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HRC Hot rolled coil is rolled on a hot strip mill from slabs.it can be found on the market in coil or sheet form and is further processed into finished products by the manufacture.Hot rolled coil is typically 2-25mm thick and up to 2,250mm wide.Standard Q195Q 215A -Q 235A /BSS330SS400SPHT 1/2/3 Q235CQ235D SPCCSPHCSt12SAE1008 SPHDSPCDKSt12St13 SPHESPCE Peoducts Detail ,page1.Price Range $600
Commodity Prime Tinplate Coil and Sheet Standard GB2520-88,JIS G3303-1997 and DIN EN10203-91 Grade SPCC / MR Thickness 0.13mm to 0.40mm Width 600mm to 1250mm Length:600mm to 4000mm Temper grade T1 T6 / DR8 BA and CA both Tin coating ordinary 2.8g/2.8g,5.6g/5.6g,and Customizer Coil diameter ID 420/ 508mm OD :1,000 to 1,250mm Package Anti-rust paper,cornerSECC Steel Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345Next
For many purposes,tinplate has been replaced by galvanised (zinc-coated) vessels,though not for cooking as zinc is poisonous.Zinc protects iron electrolytically,that is,the zinc will oxidize and turn to a white powder to preserve the iron,whereas tin will only protect theZINC COATINGS
galvanized steel sheet introductions and propertiesapplications.brief introduction Hot-dip galvanisation is a form of galvanisation.It is the process of coating iron,steel or aluminium with a thinzinc layer,by passing the metal through a molten bath of zinc at a temperature of around 860 °F (460 °C).