Hot Dipped Galvanized Drywall / Surface Regular Spangle

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Specifications

  1. Drywall studs and tracks

  2. Metal studs and tracks

  3. Galvanized steel c profiles

  4. Hot dipped zinc galvanized.

  5. Surface regular spangle

  6. Easy to fix up

  7. All kinds of types

  8. Good rust-Proof function

  9. Drywall Stud & Track and Furring Channel /c channel metal stud 

Drywall Stud and Channel, for Ceiling Suspension and Partition Wall System.


Drywall Stud and Channel

Metal Profile, Drywall Stud and Track

Regular Specification for Ceiling Suspension System:

 

DU38 38*12*3000/6000*0.8 / 1.0mm

DU50 50*15*3000/6000*1.0 / 1.2mm

DU60 60*27*3000/6000*1.2mm

DC50 50*15*3000/6000*0.38 / 0.45mm

50*19*3000/6000*0.38 / 0.45 / 0.5mm

DC60 60*27*3000/6000*0.6mm


Regular Specification for Partition Wall System:

 

QC75 75*35*3000/6000*0.5/ 0.6 / 0.7mm

75*40*3000/6000*0.6mm

75*45*3000/6000*0.6 / 0.7mm

75*50*3000/6000*0.6mm

QC100 100*45*3000/6000*0.7mm

100*50*3000/6000*0.7mm

QU75 75*35*3000/6000*0.5 / 0.6 / 0.7mm

75*40*3000*6000*0.6mm

QU100 100*35*3000/6000*0.7mm

100*40*3000/6000*0.7mm


Application

 

1. used for the permanent constructional structure such as embankment, harbors, docks, retaining walls, anti-earthquake reinforcement project, flood gates, etc

 2. used for the provisional structure to seal the mountain, provisionally to retain the wall, to cut off the river, to cofferdam, to lay the pipeline and to ward off the earth, the water or the sand

 3. used for the flood-fighting and emergency rescues to prevent the flood, collapse, sink or sediment flow, etc.

Hot Dipped Galvanized Drywall / Surface Regular Spangle

Hot Dipped Galvanized Drywall / Surface Regular Spangle

Hot Dipped Galvanized Drywall / Surface Regular Spangle




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