Industrial and Civil Architecture Roof Boarding Color Coated Sheet

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$640.00 / m.t.
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Tianjin
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25 m.t.
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50000 m.t./month

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1.Industrial and Civil Architecture Roof Boarding /color coated sheet Features:

. A strong anti-corrosion properties, good corrosion resistance. The use of hot dipped galvanized steel substrates for the Color Painted steel coil, with the exception of zinc have anti-corrosion layer, a layer of coatings have seized coverage and protection,  allowing effective anti-rust products, galvanized coil about life than double.

. A good cold-formed molding processing, users can directly processed into finished products. Substituting wood to steel, easy to transport, and efficient construction, energy conservation.


 

2.Applications of Industrial and Civil Architecture Roof Boarding /color coated sheet

 

* Used as roof panel, wall panel in steel structure in warehouse, factories exhibition hall container houses, cold storage

*It is also mainly used in light industry, automobile, construction, animal husbandry, fishery and commerce, etc,

Industrial and Civil Architecture Roof Boading Color Coated Sheet


3.Product Introduction information:

PRODUCT

Industrial and Civil Architecture Roof Boading /color coated sheet

STANDARD

GB/T-12754: 2006, JIS330, ASTM A653, JIS G330, GB/T2518, ASTM A792, JIS G3321, JIS G3317

BASE METAL

Hot dipped Galvanized steel sheet/coil, Hot dipped Galvalume steel sheet/coil

EQUIPMENT

Double coating double baking; three coating three painting

SUPPLY CAPACITY

500,000 Tons per Year

SIZE

Thickness: 0.3mm-1.0 mm,thickness tolerance: +/- 0.02mm

Width : 700mm—1250mm

ZINC COATING

30g/m2-150g/m2

PAINT THICKNESS

Top Side: 10-25 microns; Back Side: 4-8 microns

COIL WGT

Normally 5 Tons per Coil, aslo as required by customer

COIL ID

508mm/610mm

SURFACE PAINT

EP, PE, HDP, SMP, PVDF


4.Color Coated Galvalume Steel Coil image:

 

Industrial and Civil Architecture Roof Boading Color Coated Sheet

Industrial and Civil Architecture Roof Boading Color Coated Sheet

Industrial and Civil Architecture Roof Boading Color Coated Sheet



5.FAQ

We have organized several common questions for our clients,may help you sincerely: 

①How about your Warranty?

 Warranty: 1-Year for the whole light. Warranty is based on correct storage, installation, using and maintenanc

②How to guarantee the quality of the products?

We have established the international advanced quality management system,every link from raw material to final product we have strict quality test;We resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At   the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.

③How long can we receive the product after purchase?

In the purchase of product within three working days, We will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The pecific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers.Commonly 7 to 10 working days can be served.

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Q:What is a Steel Dresser?
The steel dresser was a person who would clean the freshly made cast steel pieces at a foundry/ steel factory. Usually when the steel comes out it will have some extra bits and pieces sticking out that need to be removed. The steel is melted and cast into shape so there will be like a little raised line where edges of the mold met or a few blobs sticking out where the hot steel dripped over the edge or something. The dresser was the person who got rid of that kind of stuff to make a more finished/even product.
Q:Steel or Iron? (stupid 20 characters thing)?
steel is harder than iron Iron is a chemical element. It is a strong, hard, heavy gray metal. It is found in meteorites. Iron is also found combined in many mineral compounds in the earth's crust. Iron rusts easily and can be magnetized and is strongly attracted to magnets. It is used to make many things such as gates and railings. Iron is also used to make steel, an even harder and tougher metal compound. Steel is formed by treating molten (melted) iron with intense heat and mixing it (alloying) with carbon. Steel is used to make machines, cars, tools, knives, and many other things.
Q:Why is brass ammo considered superior to steel cased ammo?
Brass is slightly softer than annealed steel. Both can be reloaded, once or maybe even twice. But STEEL has a tendency to WORK HARDEN, becoming brittle. Which is why it's used for tools and other applications where work hardening is a plus. It's actually designed to do that. Brass does not work harden, because it is a different sort of metal. That's the main reason.
Q:What is the difference between LTCS and Carbon steel?
Low Temperature Carbon Steel
Q:steel shafted fairway woods...?
If your club has a graphite shaft in it and you want to switch to steel an option is to get a dynamic gold lite shaft. The other option is to make sure you trim the shaft to the 42 length with the gold shaft to lighten up the swing weight. You can get away with about 42 3/4 with the lite shaft. I have found steel to be very consistent in my fairway woods and don't think I'll ever go back to graphite. I have mine cut to 42 1/2 for the 3 wood and 41 1/2 for the 5 wood with Dynamic gold s300 and they're fine.
Q:How can I tell the difference between different knife steels?
So what does all that mean in the real world of knives. 420 has very low carbon by blade standards, as such it is just junk steel. There are three grades of 440, A, B and C. The amount of carbon in A is about half of what C has. (carbon is what makes steel get hard). Iron is very much like a sponge in that it can absorb and hold different alloys. These alloys give the iron different attributes, and they can magnify each other. Like a sponge iron can only hold so much, for Chromium it is around 13%. At that point the steel becomes stainless. The drawback is a loss of strength. As a bladesmith my knives are generally 59 to 60 rch, 420 and 440 at its hardest is 59 but at that it is brittle so most makers draw it down to around 57. In my test a knife made of 420 couldn't make 5 slicing cuts through rope (most couldn't make one). 440 averaged between 5 and 10. Compared to the lowest grade of carbon steel I use (5160) which average between 25 to 30 on the same rope. I have tested many stainless blades and the rule always the same, the more chromium past 13% the weaker the blade and the less edge holding ability.
Q:best folding pocket knife or best steel for them?
We hear it all the time and to be honest, it’s really, really hard to simply tell you what the ultimate pocket knife is. That’s because there are so many different knives on the market today and each one is suited to a different user and application. Of course there is a bunch of crap out there which we will endeavor to ensure you steer clear of but even after weeding those out you’re left with literally hundreds of choices from top quality manufacturers.
Q:Forge Steel Tools!How Good?
I answer 2 questions a week from people wondering if so-and-so brand make good tools. Listen I am a Professional Contractor, and I will tell u my guys and I hammer the **** out of them. I follow 1 simple rule when buying tools- buy the best u can afford always. In the case of screwdrivers, wrenches, handtools.....buy craftsman. Spend a little more now and save lots later. The collection u are adding to will thank you.
Q:Science Question About Steel?
Carbon 'tempers' steel, by making it harder and less prone to bending (ductility). It fits the carbon atoms into the spaces in between the crystal lattice structure of the iron atoms. Too much carbon means the steel becomes more brittle, harder to weld and thus more likely to shatter under stresses which are perpendicular (shear forces) to the crystal structure of the molecules. It also is very difficult to work, requiring very high temperatures.
Q:What kind of steel alloy have the strongest attraction for magnets?
Magnetic okorder.com/ Thus, copper, gold, silver, iron are metals but not alloys if not combined with other elements.

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