color coated galvanized Rolled steel coils

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Thickness : 0.14mm-1.2 mm
Width : 700mm-1250mm
Color : RAL code and as per customer
Zinc coating : 60-180g/m  AZ 50-AZ275

Hardness : Normal soft/ Semi hard/ Full hard

Pre-Paint coating: 12-25um

Paint material: PE/PVDF

Color: Any color 

Coil Inner Diameter: 508mm/610mm



Galvanized steel coil



The galvanized steel coil is made by cold rolled steel sheet, then trough chromated. unoiled, various spangles, hot dipped. The surface is coated by zinc or aluzinc. it is widely used as the raw materials of building. we have exported to midle east, africa, south america, ukraine for the good quality and best credit.




Thickness : 0.14mm-0.8 mm
Width : 600mm-1250mm
Color : RAL code and as per customer
Zinc coating : 60-180g/m  AZ 50-AZ275

Hardness : Normal soft/ Semi hard/ Full hard

Spangle: None spangle; Regular spangle; Big spangle

Surface treatment: Anti-finger/ None anti-finger

Coil Inner Diameter: 508mm/610mm





Topside: 5microns primer+ (10-20)microns polyester. Backside: 5-8microns primer epoxy.


The combining force between the galvanized or galvalume steel and the paint is very strong


The surface of Prepainted Steel Coil is normal or can be covered by film.


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