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Standard: ASTM,GB,DIN,JIS Technique: Cold Rolled Shape: Round
Surface Treatment: Oiled,Bright Steel Grade: Q195,Q215,Q235,Q215B,Q235B Certification: ISO,SGS,BV,CE
Thickness: 0.18mm-1.8mm Width: 1000mm-1600mm Length: requirement
Outer Diameter: according to weight Net Weight: 12mt Packaging: Standard Export Packing

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201 2B, BA Stainless Steel Strips/Coils
Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Coil (POLISHING)
Thickness: 0.15mm to 1.80 mm
Width: 20mm - 690mm
Finish: 2B BA (two side polishing)
201 2B, BA Stainless Steel Coil

Hot rolled stainless steel coil:
Thickness: 2.0mm up
Width: 20-1500mm
Finish: No. 1
Thicknesscold rolled,0.15-1.8mm, hot rolled, 2.0mm up
Widthcold rolled,20-690mm, hot rolled, 20-1500mm
Finishcold rolled, 2B BA (two side polishing)201 2B,BA  hot rolled,No.1

Chemical composition:
1) AOD (Low carbon, high nickel) J1 material:
Ni: 1.0-1.5%, Cu:0.8-1.0%, Cr:>13.5%, Mn:9-11%, C:<0.1%
2) AOD (Low carbon, high nickel) J3 material:
Ni: 1.0-1.5%, Cu:0.5-0.8%, Cr:>12%, Mn:9-11%, C:<0.1%
3) Induction (High carbon, low nickel) material:
Ni: 0.6-0.9%, Cu:0.6-0.8%, Cr:>13.0%, Mn:9-11%, C:>0.12%201 2B, BA Stainless Steel Strips/Coils
Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Coil (POLISHING)
Thickness: 0.15mm to 1.80 mm
Width: 20mm - 690mm
Finish: 2B BA (two side polishing)
201 2B, BA Stainless Steel Coil

Hot rolled stainless steel coil:
Thickness: 2.0mm up
Width: 20-1500mm
Finish: No. 1


Application: Stamping, Utensils, Kitchenware, Cookware, Decorate, Making pipe and so on

Prime Cold Rolled Steel Coils with Low Price China Suppiler

Prime Cold Rolled Steel Coils with Low Price China Suppiler



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Q:Aluminum and Steel brittle or ductile based on these results?
Only steel(of this pair)might be liable to brittle fracture,which would be implied by almost zero elongation or reduction in area at fracture.On this basis the steel has not failed by brittle fracture.I would expect much more elongation in pure aluminium than your sample shows so I presume it to be brittle unless it is an alloy rather than commercially pure aluminium.However brittle fracture in metals is a particular phenomenon to be determined by impact tests and examination of fracture surfaces and is particularly relevant to metals with the body centred crystal structure.
Q:Nylon or Steel strings for guitar?
classical guitar = nylon strings Acoustic/electric = steel strings Firstly i must explain you that fingerstyle playing on guitar is using your nails to play and not the soft spot on the acre of your fingers... Why? Because nails produce a cleaner, better and louder sound while the soft spot Is sloppy and dusty... (very simplistic)The difference with using a pick is that you can use your fingers as 4 different picks instead the one you are using when playing with a pick... Well the reason is that nylon strings aren't supposed to be played with a pick but with fingers (nails in reality as mentioned already) if you want το keep them in good condition for long(the sound they provide is another thing and it's a matter of taste) Steel strings are better for using with a pick... Probably a classical guitarist would easily break or harm his nails while playing on steel strings.... Personaly i like both... Depends on what playing
Q:AK47 firing through steel?
Yes it can, it also depends where the ammunition were made. Some ammunition made outside russia will not penetrate steel plates. Places like Somalia, Iran,and Iraq.
Q:Iron heavier than steel?
Steel is iron, with other things added that strengthen it and/or make it less rust liable. So, in general, steel is stronger than iron. In so far as the density, that depends on the steel alloy. Some are higher than iron, some lower. Remember there are hundreds of different steel alloys. edit: but the density is still close to that of iron. density steel 7750 to 8050 kg/m³ density iron 7870 kg/m³
Q:Which one steel or metal?
Metal includes steel, as well as thousands of other metals and alloys. In other words, steel IS a metal. So your question is meaningless, sorry.
Q:Steel I-beam for header?
consult your local building for the area design loads including, live dead and wind.many local steel supp;iers can design it for you.
Q:Are steel toed boots okay for street motorcycle riding?
I personally like to feel the shifter, and I've found that I can't feel the shifter as well through steel toed boots. Steel toed boots are designed to protect you in the event of something heavy dropping on your foot - which isn't very likely on a motorcycle. I have also found that in extreme cold that steel toed boots seem to act like a heat sink for your feet - non steel toed boots seem to stay just a little bit warmer. If you're a new rider, a very blunt toe (whether steel or not) can make getting your toes under the shifter a little more difficult, but with some practice and experience, you will get used to it. Honestly, I don't think it really makes all that much difference. All new riders have difficulty with the shifter, and it will take time for you to get used to it either way. I don't think the difference is really even worth going out and buying another set of boots, but yeah, if you were getting your first pair, I would tell you to look for a boot with a toe that is slender and tapered (vs. blunt), and non-steel.
Q:the difference between mild steel and steel?
Carbon steel includes mild steel. Mild carbon steel(as it is referred to) contains .05 - .29% carbon. Medium carbon steel is from .30 - .59%. High carbon steel is from .60 - .99%. Ultra high carbon steel is from 1.00 - 2.00%. Steel is considered carbon steel up to 2.1%. Past that it is considered cast iron. The more carbon in the steel the harder and less ductile and maleable it is and also the more brittle it is. The less carbon in the steel more it will bend and shape without breaking. So in essence carbon adds strength but takes away from its elasticity. If you are interested in this subject an interesting source is swordmaking where hardness(carbon content) is crucial. The information behind this subject is pretty infinite.
Q:can I freeze steel?
Wouldn't it be easier to stick your coke in the freezer?

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