PPGI Cold Rolled Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils

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Hot dip galvanized steel (HDGI), ZINCALUME STEEL COIL


SGCC,ENG10142, DX51D, ASTM A653








0.2-0.8 mm










>20 um


7 um


100000 TON per year



Applications of Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil:


1) Buildings and constructions: roofing, ceilings, gutters, venting lines, indoor decorations, window frames, etc.

2) Electrical appliances: computer shells, washing machines, refrigerators, dehumidifiers, video recorders, water heaters, etc.

3) Agricultural equipments: troughs, feeding tools, agricultural driers, irrigation channels, etc.

4) Vehicle parts: back-seat plates of buses and trucks, conveying systems, oil tanks, etc.



Coating Chief Feature


ProjectPencil hardnessReverse impactT bendingCupping testMEK cleaning
Front/back≥ H/2H≥ 9J/6J≤ 3T/5T≥ 6mm/4mm≥ 100time/50time



Structure of GI/PPGI


Laminated film



Protecting from scratchs and contamination


Top coat


Polyester Fluorine

Chemical resistance and formability

Primer coat



Workability, corrosion resistance and adhesion to the primer coating

Chemical treatment



Good adhesion and corrosion resistance





Back coat





Corrosion resistance and adhesion to the substrate


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Q:Why is steel denser than wood?
The atoms in steel are more tightly packed. They have a greater mass in a smaller volume than wood. Basically, if you take 100 g of steel and 100 g of wood, the piece of steel will be smaller (less volume) than wood and therefore more dense. Density = Mass/Volume
Q:whats the best steel to make a huge knife?
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Q:Ways to damage steel?
Your best bet would be a grinding wheel attached to a small electric motor. Even if you slipped, your skin is too soft to be cut by the dull wheel. Steel, however, is easily cut. But perhaps you don't have access to electricity or pressurized air to run such a tool. In that case, a simple file would work well, though you'd be somewhat more likely to injure yourself. If you had no tools, but access to whatever chemicals you wanted, you could try a weak acid. This would take a long time, and require constant scrubbing to bring fresh acid into the pits in the metal, but it would eventually eat through the collar.
Q:Cold rolled steel coil steel, what is the difference?
Hot rolling is made of slabs (mainly continuous billets) as raw materials. After heating, strips are made from roughing mills and finishing mills.
Q:is steel is natural content of earth.?
Steel is not elemental, if that's what you mean. It's a metal alloy, a combination of mostly iron and some carbon. Iron and carbon both occur naturally on the Earth, but you have to melt them together to make steel.
Q:Does stainless steel cookware really cause cancer?
The food safety standards for cookware are pretty stringent. Older items may be associated with problems - I know they used to make dishes with uranium-based paint - but food-grade stainless steel is safe.
Q:What were some steel advances in industries? 10 points!?
The single most important important advance in steel production was learning to accurately control carbon content. This was done through the Bessemer Process in which air was blown through molten iron to burn out impurities and excess carbon. Low carbon iron (wrought iron) could be easily worked into shapes. Medium carbon iron could be cast into useful and durable shapes. High carbon steel could be used for structural uses (beams and girders). Adding alloys such as nickel and silicon could produce very tough steels and steels resistant to rust. Adding vanadium to steel engine parts allowed Ford to produce finely machined engines in huge numbers with existing machinery.
Q:where is steel obtained?
Steel comes from iron ore nuggets,only larger kind of like gold..it is melted down ..called smelting..it is iron.
Q:Will steel scratch titanium?
Steel is usually harder than titanium, at least when both materials are hear-treated to give their best strengths. And a harder material can scratch a softer one. So I imagine that the answer is that it will scratch. However much of the rest of your question is unclear and it may be that the amount of friction between the two is so small that no wear will take place, so there could be no problem. The function of the polyester cloth may be vital in reducing this friction, so that unless you keep this part of the original design, the scratching will become worse no matter which combination of metals are used.
Q:what is difference between high carbon steel blade for katana swords?
The guy below me obviously has no idea WTF he's talking about. It does NOT have anything to do with the edge angle at which the blade is sharpened. It does NOT have to do with heat treating. Both of these things are important, but they won't determine the type of steel. I'll try to help. 1095 is one of the best performing steels, against carbon steel or stainless steel, in the world. It's incredibly hard, holds its edge well and comes to a beautiful edge when sharpened correctly. As you know though, carbon steels need to be properly maintained to avoid rust/corrosion. Out of the steels you listed I'll give a brief summary of each steel... -1095 (Great all around steel, but is brittle by comparison to the others. This doesn't mean it will chip easily, but the other steels can take more of a beating. That being said, this is going to take a nicer edge, and hold it longer.) -1080 (A little bit more flexible and less liable to chip than 1095. A good compromise between edge retention/quality and ruggedness. -1065 (Commonly used in machetes and other heavy duty bush tools. Takes a decent utility edge and is highly unlikely to chip) -1060 1045 (Both extremely flexible and soft in comparison to 1095. Unlikely to chip, but it takes a crude edge. This edge will cut, but not like 1095 will.) Go with 1095. My favorite knife I own is in 1095 and serves me well everytime I head off into the woods. Keep some Rem-Oil on that bad boy though.

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