0.22*1200mm prepainted galvanized color coated PPGI steel

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Base metal

Hot dipped galvalume steel

Thickness

0.15mm-1.2mm

Width

700mm-1250mm

Coil ID

508mm / 610mm

Layers of the coating

2/2(2 layers of top coating/2 layers of bottom coating);

2/1(2 layers of the top coating,  1 layer of bottom coating);

1/1(single layer of top coating/ single layer)

Color

According to customers’ request

Paint

PE / PVDF

Thickness of the coating

15um-25um

AZ coated

50g/m2-275g/m2

Surface 

Film coverd

Package

Waterproof paper + polyethylene rush inhibitor,the antirust paper , the ring of defendse on inside and outside, steel belt, and the guard plate.

 

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