Hot Rolled Galvanized / Colored Coated Steel Coil

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Surface Treatment:Galvanized

Width:600--1500mm

Export Markets:Global

Additional Info.

Packing:Sea Worth Packing

Origin:China(Mainland)

HS Code:7210700000


Product Description

Name: Steel coil, GI, Galvanzied steel coil,

Base Material: Hot DIP Al-Zinc coated steel sheet (AZ)

Hot DIP galvanized steel sheet (HDG)

Coating Mass: Zinc: 60-275G/M2, Al-Zn: 60-180G/M2.

Thickness: 0.21-1.55mm

Width: 600-1250mm

Internal Diameter: 508mm, 610mm

Quality standard: EN10142, EN10326, EN10169,

JIS3302, ASTMA755M, GB/T12754

Steel Grade: DX51D, DX52D, DX53D, S220GD, S250GD, SGCC

Surface Finish: Normal spangle,

Minimized spangle

Skin-passed spangle,

No spangle

Surface Treatment: Chromate-passivated (C)

Oiled (O)

Chromate-passivated + Oiled (C+O)

Untreated (U)

Anti-finger treatment

Phosphate treated(P)

Weight of coil: 1-8 MT

Package method: Vertical, Horizontal

Hot Rolled Galvanized / Colored Coated Steel Coil



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