color coated galvanized steel coil for making roofing tile

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1.Hardness:HRB60-85
2.Grade:ASTMA653,ASTMA792,JIS G3302 SGCC,DX51D-Z
3.Thickness:0.15-1.6mm
4.Width:800-1250mm
5.Z60-Z180

Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil 
TDC52D+Z 
Thickness:0.13-8mm 
Width:1350mm 
Zinc coating and Polyester Coating:By the Buyer

Commodity Name: Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil

Standard: AISI, ASTM, DIN, GB, JIS   

Grade: TDC52D+Z   

Thickness 0.13-8.0mm  

Width:600mm-1350mm

Zinc Coating:275g/m2

Polyester Coating Thickness:Top and Back coating thickness depend by Buyer Requirement.

Polyester Coating Type:2/2,1/2m,1/2.

Polyester Type: Polyester, silicone modified polyester, high durability polyester (HDP), polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF)

Unit Roll Weight:5-20tons

Place of Origin Shanghai , China (Mainland)  

Surface Treatment :Color Coated

Manufacture Progress:HRC-CRC-GALVANIZED-COLOR COATED  

Application : Construction, electrical, transportation, steel plant, composite board plant, steel tile factory  

Payment & Shipping Terms:T/T ,L/C, and FOB CHINA 

Minimum Order Quantity: 25Tons  

Packge Type: Moisture-proof paper inner,Steel outside,Bundle by steel rope.

Package in Container : Wood as a foot pad, wire rope reinforcement,PPGI steel coil tied together by steel rope.

 

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