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36 Inch Stainless Steel Decoration Ball Sculpture for Sale
Our company is located in Foshan, Guangdong in mainland China and have been intending for providing all kinds of products, covering from stainless steel, stainless steel balls to related accessories, for our customers worldwide.Our products have been favored by many customers and companies throughout the world for years. Having acquired the name of your company, we regard you as a strong and also strongly favored one on your local market. In the future, we hope that we could collaborate and cooperate, and utilize strengths on both parts in the hope of further interest.
A:In most cases, varying the design will result in minimal variations in price. Customising would mean the cost of creating a new template, changes in laser cutting time, and re-formatting our machines usually contributes to a re-size fee.
Q: Do you customize?
A:Yes, the majority of our business is either using our in-house designs, or further developing your own designs presented to us. We can modify by re-scaling, re-sizing, adding signage / script etc.
Q: Can I choose a specific rust color or pattern?
A:Each product has its own unique character and finish. The color variations are part of the intentional design and, being an organic process, it cannot be controlled.
SAE International, as a standards organization, maintains several alloy numbering systems, one of which, for steel grades, is the SAE steel grades system.
In the 1930s and 1940s the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) and SAE were both involved in efforts to standardize such a numbering system for steels. These efforts were similar and overlapped significantly. For several decades the systems were united into a joint system designated the AISI/SAE steel grades. In 1995 the AISI turned over future maintenance of the system to SAE because the AISI never wrote any of the specifications.
Today steel quotes and certifications commonly make reference to both SAE and AISI, not always with precise differentiation. For example, in the alloy/grade field, a cert might say "4140", "AISI 4140", or "SAE 4140", and in most light-industrial applications any of the above is accepted as adequate, and considered equivalent, for the job at hand, as long as the specific specification called out by the designer (for example, "4140 bar per ASTM-A108" or "4140 bar per AMS 6349") is certified to on the certificate. The alloy number is simply a general classifier, whereas it is the specification itself that narrows down the steel to a very specific standard.
Grade 304 is the standard "18/8" stainless; it is the most versatile and most widely used stainless steel, available in a wider range of products, forms and finishes than any other. It has excellent forming and welding characteristics. The balanced austenitic structure of Grade 304 enables it to be severely deep drawn without intermediate annealing, which has made this grade dominant in the manufacture of drawn stainless parts such as sinks, hollow-ware and saucepans. For these applications it is common to use special "304DDQ" (Deep Drawing Quality) variants. Grade 304 is readily brake or roll formed into a variety of components for applications in the industrial, architectural, and transportation fields. Grade 304 also has outstanding welding characteristics. Post-weld annealing is not required when welding thin sections.
Physical capability of stainless steel balls
100,000 - 180,000 psi
100,000 - 180,000 psi
50,000 - 150,000 psi
50,000 - 150,000 psi
55 - 60%
Modulus of Elasticity
286 lbs/cubic inch
|AISI Number||C %||Si %||Mn %||Cr %||Ni %||Mo %||P %||S %||Character|
|AISI 302||0.15 Max||1.00 Max||2.00 Max||17.0~ 19.0||8.0~ 10.5||0.045 Max||0.03 Max||Slightly magnetic Austinitic|
|AISI 304||0.07 Max||1.00 Max||2.00 Max||17.0~ 19.0||8.50~ 10.5||0.045 Max||0.03 Max||Slightly magnetic Austinitic|
|AISI 316||0.07 Max||1.00 Max||2.00 Max||16.5~ 18.5||10.5~ 13.5||2000~ 2.50||0.045 Max||0.03 Max||Non magnetic Austinitic Excellent corrosion resistance|
|AISI 420J||0.17~ 0.25||1.00 Max||1.00 Max||12.0~ 14.0||0.045 Max||0.03 Max||magnetic Hardenable HRC 48 Min fair corrosion resistance|
|AISI 430||0.08 max||1.00 Max||1.00 Max||15.5~ 17.5||0.045 Max||0.03 Max||fair- good corrosion resistance|
|AISI 440C||0.95~ 1.20||1.00 Max||1.00 Max||16.0~ 18.0||0.40~ 0.80||0.04 Max||0.02 Max||fair corrosion resistance Hardenable HRC 58 Min|
Thick and standard wooden case with metal junction and nails. Pallet on the bottom.
Thick plastic or soft shockproof foam to avoid scratches on the surface of the product;
Cushioning tire on the bottom to prevent the item moving or tumbling or leaving dents on the product in case of rough transport.
Modes of Shipment
Ground, Ship and Air
Land or "ground" shipping can be by train or by truck. Ground transport is typically more affordable than air, but more expensive than sea especially in developing countries like India, where inland infrastructure is not the most effective way.
Shipment of cargo by trucks, directly from the shipper's place to the destination, is known as a door to door shipment and more formally as multimodal transport. Trucks and trains make deliveries to sea and air ports where cargo is moved in bulk.
Cargo was transported by air in specialized cargo aircraft and in the luggage compartments of passenger aircraft. Air freight is typically the fastest mode for long distance freight transport, but also the most expensive.