color Coated gAlvanized Cold rolled Steel coil

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Color Coated Steel Coil/PPGI/Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coils 

Standard: JIS,ASTM,GB,DIN.

Technique: Hot dipped Cold-rolled PPGI

 

Nominal Thickness: 0.13mm-1.5mm 

 

Nomina Width: 600mm-1250mm

 

Coil Weight: 3MT-8MT.

 

Zinc Coating: 40g-275g

 

Surface Finish: normal coated, embossed patterns, printed patterns

Color Coated Steel Coil/PPGI/Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coils :
1.Best price,high quality
2.12 years history
3.Special factory
3.ISO,SGS,BV

 

Feature OF ppgi steel coil /ppgi sheet :
1. The sheets excellent with weather resistance and color stability , long life span up to 25--40 years and 10 year free from color fading .
2. Decorative ability, bring the roof fantastic wavy look and multi-dimensional effect.
3. Good load-carrying ability and anti-impact resistance , the test show no crack happened after 1 kg steel ball drop from 3 meters on sheet.
4. Excellent corrosion resistance , free from corrosion of varoius chemical substances such as acid ,alkali and salt .
5. Heat insulation , the coefficient of heat conductivity is 0.325W/M.K, which is 1/310 of clay tile and 1/5 of cement tile , it can reduce cooling costs in your home or office .
6. Good fireproofing performance , according to GB8624-2006 fireproofing ≥class B.
7. excellent waterproof performance , no water absorb and seep.
8. Green and environment friendly , dont contain asbestos and any redioactive element , can be recycled.
9. Easy to install , 960mm effective width and customized length ensure fast installation .
10. Self-cleaning performance , it dont absorb dust and very easy clean by rain.

Prepainted Galvanized Steel Sheet   GradeChemical Composition %Mechanic Property
CSiMnSPT.SY.SE.L
x103x103x102x103x103MpaMpa%
JIS G3302 SGCC123041312148030013
JIS G3302 SGCH121021188680650
ASTM A653 CS.B2030603530386205~38020
EN 10346 DX51D+Z2921181.81135524538
G550206735177156548


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