prepainted Steel Coils, Hot-dipped Galvanized, RAL System, with good Corrosion resistance

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Our Advantages for Blue Color Coated Steel Sheet/coils:

1. Long History, High Credit
-- with over 10 years experience on steel;

2. Rice Rources
-- any standard color, any quantity, any size is available;

3. Sound Quality Control
-- with 20 QC to insure our products is exactly what you want;

4. Cost Control and Lead Time Guarantee
-- with monthly output of over 80, 000 tons from Group factories.

5. Convenient Transportation
-- within 300km from Tianjin and Shanghai Port of China.

Details for Color Coated Steel Sheet/Coils

1 Commodity Name: Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coils(PPGI)

2 Substrate: Cold Rolled Steel Coils

3 Galvanizing Standard: JIS 3302 / ASTM A653 / EN10143

4 Zinc Coating: 60-150GSM(both side)

5 Prepainting: JIS3312/ASTM A755/A755 M/EN10169-1

6 Type of Coating: PE, PVDF, SMP, HDP, RMP ect.

7 Painting Thickness: Top: 18-25microns/ Bottom: 5-7microns

8 Steel Color: RAL Standard

9 Steel Thickness: 0.2-1.2mm

10 Base Material: SGCC, SGCH, DX51D+Z, DX51D+AZ

11 Coil Width: 900~1250mm

12 Coil Weight: 3-5 Ton

13 Coil ID: 508mm or 610mm

14 Package: Standard sea-worthy packing

No.ParameterDescription
1CommodityPrepainted Galvanized Steel Coils(PPGI)
2SubstrateCold Rolled Steel Coils
3GalvanizingJIS 3302 / ASTM A653 / EN10143
4Zinc Coating60-150GSM(both side)
5PrepaintingJIS3312/ASTM A755/A755 M/EN10169-1
6Type of CoatingPE,PVDF,SMP,HDP,RMP ect.
7Painting ThicknessTop: 18-25microns/ Bottom: 5-7microns
8Steel ColorRAL Standard
9Steel Thickness0.2-1.2mm
10Base MaterialSGCC, SGCH, DX51D+Z, DX51D+AZ
11Coil Width900~1250mm
12Coil Weight3-5 Ton
13Coil ID508mm or 610mm
14PackageStandard sea-worthy packing


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The young man in the video is using a steel string guitar. Steel string guitars can be played fingerstyle or with a pick. Classical guitars use nylon strings and are only played fingerstyle. Classical guitars are used almost exclusively for playing classical music. If you're not interested in playing classical music then it's the wrong guitar for you. Steel string guitars can be used for a wide range of musical styles from pop to rock to folk to bluegrass to country, and more. Don't worry about pain - your fingers will hurt at first with either nylon or steel strings but that passes quickly. Buy the guitar that's most appropriate for the music you want to play.
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That's true of Cheness modern metallurgical materials and forge construction. Modern monostone is several times stronger than the steel used in Medieval Europe or Feudal Japan. In Japan it was said that good steel doesn't break when you hit something hard, but folds/bends. That meant good steel as rated back then would take a permanent bend at no more than 15 or 30 degrees of bending. Modern monosteels can be bent 45 degrees without a permanent bend.

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