HOT DIP Galvanized steel coils Z40-Z600

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Product Description:

 Hot dip galvanized steel coils

Specifications

galvanized steel coil
1.Thickness:0.135-4.0mm
2.Width:600-1500mm
3.Zinc:40g-275g
4.Material:SGCC,DX51D,G550,SPGC,etc.

product name

Galvanized steel coils

thickness

0.135mm-4.0mm

width

600mm-1500mm762mm,914mm,1000mm,1200mm,1219mm,1250mm

zinc coating

40g,60g, 80g, 90,100g, 120g, 140g,180g, 200g, 250g, 275g and so on.

standard

ASTM, AISI, DIN, GB

material

SGCC,DC51D,DX51D,DX52D,,SGCD,Q195,Q235,SGHC,DX54D, S350 GD,

S450 GD,S550 GD

spangle

zero spangle, regular spangle or normal spangle

surface treatment

chromated and oiled, chromated and non-oiled

packing

export standard.

payment

T/T, L/C or DP

min order

25 tons (one 20ft FCL)

coil weight

3-8ton or as client requirement.

 quality

soft or hard quality

 

Galvanized steel coils

 

 

STEEL GRADE

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION %

MECHANIC PROPERTY

C.B OF COATING

COATING

C

Si

Mn

S

P

T.S

Y.S

E.L

x103

x103

x102

x103

x103

Mpa

Mpa

%

d=0   180°

G/M²

JIS G3302 SGCC

12

30

41

31

21

480

300

13

OK

Z60-150

JIS G3302 SGCH

12

10

21

18

8

680

650

OK

Z60-150

ASTM A653 CS.B

20

30

60

35

30

386

205~380

20

OK

Z80-275

DX51D+Z

29

21

18

1.8

11

355

245

38

OK

Z80-275

G550

20

6

73

5

17

715

654

8

OK

Z80-275

 

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