PPGI Color Coated Steel Coil for outdoor roof

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commodityColor-coated Galvanized Steel Coil      (PPGI/ PPGL)
Techinical Standard:      JIS G3302-1998,       EN10142/10137, ASTM A653
gradeTSGCC, TDX51D  /    TDX52D  / TS250, 280GD
Types:    For general  /    drawing    use 
Thickness0.14-1.0mm(0.16-0.8mm is the most advantage thickness))
Width  Width: 610/724/820/914/1000/1200/1219/1220/1250mm
Type of  coating:    PE, SMP, PVDF
Zinc coating  Z60-150g/m2  or AZ40-100g/m2
Top painting:  5 mic. Primer + 15 mc. R. M. P.        
Back painting:  5-7 mic. EP
Color:According to RAL standard
ID coil508mm / 610mm
Coil weight:3--5MT
Package:        Properly packed for ocean freight exportation  in 20' ' containers
Application:Industrial panels, roofing and siding for painting /  automobile
Price termsFOB, CFR, CIF
Payment terms20%TT in advance+80% TT or irrevocable 80%L/C at sight
delivery time25 days after recepit of 20% TT
RemarksInsurance is all risks
MTC 3.1  will be handed on with shipping documents
We accept SGS certificatation test

  

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Q:which companies are first hand's sellers of the steel, in the world?
Here are the top 30 steel producing companies in the world, listed by the megaton output: 1. 63.0 Mton Mittal Steel Company NV (Global) [2] 2. 46.7 Mton Arcelor (Europe) [3] 3. 32.0 Mton Nippon Steel (Japan) [4] 4. 30.5 Mton POSCO (South Korea) [5] 5. 29.9 Mton JFE (Japan) [6] 6. 23.8 Mton Shanghai Baosteel Group Corporation (China) 7. 19.3 Mton United States Steel Corporation (United States) 8. 18.4 Mton Nucor Corporation (United States) 9. 18.2 Mton Corus Group (Europe) [7] 10. 17.5 Mton Riva Group (Europe) [8] 11. 16.5 Mton ThyssenKrupp (Europe) [9] 12. 16.1 Mton Tangshan (China) 13. 13.9 Mton EvrazHolding (Russia) 14. 13.7 Mton Gerdau (Brazil) 15. 13.6 Mton Severstal (Russia) 16. 13.5 Mton Sumitomo Metal Industries (Japan) 17. 13.4 Mton SAIL (India) 18. 12.0 Mton Wuhan Iron and Steel (China) 19. 11.9 Mton Anshan (China) 20. 11.4 Mton Magnitogorsk (Russia) 21. 10.5 Mton Jiangsu Shagang (China) 22. 10.5 Mton Shougang (China) 23. 10.4 Mton Jinan (China) 24. 10.3 Mton Laiwu (China) 25. 10.3 Mton China Steel (Taiwan) [10] 26. 9.6 Mton Maanshan 27. 9.4 Mton Imidro 28. 8.7 Mton Techint 29. 8.7 Mton Usiminas (Brazil) 30. 8.5 Mton Novolipetsk (Russia)
Q:Best affordable steel combat knife?
DAGS for combat knife
Q:why use brass sell casings? why not steel?
Brass has a natural lubricity that makes easier to extract after firing. It also can easily be resized for reloading. Steel offers neither of these properties. It cannot be reloaded so is good for only one single use. Brass has simply shown, by virtue of its metallic characteristics, to be the best choice for manufacturing cartridges.
Q:Why not use stainless steel to make coins?
Stainless steel has been used by some countries to make coins, but it's not an ideal metal. When a coin is struck, a die comes down and strikes the blank with many tons of force (the blank is also sitting on top of another die--one has the image on the obverse (front) of the coin, while the other die has the image of the reverse of the coin). When the die strikes the blank, the force causes the metal in the blank to flow into the recesses of the die. The problem with stainless steel is that it doesn't want to flow into the die. To get an image, either the relief (how high the raised portion of the design will be) has to be very low, and the coin has to have a simple design, or they have to greatly increase the pressure of the strike. This slows the coining press down, and greatly shortens the life of the dies.
Q:Are a guys balls really made out of steel?
Yes, sometimes the steel is hot, and sometimes it is cold. The important thing is that both of you know what you are talking about and focus to the specific thing. If the steel ball is hot all the times, then it is the time to pack your things and to consider to find another balls. Conclusion: your guys balls are not made of *real* steels. Hope it is helpful. PS. If you lick steels, it has metallic taste.
Q:which is heavier: concrete or steel?
Steel is heavier than concrete for the same volume, however steel buildings are generally lighter. This is because steel buildings utilize high strength of steel, so volume of steel in steel buildings is much smaller than volume of concrete in concrete buildings. In another words in steel buildings much less volume of material is needed for the same strength compared to concrete buildings.
Q:What type of metal is T10 tool steel?
Carbon Tool Steel usually in the form of forged bar stock. Steel Grades for tool steel can be any of the following (depending on the application) T10/1.1645 SK3/SK4/W1A-91/2/ TC105/y10/1880/BW1B T10A/1.1545/y10A/1880 Standards are published by: DIN, JIS, ASTM, AISI, BS, SS, ISO, TOCT, GB Doug
Q:Site that tells the history of Stainless Steel dining Utensils?
The booklet 100 years of WMF (WMF: Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik / Wurttemberg Metal Ware Factory) includes the patent application (or better: trade mark application) for stainless Cromargan Steel for the production of cutlery in 1926. Cromargan was the company's fantasy name for stainless Krupp V2A steel. Page 86 (unfortunately WMF is a German company, the booklet therefore is in German). Has nice pictures anyways. Appendix: I found the text (a bit cut however) in English language (without images and booklet, just HTML). See below.
Q:8cr13mov steel thoughts?
8Cr13MoV is a decent blade steel...not a great steel, but about as good as you will generally find without paying much higher prices. It's used by a number of well known knife makers... It's basically equivalent to AUS-8 and will work and hold an edge reasonably well for most basic cutting chores. *************************************** From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: 8Cr13MoV, a Chinese stainless steel tempered at the Rc56 to Rc58 range and used in the Tenacious, Persistence, Ambitious, Resilience, Grasshopper, Kiwi3 and Byrd lines of knives. Often compared to AUS-8, but with slightly more Carbon.
Q:Safety of steel-capped boots?
In all my experience as a farrier steel toes have neither helped nor caused any problem. I would be a vary rare case that the horse would be able to collapse the steel and with that much force the steel bending would be the last of your problems because your foot would have been completely destroyed without it. I agree with being alert a nd trying to get your feet out of the way. The few times i've been hurt the horse has chopped down toe first on the arch of my foot high above where there steel is any way. I've oddly enough never had a problem with getting my toes stepped on it really doen't seem to hurt if they land flat footed.

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