Cold Rolled/Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil Made in China

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Standard: ASTM,GB,JIS Technique: Cold Rolled Shape: Round
Surface Treatment: Galvanized,Color Coated,Oiled,Dry Steel Grade: Q195,Q215,Q235 Certification: ISO,SGS,BV,CE
Thickness: 1.8mm-16mm Width: 1000mm-1600mm Length: according to weight
Outer Diameter: according to weight Net Weight: 23mt Packaging: Standard Export Packing

Product Description:

Zinc Coated Galvanized Steel strip

Thickness: 0.15-4mm
Le ID: 508/610mm
Coil Weight: 2-6 tons per coil
Technique: cold-rolled, hot rolled
Zinc Coating: 40-275g/m2
Applications:constractions, building,furniture industry and electrical industry etc.

 Production Description:

Products Namehot dip galvanized steel coil/Galvanized steel strip
Zinc coat40-200g/m2(as required)
Quality StandardSGCC SGCD SECC SECD DX51D+Z  DX52D+Z
SpangleZero spangle,regular spangle,normal spangle,big spangle
Surface Treatmentchromated and oiled, chromated and non-oiled
Applicationconatruction,Electrical appliance,furniture,carrying trade,others
WorkflowCoil loadingDecoiling→ Pre-straightening→ Buffering→ Fine straightening & feeding→ transverse cutting→ stacking→ cut sheets out
packageseaworthy packing, 4 eyes bands and 4 circumferential bands in steel, galvanized metal fluted rings on inner and out edge.Other as customer requirement.
Production Capacity30000 Tons per Month
LoadingPer container can be loaded 25 tons to 27 tons.
Port of shipmentTianjin port
PaymentTT or 100% Irrevocable LC at sight
Delievery time15--20days after receiving your deposit or L/C.

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Cold Rolled/Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil Made in China

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It contains less than 0.25 % carbon. These steels are hot worked and produced for beam and structural application. Low carbon steels are not hardened appreciably by hardening process of heat treatment. A decrease in carbon content improves ductility mild steels are used for wires, rods, thin sheets, solid drawn tube, boiler plates, steel joints, channels and angles, structural sections, drop forgings. they are further classifies into dead mild, and mild steel dead mild steel It contains 0.05% to 0.15% carbon. It is used for making steel wires, sheets, rivets, screws, pipe, nail and chain. It has a tensile strength of 390 N/mm2 and a hardness of about 115 BHN. there are many company which produce their products from this raw material like tube, pipe, S31803 Duplex tube fitting, pipe fitting etc
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Steel doors can dent easily and are usually cheaper in price. Whereas fiberglass doors cost more but are more durable to withstand weather etc. Steel doors show the effects of wear and tear more than wood or fiberglass doors do.

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