Color pre- painted galvanized steel in coil

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Color pre-painted steel in coil

The prepainted steel sheets are mainly provided for various commercial purposes covering architectural construction, electrical household appliances, transportation, etc.

The structure of prepainted steel includes finished coating, primer coating, chemical conversion coating metallic coating and cold-rolled steel.

Pattern: can be customized according to customers requirements.

Suitable for indoor or outdoor decoration, color lasting for at least 10 years for outdoor using, could for roll forming.

Protective film can be provided according to customer needs.

Paint: PE or PVDF

Width and Thickness: width within 1250mm, thickness from 0.23-0.8

Color pre painted steel in coil

ZINC COATING:G30

TOP COATING:5 MIC EPOXY+20 MIC PE, PROTECTION FILM

BACK COATING: 7 MIC EPOXY GREY

WEIGHT PER COIL:3-5 TONS                                                                                                        COLOR: RAL 9010 PURE WHITE

STANDARD:JIS G3312,CGCC    

SIZE:0.35*1200MM*C  

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