Cold rolled steel coils
Commerical and Construction building material
Raw material: Baosteel,Shou Steel and other big mill
Production Standard: JIS,AISI,ASTM,BS,DIN,GB
Customer's request of size is negotiable
Commercial quality suitable for bending fabrication and simple forming; this is the type in greatest demand.
Refrigerators, cabinets, power distribution boards and drums.
Drawing quality second only to that of SPCEN. Excellent uniformity.
Automobile floor and roof panels.
Deep-drawing quality. With metallurgically controlled grain size, it retains its beautiful finish even after being deep-drawn.
Automobile fenders and quarter panels
Thickness:+/-0.02~+/-0.20mm according to size
Chinebec International also provide service for each of our overseas customer with factory audited,inspection and monitoring and order organization
- Q:whats the benifits of using steel material for fasteners?
- There are different grades of steels which can suit different application considering corrosion,surrounding atmosphere,pressure,temperature and many more. Let us take the stainless steel fasteners: 1.Resists Rust: The primary advantage to using stainless steel bolts is that they resist rusting. This makes them ideal for outdoor or marine uses, since moisture will not cause them to corrode. Rust basically eats steel and makes it weaker. A rusty, weak bolt can be a serious safety risk, because it can break under a load. 2.Clean: Stainless steel bolts are very easy to clean due to having a higher content of chromium, which creates a lustrous, mirror-like surface that is very smooth. This makes stainless steel an ideal option if aesthetics are an issue. 3.Temperature: Stainless steel has a high melting point, which makes it a good option in machines that are put through immense amounts of heat. The bolts will not fuse together, and can be unfastened when the machines need repairs. Also, in very cold conditions, steel can become brittle. By mixing nickel into the stainless steel, the metal resists becoming brittle at low temperatures. See the source link for details.
- Q:Heat Resistant Chemical for Steel?
- There is, but I don't know what it is made out of. It is probably some fireproof, foam material which acts like insulation. I doubt it is designed to resist abrasion however. Most things which adhere to metal surfaces are not flameproof, and those which do resist fire are not good insulators. For example, the ceramic coating of appliances like stoves and washing machines adhere very well and are fire resistant, but do not insulate. It was the failure of the steel insulation which caused the collapse of the world trade centers. The impact of the airplane tore away all the insulation on the supporting struts of the building and then the fire caused the steel to soften and break. Steel was once insulated by wrapping it in asbestos cloth and then applying plaster over this to form a shell. It did not actually adhere to the steel but it did insulate it, and was fireproof. However asbestos is a cancer hazard and a lot of old buildings are being stripped of their asbestos as a safety precaution. The asbestos can be replaced with fiberglass which is usually duct taped together.
- Q:What is the weight of a molecule of steel?
- Steel is an alloy consisting mostly of iron with a little Carbon thrown in. Steel is not a molecule, therefore, it does not have a molecular weight. Steel contains atoms of iron and carbon in a crystal lattice, along with various other alloying elements such as manganese, chromium, vanadium, and tungsten.
- Q:which companies are first hand's sellers of the steel, in the world?
- Here are the top 30 steel producing companies in the world, listed by the megaton output: 1. 63.0 Mton Mittal Steel Company NV (Global)  2. 46.7 Mton Arcelor (Europe)  3. 32.0 Mton Nippon Steel (Japan)  4. 30.5 Mton POSCO (South Korea)  5. 29.9 Mton JFE (Japan)  6. 23.8 Mton Shanghai Baosteel Group Corporation (China) 7. 19.3 Mton United States Steel Corporation (United States) 8. 18.4 Mton Nucor Corporation (United States) 9. 18.2 Mton Corus Group (Europe)  10. 17.5 Mton Riva Group (Europe)  11. 16.5 Mton ThyssenKrupp (Europe)  12. 16.1 Mton Tangshan (China) 13. 13.9 Mton EvrazHolding (Russia) 14. 13.7 Mton Gerdau (Brazil) 15. 13.6 Mton Severstal (Russia) 16. 13.5 Mton Sumitomo Metal Industries (Japan) 17. 13.4 Mton SAIL (India) 18. 12.0 Mton Wuhan Iron and Steel (China) 19. 11.9 Mton Anshan (China) 20. 11.4 Mton Magnitogorsk (Russia) 21. 10.5 Mton Jiangsu Shagang (China) 22. 10.5 Mton Shougang (China) 23. 10.4 Mton Jinan (China) 24. 10.3 Mton Laiwu (China) 25. 10.3 Mton China Steel (Taiwan)  26. 9.6 Mton Maanshan 27. 9.4 Mton Imidro 28. 8.7 Mton Techint 29. 8.7 Mton Usiminas (Brazil) 30. 8.5 Mton Novolipetsk (Russia)
- Q:What is the difference between weldable steel and plate steel?
- Weldable steel is a generic term for steel with low carbon content which makes it easy to weld, form, and machine. If you're looking for a knife blade material, you need either a stainless steel or a high carbon steel which is not at all weldable. The more carbon in steel, the better it responds to heat treatment like hardening, tempering, etc. Plus, the high carbon steel will hold an edge better. Hope this helped.
- Q:Steel Building Structures?
- Yes okorder.com/
- Q:Is it harmful to cook on stainless steel?
- Steel's cool. Its just iron and carbon...... But aluminum's bad for us.
- Q:Welding question Can you weld copper or brass to steel?
- Copper cannot be welded to steel since copper has a significantly lower melting point than steel, and brass has an even lower melting point than copper. Therefore, traditional fusion welding processes would not work. It's possible to braze copper to steel using brass as a filler metal, but this is not usually done because of practical concerns. (For example, the melting point of zinc brass is close enough to that of copper, that it's hard to heat the joint to the melting temperature of the brass without also melting the copper.) Rather, it's common to braze copper to steel using silver-copper-zinc brazing alloys instead. These alloys have a lower working temp. than zinc brass. Copper-silver-phosphorus brazing alloys, or zinc-tin hard solder could also be used. Also, solid state welding methods can be used to join copper to steel, but this is limited to very special applications. Friction welding can be used to join copper pipes and/or shafts to steel ones. Explosion welding can be used to join a copper or brass sheet to a steel plate. Forge welding may be possible between copper and steel, but I don't know of any applications for this.
- Q:About hydrolics which one used in steel melting shop?
- The correct spelling is hydraulics. I haven't heard the term steel melting shop you probably means a foundry or a steel mill The most obvious example i can think of is hydraulic-operated fork lifts. Hydraulic cylinders are used to lift the forks and to tilt them upwards or downwards. The valves are coneccted to levers next to the steering wheel. Hydraulic pressure is supplied by a hydraulic pump driven by a propane or diesel engine. In some forklift designs the wheels are also not connected directly to the engine, but driven by hydraulic motors. There are also a large variety of machines used in steel mills and metalworking companies to cut and shape metal parts. for example, press brakes, plate cutting shears, stamping presses, hole punch machines, drawing presses, etc. These types all operate in much the same basic way. They use a very large cylinder or group of cylinders to apply many tons of force to different kinds of metal working tools.
- Q:advantages and disadvantages of steel structure?
- Disadvantages Of Steel
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