DOUBLE-COATED PREPAINTED GALVANIZED STEEL COILS

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DOUBLE-COATED PREPAINTED GALVANIZED STEEL COILS

THICKNESS:0.95mm(-/+0.02mm)
WIDTH:1250mm(0/+5mm)
ZINC COATING:60g/m2  (-/+10g/m2)
COLOR: ACCORDING TO COLOR SAMPLE.
TOP COATING:5+13 MICRON, BACK COATING:5+13 MICRON; (-/+2MICON)
COIL WEIGHT:3-5 ton
STANDARD:JIS G 3312
STEEL GRADE:CGCC
COIL ID:508mm

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