Pre-painted Galvanized Steel Coil-EN10169-WOODEN10

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Pre-painted Galvanized Steel Coils/ PPGI/GI

I Specifications:

1.Thickness:0.16-2.0mm
2.Width:600-
1500mm

3.Material: SGCC,SGCD,SECC,SECD,DX51D+Z
4.Zinc coating:
40-275G/M2

5.Surface Structure:  galvanized ,zero spangle, regular spangle or normal spangle

6.Surface treatment:  chromated and oiled, chromated and non-oiled

7.Color:all RAL series

II Main characteristics :

1.strong corrosion resistance

2.surface quality

3.conducive to deep processing,such as the embossed PPGI,printed PPGI&punching PPGI

4.economy and practicality

III Applications:

Household Appliance:

1.Refrigerator shutter &side panels,  Washer,  Freezers, Air conditions,
2.Rice Cooker, Microwave Ovens,  Water Heaters, Sterilization Cabinets, Range Hoods
3.Computer Panels , DVD/DVB  panels, TV back panel etc.

Teaching Board: whiteboard, blackboard, green board(chalk board).

Indoor Decoration: Fireproof Door, kitchen cabinet, wall decoration.

Shipping Industries: Ship, Fecht, Marine.


Elevator/Medical Equipment/Rubbish Bin.

Thickness:0.17mm-0.8mm
Width:600mm-1250mm

Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil


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Q:how strong is 440 stainless steel?
Type 440—a higher grade of cutlery steel, with more carbon in it, which allows for much better edge retention when the steel is heat treated properly. It can be hardened to Rockwell 58 hardness, making it one of the hardest stainless steels. Also known as razor blade steel. Available in three grades 440A, 440B, 440C (more common) and 440F (free machinable).
Q:WHAT IS CR-NI STEEL ?
chromium nickle steel aka stainless steel exact amount of chrome and nickle will determine type/grade numbers Check the google for steel type/grade Never head of aircraft grade, however,, there is marine grade - normally baltic birch with waterproof glue and no defects i.e. knots, etc. Very strong (also quite expensive) but worth it for the correct applications
Q:hard ionized vs stainless steel cookware?
Hard anodized generally refers to aluminum that has had a specific surface treatment. The benefit of aluminum is that it's a better conductor of heat than stainless, so it will heat up faster, depending on thickness. It's also lighter than steel, if that matters to you. As far as stainless steel, it all depends on the quality of the steel and of the construction. Some pots and pans are made from cheap grades of stainless which can suffer from corrosion problems. Though this shouldn't affect the taste of the food, only the appearance of the pan. Companies making bargain products may also skimp on materials by making the metal thinner; this causes hot-spots when cooking, In the case of skillets, thinner materials are more likely to warp over time. Stainless steel is generally stronger and tougher than aluminum- less likely to dent. Thought again, strength also depends on thickness. A good quality stainless pan is hard to beat in terms of durability, these things can last several lifetimes. On the other hand so will a good quality aluminum one.
Q:What are the characteristic of CORTON STEEL?
*It is Corten steel.Grade A B. *Weathering steel, best-known under the trademark COR-TEN steel, is a group of steel alloys which were developed to obviate the need for painting, and form a stable rust-like appearance if exposed to the weather for several years. United States Steel Corporation (USS) holds the registered trademark on the name COR-TEN. Although USS sold its discrete plate business to International Steel Group (now Arcelor-Mittal) in 2003, it still sells COR-TEN branded material in strip-mill plate and sheet forms. In some areas it may be known without the hyphen as Corten steel. The original COR-TEN received the standard designation A242 (COR-TEN A) from the ASTM International standards group. Newer ASTM grades are A588 (COR-TEN B) and A606 for thin sheet. All alloys are in common production and use. It is a weather-resistant steel which is used in containers and hot flue gas line. The American Corten A Steel has a composition of C, 0.12; Si, 0.5; Cu, 0.5; Cr, 0.8; P, 0.1 and Mn, 0.5%. Although the tensile strength is less than 494 MPa the yield is in the region of 371 MPa. The combination of copper and phosphorus also increases the resistance to atmospheric corrosion which is important when thinner plates are used. The original steel A suffers a decrease in yield strength and notch ductility in thickness over 25 mm, to overcome which Corten B was developed-C 0.14; P 0.04; Mn 1.1; Cr 0.5; Cu 0.4; V 0.1; Bol Al 0.02. *COR-TEN A applies to plates up to 12.5mm in thickness, COR-TEN B applies to plates up to 50mm in thickness. *It has been used in bridge and other large structural applications such as the New River Gorge Bridge, the newer span of the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, and the creation of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA). It is very widely used in marine transportation, in the construction of shipping containers.
Q:Titanium vs Surgical Steel in Earrings?
Implant grade titanium is much better than surgical steel. The nickel content in it (which is what alot of people are allergic to) is virtually non-existant. Though most people with a nickel allergy are fine with surgical steel too, its too small for most people to react to. But the odd few people do. Its the same with everything. Good surgical steel is probably better than cheap titanium. But implant grade ti will beat it hands down. And ti is alot stronger, and is also used in surgical impants and as replacement bits too. But a big lump of titanium hip is going to be expensive. If you're not allergic to steel, theres little reason for the extra cost, especially if it's likely to outlive you. Niobium has no nickel in at all. But that really is expensive, and I've never seen any threaded. Any particular reason why you ask? ----- Piercing-wise titanium will be better than steel. Unless they carry some not so great ti. You should be fine with steel though.
Q:Damascus Steel vs. Carbon steel with a simulated temper for a sword?
Damascus steel is not a good choice. Gun barrels were once made of Damascus but no longer. Mono steels have come a long way in the past 100 years along with methods of tempering. The skill required to create a functional, strong, and safe Damascus steel sword is rare and extremely labor intensive. A cheap Damascus sword should never be used for cutting anything but air. While you can buy a fine Damascus sword expect to pay a high price. Although any fine sword will cost quite a bit, $500 to thousands. Modern Mono steels now out perform even traditional folded blades. Folding was to change the carbon content and not primarily for strength. Lots of info on the web, make sure to check it for yourself and don't believe the romantic notion that antique blades out perform anything made today. That's just not true.
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:Fender Steel Guitars?
well, it was made sometime before 1981, because that's when Fender quit making 10 string steel guitars. Without any more information than what you've given me, it could be the Pedal 2000, the PS210, or the Artist Dual 10. Fender made steel guitars from the 1950s through 1981, so it could be from any time in there. I hope you have the pedals with it. The 10-string and dual 10-string models were quite expensive in their day. Unfortunately, if you're thinking of reselling it, you're probably not going to get a lot of money for it unless you find a pedal steel player, and like I said, having all the pedals is very important in that case. Anyway, hope this helped. Good luck. If I were you I'd learn to play it. Pedal steel players are always in demand.
Q:can any you boil steel?
The amount of heat needed can be generated. The heat on the surface of the sun is sufficient. Steel will break down before it gets that hot. The carbon in the steel will oxidize into carbon dioxide, or vaporize into carbon gas. The outer core of the Earth is composed of molten iron and nickel. Its also done in steel plants every day.
Q:stainless steel not so stainless?
Hi okorder.com/... This article is helpful to avoid future problems. Personally, when something burned beyond burn I put water in the pan 1/2 full and heat it to a boil and simmer it 5 minutes and all the gunk is easy to remove with a scrubbie sponge and soap, water and or baking soda. I love cast iron cookware because it is a great nonstick option that does not emit toxic fumes at high temperatures like Teflon can. Seasoning it properly once in awhile is all it takes and it is indestructible. Have a great day.

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