We can ship the regular specifications to you with LCL service.
Anti-rusted oil painting,
Q195 = S195 / A53 Grade A
Q235 = S235 / A53 Grade B / A500 Grade A / STK400 / SS400 / ST42.2
Q345 = S355JR / A500 Grade B Grade C
Q235 Al killed = EN39 S235GT
L245 = Api 5L / ASTM A106 Grade B
Black pipe is plain steel pipe without any protective coatings. Black pipe is used for a variety of applications around the home. It is very common to see black pipe used for your natural gas line and sprinkler system lines. Since black pipe has no protective coating, it may rust easily in wet or humid environments. To stop the pipe from rusting or corroding on the outside, you should provide a layer of protection on the outside of the pipe. The easiest method is painting it.
YES. We have strong cooperation with SINOSURE
RHS stands for Rectangular Hollow Section, that is rectangular steel pipe.
We also have square hollow section steel pipe, according to standard: ASTM A500 , EN10219 , JIS G3466 , GB/T6728 cold formed square and rectangular steel pipe.
ERW steel pipe, SSAW steel pipe, LSAW steel pipe, galvanized steel pipe, stainless steel pipe, casing and tubing pipe, elbow,reducer,tee,cap,coupling, flange,weldolet, Seamless steel pipe
TT, L/C(For big order,30-90 days can be acceptable).
Steel will be oxidized and rusted
1. OD 219mm and below In hexagonal seaworthy bundles packed by steel strips, With two nylon slings for each bundles
2. above OD 219mm in bulk or according to custom opinion
3. 25 tons/container and 5 tons/size for a trial order;
4. For 20" container the max length is 5.8m;
5. For 40" container the max length is 11.8m.
YES WE HAVE
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An iron-based mixture is considered to be an alloy steel when manganese is greater than 1.65%, silicon over 0.5%, copper above 0.6%, or other minimum quantities of alloying elements such as chromium, nickel, molybdenum, or tungsten are present. An enormous variety of distinct properties can be created for the steel by substituting these elements in the recipe.
A process for further refinement of stainless steel through reduction of carbon content
The amount of carbon in stainless steel must be lower than that in carbon steel or lower alloy steel (i.e., steel with alloying element content below 5%). While electric arc furnaces (EAF) are the conventional means of melting and refining stainless steel, AOD is an economical supplement, as operating time is shorter and temperatures are lower than in EAF steelmaking. In addition, using AOD for refining stainless steel increases the availability of the EAF for melting purposes.
Molten, unrefined steel is transferred from the EAF into a separate vessel. A mixture of argon and oxygen is blown from the bottom of the vessel through the melted steel. Cleaning agents are added to the vessel along with these gases to eliminate impurities, while the oxygen combines with carbon in the unrefined steel to reduce the carbon level. The presence of argon enhances the affinity of carbon for oxygen and thus facilitates the removal of carbon.
The corrosion of structural steel is an electrochemical process that requires the simultaneous presence of moisture and oxygen. In the absence of either, corrosion does not occur. Essentially, the iron in the steel is oxidised to produce rust, which occupies approximately 6 times the volume of the original material consumed in the process. The general corrosion process is illustrated here.As well as general corrosion, there are various types of localised corrosion that can also occur; bimetallic corrosion, pitting corrosion and crevice corrosion. However, these tend not to be significant for structural steelwork.The rate at which the corrosion process progresses depends on a number of factors relating to the ‘micro-climate’ immediately surrounding the structure, principally the time of wetness and the atmospheric pollution level. Because of variations in atmospheric environments, corrosion rate data cannot be generalised. However, environments can be broadly classified, and corresponding measured steel corrosion rates provide a useful indication of likely corrosion rates. More information can be found in BS EN ISO 12944-2 and BS EN ISO 9223
Generally it is 3-5 days if goods are in stock. or around 25 days if the goods are not in stock and it is according to order requirement.
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We have a professional laboratory,
And professional testing personnel.
Quality/Quantity Claims: The Buyer is entitled to make both quality and quantity claim in writing against the Seller within 90 days after arrival at the port of destination.
EN210 EN219 BC1 API UL ISO FPC CE EPD PHD JIS3466 GB
A: 1.We keep good quality and competitive price to ensure our customers' benefit.
2.We respect every customer as our friend and we sincerrly do business and make friends with them, no matter where they come from.
Yes,you can get available samples in our stock.Free for real samples,but customers need to pay the freight cost.
The possibilities for using steel in buildings and infrastructure are limitless. The most common applications are listed below.For buildingsStructural sections: these provide a strong, stiff frame for the building and make up 25% of the steel use in buildings.Reinforcing bars: these add tensile strength and stiffness to concrete and make up 44% of steel use in buildings. Steel is used because it binds well to concrete, has a similar thermal expansion coefficient and is strong and relatively cost-effective. Reinforced concrete is also used to provide deep foundations and basements and is currently the world’s primary building material.Sheet products: 31% is in sheet products such as roofing, purlins, internal walls, ceilings, cladding, and insulating panels for exterior walls.Non-structural steel: steel is also found in many non-structural applications in buildings, such as heating and cooling equipment and interior ducting.Internal fixtures and fittings such as rails, shelving and stairs are also made of steel. For infrastructureTransport networks: steel is required for bridges, tunnels, rail track and in constructing buildings such as fueling stations, train stations, ports and airports. About 60% of steel use in this application is as rebar and the rest is sections, plates and rail track.Utilities (fuel, water, power): over 50% of the steel used for this application is in underground pipelines to distribute water to and from housing, and to distribute gas. The rest is mainly rebar for power stations and pumping houses.