0.12-1.2mm galvanized sheet price metal roofing material galvanized corrugated iron sheet

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0.12-1.2mm galvanized sheet price metal roofing material galvanized corrugated iron sheet

 

 1> thickness: 0.12mm - 4.5mm

2> width:762mm/914mm/1200mm
3> length:Any length
4> basic material: Galvanized steel sheet, Aluzinc coated steel sheet, Aluminum steel sheet, Prepainted galvanized steel sheet, Prepainted aluzinc steel sheet

 

5> Zinc (Al) coating: 40g/m2 - 270g/m2

6> shape: corrugated/ trapezoid/Glazed  

7> mainly usage: roof and wall

8> Package: standard export package or as customer's requirement


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