Hot dip galvanzied steel sheet in coils

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Thickness:0.18-1.2mm

Width:680-1250mm

Zinc:40-140g

Spangle:zero spangle

Surface:chromate,skin pass, oiled/unoiled

Inner diameter:508 or 610mm

Coil weight:3-20Mt





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