Corrugated steel sheet

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Corrugated steel sheet is the colored steel plate which has been wave formed with the cold rolling treatment, trough especial coated dispose, the color coated steel panel’s guaranty is 12-15 years.

It has been widely applied on civil construction like storerooms, special building roof and walls of wide-span steel structure building and so on.

Pressing steel panel with the clear line, and many colors for choice, suitable for any different building style materials, achieving satisfy effects;

Pressing steel panel can be freely incised, it can satisfy the especially designing demands. It apply on convenient construction, and anti-seismic performance, fire proof, waterproof, free of  maintenance, ect.

CORRUGATED HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED STEEL SHEETS

THICKNESS TOLERANCE: (+/-0.01mm)        

ZINC COATING: 50g/m2

WIDTH: 900mm (AFTER FORMING)                    

STANDARD:JIS G 3302, SGCH          

SURFACE:REGULAR SPANGLE, CHROMATED, DRY      

PACKAGE: 2- 3 TON/PALLET

SPECS:  0.18mm X 900mm X 2000mm

Specifications

1. Zinc coating :60-180g( as required)

2. thickness:0.14-0.80mm

3. width:700-1250mm( 750mm,900mm,1215mm,1250mm,1000mm the most common)

6. surface:regular/mini/zero spangle, chromated, skin pass, dry etc.

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