||Standard Export Packing
Hot Rolled Steel Coils/Sheets
Q195,Q235,A36,SS400,S235JR,Q345,ST37-2, CCSB etc
JIS G3002 GB/T251B
1.2mm to 200mm
Tolerance of thickness:
Tolerance of width:
:+/-5.00mm (aiming to +/-2.00mm)
914mm, 1000mm, 1200mm, 1219mm, 1250mm,1500mm
According to requirement
10-25 Metric Tons
Black, Chromate, fingerprint resistant treatment, slight oiled or non-oiled, dry
Port of Loading:
Standard export packing or according to the clients required
Within 30 days after received 30% deposit or workable L/C
1. Q: Can I get sample and how long will it take?
A:Yes. We can supply sample. And you need to pay for courier.
2. Q: What's the MOQ?
A: Our MOQ is 25mt.
3. Q: What's the delivery time?
A: It will take about 30 days after TT or L/C.
4. Q: What is the payment terms?
A: T/T, L/C at sight
5. Q: How does your factory carry out quality control?
A: We attach great importance to quality control.Every part of our products has its own QC.
6. Q: What certificate do you have?
A: We have SGS, ISO9001 etc. Also we can apply any certificate if you need if the qty is OK.
- Q:Buoyancy question. Why does a steel nail sinks but a steel ship floats.?
- A steel nail is much denser than the water. That means that it weighs more than an equivalent volume of water. Therefore, the buoyancy is never going to be enough to hold it up. Whether it is a big steel nail or a small one, it will always be too dense for the water to support it. Because of its shape, a steel ship is not as dense as water. It is not made out of a solid block of steel. Instead, the hull is built of thin plates of steel enclosing an open space. A steel ship is sort of like an empty cup. Although its sides are hard and dense, it holds a lot of air in the middle. Since air weighs almost nothing, it lowers the overall density of the ship to a point where its buoyancy exceeds its weight, and the ship floats. Think of it as you trying to sink a balloon.
- Q:Steel & Iron Industry?
- Steel is made from injecting air into molten iron
- Q:steel or aluminum? I'm looking to try a steel mtb for first time?
- I've ridden steel, alum, Ti and carbon. I like 'em all. It all depends of craftsmanship and design IMHO. Really, a light steel frame is only about 1 to 1.5 lbs heavier than other super light frames. Steel has a rep for being heavy and most of that comes from being a heavier duty frame and being spec'ed with heavier parts. With that being said I have 2 alum and 1 carbon framed bikes now. I owned several steel bikes in my day, loved 'em too. I like light and if you're a weight weenie too you may not want a heavier bike regardless of material. The Stumpjumper is a sweet light bike. If the Grizzly is up to your specs give it a go. Thats how you experience life. Try something different. You'll like the feel of steel, as of the bike? Only you will know if you like it or not.
- Q:Stainless steel water bottle? ?
- Should be OK- that's reputable vendor. Suggest initial flush insides with very mild acid (fill ~20% with mild vinegar, Pepsi, etc., then shake 1 minute) then rinse 2 times, then look inside to confirm it looks clean.
- Q:quality of steel ..................!!?
- Various ways: Carry out mechanical testing on it to see how strong it is. eg. Tensile testing, hardness testing, impact testing. Examine a cleaned up sample on the steel under a microscope to see what the steel grain structure is like and what condition it is in (hardened etc.) Or the easiest way is to ask the supplier what it is and then find a specification sheet giving you all the above information.
- 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:fallout 3 before broken steel?
- Yes. The Broken Steel add-on goes automatically where ever you are. The thing is, I would like stand around the control room for a little while until the Broken Steel add-on is completely downloaded (Basically pop A LOT of rad-x and radaway). You should see a pop-up message saying that Broken Steel is installed and the level cap is now at 30.
- Q:Wear on Non-Stainless Carbon Steel Chef's Knife?
- Carbon steel chef's knives out perform stainless in every aspect except 1, care. You can't put them in a dishwasher. Wash, rinse and dry off. Do not keep them in a drawer filled with other kitchen stuff, rather, keep them in a cabinet or block. If it starts to rust you can use steel wool to clean them up, or fine grit sandpaper if you want to retain a fine finish. For your viewing pleasure, a chef's knife I forged from crane cable.
- Q:How does the reactivity of iron compare to steel?
- Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon and optionally one or more of numerous other materials. Copper is normally not used, except sometimes in small percentages. Steel is never yellow or orange in color. Reactivity of steel depends on the materials it is alloyed with. Chromium and nickel with steel make stainless steel, which is much less prone to reactive than iron. .
- Q:surgical steel or titanium industrial barbells?
- 316L steel is the most basic metal used in body jewelry. It is the basic requirement of metal to be used in initial piercings and for healing. There are better grades but usually they cost more as well. For most people this grade of steel works just fine. Titanium is usually preferred over steel because it contains no nickel and it weighs almost 50% less than steel. Titanium can come in plain polish which looks just like steel AND it can come in a variety of colors (but NOT red or black). Titanium is super for people with sensitive skin to steel. It does cost a little more but is well worth it.
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