|Standard:||ASTM, GB, JIS, GBT2518-2008, ASTM A653,JIS G3302,EN 10142||Grade:||DX51D,SGCC,SGCH,G550|
|Model Number:||Galvalume Steel Coil||Type:||Steel Coil, Cold Rolled Steel Sheet|
|Technique:||Cold Rolled||Surface Treatment:||Galvalume, Passivation Or Chromated, Skin Pass,Oil Or Unoiled, Antifinger Print|
|Application:||Roofing Sheet, PPGI Base Material||Special Use:||High - Strength Steel Plate|
|Width:||600mm ~ 1250mm||Length:||Customer|
|Spangle Types:||Minimal Spangle,Regular Spangle||Zinc Coating:||AZ40 ~ AZ150|
|Tensile Strength:||200-550 N / Mm2||Elongation:||16 ~ 30%|
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AZ40 Prepainted Galvalume Steel Coil
Type Dx51 Dz120 Galvanised Steel Sheet Coil Price For Sale
Dz120 Galvanised Steel Coil
Galvanising is that the process on a substrate of metal, normally steel. The demand for top quality rust preventive steel sheeting and coated strip is great. Coatings bases upon zinc are popular, because they supply the extra advantage of a sacrificial element in areas where the steel could be exposed. The galvanising of steel sheet are often defined because the application of a zinc coating over the surface of the steel to guard it against exposure to the atmosphere and consequent rusting.
There are two methods of deposit, namely hot dipping or electrolytic. Normally the previous could also be a much heavier coat but may be to a point irregular in thickness, whereas electrolytic is even and doubtless much thinner although the particular coating weight are often controlled. With the tactic of electrolytic galvanising, the plating is dull grey and unattractive in appearance as against the brilliant perspective of the zinc surface produced by the recent dip method.
When first coated the merchandise features a bright, shiny surface but this may dull brown by exposure to air; this dulling action isn't detrimental. During the manufacturing process base metal must be cleaned and fluxed. The cleaning is generally by acid and it's therefore essential that before coating the cleaning medium is removed in totality. If it's not, the residual acid could attack the zinc coat from the underside. Again, altogether probability where there's residual acid, the acid of the zinc are going to be discoloured and will be confused thereupon generated by contact with sea water.
It is possible to recover the bottom metal by immersing the merchandise in acid then re-coating, and this might rather be a feasible option where one is handling component parts, e.g. galvanised steel conductor pylons, but it's extremely doubtful if this is often a cheap option where sheet or standard merchant bars are involved.
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