PRE-PAINTED STEEL COILS

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PRE-PAINTED STEEL COILS

As per JIS G3322 CGLCC, ASTM A755,GB/T 12754, EN 10169 DX51D+AZ,

commercial quality or Lock forming quality (LFQ), AZ coating:50 g/m2 to 180 g/m2,

Top surface : 15 - 20 micron polyester + 5 micron primer ,

Back surface: 5 - 7 micron, or 7-8 micron polyester + 5 micron primer. Color: According to RAL Card or Clients' requests. Coil Weight max. 12 MT, Coil ID:508mm/610mm.

With or without protective film on the top side.

Categories of paint: polyester/silicon modified polyester (SMP)/PVDF
Thickness: 0.18-1.20mm
Width: 700-1250mm
Minimum order: 50MT per size

Product Feature

:highly tensile, strong color fastness, good rainproof performance, continuous rolling, good corrosion resistance, easy installment and construction, easily removable, low cost

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Q:High Speed Steel Information!?
wikipedia: High speed steel (often abbreviated HSS, sometimes HS) is a material usually used in the manufacture of machine tool bits and other cutters. It is often used in power saw blades and drill bits. It is superior to the older high carbon steel tools used extensively through the 1940s in that it can withstand higher temperatures without losing its temper (hardness). This property allows HSS to cut faster than high carbon steel, hence the name high speed steel. At room temperature, in their generally recommended heat treatment, HSS grades generally display high hardness (above HRC60) and a high abrasion resistance (generally linked to tungsten content often used in HSS) compared to common carbon and tool steels. see reference for more info .
Q:Stainless steel water bottle, no spout?
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Q:Stainless steel: Is it magnetic if hardenable?
Most of the 300 series stainless metals are not magnetic, but if it is cast, it is magnetic. Welds are considered casting, so the welds are magnetic even though the items that are welded together are not. The 400 series stainless may have a few types that are magnetic. I suppose generally the hardenable factor has a bearing if you consider that 400 series can be hardened more readily than the 300 series. Source: Working in metal fabrication shops.
Q:cleaning a steel pan?
Use a Mr. Clean Magic Erasure. I swear, you will be amazed at how easily it gets your pots and pans clean! It shines them right up! That oil will come right off. Make sure you do wash it with dish soap and warm water after using the Magic Erasure.
Q:What is meant by 440 Steel?
440 is an AISI (American Iron and Steel Institute) material specification. It specifies the precise quantities of carbon and other elements present in the alloy. Here are the constituents of AISI 440 steel: Carbon - 0.6 to 0.75% Chromium - 16 to 18% Manganese - less than 1% Molybdenum - less than 0.75% Phosphorus - less than 0.04% Silicon - less than 1% Sulfur - less than 0.03% Iron makes up the remainder. AISI 440 is a heat-treatable, precipitation-hardening stainless steel.
Q:Are some firearms stainless steel coated or finished while others are all stainless?
No, there are no rifles produced that are carbon steel underneath with a stainless steel finish. Typically, gun prices are set by whatever people will pay for the finished product, NOT based on what the material costs actually are. Even if the stainless were CHEAPER to produce, manufacturers could still charge a premium on those products because it offers an advantage to the user (less maintenance). Stainless is seen as an upgrade because of the maintenance and the good looks, so it's like an upgrade option on a sports car, even if it doesn't improve actual performance, it improves the marketability for the product, so it increases the product price. For rifle barrels, many manufactures do NOT charge a high mark up for stainless steel because even though YES is is harder to machine, they don't have to blue the part, which is an extra processing step, and extra materials cost. So when a stainless steel blank is made, it is machined, washed, and finished, but a chrome-moly barrel much be machined, washed, prep'd, hot blued, and finished.
Q:Who Is Dr. Steel?
Dr. Steel is an extremely complex phenomenon, a bit of a metaphorical nesting doll. On the surface, Dr. Steel can appear to some as simply a method actor musician with an over-the-top gimmick. Just underneath that facade lies an enigma; he makes some people wonder if he's really serious, just trying to entertain, or completely barking mad. But underneath the second facade, Dr. Steel is really acclaimed comic-book writer and chaos magickian, Grant Morrison. Make no mistake, he really thinks he is Dr. Steel. He has taken method acting and ceremonial magick to the highest levels, and fully intends to take over (or make over) the world. What's more, in the three short years since handing over his comic-book authorship to a ghost writer, he has amassed tens of thousands of followers worldwide. I've done several polls among Dr. Steel fans, and the results show that for every one person who has officially signed up, there are ten more loyal followers who have not.
Q:Do any of you teens out there know what a Steel Guitar is?
Yessir. No, I can only play a piano and Guitar Hero.
Q:How to sharpen a steel strip?
Comp is right- Lowe's sold you mild steel. Good for a lot of things, but holding an edge isn't one. If you want to make some sort of edged tool, try something like Smokey Mountain Knife Works or another online vendor. They have better blades, even some Damascus blades which will hold an edge much better. If you want to make your own blades, you'll need to start with better steel and build your own forge. I made one from a brake drum and a vacuum with a dimmer switch. You'll also need an anvil, something that may be a bit tough to locate. A couple of hammers and you can start forging blades. For something simpler, locate a place where you can learn blacksmithing and forging. Some art classes teach this at a community college, but not many. Check the site below and see if you can go with ABANA. ... Good luck!!
Q:Are oil and steel monopolistic competition?
While oil and steel may seem to be all the same, they are really not. There are many different grades of crude oil and many different types of steel.

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