|Place of Origin:|
SGCC Q195L, Q235, DX51D
Hot Rolled,hot dip
4.huge production capacity
5.BV,SGS and TUV certificates
Prepainted Steel coil PPGI
1. more than 10 years experiences in steel business
2. good quality
3. competitive price
4. meet your needs via reprocessing
5. excellent service
6. short delivery time
7. long mutual beneficial business cooperation
8. certificate: ISO9001
|Commodity||Prepanited steel coil|
|Grade||JIS G3302(SGCC), DX51D, EN10142, GB/T2518-2004, ASTM 653|
|Standard||ASTM, AISI, DIN, GB|
|Types||Commercial / Drawing / Deep Drawing / Structural quality|
|Thickness||0.16-1.2mm (0.14-0.5mm is the most advantage thickness)|
|Type of coating||Galvanized|
|Zinc / PE coating||Z60-275g/m2 ,12-20μm(top)/7-10μm(bottom)|
|Surface||RAL System as per customers request|
|Package||Properly packed for ocean freight exportation|
|Application||Industrial panels, roofing and siding for painting|
|Payment terms||30%TT in advance+70% TT or irrevocable 100%L/C at sight|
|Delivery time||25 days after recepit of 30% TT or L/C|
4 eye bands and 4 circumferential bands in steel, galvanized metal fluted rings on inner and outer edges, galvanized metal & waterproof paper wall protection disk, galvanized metal & waterproof paper around circumference and bore protection
We have organized several common questions for our clients,may help you sincerely：
1)How to guarantee the quality of the products？
We have established the international advanced quality management system，every link from raw material to final product we have strict quality test；We resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.
2)How long can we receive the product after purchase?
In the purchase of product within 20-25 days, we will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The pacific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers. Commonly 15 to 30 days can be served.
3)Do you have necessary certificate or inspection to make sure we can import smoothly?
Syringes are CE,FDA approved. And we supplied main nations in the world.
- Q:Choke tubes for steel shot?
- I never use anything tighter than modified...mostly use imp. cyl. . to my knowledge any i.c. or mod. choke is ok for steel shot....some of my chokes are marked steel ok or no steel some actually are marked as to no steel bigger than *^*..usually bigger than BB like F or T. Steel is lighter than lead so it looses its energy quicker, therefore it is recommended to use 2 shot sizes bigger than the equivalent in lead...4 shot lead use 2 shot steel. With steel, your choke will perform like it is one size tighter. Early season I use imp. cyl. later season mod.( it is still best to pattern your gun/choke/ammo to see what and how it performs at different distances)
- Q:Stainless steel or Carbon steel knives?
- You didn't say WHICH type of stainless steel, which will make all the difference. There are $2 stainless steel knives and $200 stainless steel knives. The best stainless knife steels will rival the best high carbon steels when it comes to edge-holding properties. These days MOST of the best knives on the market are made from premium stainless steels because of the lower maintenance, but a high carbon steel knife has classic appeal and great edge-holding properties.
- Q:Where can I go to find out info about different blade steels online?
- White steel is a common shorthand name for white paper steel (shirogami hagane) which can be any of several fairly simple high carbon, water hardening steel grades. The carbon content varies by grade, and runs from 0.8 to 1.4%. The range of carbon content within a grade is a tight 0.1%. For example, the carbon content of Shirogami Hagani No1A is specified to be between 1.3 and 1.4%. Each grade also contains 0.1-0.2% silicon and 0.2-0.3% manganese, and only trace amounts of the impurities sulfur and phosphorus. Blue paper steel (aogami hagane) is also offered in several grades, with carbon content ranging similarly to the white grades. However, blue steel contains the additional alloying elements chromium and tungsten, and one grade (aogami super) also contains molybdenum and vanadium. The blue steels can be quenched in water or oil, whereas most of the white grades need a faster quench and require water.
- Q:How is chrome steel made?
- well, save up some more $$. I wouldnt feel safe on a $120 mountain bike. My advice would be to invest in something that's a little more money. Also, why do you want a steel frame? Aluminum frames today are made from 7005 alloy, and stack up very well compared to the durability of steel. Plus, they wiegh alot less. Nowadays, youll only find steel on a cheap walmart bike, ir a top notch downhill bike made for extream offf road conditions.
- Q:what is the tensile strength of steel?
- Depends on what you mean by strong steel. Typically the ultimate strength/yield point of steel used for building structures (beams, columns, joists, plates) is in the range of 36,000 to 50,000 psi. The strength is specified by the designer (in the U.S.) by its ASTM designation. e.g. ASTM A36, A572, A500, A307, A325 ... A36 is typical mild steel, A572 Grade 50 (50,000 psi) is often called high-strength Really high strength steels such as pre-stressing strand can have ultimate strengths more than 10 times these values.
- Q:Where do I need hot galvanized steel coils and color coated rolls?
- Hot galvanized steel coils and color coated rolls have light, beautiful and good corrosion resistance, and can be directly machinedThe construction industry, shipbuilding, vehicle manufacturing, furniture and electrical industries provide a new type of raw materialThe utility model has the advantages of steel replacing wood, efficient construction, energy saving, pollution prevention and the like.
- Q:Is Steel a Pure Substance or a Mixture?
- This Site Might Help You. RE: Is Steel a Pure Substance or a Mixture? No. Not Stainless steel, I mean STEEL. Not a specific type, but STEEL. Thanks. xo
- Q:Can you WELD STEEL to ALUMINUM? How much heavier/stronger is STEEL?
- Note: the easiest way to join steel to aluminum is to drill holes and BOLT them together...... You cannot WELD steel to aluminum.(except using extreme methods like explosion welding......) For all intents and purposes they are dissimilar metals, meaning they will not bond to each other. Also, aluminum has a much lower melting point than steel. It is possible to join steel and aluminum by *Soldering,* using tin/zinc hard solder. This requires a special flux designed exclusively for soldering aluminum though. The heating process is also a bit delicate as you must avoid overheating the joint. I work as a welder and I've only soldered Al three or four times. Steel is easiest to weld by far. If you set the equipment correctly, a six year-old kid can make a good weld on steel. Aluminum requires special equipment and procedures to weld. It's not easy. The brittleness of aluminum depends on it's alloy content. Most of the aluminum that's used today is not pure, rather it's in the form of aluminum ALLOYS which contain either zinc, magnesium, silicon, or manganese. these elements increase the strength dramatically, but also make it much less ductile. Commercially pure (CP) aluminum is very ductile, but it's also rather weak. Pure aluminum is used to make aluminum foil, as it's so soft and ductile it can easily be rolled paper-thin. The best aluminum alloys can come near in strength to mild steel, but weigh less than half as much as steel. Note that steel itself is an alloy of iron and carbon, Carbon increases the strength of iron in the same way that zinc or magnesium increase aluminum's strength. Most of the commonly used aluminum alloys are somewhat more brittle than mild steel, but not greatly so.
- 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.
- Q:Are there steel bullets?
- Yes, mild steel has been used, especially in wartime when shortages of materials become problematic. The trouble with using them, though, is that they don't obturate the rifling well (plus the obvious thing that they're hard) so they tend not to shoot well, and they wear barrels quickly.
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