Hot Rolled Steel Sheet in Coil in Good Quality

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Rolled to its final dimensions while it’s hot enough to scale, our hot-rolled steel is an amalgamation of the various qualities of steel. It can be in the form of plates, sheets and coils. Our Hot-Rolled Steel Sheets and Coils are applied to a wide range of uses such as automobile, electrical appliance, machinery manufacturing, container manufacturing, shipbuilding, bridge, pipeline, and receive high acclaim from our customers for its excellent quality.

Product Description: 

Product:

Hot   Rolled Steel Coils/Sheets

Material:

Q195,Q235,A36,SS400,S235JR,Q345,ST37-2, CCSB etc

Standard   :

JIS   G3002 GB/T251B

Technique:

hot   rolled

Thickness

1.2mm   to 200mm

Tolerance   of thickness:

:+/-0.03mm

Width:

750mm-2000mm

Tolerance   of width:

:+/-5.00mm   (aiming to +/-2.00mm)

Normal   width:

914mm,   1000mm, 1200mm, 1219mm, 1250mm,1500mm

Length:

According   to requirement

Coil   ID:

508mm-610mm

Coil   Weight:

10-25   Metric Tons

Surface:

Black,   Chromate, fingerprint resistant treatment, slight oiled or non-oiled, dry

Port   of Loading:

Tianjin/Shanghai   port

Packaging   Details:

Standard   export packing or according to the clients required

Delivery   Time

Within   30 days after received 30% deposit or workable L/C

Payment   Terms:

L/C,T/T



 

 

 

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Q:strongest steel ever made?
Wootz is laughable. A modern car spring has more tensile strength, not to mention better purity in manufacturing. Alpha B is right. My answer would be NS110. While wootz was the source of the original damascus steel. The manufacturing process was much like many crucible type steels of the past. And they were not used by japanese smiths. A traditional japanese sword was made from the ground up. Smelting the iron laden sand into Tamahagane. Which is a pumice like crude steel. It would be forged, and diamond powder would be applied and hammered into the skin. It would then be folded repeatedly to homogenize the blade. For what you are asking for now. I would say that 1/2 mild steel plate should work nicely.
Q:Do they manufacture steel buckshot?
I know of no one who makes steel buckshot. Probably for several reasons. Steel is much lighter than lead. Penetration depends on energy, which is the weight of the pellet vs. the velocity of the pellet, equated into ft.lbs. Steel pellets have to travel much faster to achieve the same energy as a lead pellet. Steel, being lighter, would lose energy much faster downrange. The weight difference would be like teeing up a golf ball, and striking it with a club, and teeing up a ping pong ball and striking it with a club. The distance in flight would be obvious. Steel also, is much harder than lead, and would be hard on the barrel, and choke. It also would not deform, which would cause ricochets. Steel shot was a handicap for waterfowler's when the USFWS made non toxic shot mandatory. Waterfowl are bottom feeders, and they were eating the spent lead pellets, and dying from lead poisoning. Steel shot cut the effective range of a shotgun from 45 yards to around 35, and resulted in many cripples and lost birds. Environmetal, makes a T size shot which is .20 caliber, and is called Hevi-shot. Lead is heavier than steel, and Hevi-shot is heavier than lead. At the same velocity, you have 12 to 15% more energy than lead. and probably 20% better than steel....Hope this helps
Q:Will lava melt steel?
some lava is hot enough to melt steel. Mostly, though, the metal would react with the lava and get eaten up that way rather than directly melting. Most lava can contain an awful lot of iron and other metals without any difficulty and are rarely saturated with those metals.
Q:AK47 firing through steel?
A very thin layer of steel. I've fired the AK47 at tanks, ofcourse that wouldn't penetrate but it's not going to penetrate anything crazy. It is a strong Assault Rifle don't get me wrong.
Q:What kind of drill bit will go threw steel?
Yes, they'll be marked HSS, High Speed Steel.
Q:Anyone else love the TNA Steel Cage? +BQ?
TNA steel cage is alot more better i agree with you its safe and can see through it just fine on camera.. BQ: i think newer fence type because it does slow down a match and its brutal.. Old blue cage is just a bit too wide that someone can easily jump two or three squares up and finsihed, nah its too quickly finishing a match into that cage.
Q:Purchase Steel - For Construction Purpose?
I'd keep in mind whether your potential supplier is close enough to still give you good service, and provide delivery when you need it. I'd want to contact as many local companies as possible, in order to get competitive bids. Then, I'd pick the lowest cost bids that I felt would still provide the service I needed. Most decisions of this sort, in the end, are based on price.
Q:Can rubbing alcohol help clean stainless steel?
stainless steel comes in several different qualities believe it or not. the real good stainless, like marine grade, will probably never rust. but, there are cheaper types of stainless steel with less nickel in them, and they will pit and or rust over time. Alcohol won't work. I would try wd-40 on it. soak a cloth and rub it to polish. if that doesn't work, try wd-40 and a very fine steel wool, like 000 grade, and buff it with the wd-40.
Q:Do any of you teens out there know what a Steel Guitar is?
Yessir. No, I can only play a piano and Guitar Hero.
Q:Stainless steel vs carbon steel for swords?
You are gonna want carbon steel. Most real swords are always made from carbon steel. The vast majority of cheap swords being sold online are made from stainless steel. While stainless steel is a great choice for knives, it starts becoming very brittle on anything longer than 12” and is NOT a suitable material for a functional sword, no matter what some marketers might claim…. Stainless steel when it comes to a functioning weapon, is a joke. It's not made to cut and it's not made to last.

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