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  • Coated Sheet

  • Coated Steel Coil

    When the steel surface is coated with an additional layer of organic or metallic materials
    to protect from rusting, is called coated steel. Coil coating is the method by which a metal
    coil is coated in a continuous process prior to fabrication. The metal coil is brought
    through an uncoiler, a line-loading accumulator, processed and painted according to
    requirements brought through a finish line exit accumulator, and then rewound on a
    recoiler. Coil coating is the continuous and highly automated industrial process for efficiently coating coils of metal. Because the metal is treated before it is cut and formed, the entire surface is cleaned and treated, providing tightly bonded finishes.

  • Cold Rolled Coil

    Hot-rolled coil is produced from semi-finished products , which are reduced to certain
    thicknesses by rolling and annealing and wound into a roll. Hot-rolled steel is used
    e.g. for the manufacture of pipes, steel doors and tanks or is further processed into
    cold-rolled steel.Hot rolled steel is malleable at high temperatures, enabling it to
    be rolled into a variety of shapes. Hot rolled steel sheet and coil is a basic carbon steel
    product commonly used for applications in which dimensional tolerances and surface finish
    quality is not critical.

  • Cold Rolled sheet

    Railroad tracks and construction projects often use hot rolled steel. Hot rolled steel can
    often be identified by the following characteristics: A scaled surface—a remnant of cooling
    from extreme temperatures. Slightly rounded edges and corners for bar and plate products
    (due to shrinkage and less precise finishing.Cold-rolled steel refers to low-carbon steel
    produced by a “cold rolling” method and processed at near normal room temperatures.
    Cold-rolled steel sheets are commonly used for engineered products where tight tolerances,
    concentricity, straightness and coated surfaces are required.

  • Hot Dipped Galvanized Coil

    Galvanized Steel Sheet is defined as a carbon steel sheet coated with zinc on both sides.
    Galvanized Steel Coil Importer produces galvanized steel with two main processes: continuous
    hot-dip galvanizing and electro galvanizing. … This protection prevents corrosion of the steel in areas not covered by zinc. It is used for a wide variety of applications ranging
    from HVAC ductwork to gardening pails; household decorations to garbage cans. The spangle finish on the surface makes it visually appealing, but also makes it more durable and corrosion-resistant. Lower cost than stainless.
    Less maintenance/Lowest long term cost.
    Long life expectancy.
    Coating life and performance are reliable.
    Outstanding resistance to mechanical damage.
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  • Hot Rolled Coil

    It is a mill process that involves rolling the steel at a high temperature, which is above
    the steel’s recrystallization temperature. Hot rolled is also used for truck frames and automobile seat frames. For this application, the metal typically goes through the processes of pickle and oiling (P&O) before it is used to help prevent rusting and allow for painting.
    Cold rolled has a tensile strength of 85,000 psi while hot-rolled steel has 67,000 psi.

  • Hot Rolled Sheet

    Hot rolling involves the production of sheet metal from billets by passing the steel
    through rollers while above its recrystallization temperature to desired physical
    dimensions. Multiple passes through the rollers may be necessary to produce the
    final dimensions. Hot rolled products like hot rolled steel bars are used in the welding and construction trades to make railroad tracks and I-beams, for example.
    Hot rolled steel is used in situations where precise shapes and tolerances are not required.

  • PPGI (Pre-Painted Galvanized Iron)

    PPGI is pre-painted galvanised iron, also known as pre-coated steel, coil coated steel,
    color coated steel etc., typically with a hot dip zinc coated steel substrate. The term
    is an extension of GI which is a traditional abbreviation for Galvanized Iron.
    Pre-painted galvanized steel combines utility with beauty. It consists of tin, chrome, zinc
    or paint, which are the extra finish applied to the natural steel surface.

  • Tin Plate

    Tinplate consists of sheets of steel, coated with a thin layer of tin. Before the advent of
    cheap milled steel the backing metal was iron. While once more widely used, the primary use
    of tinplate now is the manufacture of tin cans.The primary use of tinplate is the manufacture
    of tin cans in which foods and numerous other products are packed, as well as for household
    utensils of various kinds.Tin has many strengths making it a desirable choice due to its
    corrosion protection:
    Fretting, which means surface to surface corrosion.
    Environmental, which refers to sulfur bearing environments that cause tin to tarnish.
    Decent contact resistance and excellent solderability.
    Potential for mirrors like aesthetic.
    Flexibility to use matte tin plating to achieve a dull finish, or bright tin plating when a shinier finish is required
    No known toxicity to life on Earth.
    Tin plating is the lowest cost choice as compared to its rivals up the food chain such as silver plating and gold plating.