High Quality Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils(GI / GL / PPGI / PPGL)

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Packaging Detail:mill's standard packing,sea worthy packing,steel pallets
Delivery Detail:within 15-30 days after received the deposit or the LC at sight

Specifications

hot dipped galvanized steel coils 
1.FOB:650-1000SUSD/TON 
2.size:0.13-0.6mm*750-1250mm*C 
3.zinc coating:50-220gsm 
4.chromate

hot dipped galvanized steel coils

 

NAME

 

PPGI

 

GALVANIZED

 

 

GALVALUME/ALUZINC

 

CERTIFICATE

ISO9001:2008





 

 

GRADE

 

 

CGCC

CGCH

CGCD1-CGCD3

CGC340-CGC570

GRADE

 

 

SS GRADE33-80

SGCC

SGCH

SGCD1-SGCD3

SGC340-SGC570

SGCC

DX51D

GRADE33-80

SGLCC

SGLCD

SGLCDD

SGLC400-SGLC570

SZACC

SZACH

SZAC340R

MODEL NO

0.16MM-0.8MM*1250MM OR UNDER

(0.127-1.2*1250MM OR UNDER

0.12MM-2MM*1250MM OR UNDER

 

 

TYPE

 

 

 

 

Steel coil

Steel sheets/plates

Corrugated steel sheets/plates

 

Steel coil

Steel sheets/plates

Corrugated steel sheets/plates

 

Steel coil

Steel sheets/plates

Corrugated steel sheets/plates

 

 

TECHNIQUE

 

Ccold rolled

-galvalume /galvanized

-PPGI/PPGL

Cold rolled

- galvanized

 

Cold rolled

-galvalume /Aluzinc

 

SURFACE

TREATMENT

Mini/regular/big/zero spangle,

Chromate treatment /chromate-free treatment /untreated unoile/oiled,

TENSION LEVELLERT SKIN PASS anti-fingerprint/un-anti-fingerprint,

Coating,color

 

Mini/regular/big/zero spangle,

Chromate treatment /chromate-free treatment /untreated unoile/oiled,

TENSION LEVELLERT SKIN PASS anti-fingerprint/un-anti-fingerprint,

Coating

 

APPLICATION

Structural use ,roofing, commercial use, household appliance, industry, family

 

 

SPECIAL

APPLICATION

Wear resistant steel, high- strength - steel plate


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