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a.) Construction: roof, walls, garage, soundproof walls, pipes and combined house, etc.

b.) Car: muffler, exhaust pipe, wiper accessories, fuel tanks, truck boxes, etc.

c.) Appliance: refrigerator backplane, gas stove, air conditioner, microwave, LCD border CRT explosion-proof belt, LED backlight, electrical cabinets, etc.

d.) Farm: pigsty, henhouse, granary, greenhouse with pipes etc.

e.) Other: broken thermal insulation cover, heat exchanger, dryer, warm water device, etc.

Coating ingredients respectively according to the weight ratio from 55% of the aluminum and 43.4% of zinc, 1.6% of silicon composition.


Standard

GB/T14978, ASTM A792M, JIS G3321, EN10215, etc

Grade

DX51D-AZ, DX53D-AZ, SGLCC, SS255-550, etc

Thickness

0.35-2.3mm

Width

600-1270mm

Inner Diameter

508mm

AZ Coated

AZ 50-200

Coil Weight

12Tons max

Technology

hot dip aluminum and zinc

Post-processing

Chromated, Anti-finger printed, Oiled, etc

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