Pre-painted Galvanized/ Aluzinc Steel Sheet Coil with Prime Quality and Lowest Price

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1.Structure of Pre-painted Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil Description

after pretreatment (degrease and chemical treatment) and liquid dope with several layers of color, then after firing and cooling, finally the plate steel is called pre-painted galvanized (aluzinc) steel. Pre-painted galvanized steel is good capable of decoration, molding, corrosion resistance.

 

 2.Main Features of the Pre-painted Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil

 Excellent corrosion resistance

 Excellent weather resistance

 Capability of decoration, molding, corrosion resistance

 Workability, durability 

 Excellent heat resistance performance

 High strength

 

3.Pre-painted Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil Images

 

 

 

 

 Pre-painted Galvanized/ Aluzinc  Steel  Sheet Coil  with Prime Quality and Lowest Price

4.Pre-painted Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil Specification

Quality standar: JIS G3312 CGCC & CGLCC
Thickness : 0.14-1.20 mm
Width : 914mm, 1000mm, 1220mm and 1250mm, thickness 600-1250mm is available
Finish by coil or sheet: Both sheet and coil are available
8Zinc coating: 60-275G/M2, both sides
Paint thickness for top side : 5 micron primer + (10-20) microns modified polyester, any RAL color code.
Paint thickness for back side: (5-10) microns Epoxy
Hardness of P: Both soft and hard quality are available

Surface finish: with or without protect film
Weight per coil: 4-6 tons, also can be upon customer's requirements

Max loading weight in one 20ft container : 25 tons generally

 

5. FAQ of Pre-painted Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil

We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely 

 

1. What is the minimum order quantity ?  

Our MOQ is 50mt for each size. 

 

2. How long can we receive the product after purchase?

We will arrange the factory manufacturing as soon as possible. The cargo readiness usually takes 15-25 days, but the shipment will depend on the vessel situation.

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Q:Why is steel denser than wood?
Steel is made up mostly of iron with a very small amount of carbon added. Iron is a metallic element with a high atomic number which means it's molecules contain lots of particles and consequently it is relatively heavy, or dense. Wood on the other hand is made up mostly of carbon which is a non-metallic element with a lower atomic number and fewer particles in each molecule, and consequently it is a lot lighter or less dense than steel.
Q:What is better acoustic nylon guitar or steel stringed?
Depends on what kind of music you want to play. Nylon string guitars are used for classical music, and sometimes for jazz, occasionally for folk music. Steel string acoustic guitars are used for almost everything else -- rock, pop, country, bluegrass, folk, blues, jazz, you-name-it. Some people will tell you that beginners should start on nylon strings because they're supposed to be softer on your fingertips but unless you plan to continue playing classical or jazz or folk on your nylon string guitar for some time to come, you're wasting your money. If you want to play rock, pop, country or almost anything else, get a steel string guitar, put light-gauge steel strings on it. Your fingertips are going to be sore for the first few weeks no matter what kind of strings you have on your guitar -- you might as well start off on a guitar that will have the sound you want for the kind of music you actually want to play. Nylon string guitars also have wider necks and fingerboards than steel string guitars, so if you have smaller hands, a steel string guitar will probably be more comfortable for you to play. Hope this helps.
Q:How to bend stainless steel?
We are regular buyers of such bends.
Q:Site that tells the history of Stainless Steel dining Utensils?
The development of 18/10 stainless steel was the brainchild of Harry Brearley who, in 1913, was working on a project to prevent rifle barrels from corroding so much during use. His analysis of the rifle barrels involved having to dissolve them in acid but, by chance, he noticed that steel which had a high chromium content did not dissolve in the acid. He experimented with varying proportions of chromium and finally produced a stainless steel with 12.8% chromium. He moved to Thos Firth Sons in 1914 and commercial production of stainless steel cutlery began. Refinements were necessary because early versions of stainless steel knives were harder to produce and polish, and they would not cut as well as the existing knives.
Q:How do we use steel ?
Strength of metals is normally measured by the tensile strength as the main measure although this is not the only property as hardness is another big factor. Basically, iron is soft and steel is hard. Plain iron is stretchy and does not corrode quickly, whereas steel is much stiffer and corrodes more quickly. The tensile strength of cold worked iron is about half that of an average steel, likewise the hardness is about half that of steel too. Pure iron, which is rarely used, is even weaker and softer again and a bit more like softer materials like copper and aluminium. Where confusion comes in is that there is another iron - Cast Iron - which is totally different to both iron and steel. Cast iron is very hard and tough but incredibly brittle so its properties are very different.
Q:BB gun lead vs steel.?
steel is made of iron mainly (and carbon) its density is 7.86 g/cm³ approximately. and lead has density=11.4 g/cm³. so, if have same volume and shape steel will have less mass and thus will have greater velocity for same muzzle energy. I agree the manual. for more information on ricochet
Q:Steel - Building Purpose!!!!?
Steel is used over most other metals due to its desireable properties for buildings. To name a few: strength, hardness, ductility, conductivity, flexability, weight, ability to shape/mold, non-combustability, weather resistance and cost Many other metals have the same properties, only on different scales. For instance, copper may be an excellent conductor, howwever it's expensive and not very weather resistant. Aluminum may be flexible, moldable, but not very strong. The list goes on and on..
Q:keeping a stainless steel stove clean and shiney?
I have a combo of black and stainless in my kitchen; not sure which one is worse some days. For normal everyday stuff, hot, soapy (Dawn), clean dishwater and a microfiber cloth work great. For quick touch ups, a 50/50 mixture of window cleaner and rubbing alcohol also works great. The window cleaner gets the grease and the alcohol helps with streaks and makes the cleaner germ killing. Use with a microfiber cloth. For really nasty burned on stuff, I'd use a sponge with a non-stick cookware safe nylon scrub pad on it and some of the hot, soapy water. Just lay the damp sponge on the spot, let it soak a bit and see if it comes off. If not, try a little Barkeeper's Friend. Dampen, sprinkle, smear it around a little and let it soak for about 10 minutes. Then scrub with the sponge. Wipe up the residue with the microfiber cloth. The microfiber cloths are really key; they wipe more efficiently than any sponge, wipe, paper towel, dish rag. Get several and change them out frequently. You just wash and dry them; no fabric softener and you're ready to use them again. And it wouldn't hurt to keep a protective coat of a good stainless steel product on there either. That helps keep the stuff from getting such a good hold. But I've found that most of those are pretty bad at cleaning; so clean it first, then polish.
Q:So i got caught steeling?
Steeling? What's that? Did you take a piece of steel and weld it? I am confused?
Q:Steel navel rings! what to do!?
Surgical stainless steel 316LVM is good, 316L is nowhere near in quality. Its very unusual for someone to have a reaction to surgical steel. Avoid plain stainless steel. Titanium is better, tougher and lighter. And contains less nickel than surgical steel, pretty close to nothing. Its pretty much impossible to be allergic to good quality titanium. Niobium contains no nickel, but only comes as CBRs, and is pretty expensive and unusual. Silver and gold should be avoid in piercings. They have to mix it with so much other junk so that its strong enough, really high nickel content.

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