrier I was on. If it weighs 500 tons, it has to displace 500 tons. Don't ask me how they do it... unless it was materials used during construction and removed.
Q:How is steel coloured?
Steel can be plated(Chrome),Blackened(Black Oxide),Powder coated(color of your choose).All of this is done to prevent rust.All of these aforementioned processes can be worn off through being used.I suggest polished Stainless steel.
Q:New stainless steel refridguator?
buy stainless steel wipes at the grocery store. they work great.
Q:hard ionized vs stainless steel cookware?
Hard anodized generally refers to aluminum that has had a specific surface treatment. The benefit of aluminum is that it's a better conductor of heat than stainless, so it will heat up faster, depending on thickness. It's also lighter than steel, if that matters to you. As far as stainless steel, it all depends on the quality of the steel and of the construction. Some pots and pans are made from cheap grades of stainless which can suffer from corrosion problems. Though this shouldn't affect the taste of the food, only the appearance of the pan. Companies making bargain products may also skimp on materials by making the metal thinner; this causes hot-spots when cooking, In the case of skillets, thinner materials are more likely to warp over time. Stainless steel is generally stronger and tougher than aluminum- less likely to dent. Thought again, strength also depends on thickness. A good quality stainless pan is hard to beat in terms of durability, these things can last several lifetimes. On the other hand so will a good quality aluminum one.
Q:What metals contain steel?
Metals do not contain steel. Steel is an alloy of purified iron and carbon, and sometimes with other metals, such as nickel, chromium, or molybdenum to make it stainless or to change its hardness or other properties. It's like asking what cereals contain Cheerios. It doesn't really make sense. Other metal alloys contain iron, which is an element and the main ingredient of steel. Maybe you should be asking which metal alloys contain iron? That's more like asking which cereals contain whole grain oats. Now that's a question that can be answered by reading the ingredients labels on your standard boxes of metal alloys :-)
Q:what steel is best for a survival/utility knife?
The very best is Damascus steel or the composite samari blade. Talk to the American Bladesmith Society if you are interested in forging your own or buying a forged blank and making the knife yourself. D2 and other similar tool steels are generally not a good choice because they can not obtain very high hardness but they should be tough (resistant to cracking) if they were heat treated properly. There are more ways to heat treat wrong than there are to heat treat right. Although you say rust is not an issue, 440 stainless steel is commonly used for commercial knives, it does not rust, holds a good edge, and is pretty tough.
Q:Urine dulls too shiny stainless steel?
Stainless steel will rust under proper conditions. I live on a boat on salt water, trust me. If the urine works it won't be prone to rusting any more than before. It's not the shine that inhibits rusting with stainless steel, it the % of carbon in the steel, compared to regular steel. IF the urine works it's because it is acidic (a mild acid). Wash it with a small brush and some baking soda to neutralize the acid when your done. A much stronger acid would be swimming pool acid. (Muriatic acid) but be careful you might test a spot with a Q tip on the back. If you try Muriatic acid it would take seconds.Then wash in baking soda water to remove all acid.. SS
Q:Does steel have a valence?
Steel is a mixture, so it doesn't have any valence number. On the other hand, all of the components of the steel mixture are in their elemental forms, so all the various valences are zero.

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