Cold Rolled Steel Coil SPCC DC01 SPHC DC02

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Standard:            

AISI, ASTM, BS, GB, JIS

Thickness:            

0.3-1.8mm

Place of Origin:            

Hebei, China (Mainland)

Brand Name:            

CNBM

Model Number:            

cold rolled steel coils

Type:            

Steel Plate

Technique:            

Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:            

Coated, Bright finish, Plating

Application:            

building and constructions

Special Use:            

High-strength Steel Plate

Width:            

1250, 600-1250mm

Length:            

as required

Coil ID:            

508/610mm

Grade:            

Q195~Q345,SPCC/SPCD/DC01

Coil weight:            

3-12 MT

Zinc Coating:            

30-275g/ m2

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Standard export seaworthy package
Delivery Detail:Within 20 days after received the prepaid

 



Cold Rolled Steel Coil SPCC DC01 SPHC DC02

Cold Rolled Steel Coil SPCC DC01 SPHC DC02

SPCC SPCD SPCE Cold rolled steel coil/sheet

Product details  

1,product nameSPCD Cold rolled steel coil/sheet
2,StandardAISI,ASTM,BS,DIN,GB,JIS
3,Executive standardsQ/HB04-2008(Cold Rolled Sheets and Strips)
4,InspectionISO/BV/SGS
5,certification ISO9001

6,material

 Q235B, Q345B, SPHC, SPHD,SPHE,510L , Q345A,Q345E

7,steel grade 

SPCC, SPCD, ST12, ST13, ST14/16, DC01, DC02, DC03, DC04, DC05, DC06,

8,thickness

 0.16-3.5mm

9,width

 900-1450mm

10,surface treatment

 coated&galvanized&bright/black annealed/unoil

11,packing

 Standard export packing or according to the clients required

12,coil weight

 5-10tons

13,Coil inner diameter

 508/610mm

14,coil outer diameter

  Max.Φ1500 or as your request

15,usage/main application

  transportation machine,Container Plate,chemical,building industry,automobile
16,Product Category galvanized,coated,spcc,spcd,spce,etc
 17,

Spangle State

 

regular spangle, small spangle, big spangle, non-spangle

18,Product FeatureHigh Surface Finish; Uniform coating thickness; High tensile strength(>600); Excellent atmospheric corrosion resistance,welding and cold forming performance; Leaf-shaped crystalline pattern; Beautiful Designed


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