Cold rolled steel coils and sheets

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Tianjin
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TT OR LC
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5 m.t.
Supply Capability:
5000 m.t./month

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Standard:

AISI,ASTM,DIN,GB,JIS,JIS G3302 ASTM 653M EN10142

Grade:

Q195~Q345

Thickness:

0.16mm~1.5mm,0.16-1.5mm

Place of Origin:

 

Brand Name:

 

Model Number:

Hot dipped zinc coating

Type:

Steel Coil

Technique:

Hot Rolled

Surface Treatment:

Coated

Application:

building and constructions

Special Use:

High-strength Steel Plate

Width:

1250,600-1250mm

Length:

as required

Zinc Coating:

30-275g/ m2

Package:

standard seaworthy export packing or as required

Delivery Time:

Within 20 days after the deposit

Coil weight::

3-12 MT

Coil ID:

508/610mm

FOB:

780-920

MOQ:

50 Tons

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:standard seaworthy export package
Delivery Detail:5-15days after recevied your L/c or T/T

Specifications

Thickness: 0.12-1.5mm 
Coil width:600-1250mm 
One weight: 2.0-6.0MT 
Surface finish : 30-275g/m2 zinc

Description

Prepainted color

coated steel coil

Executive Standard:JIS G3302, SGCC / ASTM 653M CQ/ EN10142 DX51D+Z
MaterialCGCC, CGCH ,CGC340-CGC570, CGCD1-CGCD3
Thickness0.16-1.5mm
SizesWidth600-1250mm
Coil ID508/610mm
Coil weight:3-12 MT
Zinc Coating30-275g/ m2
Color:RAL No. or customers' sample color
PaintingTopside: 5microns primer+15microns polyester, Backside: 5-7microns primer epoxy
PriceUSD780-840/Mt
Payment Term1) Payment term : T/T ;L/C;D/P   2) Trade Terms : FOB / CFR /CIF
3) Minimum quantity of order : 5 MT
Packagestandard seaworthy export packing or as required
Delivery TimeWithin 20 days after the deposit
Applicationoffice furniture, household electric appliances, food package
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Origin:China
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Export Markets:North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia, Western Europe

 

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