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  • THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CARBON STEEL AND STAINLESS STEEL?

    Steel, a term that actually describes an entire family of metal alloys, is a versatile and common type of metal with a wide variety of applications and uses. There are many grades but most types of steel fall into two broad categories, carbon steels and stainless steels. Though they have the same...
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  • What Are the Uses of Square Tubes?

    What are the different uses of square tubes? Columns Fencing Entry gates Railing Decorative dividers Many industries value the advantages of square tubing due to its versatility. Like many metal products, square tubes have proven valuable, largely attributed to their performance, durability,...
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  • Application for Stainless Steel Pipe

    With so many different products like seamless pipes, welded pipes and flanges it might be overwhelming trying to pick which Stainless steel pipe to use for your business applications, or even what they can be used for in the first place. There are many different properties of each pipe that give ...
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  • Slitting Edge condition for steel

    As industries advance, the demand for slit coil to meet strict and precise requirements also increases. Steel coils must improve efficiency and productivity while exceeding rigorous industry standards. One way to meet this demand is through slitting and edge conditioning. Slitting and edge condit...
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  • Different Grades of Aluminum and Their Applications

    What aluminum grade should you use for your project? There are many different grades of aluminum available, and they each have their benefits. In this article, we will discuss the differences between 1100, 6061, and 3003 aluminum and give some other recommendations on what to use for your next pr...
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  • What is “cold rolling” stainless steel and other metal?

    Cold rolling is a work hardening process used to change the structure of metals and is often used to process stainless steel. Cold rolled stainless steel as a raw material has a wide variety of applications in medical, aerospace and automotive engineering. Read on to learn more about what cold ro...
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  • Industrial application of stainless steel

    Industrial application of stainless steel

      The main characteristics of stainless steel are corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance, so it is applied in almost all industrial fields. The main application fields are as follows [6-10]:   (1) Application of stainless steel in mould. With the continuous development of ...
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  • What’s The Difference Of 201, 201 J1, 201 J2, 201 J3, 201 J4?

    201 Stainless Steel Copper content: J4>J1>J3>J2>J5. Carbon content: J5>J2>J3>J1>J4. Hardness arrangement: J5, J2>J3>J1>J4. The order of prices from high to low is: J4>J1>J3>J2, J5. J1(Mid Copper): The carbon content is slightly higher than J4 and the co...
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  • What’s the 8K mirror stainless steel sheet?

    Because of its unique corrosion resistance, good processing performance and exquisite surface appearance, stainless steel has been widely used in many fields such as aerospace, energy, military, construction, petrochemical and so on. Polishing is an important part of the stainless steel plate in ...
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  • What are Cold Rolled Finishes?

    Cold rolled finishes apply to flat products such as sheet or coil, with thickness less than about 5mm and usually less than 3mm. They are firstly hot rolled into a strip (or cast into a slab which is hot rolled into a strip) and then cold rolled. Cold rolling reduces the thickness by at least 50%...
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  • What is the use of H65 brass?

    H65 brass tube Introduction: H65 brass tube in a non-ferrous metal tube, with strong corrosion resistance. While H65 represents a brass tube containing 65% copper. Brass tube is harder and harder to use, and high temperature, high pressure, can be used in a variety of environments. In contrast, ...
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  • How to maintain stainless steel building materials

    1. If there is dust on the surface of stainless steel and it is easy to remove dirt, it can be washed with soap, weak detergent or warm water. 2. The trademark and film on the surface of stainless steel shall be washed with warm water and weak detergent, and the adhesive composition shall be scru...
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