BMP Z15 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Shanghai
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
100 m.t.
Supply Capability:
30000 m.t./month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Structure of BMP Z15 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

 BMP Z15 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

Description of BMP Z15 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

Galvanized sheet or coil is defined as a carbon steel sheet coated with zinc on both sides. Continuous hot dipping, or electro-galvanizing are the two processes used to produce galvanized sheet and coil. Generally speaking, the hot dip process  consists of passing the steel through a bath of molten zinc. The electro galvanizing process consists  of  the  application  of zinc by electrolytic disposition.The result is a layer of zinc tightly adhering to the base metal through an iron-zinc bonding layer.


BMP Z15 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

 

Main Feature of BMP Z15 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

1. Resistance to Corrosion  Has better performance in corrosion resistance than hot dip galvanized coil/sheet of the same thickness and its service life is 1-5 times longer than general hot dip galvanized coil/sheet.

2. Machinability  Can satisfy the processing requirements of rolling, coiling and others processes alike. 

3. Thermal Resistance  Can sustain the environment at 315Centigrade for long time.

4. High Reflectivity  Reflection ability of heat and light is twice as much as those of hot dip galvanized steel coil/sheet, and its reflectivity is more than 0.75, exceeding 0.65 (required by the EPA Energy Star Standard), which is an ideal construction material of saving energy.

 

Applications of BMP Z35 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

Exterior decoration of buildings: Roof and wallboards of industrial, commercial, residential and public facilities Interior decoration of buildings: Wallboards, ceiling boards, partition boards, fireproof doors Building accessories: Window panels, signboards Home appliances: Oil/gas boilers, rice buckets, portable gas burners, etc. 

  BMP Z15 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

Specifications of BMP Z15 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

Standard

ASTM  A653,   JIS    G3302,   GB/T3830-2006

Grade

SGCC, DX51D, A653, SGCH, Q235B

Thickness

0.125-1.0mm

Width

600-1250mm

Base  metal

Galvanized  steel  coils,     Alumzinc  steel  coils, color coated steel coils

Zinc  coating

40-275g/M2

Coil  ID

508mm/610mm

Packing

Standard seaworthy export packing: 3 layers of packing, inside is kraft paper, water  plastic film is in the middle and outside GI steel sheet  to be covered by steel strips with lock, with  inner coil  sleeve.

Delivery

Within  10-30days  after  signing    contract

Price

FOB&   CNF&   CIF    price

Payment  terms

TT  or  LC,   Western  Union

Capacity

1000MT  per   month

MOQ

25MT/20GP

Usage

construction, the  manufacturing  of    cars,   ships,   containers  and    household  electric  appliances,other  industries  usage.

 

FAQ of BMP BMP Z15 PPGI Rolled Steel Coil for Construction Roofing Constrution

We have organized several common questions for our clients,may help you sincerely: 

1.Are you a factory or a trading company?

  CNBM is a trading company in this industry over 30 years, located in Beijing
2.Are the products tested before shipping??
  Yes, all of our PPGI and GI was qualified before shipping. We test every batch every day.  

3.What's your normal delivery time?

Our delivery time about 15-20days for standard sizes, if you have other requirements like hardness, quanity and width ,it is about 20-40days. But don't worry ,we also try our best for the delivery time ,because time longer and our cost is higher.


 

Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:Measures to prevent cold rolling of packaged cold rolled steel coils? Who can give some professional opinions oh?
In order to prevent rusting in the process of storage or transportation of steel roll, steel mills generally take the following packing: inner gas antirust paper wrapped with tape wrapped in plastic film sealing, intermediate, involute cardboard seal lining, cardboard corner, with iron and steel outer package corner protector, strapping fixed. If the inner package seal, so the steel coil is sank into the water, will not rust out.
Q:How does a 1911 react to steel casings?
steel casings go back to the early 1900's for 1911's. Most guns were always able to handle them and most of that has carried on. I would think glocks are a no no for steel for longevity but in the caribbean we have mainly steel casings and that's all we use. the 1911 is probably the most popular hand gun down there. I own one, and FM. Over 1000 rounds so far in her between me and my dad (previous owner)
Q:how strong is carbon steel?
Carbon steel is a generic term. There are many different grades of carbon steel consisting of several different components of various amounts, and there are different types of treatment the steel can go through that changes it's quality. Carbon steel swords are a step up from the crappy stainless steel swords, and other alloys. Sword quality completely depends on the smith. 200 layers doesn't mean there won't be any imperfections. Sword makers make mistakes, especially the lesser experienced ones. Look into the maker(s) of the sword you're looking to buy. Find information on them before deciding. Carbon steel is the steel to have, but that doesn't exclude good or bad quality. Sharpness will depend on the the steel and the smith.
Q:Consider an experiment in which an aluminum soft drink can and a steel soup can are left outside for a few da?
I'd expect appearance of reddish dots or stains of rust on steel, while aluminium should stay virtually unchanged. Explanation: Both materials oxidize in natural environment because of atmospheric moist, but in very different ways. As for steel, oxidation begins as reddish dots of rust which grow and become stains. Oxidation then progresses in depth causing decay of material, compromising its strength and structural integrity.
Q:HELP ME! Steel beam installation?
My okorder.com for help
Q:Are steel strings bad/hard for a beginner?
Steel strings are fine for a beginner. I learned to play on Steel strings and I have always preferred them to nylon strings.
Q:Does anybody have some column splice details for steel structures?
The refernce for Canada is S16-01 Limit states steel design My professor always taugth us shop weld field bolt if that helps
Q:How do you rate steel?
Grade 440C is capable of attaining, after heat treatment, the highest strength, hardness and wear resistance of all the stainless alloys. Its very high carbon content is responsible for these characteristics, which make 440C particularly suited to such applications as ball bearings and valve parts. Grades 440A and 440B are identical except for slightly lower carbon contents (0.60 - 0.75% and 0.75 - 0.95% respectively); these have lower attainable hardnesses but slightly higher corrosion resistances. Although all three versions of this grade are standard grades, in practice 440C is more available than the A or B variants. A free-machining variant 440F (UNS S44020) also exists, with the same high carbon content as 440C. Again this grade is not readily available in Australia. Martensitic stainless steels are optimised for high hardness, and other properties are to some degree compromised. Fabrication must be by methods that allow for poor weldability and usually also allow for a final harden and temper heat treatment. Corrosion resistance is lower than the common austenitic grades, and their useful operating temperature range is limited by their loss of ductility at sub-zero temperatures and loss of strength by over-tempering at elevated temperatures. Key Properties These properties are specified for bar product in ASTM A276. Similar but not necessarily identical properties are specified for other products such as plate and forgings in their respective specifications.
Q:How much is 18k steel and gold worth?
If you use a Gold Calculator you can find out how much it is worth.
Q:Chemical difference between steel & stainless steel?
There are many things in life that I wonder about. Being in the steel industry and selling stainless steel I have at one point in my life asked myself, why do they call it stainless steel? What makes it stainless? It doesn't take much to find out but here is a very brief synopsis of what makes stainless steel stainless so that you can check one more thing off the list in your quest for knowledge. Stainless Steel might or might not have been invented by a man named Harry Brearley in 1912. Steel has been around for hundreds of years but it hasn't always been stainless. Only after the exact combination of elements had been achieved did we start calling a certain type of steel stainless. His magic potion contained the keys to what is now called stainless steel. That being said, the true inventor of stainless is still an ambiguous cloud at best. However, this isn't a discussion on WHO invented stainless but what stainless is and how it's actually stainless. Here is a great article posted by British Stainless Steel Association in regards to the history of stainless as a whole, see here. So what is in this magic potion that makes a steel not stain or rust? As most of us know if you leave regular steel or metal out in the elements it will rust, oxidize, or stain. Why does stainless not stain? When Harry Brearley Brearley created a steel with 12.8% chromium and 0.24% carbon, that was believed to be the first ever stainless steel. Chromium is the element in stainless that improves the corrosion resistance by forming a chromium oxide film on the steel. This very thin layer, is what allows the steel to be impermeable to rust or staining and when placed under the right conditions, it can also be self-repairing to a certain extent. There you have it. The answer is Chromium. Chromium is the element when mixed w/other elements in the proper amounts to form the thin layer that protects the steel from rusting, staining or corroding. Hope that helps you in your pursuit of knowledge.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range