Hot Dipped Galvanized Strip/Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel

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Model NO.:0.12-1.5*10-1250mm

Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, AISI, DIN, BS

Steel Grade:Q235

Certification:ISO, SGS, BV

Surface Treatment:Galvanized

Technique:Cold Rolled

Application:Flange Plate

Edge:Slit edge

Stock:Stock

Spangle:Large/Small/Minimized/Regular

Zinc Coating:60-275G/M2

Thickness:0.12-4.0

Width:20-600mm 600-1500mm

Coil ID:508mm/610mm

Base Materials:Cold/Hot Rolled Steel Coil

Surface:Chromated,Oiled.Anti-Finger Treatment,Phosphate Tr

Grade:SGCC,Sgcd,Dx51d+Z,S220gd+Z,etc.

Weight:1-8mt,Usually 3-5mt

Quality Standard:En10142/En10346/En10169/JIS3302/Astma755m

Export Markets:Global

 

Additional Info.

Packing:Standard Export Seaworthy Packing

Standard:0.12-1.8*13-1500

Origin:Zhengzhou China (Mainland)

HS Code:72104900

Production Capacity:100000mt Per Year

 

Product Description

1. Hot dipped galvanized steel description:
Hot dipped galvanized steel is typically a multiple step process that requires a metal workpiece to be fluxed in molten or aqueous zinc ammonium chloride before a layer of zinc is bonded to it. The pure zinc layer then turns into zinc oxide when it is exposed to oxygen, and finally zinc carbonate after exposure to carbon dioxide.

2. Hot dipped galvanized steel technical process
After cleaning and acid pickling, the steel coil is submerged in melted zinc, a chemical reaction permanently bonds the zinc. The zinc actually permanently becomes a part of it and the successive
Layers are a mixture of zinc and iron. Hot dipped galvanized steel is a special type of steel coil used
In a number of different applications within fabrication and manufacturing environments

3. Hot dipped galvanized steel flow chart
Decoiler--- Shearer ----welder ----pre-treatment ----entry looper--- annealing furnace--- zinc pot
---- air cooling tower ----water cooler--- leveller---- post treatment ---exit looper crimper.


4. Hot dipped galvanized steel main usage scope:
Hot dipped galvanized steel is widely used in home appliances, kitchen utensils, handicrafts, construction formwork, granary, revealed rain, chimneys, roof tile, fire shutter doors, construction
Industry, as raw material for the production of corrugated panels, fencing products, drywall
Panel profiles, ventilation systems etc.


5. Hot dipped galvanized steel advantages:

1) Low iron loss, high magnetic flux strength, comes up to the international advance standard
2) Slight thickness difference between the horizontal and the longitudinal direction, promising the high lamination factor
3) Processing Performance: Easily punched and cut, high dimensional accuracy
4) Insulating coating: Uniform color, good insulation, strong adhesively, high heat resistance, high imputrescibility
5) Smooth surface, no rust, no rolling marks, no cold lap, no crease, no bubble cell, no delaminating defects

StandardSteel Grades Application
GB/T 2518-200401Common commercial application
02For mechanical engagement
03For stamping
04For deep drawing
220,250,280,320,350For structural components
JIS G 3302-1998SGCCCommon application
SGCD1For stamping
SGCD2For deep drawing
DIN EN 10142-2000DX51D+ZFor common application and mechanical 
engagement
DX52D+ZFor stamping
DX53D+ZFor deep drawing
DIN EN 10147-2000S220GD+ZFor structural components

 

 

Hot Dipped Galvanized Strip/Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel

Hot Dipped Galvanized Strip/Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel

 

 

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