Color Coated Galvanized cold Rolled Steel Coil

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Color coated hot rolled steel coil takes hot-dip galvanized steel coil asits basic material. Factory adopts the newest technologies and the mostadvanced equipments to degrease, rinse, chemical transform the cold-rolledsteel coils or galvanized steel coils. Then we make primary and refined lavation
for the steel strips. We use worldwide advanced solidify furnace to solidify the coasting surface.This kind of color painted coils has excellent capability of decoration, molding,
corrosion resistance ability. It keeps the products with color coatings inflamboyant color for a long time.Nowadays, it has become the most perfect building materials in construction, transportation,
manufacture, light industry, office furniture, household electric appliances,
food package, and other areas all over the world.


1) Thickness: 0.2 - 1.5mm

2) Width:<1250mm< span="">

3) Lacquer: according to customer's needs

4) The color-coated steel coil is produced by hot-galvanized steel and color-coated with the paint produced according to the American standards

5) The combining force between the galvanized steel and the paint is very strong
6) The surface is polish

7) Coat fabric 2/2 (two coats for top / two coats for bottom)2/1 (two coats for top / single coat for bottom)1/1 (single coat for top / single coat for bottom)

8) Colors: white, black, sky blue, bright red, yellow

9) Can be used in building material field, galvanized wire steel tape and all other fields.


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