Colored Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel-Coil

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The production process has evolved from one coating and one baking to double-coating-and-double-baking, and even three-coating-and-three-baking.

The hot dip metallic coating process is also used to manufacture steel sheet and coil with coatings of aluminium, or alloy coatings of zinc/aluminium.

Metallic coated steel is cleaned, pre-treated, applied with various layers of organic coatings which can be paints, vinyl dispersions, or laminates.The continuous process used to apply these coatings is often referred to as coil coating.


Colored Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel-Coil

Colored Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel-Coil



Suitable for indoor or outdoor decoration, color lasting for at least 10 years for outdoor using, could for roll forming., conditioning, micro-wave oven, bread maker,Blackboard, white board,chalkboard, hidden cell blackboard,bulletin board.

Central heating slice, lampshade, chifforobe, desk, bed, locker, bookshelfgarbage can, billboard, typewriter, instrument panel, weight sensor, photographic equipment,coffin, fence, Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil

Product Specification

Paint: PE or PVDF

Color pre painted steel in coil

Thickness: 0.3-0.8mm

Width: 914-1250mm

Inner Diameter: 508mm610MM

Weight of Steel Coil: 3-7MT

Available Dipped Layer: 50-150g/m2

Standard:JIS G3312,CGCC    


1.Can you produce the goods according to the customer’s requirements?

Yes, of course, it can be customized according to customers requirements.

2.How about the color of the Pre Painted Steel Coil

The color of the Pre Painted Steel Coil has a very wide selection, like orange, cream-colored, dark sky blue, sea blue, bright red, brick red, ivory white, porcelain blue.

3.Could you tell me the package for the Pre Painted Steel Coil?

Usually Standard export seaworthy package: waterproof paper and steel trip packed and wooden case seaworthy package


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