Hot Sale Grade of Stainless Steel Coil for Constructions

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25 m.t.
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10000 m.t./month

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Surface Treatment:2b/Ba/Polish/No.4/8k

Certification:ISO, SGS

Technique:Cold Rolled

Standard:ASTM, AISI

Application:Industrial and House

Edge:Mill

Stock:Not Stock

Steel Grade:201/202/301/304/410/430/409

Raw Material:Bao Steel/Wuhang/Tisco

Width:20-1230mm

Thickness:0.2-2.5mm

Grade:201/202/301/304

Finish:2b/Ba/Polish/8k/6k

Export Markets:Global

Product Description

1. 15 days delivery
2. deep drawing quality
3. High strength
4. Minimal maintenance
5.Technique: Cold rolled
6.Surface treatment: 2B/BA/NO.4/POLISH/8K
7.coil Thickness: 0.22-2.50mm /circle thickness:0.24-0.8mm
8.coil Width: 20-1240mm/ circle diameter:145-560mm
9.Length: To be requirement
10.Edge: Slit edge / mill edge 
11.Payment: TT or L/C
12.Packaging Detail: Standard export packing
Note: We can produce for you according to your specification. We can produce other standard as the customers' requirement,

Product advantage:
1. High extensibility, easily welded, hard to rust, the best choice for making decoration pipe.
2. Continuous casting billet produced by refine furnace, no joint, annealed by Continuous bright annealing furnaces,
3. Good quality and reasonable price.

Application: Chemical, petrochemical industry, oil/gas, mechanical, plant engineering and construction


Hot Sale Grade of Stainless Steel Coil for Constructions

Hot Sale Grade of Stainless Steel Coil for Constructions






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