Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Sheet in Coil Z100

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Standard:
ASTM,BS,DIN,JIS
Grade:
CS-B,SS255-SS550
Thickness:
0.13-4.0mm
Place of Origin:
Hebei China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
HBIS tangsteel;zhongguan,WISCO
Model Number:
simco13
Type:
Steel Plate
Technique:
Cold Rolled
Surface Treatment:
Galvanized
Application:
roofing,home appliances
Special Use:
High-strength Steel Plate
Width:
600-1524mm
Length:
1000-4000MM
Coil Weight:
4-8MT
Chemical Treatment:
Chromated(Cr 3+,6+,0+)
Surface:
Skin pass/non skin pass
Oil:
Slight Oiled/Dry
Spangle:
Regular/Zero/Big
Zinc Coating:
Z40-Z300

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:export standard: plastic film +water proof paper + steel plate+ packing steel strip
Delivery Detail:about 25 days after a firm order

Specifications

Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Sheet in Coil
MOQ: 50MT/size and 100MT/order
Payment term: LC/TT
FOB ST Tianjin: 800/mt

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Q:What kind of steel alloy have the strongest attraction for magnets?
the more the iron the more ferrous it is which means magnets stick better the best would be using iron alloy (mainly iron) but you could also use really any type of steel (almost all alloys contain iron)
Q:Why was molton steel found at ground zero?
Aircraft frames are made out of aluminum and magnesium which burn very hot once they reach flame point. The other 1000 degrees can come from fire being in a a semi confined space, and heat building over time, plus you can reduce the heat if you add pressure which the building was under to start with. I did like a 2 year stint testing construction materials, I know a little bit about how they behave.
Q:how to tell the difference between steel and nylon strings?
you do NOT want to put steel strings on a nylon string guitar, it will ruin it. It does get a little confusing. With steel strings, all 6 strings are metal. (usually steel, but not always, nickel, copper may be used too) And they use a steel core. with nylon strings, the high 3 strings, are obviously nylon/plastic. the 3 bass strings look metal, but they have a silk type core, with metal wrapped around it. The steel strings have a LOT more tension,, they can break the plastic tuners, beak the nut, pull the top up, and pull the bridge off, If you're not sure yet, have a real music store explain it, not a toy store, or costco or walmart.
Q:Do they manufacture steel buckshot?
Steel shot is used for hunting migratory waterfoul. Since buckshot is inappropriate for waterfoul hunting , it is not manufactured. Steel is less dense than lead and for the purposes for which buckshot is appropriate, lead is permissable and is more efective. There is no need for steel buckshot.
Q:what is the advantages in using mild steel as raw material in an experimental machining?
It's cheaper than alloyed steels.
Q:Aluminum vs Steel motorcycle gas tank?
Aluminum Motorcycle Gas Tank
Q:Steel or Nylon strings for my guitar?
That's not an option Guitars are designed for either nylon or steel strings. They aren't interchangeable. Putting steel strings on a guitar designed for nylon strings WILL destroy the guitar. If you've already picked out the guitar you want, then you've already made your decision about nylon or steel.
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:What is stainless steel 316, and what are its properties?
For machined aspects 416 cautioned. For welded aspects 316 is cautioned. besides the shown fact that 316 supplies a greater advantageous corrosion resistance. oftentimes the only benefit for 416 is machinability others than that 316 is greater advantageous
Q:When was steel first used in buildings?
steel was first used in the 1800s in buildings.

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