High Quality Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil

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Hot dipped galvanized steel coil
1.Technique: hot dipped galvanized
2.Grade:SGCC,SGCD, DX51D+Z

Hot dipped galvanized steel coil

Thickness

0.13mm-1.4mm

Width

800mm-1250mm

Type

Plate and coil

Standard

JIS G3302

GB/T2518

ASTM A653M

Material

SGCC, DX51D+Z

Coil ID

508mm/610mm

Zinc

60g/m2 -275g/m2

Technique

Hot dipped galvanized

Coil weight

As customer's requirement

Application

Construction, shipbuilding, furniture industry, electrical

equipment

industry, vehicle manufacturing

Usage

1. Construction: roof, roof component, balcony, window,

newsstand, warehouse, heating installation, household

appliances, refrigeratory,

switch box, aircondition, microwave oven, copying-press,

electric fan, dust collector

2. Furniture industry: lampshade, chest, desk. Bookrack,

medical device

3. Transport industry: car surface, container, expressway

fence

4. Others: dustbin

MOQ

20 ton

Terms of payment

TT and LC

Delivery time

Within 10-15 days after receipt deposit or L/C

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