Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil/GT00818

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Model NO.:GT00818

Surface Treatment:Galvanized

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Packing:At buyer′s requirement

Standard:GB,JIS,ASTM

Origin:CHINA

HS Code:72123000

Production Capacity:50,000 mt/year

Product Description

Commodity: Hot dipped galvanized steel coil

Size: Thickness: 0.20mm to 1.2mm; Width: 500mm to 820mm

Surface finish: Regular spangle; Small spangle

Surface treatment: Chromated passivation

Zinc coating: Z08, Z12, Z18

Packing: Mill's standard packing for exporting

Usage: used in the industries such as construction ,cold rolling forming and electro mechanics manufacturing, household electric appliance manufacturing and etc

Standard adopted: GB/T2518-1998;Also we supply such steel strips according to JIS,ASTM standard to meet users'requirements.

Steel grade: Q195,Q195L,SPCC(Other material require agreement )

Equivalent standard: JIS G3302 1998 or ASTM A653M/A924M 1998

Price Terms: FOB, CIF Term

Payment Terms: T/T, L/C at sight

Delivery: 15 days after receiving your valid L/C/down payment  


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