Colored Coated Galvalume Steel Coils for Building

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25 m.t.
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10000 m.t./month

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Standard:

AISI,ASTM,GB,JIS

Grade:

CGCC CGCH

Thickness:

0.17-0.6mm

Place of Origin:

 China (Mainland)

Brand Name:


Model Number:

GL-001

Type:

Steel Coil

Technique:

Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:

Coated

Application:

Container Plate

Special Use:

High-strength Steel Plate

Width:

750-1250mm

Length:

C

certificate:

SGS,BV,ISO

usage:

building roofing material

coil weight:

3-7 ton

coil ID:

508mm

base metal:

hot rolled steel coil

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:mills standard export seaworthy packing or according to the customers' requirements
Delivery Detail:30days

Galvalume Steel Coils/Coil

Product advantages:

A.high strength

B.strong soundess

C.well rainproof performance

D.continuous rolling

E.good corrosion resistance

F.easy to install and remove


Quality guarantee:

our company  attaches importance to quality management and assurance,it is equipped with sound testing means and has passed the certification of ISO9001 Quality Management System and SGS,BV verification


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With world high-quality galvanized,aluminum and zinc coated and cold-rolled steel coils as base materials.



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