Hot Rolled&Cold Rolled Galvanized Steel Coil

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Standard: ASTM,GB,DIN,JIS Technique: Hot Rolled,Cold Rolled Shape: Round
Surface Treatment: Galvanized,Oiled,Dry Steel Grade: Q195,Q215,Q235 Certification: ISO,SGS,BV,CE
Thickness: 1.8mm-16mm Width: 1000mm-1600mm Length: according to weight
Outer Diameter: according to weight Net Weight: 20mt Packaging: Standard Export Packing

Product Description:

Product Description

Thickness: 0.16mm-1.20mm 

Coil width:600mm-1250mm 

Coil weight: 3.0-6.0MT 

Surface finish : 60-120g/m2 zinc coating and any Ral code the customers requirment! 

Spangle:  Big Spangle,Small Spangle,Regular Spangle,Zero Spangle. 

Steel grades: Q195-Q345,GR.A,GR.B, SPCC,SPHC,DX51D, ECT. 

Standard: JIS G3302, JIS G3313, ASTM A653, GB/T2518-88, GB11253-89,ASTM A1008-2000,BS,ETC. 

Packing: wrapped by plastic film and waterproof paper, and then fastened on wooden pallet. 

Used in building material field,Pipe making, furniture making,others 

Minimum order quantity : 25 tons 

Delivery times : 20 days after received T/T or L/C 

Payment terms : T/T or L/C ( or as your demand) 

Supply abilty : 6,000 ton per month


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Hot Rolled&Cold Rolled Galvanized Steel Coil


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Size

(0.13mm-5.0mm )*(600mm-1500mm)*coil

Steel Grade

JIS G3302 SGCC~SGC570,SGCH(FULL HARD-G550),SGHC~SGH540

EN 10346-DX51D+Z,DX53D+Z, S250GD~S550GD

ASTM A653M CS-B, SS255~SS550

Coil Weight

3MT-14MT

Coil ID

508mm/610mm

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

Capacity

1,500,000MT/year



 


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Q:what came first the steel smelter/furnace or the steel used to make it?
originally steel was made by hand- by hammering an iron ingot (easily obtained from turf iron), heating it in coal (allows the carbon to penetrate the iron) then folding it and hammering it again- several hundred times. with each such procedure the iron absorbs more carbon and becomes steel of course steel smelters made this process simpler- but then you can't get damascene steel out of a smelter... the island civilisations could make smelters out of clay. But finding clay or iron ore on a coral island would be a forlorn task
Q:is a 1962 steel penny worth anything?
Is this an american penny? If it is, it is copper. They only made steel pennies in 1943. Someone claims they have seen a rare 1944, but who really knows? A 1962 will be worth a penny unless it is part of a mint or proof set. During WW II, all 1943 U.S. cents were struck in zinc-finished steel instead of copper. The copper saved from this one-year issue was used in the war effort, mainly in the manufacture of shell casings. Most of the so calledsteelies were minted in Philadelphia, but some steel pennies were struck in Denver, and San Francisco. Edit Brandi: If it is steel it will stick to a magnet. It truly sounds like you have a discolored penny. This can happen with exposure to different chemicals and even machine washing. The D means that it was minted in Denver You can view a lot of different coin collection samples on OKorder. The values are consistent with expert numismatic pricing. I strongly feel you have a 1962 copper penny.
Q:mild steel?
i thnk 7.85 the density of ms is 7.85 kg/cm2 and formula is density=mass/volume u have volume=1m3 7.85*1=mass so 7.85 kg
Q:Question about building buildings with a steel frame.?
The steel is all custom fabricated in what are called structural steel fabrication shops. Each Building is designed by architects then the frame is designed by engineers to support whatever load is being applied to the building. After the engineering is done it goes out for a bid package where a fab shop estimates how much to charge for the fabrication of the steel and the erection of the steel. Once a company wins the bid, it then has to design how the steel will connect with one another and have it approved by an engineering firm to assure the connections are strong enough. Once all of that happens the fab shop orders raw steel beams and angle iron and steel plate at stock lengths. Beams are then cut into the right length and holes drilled in the proper places. The beam is then marked with a number that tells the erectors where it goes. The steel is then shipped out in batches to the construction site where it is unloaded and shook out into an organized place to grab them with a crane. They are then put together like a toy model, there are instructions that say what beam goes where and what size bolt to use. The welding you see being done is on really critical moments that need extra strength. That is about how it goes in a nutshell. It is a bit more complicated than that but it gives you an idea.
Q:Galvanised Steel Questions?
Dear HC, You have a great military box and a cool conversation piece. Take a vacuum and clean the dust. Take some 0000 steel wool and use on the steel parts. This will take some elbow grease! If this doesn't work try some 320 grit sand paper. lightly sand the wood and brush polyurethane on everything . The box doesn't pose any health problems. Also you might find that the box will bring a pretty good price if you decide to sell. Good luck. Sniper
Q:Question for carbon steel ?
None. Mn is a trace impurity in all steels, if you look carefully enough. If you want to find a steel where Mn is not intentionally added, start looking at the alloy composition specifications, there are hundreds of steels. Why are you worried about Mn? Mn is typically added to steels for a very good reason.
Q:What minerals are stronger then steel?
Mineral ≠ metal Strong ≠ hard Even after you learn what the words mean, the only straight answer is still Look and see.
Q:What is harder Gold or steel?
steel. it's used to support skyscrapers lol. gold can be molded easily into jewelry. although both gold and steel are both malleable, steel is harder to shape.
Q:Steel reinforced armor.?
I don't think that would work. First off, there's not enough carbon in steel - even very high carbon steels are only about 2% carbon. Second, the iron atoms in steel form a crystal lattice, in the shape of a cube, with another iron atom in the middle of the cube. Each cube is about 0.3 nm per side. Carbon atoms work their way into the crystals and displace the iron atoms. But a carbon nanotube is around 1 nanometer in diameter - that's 3 times as big as the iron lattice! So a nanotube wouldn't fit. One thing you might do, however, is make a composite - mix the materials together on a scale a little bigger than the atomic scale that the iron and carbon mix to make steel. Just like a carbon fiber bicycle frame or ski pole is strands of carbon (much bigger and not as strong as nanotubes) held together with epoxy, you could hold nanotube strands together with metal. Not sure it would be good for armor, but if you can figure out a way to do it, I'm sure someone will come up with a use for it!
Q:Galvanized Steel??
I've welded galvanized steel before and the fumes were not nice. He should be okay, but stay in a ventilated place with a fan blowing fresh air on his face and try brushing some of the coating off with a wire brush before welding.

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