HDGI/GI Hot-Dipped Galvanized Steel Sheet in Coil/GI Coil/G550/G90

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The main technology of Galvanized steel sheet is proceeding by the chemistry degrease and electroanalysis with the cold rolled steel coil and sheet ,clean the oils on the surface of steel, sufficiently heated to the proper temperature for zinc coating, pass by level up, strain rectify , and then passivation or annoit etc.. Hot dip zinc is in order to improve anti-erode and prolong the usage period of material, at the same time it can beautify the surface and add arty.

Our hot dip galvanized steel sheet is widely used in such field as light industry, electrical home appliances, motorcar and construction.

 

 

Base material:

 

cold rolled steel coil   hot roll steel coil

Steel type:

low carbon mild steel, extra lower carbon mild steel, low alloy steel, high strength steel

Zinc coating weight:

60-275g/m2, Al-Zn: 60-180g/m2

Thickness:

0.15-1.5mm

Width:

20-1250mm

Internal Diameter:

508mm, 610mm

Quality standard:

EN10142, EN10326, EN10169,JIS3302, ASTMA755M, GB/T12754

Steel Grade

DX51D, DX52D, DX53D, S220GD, S250GD, SGCC

Surface Finish:

Normal spangle, Minimized spangle ,Skin-passed spangle, No spangle

Surface Treatment:

Chromate-passivated (C),Oiled (O),Chromate-passivated + Oiled (C+O),Untreated (U),Anti-finger treatment,Phosphate treated(P)

Weight of coil:

1-8 MT

Package method

Vertical, Horizontal


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