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AZ60 (60G/㎡), Regular Spangle, Anti-Finger Print
                                                                                                      FOB CY SHANGHAI (USD/MT)
WEIGHT                WIDTH OF ROLL                     THICKNESS
-       75 ton                        122 cm                              0.58mm                    710
-       25 ton                        120 cm                              0.58mm                    715
-       50 ton                        89 cm                                1 mm                        725
-       25 ton                        100 cm                              1 mm                        695
COIL ID: 508MM
COIL WEIGHT: ABOUT 5MTS
PAYMENT: 30% T/T DOWNPAYMENT AND BALANCE AGAINST INVOICE & PACKING LIST OR 100% LC AT SIGHT
CARGO READINESS: 35 DAYS AFTER T/T DOWNPAYMENT OR LC ISSUING DATE
SHIPMENT: BY 20’GP CONTAINER


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To add to this, Screw-In tubes in older guns can make removal a challenge. I destroyed a FULL lead tube removing it for a friend from his NOVA.
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buildings bridges automobiles elevators railroads and railroad equipment appliances and many many more. Steel is used almost everywhere. reference: Iron and steel are used widely in the construction of roads, railways, infrastructure, and buildings. Most large modern structures, such as stadiums and skyscrapers, bridges, and airports, are supported by a steel skeleton. Even those with a concrete structure will employ steel for reinforcing. In addition to widespread use in major appliances and cars (Despite growth in usage of aluminium, it is still the main material for car bodies.), steel is used in a variety of other construction-related applications, such as bolts, nails, and screws.[66] Other common applications include shipbuilding, pipeline transport, mining, offshore construction, pipeline transport, aerospace, white goods (e.g. washing machines), heavy equipment (e.g. bulldozers), office furniture, steel wool, tools, and armour in the form of personal vests or vehicle armour (better known as rolled homogeneous armour in this role). .
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Some steel won't 'harden' very much to begin with. Mild steel found commonly around the shop/farm/house has few alloys other than carbon, and may not get the desired hardness no matter what you do. A quick test to see what type you have (mild steel vs. alloy) is to touch it to a grinding wheel.
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The bullet needs to be a bit malleable to conform to the grooves in the barrel. In an American .30 gun a .308 bullet is forced out of the gun it has to conform to the .30 bore and .308 grooves to form a tight seal. That's why lead and copper are the primary materials of the bullet. A steel bullet in a steel bore would potentially produce a pipe bomb or at least do significant damage to the bore. Also, the weight of bullets are optimized for their application with the current materials. There is no need or desire to reduce the mass of the bullet. Simply reducing mass for increased velocity can effect the terminal ballistics in all kinds of ways, but you cannot assume that damage will be higher for a variety of reasons. If nothing else the fact that the military has INCREASED the 5.56x45mm from 55gr to 62gr should be enough to doubt your claim. Also steel is about 70% the density of lead, so there would not be a major savings in mass, but aluminum is only 25% the density and it is much closer to the hardness of lead. If you really wanted a light bullet, the aluminum may be the way to go.
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I think it might be a bit brittle and could break from metal fatigue.
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It is not clear from the question whether the recycled steel is used in its existing state or used as raw material for further fabrication. For the existing steel, you need to track down the original documents such as the ladle analysis and mill certificates certifying the material standards for which the steel was fabricated. Another alternative is take samples and conduct chemical and mechanical tests on the steel. Also the date of when the structure was built from which the steel is recycled may help indicate whether it is (American Society for Testing and Materials) Standard ASTM A7 or ASTM A36 or another type of steel. In most cases, the steel is used as raw material to make new steel. The mill will adjust the additives to produce steel with the required chemical and physical properties to meet the ASTM standards specified.
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Steel is manufactured to different specs. To match the needs of its intended end use .Tensel strength,Hardness, Corosion resistance etc. The chemical make up will change to suit.
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The temperature varies with the type of low carbon steel and how it is heat treated. Common structural steel actually have a transition temperature as defined by Charpy impact tests to be in the 50 degree range. Most low carbon steel pipe such as ASTM A53, A106 and pressure vessel plate such as A212, a515 also have 50 degree range Charpy test results. If you look at materials with fine grain such A516 plate, A300 pipe and similar materials then the transition temperature drops to around -50 degrees. The thing to remember is in addition to the transition temperature you also have to have the material at a high stress level, a stress riser such as a notch and then the sudden application of additional stress to get an actual brittle fracture failure. That is why bridges make from common structural steel don't fail at temperatures as low as -40 degrees.
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In okorder.com/... The appliances that are not made of stainless steel are made of a mild steel which is then finished with a durable enameled finish, in colors even. Stainless steel appliances look very nice in the showroom, but it is no fun trying to keep them fingerprint and handprint free. If you have ever owned a toaster that was made from stainless steel then you know how much fun it would be to have to keep a whole refrigerator fingerprint free, The oils transferred from the skin leave very distinct smears on stainless surfaces.

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