Cold Rolled Steel Coil-SPCC 1.50m*1000mm

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50 m.t.
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25000 m.t./month

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1) Capacity: about 10,000 ton per month for steel strip/tape product
2) Thickness: from 0.20mm to 3.5mm, all available.
3) Width: from 15mm to 600mm, all available.
4) Grade: Q195, SGCC, DX51D 
5) Coil weight: from 50kg to 7000kg, all available.
6) Coil ID: 100mm - 508mm
7) Coil OD:500mm-1300mm
9) Tensile strength: 28.1-49.2kgf/mm2
10) Zinc coating weight: Min. 60g/m2, double side
11) Spangle: regular spangle, minimized spangle, zero spangle
12) Surface treatment: chemical passivating treatment, oils, passivating oils
13) Min trial order 5ton each thickness, 1 x 20' per delivery
14) Components: C%≤ 0.07, Si%≤0.03, Mn% ≤ 0.50, P% ≤ 0.025, S% ≤ 0.025, Alt% ≥ 0.02


APPLICATION

It is the based material for galvanized steel coil and pre-painted galvanized steel coil. It is widely used in light industry for making tank, furniture, pipe, refrigerators, washers, freezer plate, air conditioner, micro-wave oven, water heater, soot-such machine, electric rice cooker, electric roaster oven, dryers and automobile etc. In the other application industries, it’s mainly used for enameling, office furniture, burglarproof door, electronic element, fastener battery, hardware, automotive fitting etc.

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Eye to sky package: Anti-damp paper inside full wrapped with plastic film, iron sheet outside on wooden pallet in 20 feet container with 25mt.



 


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