Hot-dip Galvanized Steel Sheet

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Hot dip galvanized steel coil

Our Specification:

Product name

Hot dip galvanized steel coil

thickness

0.13mm-2.0mm

width

600mm-1500mm

900mm,914mm,1000mm,1200mm,1250mm,1500mm

zinc coating

30g-225g

standard

ASTM, AISI, DIN, GB

material

SGCC,DC51D,DX51D,DX52D,SPCC,SGCD,Q195,SGHC

surface structure

zero spangle, regular spangle or normal spangle

surface treatment

Mini/regular/ big/zero spangle,Chromate treatment

L/Y/LY/GZ

packing

Standard seaworthy export package

payment

T/T,D/P or L/C

min order

25 ton/tons

delivery  time

within 15-20 days upon receipt original L/C or prepaid money

Our Application:

Construction

the building roof plate, roof grille etc.

Light industry

the home appliances with its shell, civil chimneys, kitchen appliances etc.

Automobile

corrosion resistant parts of car etc.

Farming livestock and fishing

food storage tools; frozen processing equipment of meat and aquatic products etc.

Commerce

storage and transportation of materials, packaging equipment etc.

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