SGCH 0.12*750mm Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

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competitive price galvanized steel coils

 specification  

Certificate

ISO9001:2008

Standard

ASTM A653,JIS G3302 SGCC/SGCH ,GB/T 2518, European standard

Grade 

SGCC, SGCH, SGCD1-SGCD3, SGC340-SGC570, SGCC, DX51D



Type 

Steel Coil

Technique 

Cold Rolled

Oil

Chromate,Light oiled or Unoiled

Surface Treatment

Galvanized 

Special Use 

High-strength Steel Plate

Thickness

0.16mm-1.2mm

Width

1250mm or under

Length 

coil

Spangle 

Big,Regular,Small,Zero 

Al-Zn coating

40-275g/m2

Hardness 

55-90HRB

Coil inner diameter

508 or 610mm

Coil weight

6-8 tons

Coil OD 

Max 1500mm

Specification

(0.12-1.20)*1250mm or under

Terms of payment 

T/T or L/C

Place of Origin

Shandong, China (Mainland)

Port

Qingdao, Xingang, China

Shipment

shipped by 20 feet container, loading about 25 tons 

Package

seaworthy standard export package 

MOQ

15 Metric Ton/Metric Tons

Supply Ability

20000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month


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May be you'll find something amongst those. Again, CQC-7 is a tanto blade and you wont find much use for it for every day use. You can, if you try, but why bother. Also, they today use 154CM steel, pretty good, used to be the top stainless cutlery steel, but rather old now. Hardened to 59-61 HRC. It's not that hard in the end, but will hold considerably better edge than AUS8 steel knives. One thing about CQC-7 it's using liner lock, which is not as strong or convenient as benchmade Axis Lock. Another thing to consider about CQC-7 is it's chisel grind, or single bevel. One side of the blade is flat, the edge is ground only on the opposite side. While this is easier to sharpen, one side vs. 2 sides on conventional blades, it has disadvantages in terms of normal cutting. Takes time to get used to it and you can't use it in certain grips to cut in different direction etc...
Q:silver soldering stainless steel?
Silver Solder is more expensive than lead/tin solder as it contains silver. It also melts at a much higher temperature. You require special Flux designed for stainless steel and silver solder. Cost of Silver Solder and Flux will depend on the quality, quantity, and where you are located. Prices vary from area to area especially country to country. Instructions: 1: Clean all surfaces to be soldered with solvent and a wire brush to remove all grease, corrosion or dirt. 2: Apply a coating of flux to the stainless steel parts you are connecting. If you are soldering brass or copper parts to the stainless steel, tin them first by heating them and applying a thin coat of solder to the area that connects to the stainless steel. 3: Hold your parts together with wire or clamps. Make sure the surfaces fit flush. Silver solder will not fill gaps. 4: Heat the parts with a torch until the solder flows onto the joint. When the parts are hot enough, the solder will instantly turn to liquid when it touches the metals, then it will flow into the joint. If it does not do this, keep heating the metal until it does, but do not heat the solder directly. Only allow the hot metal to melt the solder. 5: Remove the torch and solder as soon as a sufficient amount of solder melts onto the joint. You don't need much, and a glob can look ugly. 6: Allow the metal to cool before touching or cleaning it. You can dunk it in water to cool it faster.
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Q:Steel toe boots safe?
I wear Timberland Pro Series steel toe boots they are the best I have ever owned, I have tried Caterpiller Wal-Mart Brands both fell apart. One thing I do is when I get a pair of steel toe boots is have my wife run over the toe with her buick. The cat Wal-Mart Brands both bent cut the top of my foot, The timberland stayed intact I have been wearing them for over a year now, they have not fallen apart I have had a korklift run them over still holding great.
Q:how do I build a steel galvanizing plant. Hot dipped Galvanization?
That's depending on what type of metal you want to cover the steel parts in the galvanization process. The galvanization in words refers only to that kind of process which is using electric deposition of a metal through a bath of a electrolyte from a plate containing pure metal needing to be deposed on steel tide at the anode electrode or + polarity and at the other side (other electrode, cathode or - polarity). There needs to be a certain recipe of mixed salts for creating very tight and uniform growth crystals, for not being corroded or leafed away with time. There are certain salts which provide this king of growing in the same time with the polished look of the piece galvanized. This salts can be dissolved in water, for creating the electrolyte or being melt (which is not so safe technique) and used and kept like that. The dipping is no so used any more and it can not be called galvanization. More recent techniques use hot plasma blowers, meaning a torch with plasma and a wire of the specific metal to be deposited being melt in the plasma and blown to the surface of the steel part. Anything you'll do you have to deal with the local Environmental Agencies and with the tap water supply/ sewerage administrator, because you;ll have to make a contract with them for you to show that you retain the hard metals from the water dropped to sewerage, if any. Dfriend:)
Q:What are some characteristics of steel?
Characteristics Of Steel Hardening. - The characteristic difference between steel and pure wrought iron is as follows: - When steel is raised to a red heat and then suddenly cooled, it becomes hard and brittle. This process, which is known as hardening, has no effect upon pure wrought iron. Tempering is a characteristic of steel which distinguishes it from cast iron. If steel has been hardened by being heated and suddenly cooled, as above described, it may be softened again by applying a lower degree of heat and again cooling. This is known as tempering. Cast iron, on the contrary, though it is hardened by the first process, cannot be softened by the second. When a bar of steel is struck it gives out a sharp metallic ring, quite different from the sound produced by striking wrought iron. Other characteristics of steel are its great elasticity and its retention of magnetism.
Q:Reloading and shooting steel.?
Definitely DO NOT reload steel cases. As far as shooting steel vs brass. Brass will always be better than steel in your gun. Steel is a harder and stronger metal and will wear the firearm quicker than brass.
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steel was first used in the 1800s in buildings.
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Transition Temperature Of Steel

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