Galvanized Corrugated Sheet

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We specialize in manufacturing galvanized steel coil, galvalume steel coil, prepainted steel coil and galvanized corrugated sheets.

Nowadays our company has grown up to a collectivized company . We are grateful to the cooperation partner who`s grown with us all the way. We hope we could make more friends from all over the world. Under the joint efforts of both sides we believe that we will continue to achieve win-win results based on mutual trust and mutual support.

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Standard:
ASTM,GB,JIS
Grade:
DX51D+Z,JISG 3302,SGCH,SGCC
Thickness:
0.13mm-1.0mm
Place of Origin:
Hebei China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
YXD
Model Number:
GI Corrugated Steel Sheet
Type:
Steel Plate
Technique:
Cold Rolled
Surface Treatment:
Galvanized
Application:
Construction,Roofing Sheets
Special Use:
High-strength Steel Plate
Width:
750mm-1250mm
Length:
1250mm or under
Based Material:
GI
Material:
Hard/soft
Zinc Coated:
40g-150g
Spangle:
Zero/small /big spangle
Shape:
Corrugated
Galvanized Type:
Hot Dipped
Business:
Factory direct sales
Payment Terms:
L/C or T/T
Packaging:
Standard export seaworthy packing
Delivery Detail:
10-20 working days after receving your deposit

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:Fully seaworthy export packing with paper tube Each coil is wrapped in water-proof paper.
Delivery Detail:about 15 days after the deposit if the quantity below 500 ton.

Specifications

Corrugated gi/gl/ppgi Sheet
1.Thickness: 0.13mm-1.0mm
2.Width:750mm-1250mm
3. z40-z150g/m2
4.ISO 2000,SGS

our corrugated steel sheet:

                                                                       

GI Corrugated Steel Sheet

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Item

Specification

1

Product Name

GI corrugated steel roofing sheet

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Effective Width

650mm to 1250mm

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Thickness

0.13mm-0.8mm

4

Material

Aluzinc or zinc coating PPGI steel coil

5

Zinc-coating

40g/m2-150g/m2

6

Color

white,blue or any RAL colors

7

length

1m-11.8m according to the container

8

top color coating

12um-25um

9

Back color coating

7um-10um

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HRB

50-95

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Certificate system

ISO9001:2000

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base plate

hot-dipped galvanised steel sheet

13

Characters

light weight. Waterproof and fireproof and easy construction

14

Stardard

ASTM,JIS, DIN, GB

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