EXCELLENT HOT ROLLED STEEL PLATE

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EXCELLENT HOT ROLLED STEEL PLATE

Width

1000-1500mm

Length

1000-12000mm

Thickness

20-200mm

Standards

ASTMA53/ASTM A573/ASTM A283/Gr.D/

BS1387-1985/

GB/T3091-2001,GB/T13793-92, ISO630/E235B/

JIS G3101/JIS G3131/JIS G3106/

Materials

Q235B,Q345B

S235JR/S235/S355JR/S355

SS440/SM400A/SM400B

Technique

HOT ROLLED

Application

Steel structure,Shipbuilding,Bridging,Automobile chassis

Productivity

20000 Metric Tons pet Month

Another Name

hot rolled steel plate/sheet, cold rolled steel plate/sheet

Surface processing

You can Galvanized,coated,or as your request

We can processing

Customized Sizes, Galvanized And punching

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Payment terms :T/T ,L/C

Terms of trade :FOB ,CFR,CIF ,EXW

Minimum order : 10tons

Lead time :on or before 7-15 working days .

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ed like others have said yes you can and its relatively simple to do. ? is it steal you want or would to plastic they call it work. we've done several around here in central Illinois and we've done both. as far as putting boards under the metal we've only done that on one, usally you start at a bottom corner, work your way across the roof and up just as you do shingles, remember though unlike shingles these don't have any sealing strips, so under each overlap before putting the piece on you need to put a sealer bead on. the tubes from your local lumber yard work just fine. just remember dont hurry yourself into making mistakes and forgetting anything. i don't know if you have helpers but generally you can hire a high school kid to help put this on. it isn't really that hard.use whats called a barn screw to hold it onto your existing roof,( they are color coated, and have rubber gaskets) so no leaks where fastened unlike nails.
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