hot galvalume steel , hot dipped galvanized steel , galvanizing steel , HDGI ,

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Tianjin
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10 m.t.
Supply Capability:
100000 m.t./month

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Packaging Detail:mills standard export packing or according to the customers requirement
Delivery Detail:According to quantity of order

Specifications

1.0.15-0.6*750-1000mm*C 
2.ISO9001:2000 Quality Certificate System 
3.Zinc coating: 60-140g/ m2 
4.Stock:enough products

 

Product name

Grade

Width

Thickness

Zinc coating

Quality

Hot dipped

galvanized

steel coil

DX51D

SGCC

SGCH

750-1000mm

0.15-0.6mm

60-140g/m2

Full hard

or soft

Size

0.15-0.6*750-1000mm*C

Coil ID

508mm

Coil weight

3-6MT

Surface structure

Regular spangle, minimized spangle,zero spangle

Surface

treatment

Chromium acid passivation

Certificate

ISO9001:2000 Quality Certificate System

Exported countries

Southeast Asia,Africa,the European Community and the Middle East.

Package

mills standard export packing or according to the customers requirement

 

Providing capability

500000 mts per year.

 

Application

Automobile, Household application industry,Construction,Light industry


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