Tanggang foil alloy aluminum plate The company's export varieties have added new members. Recently, the Group Tanggang Foil Alloy Aluminum Sheet Company successfully developed and produced 7165 tons of American Standard A36 and Grade36 varieties of steel hot rolled coils and exported them to South American users.
American Standard A36 and Grade36 steel hot rolled coils have good welding, mechanical and processing properties, and are mainly used in the field of machinery manufacturing, with broad market prospects. In order to ensure the smelting and rolling quality of the steel grade, the Group Tanggang Foil Alloy Aluminum Sheet Company adopted a rational design of the chemical composition of molten steel to implement the control of narrow composition of smelting, and adopted a controlled rolling and controlled cooling system to make the physical and chemical properties of the batch more beautiful. The target requirements have increased by nearly 40%, fully meeting the needs of users. Among them, A36 steel hot rolled coil yield strength reached 353MPa, tensile strength reached 481MPa, elongation reached 35%; Grade36 steel hot rolled coil yield strength reached 358MPa, tensile strength reached 476MPa, elongation reached 37%.
The company also provides VIP personalized sales service for users. According to user requirements, the batch of coils is processed in separate volumes to facilitate users to arrive in Hong Kong. The secondary packaging of the products is strictly controlled and fastened by steel coils. The method ensures that the coil is packaged in full compliance with the export packaging requirements and always maintains a good roll shape during transport.
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