Prepainted galvanized Steel Sheet in coils

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Quality Q/BQB440-2003 JIS G3312-1994 EN 10326-2004 ASTM A653-02a

EN 10327-2004(BASE PLATE)


Commercial SteelTDC51D CGCC DX51D+Z/AZ CS Type A/B/C

Forming Steel(TSt01,TSt02,TSt03) CGCD1 FS Type A, Type B


Steel DX53D+Z/AZ

StructuralTS280GD(TStE28) CGC400 S280D+Z/AZ SS275

SteelTS350GD(TStE34) CGC440 S350D+Z/AZ SS340 Class1

ManufacturerThickness Width Length of plate Inner diameter of coil

JIANGSU HUIYESTEEL SHEET CO.,LTD 0.2-1.2mm 800/914/1000/1200/1219/1250mm 1000-6000mm508mm/610mm

Coated Mass OF(Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Base plateAvailable Coated Mass(g/m^2)

Galvanized Steel80, 100, 120, 160, 180

Galvalume Steel50, 70, 150

AvailablePainting OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Category ofPainting Item Code

Polyester PE

High-durabilitypolyester HDP

Silicon modifiedpolyesters SMP

Polyvinylidenefluoride PVDF

Easy-Cleaning —

PaintingThickness Top side: 20+5microns;

Bottom side:5~7microns.

Color SystemProduce according to RAL Color System or as per buyer’s color sample.

Paintingstructure Top surface Bottom surface  

Primer coatingNo coating 1/0

Primer coatingPrimer coating 1/1

Primer coating +Finish coating No coating 2/0

Primer coating +Finish coating Primer coating or single back coating 2/1

Primer coating +Finish coating Primer coating + Finish back coating 2/2

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Q:How does stainless steel soap work?
Many metals have germicidal qualities. Silver is the strongest germicide of the metals, but a sterling silver bar of soap would be expensive and it would tarnish. The tarnish would actually not affect the silver's ability to kill bacteria, but it would look bad and the tarnish would turn your hands black, so people wouldn't want to use it. Many people even take silver internally in the form of Colloidal Silver, but Colloidal Silver is very controversial. Yes, it kills many bacteria, but it can also cause a person's skin to permanently turn blue...a condition called Argyria. Brass actually is a better germicide than stainless steel...but again this is a cosmetic problem. Brass tarnishes, so people wouldn't want to use it. Stainless steel is actually a very weak germicide, but even steel has some ability to kill germs. Stainless steel also removes fish odor. My son has a stainless steel bar that he takes along when he fishes to remove the fish smell from his hands. There's nothing magical about the bar...a stainless steel spatula would would just as well, but the bar is more convenient to carry. I'm not sure if this is scientific enough or not. -
Q:List out the Industrial application of Eutectoid Steel.?
Eutectic steel is used to produce pearlite, bainite, spheroidite and martensite steels. Those steels vary in strength, hardness and ductility. One uses martensite steel for example in razor blade manufacturing. Of course there is no end to the various uses of these steels.
Q:Damascus Steel vs. Carbon steel with a simulated temper for a sword?
carbon steel it is stronger it is the type ill be using when i stare forging
Q:why do you heat steel when hardening?
Gary is right, but maybe I can simplify it. It's very complex..... When you heat (hardenable) steel the carbon and iron form crystalline structures. Martensite and Austenite are most prominent, but there are others. Those are the hard crystals. When you quench it, those structures don't have time to dissolve as they would with slow cooling, so you freeze the crystalline structure in that state. Since that is too hard for most things, you temper it. Heating to a certain temp lets ~some~ of the crystals dissolve away. Annealing is heating and letting it cool slowly, so those structures will break up back into carbon and iron, leaving the steel soft. It's like a little atomic machine - crystals form, dissolve away, form again, with heat. It's waaaaay deeper than just that in detail, but that's the gist of it.
Q:Is steel industry good for investing currently ?
I feel metal stocks can give some return now if you invest.
Q:what is 440c stainless steel means?
It is the alloy number given by the American Iron and Steel Institute, or AISI. This is the trade organization of the U.S. steel industry, one of the oldest such organizations. 440C is also known under the UNS system as S44004 440C is a high carbon, plain chromium stainless steel. Or more specifically: 18% Cr, ~1.1% C, ~1.0% Mo, Si, and Mn 440c is mostly used in cutlery, bearings, and valve parts; because it has the best strength and hardness after basic heat treatment of any stainless steel. Relatively poor properties in other areas make it less suitable for other types of items. for example 440c becomes very brittle in sub zero temperatures. 410 is similar to 440, but it is a cheaper milder steel with less chromium and carbon, so it is less brittle, more easily worked and machined, but lacks final strength and hardness. it is often used in cheap stainless fasteners and bushings.
Q:Stainless steel vs carbon steel for swords?
Modern Sword Steels: Stainless - Used in decorative swords and knives. Stainless steel blades longer than twelve inches are too brittle for full contact use. 1045 Carbon - Strong, but soft compared to higher carbon steels. Reasonably cheap and acceptable for full contact use. 1060 Carbon - Harder than 1045, but not brittle. Holds a keen edge and is very durable. Somewhat expensive, but great for full contact use. 1095 Carbon - Sacrifices the durability of lower carbon steels for better edge retention and increased hardness. Somewhat expensive, but tough enough for full contact use. 5160 Spring - Extremely tough and durable. Great for full contact use when properly heat treated. 9260 Spring - Amazingly resilient and durable, but not unbreakable. Excellent for full contact use. T10 Tool - Exceptionally hard and tougher than other steels with similar carbon content. Keeps a good edge without sacrificing durability. Can be expensive, but is still great for full contact use. L6 Bainite - Can be very expensive, but is the toughest steel on the market when properly heat treat. Excellent for full contact use, but requires additional maintenance to prevent rust and corrosion. About Damascus Steel: Historical Damascus blades were made from wootz, an Indian steel with unique properties. The technique for making this type of steel has been lost, but there have been many attempts to recreate it. The patterns found on Damascus steel blades are a direct result of the sword-making process and are not entirely dependent on the type of steel used. Damascus swords were the finest blades of their time.
Q:What is the steel industry?
The steel industry is an industry that produces steel. It is one of the largest industries in the world, with China as the leading steel producer
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:How can I tell the difference between different knife steels?
Larry gave a good answer. As for the HC, it means High Carbon.

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