color steel coil/prepainted galvanized steel coil/PPGI for roofing and construction

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Packaging Detail:waterproof paper+steel sheet+outer/inner protective circles+side protective guard+wood pallet
Delivery Detail:within 30 days after received deposit or L/C at sight

Specifications

1.color steel coil
2.thickness:0.12-2.0mm
3.width:900-1250mm
4.certificate:ISO 9001:2008
5.manufacturer

Company introduction of color steel coil :

 

Shandong Luli Steel Co. Ltd, founded in 1993, is a holding company of Luli Group, located in Weifang city, Shandong 

province,China. It is a joint steel manufacturer with 2 PPGI production line,1 GI and Aluzinc production line,

15  different kinds of corrugated steel roofing sheet machines and 5 different kinds of load  bearing plate 

machines.Products have passed ISO9001 international quality system authentication.Leading products include: 

 

(1)0.12mm-2.0mm*900mm-1250mm*C prepainted galvanized steel coil

(2)0.15mm-2.0mm*900mm-1250mm*C hot dipped galvanized steel coil and aluzinc steel coil 

(3)0.30mm-1.0mm*750mm-1075mm*C corrugated steel roofing sheets

(4)0.80mm-1.2mm*600mm-720mm*C load-bearing plates

 

Products have exported to Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia with good reputation.Luli Steel Co., Ltd warmly welcomes 

all the customers to come to visit factory.If you are interested in our products,pls feel free to contact me.You could 

also add me on SKYPE or WHATSAPP to contact in time.Detail contact information as follow:

 

Contact person

SKYPE

WHATSAPP

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E-mail

Trademanager

Moble

Tel.

Fax.

Website

 

 

Production introduction of color steel coil :

Commodity

          PPGI/PPGL

Standard

JIS G3302, JIS G3313, ASTM A653, GB/T2518-88, GB11253-89,, BS, ect.

Grade

SGCC,CGCC,SGCD,SPCC,DX51D,DX52D,DX53D

Thickness

0.12mm-2mm

Width

900-1250mm

Coil ID

508mm/610mm

Coil Weight

3-6tons

Zinc Coating 

Z20-Z270g/m²

Color

sea blue,white grey , bright red or according to RAL color system

Thickness of coating

Top coating:12-25 microns,back coating:5-8microns

Technique

Cold rolled galvanized steel coil,galvalume steel coil

Surface Production

PE,PVDF,SMP,HDP,ect.

 Application

Roofing, Corrugated Roofing Making,Outside of the buildings,Structure,Wall, Deep Drawn 

Delivery time

About 30 working days after received client deposit or irrevocable L/C at sight

Shipment

Container or bulk

Payment Term

L/C,T/T

 

 

Production line instruction of color steel coil : 

 loading coil-uncoil-stitching machine-entry looper-first time alkali cleaning-second time alkali

cleaning-first time hot water washing-second time hot water washing-epoxy primary coating-primary coating drying-first time water quenching-polyester top coating-high tempreture top coating dry-second time water quenching-outlet looper-cut down-unloading coil-weighing-packing and warehousing

 

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