Hot Rolled Carbon Steel Coil 235 Q195 Ss400 A36

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Standard: AISI,JIS,GB,DIN,EN,ASTM Technique: Hot Rolled Shape: Round
Surface Treatment: Oiled,Dry Steel Grade: Q195,Q215,Q235,400 Series Certification: ISO,SGS,BV,CE
Thickness: 1.5-15mm Width: 700mm-1300mm Length: according to weight
Net Weight: 23mt Packaging: Standard Export Packing

Product Description:

Q235 Q195 Ss400 A36 Hot Rolled Carbon Steel Coil
1. Factory
2. Thickness: 1.8-12mm
3. Width: 600-1800mm
4. Certificate: BV-ISO-CE-SGS


S tandard
           Steel Grade
EN10025S235JR,S235J0,S235J2
DIN 17100
DIN 17102
St33,St37-2,Ust37-2,RSt37-2,St37-3
StE255,WstE255,TstE255,EstE255
ASTMA36/A36M        A36
A283/A283M      A283 Grade A,A283 Grade B,
                        A283 Grade C,A283 Grade D
A573/A573M    A573 Grade 58,Grade 65,Grade 70
GB/T700Q235A,Q235B,Q235C,Q235D,Q235E
JIS G3106SS330,SS400,SS490,SS540,SM400A,SM400B,SM400C
 

1. Standard: AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS, etc

2. Dimensions: 1.8-25mm*600-1800mm*C

3. Mainly Grade: Q235/SS400/A36/S235JR/S355JR, St37-2, etc

4. Origin: China

5. Length: As per your request

6. Packaging Detail: Seaworthy Packing or on pallet

7. Price Term: FOB/CFR/CIF, According to clients requirements

8. Delivery Datail: Normally within 15-20 Workdays

9. MOQ: 23 MT per each size

10. Payment: T/T or L/C AT SIGHT

11. Authentication: ISO9001-2008, SGS. BV, etc

12. Tolerance: Mill's Standard

13. Bundle weight: Max. 5mt, Normally 2-3mt

14. Price: By negotiation on basis of actual weight or theoretical weight

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