Aluminized&Galvanized Color Coated sheet /PPGI with Super Quality/Color Coated coil/Zinc Plate

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Galvanized Color Coated sheet Specifications

Prepaint Alu-zinc Steel Coil
.Thicknee:0.10-1.20mm
.Width:700-1250mm
.Good quality and service
.Standard  seaworthy packing

Aluminized&Galvanized Color Coated Steel

. It is coated with organic layer, which provides higher anti-corrosion property and a longer lifespan than that of galvanized steel sheets.

. The base metals for Prepainted Steel Coil consist of cold rolled, galvanized steel coil.The finish coats of Prepainted Steel Coil can be classified into groups as follows: polyester(PE), silicon modified polyesters(SMP), polyvinylidene fluoride(PVDF), high-durability polyester(HDP), etc.


 Pre-Painted Alu-zinc Steel Coil

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Galvanized Color Coated Steel Coil/Sheet

Thicknees0.16-1.2 mmWidth600-1250mm
Zinc CoatingAZ30-AZ150g/m2Coil Weight(Min or Max)3-8 tons
Coil Inner Diameter508mm610mmCoil Outer Diameter(Max)
 Color Ral Color      As Customers' requirement
Surface FinishNormal CoatedEmbossedPrinted
Category Of Finish CoatingHigh-durability PolyesterSilicon Modified Polyesters
Polyvinylidene FluoridePolyester
Anti-staticEasy-Cleaning
Coating TypeTop SurfaceBottom Surface
Double CoatedDouble Coated
Double CoatedSingle Coated
Coating ThicknessTop Surface:Back Surface:
Coating StructurePrimerFinish Coating
Epoxy PrimerPolyester
Polyester PrimerSilicon Modified Polyesters
Water-soluble Acrylic Acid PrimerHigh-durability Polyester
Polyurethane PrimerPolyvinylidene Fluoride
Futher ProcessCut coil into SheetCorrugated Roofing Sheet

Applications




construction

workshop,  agricultural warehouse,  residential precast unit,  corrugated roof,  

wall,  rainwater drainage pipe,  terrace,  retailer booth,  roller shutter door

door,  doorcase,  light steel roof structure,  folding screen,  ceiling,  elevator,  

stairway,  vent gutter

Electrical appliance

refrigerator,  washer,  switch cabinet,  instrument cabinet,  air conditioning,  

micro-wave oven,  bread maker

Furniture

central heating slice,  lampshade,  chifforobe,  desk,  bed,  locker,  bookshelf

Carrying trade

exterior decoration of auto and train,  clapboard,  container,  

isolation lairage,  isolation board



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