Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel Coil in High Quality Green Color

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1. Pre-Painted Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil Description:

Pre-painted galvanized steel is good capable of decoration, molding, corrosion resistance. It generally displays superior workability, durability and weather resistance.

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

• Excellent process capability

• Smooth and flat surface

• High strength

• Good formability

• Good visual effect

 

3.Pre-Painted Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil Images

Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel Coil in High Quality Green Color

 

4.Pre-Painted Galvanized/Aluzinc Steel Coil Specification

Standard: AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS 

Grade: DX51D, DX52D 

Thickness: 0.17-2.0mm 

Brand Name: KMRLON 

Model Number: coil 

Type: Steel Coil 

Technique: Cold Rolled 

Surface Treatment: Coated 

Application: Boiler Plate 

Thickness: 0.13-4.0mm 

width: 20-1250mm 

zinc coating: 40-180g/m2 

printing thickness: top side: 20+/-5 microns, back side: 5-7 microns 

color: all RAL color 

surface treatment: color coated 

coil weight: 4-7 tons 

coil ID: 508/610mm 

packaging: standard seaworthy packing 

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

1. What’s the brand of the paint?

We use the best brand of all of the word—AKZO.

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Q:Which is stronger for cars, carbon fiber or steel?
At a reasonably high speed, both cars would be undrivable. That's by design, not due to the strength/weakness of the materials. The energy in an impact needs to go somewhere. Cars are designed so the body and the frame will bend and break, reducing the impact on the occupants. If the car is too rigid the chances of the occupants being injured increases. Carbon fiber composites do have a better strength to weight ratio than steel but they're also a lot less dense, so the same volume of material will have a similar strength. The primary benefit to carbon fiber is that for a part of the same strength the carbon fiber part will weigh less than the steel part.
Q:Which one is bigger? Steel Force in Dorney Park or Tidal Force in Hershey Park?
steel force breaks the 200ft mark and is a steel out and back roller coaster. Tidal force is a water ride that is about 100 ft tall. If you can do Steel Force then you should be able to handle anything at Hersheypark. the on;y ride they have bigger is the Kissing Tower
Q:How is chrome steel made?
Go to the process section and find point 6 (explains when alloys are added). Chrome is added at this point, usually in the form of ferrochrome alloy (FeCr). Many kinds of chrome steel also contain nickel. The strengthening effect on steel by forming stable carbide grains at the grain boundaries and the strong increase in corrosion resistance made chromium an important alloying material for steel. The high speed tool steels contain between 3 and 5% chromium.
Q:Angular Velocity of a Steel Ball after a Collision?
You need to do conservation of angular momentum about the steel ball's axis. Angular momentum = I.ω The steel ball's initial ω = 5 rev/s = 5*2pi rad/s = 31.4 rad/s The steel ball's moment of inertia I = (2/5)*m*r^2 = 40*25 kg.m^2 = 1000 kg.m^2 The marble's initial ω = v / r where r is the perpendicular distance from the steel ball's axis You need to look at the diagram for this. The marble's I about the steel ball's axis is I = m*r^2 where r is the same as above. (marble is treated as a point mass). Then work out the total initial ang. momentum = final ang. momentum and solve for ω...
Q:What is the best steel to use for making a knife?
O-1 is an excellent steel. If you've never made a knife before find an old file and use it. My first knives weren't that good, it took a little practice to get the geometry right so be prepared to burn some steel. The advantage of a file is it is already hardened, unless you have a torch or forge that will be near imposable for you to do. The most important thing in knife making is the heat treating. The best steel wont perform like it's supposed to. If you decide to use a file grind your blade out, keep the steel cool; do not let it get any color in it (brown, blue, purple) as this destroys the temper. When your finished put the blade in the oven at 400 deg for an hour. It should have a good hardness for a knife then. As for me, I use old car springs(5160), saw blades(L-6) for many of my blades, Good luck.
Q:steel or graphite?
I use steel shaft golf clubs (mens so called clubs) I find the garphite shaft that is typically used for womens clubs is too light and I have a messy swing Callaway Big Bertha is GREAT .... very forgiving club and the oversized clubhead is great for beginners up to advanced. *****FOR MEN - STEEL******* no graphite (just the woods have graphite shafts but the irons are steel
Q:Is mild steel environmentally friendly?
Steel just rusts, it doesn't produce any emissions just sitting there. They even make architectural steel called Corten to rust to a nice patina. If you consider how the steel was made in the first place, a great big NO! Steel making requires massive amounts of electricity plus it gives off some nasty fumes in the liquid state. Leather itself doesn't emit much of anything, but the dyes might. Again though, if you look at how it's made, tanning leather is right up there with steel mills and paper mills for pollution, some of the worst.
Q:what is the density of stainless steel?
Stainless steels are the most dense, coming in at 8000 kg/m3. Though the densities vary, The answer is 8000 kg/m3. 301 stainless density values seem to vary according to the supplier data sheets, from 7.88 g/cc, (AK Steel) to 8.03 g/cc, (Allegheny Ludlum)
Q:What type of steel is most bullet resistant?
If you want to stop a bullet with steel, you need strength, ductility, thickness, or some combination of these. The higher the strength, the greater the force the steel can withstand before it breaks. The higher the ductility, the more the steel can deform before it breaks. Unfortunately, when you increase the strength, the ductility usually goes down. That's why you may need substantial thickness. 1 centimeter of precipitation-hardened stainless steel (15-5 or 17-4, for example) is probably enough to stop most handgun bullets.
Q:Are there steel bullets?
Not for small arms and not for conventional artillery. In both cases, the projectile has to engage the rifling, which requires a material soft enough to upset into the grooves yet tough enough to stand up to the friction and the pressure. Small arms projectiles, even if the core is steel, must have at least a jacket of softer material, usually a copper alloy, to engage the rifling and seal the bore. Artillery projectiles for rifled weapons use driving bands of bronze or a similar alloy for the same reason. The Germans during World War II and probably some other resource-strapped armed services have used sintered iron bullets for handgun rounds such as 9mm Luger (I have a box, but have never shot one because of their value to collectors), but sintered iron is too fragile for the higher velocities and energies of rifle rounds. Several companies do make sporting bullets entirely of copper, which is a way to solve the problem conventional bullets sometimes have with shedding the jacket on impact with a game animal. You'll also find lots of foreign military ammo with cartridge cases made of mild steel. Russian and Chinese 7.62x39 often has these steel cases. You'll find tens of thousands of them rusting on the ground at rifle ranges all over the country. The bullets have a softer jacket, usually a copper alloy. Armor-piercing ammo has a core of hardened steel, but a jacket of copper alloy.

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