Pre-Painted Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coil/China PPGI for Roof Sheet

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Prime CGCC RAL DX51D Z60 Z100 Color Coated Steel/ PPGI/Color Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil(China)

FOB Price: US $630 - 938 / Ton Get Latest Price
Min. Order Quantity: 15 Ton/Tons
Supply Ability: 5000000 Ton/Tons per year
Port: Qingdao, Tianjin, China
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union
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Standard: AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JISGrade: SGCC SGCD SGCH DX51D/52D/53DThickness: 0.22-1.0 mm
Place of Origin: Tianjin China (Mainland)Model Number: CGCC CGCL PPGI PPGLType: Steel Coil
Technique: Cold RolledSurface Treatment: CoatedApplication: Container Plate
Special Use: Wear Resistant SteelWidth: 750-1250mmLength: Coil Or Sheet (780-6000 mm ) can be done as your requirements.
Exporting Ability: 500 20ft container/each monthZinc Coating: Z40--Z180g/m2Painting: Front side paint thickness: 15-25μ M (bottom paint + top paint)
Sample: Offer Free Sample For Quality TestContainer Info: One 20ft container can hold 26tons MaxColor: As the RAL color chart
Coil I. D: 508/610 mmCoil Weight: 3.5-8 tons/each coilOther Poducts: Cold rolled, galvanized steel coils

Pre-Painted Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coil/China PPGI for Roof Sheet

Pre-Painted Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coil/China PPGI for Roof Sheet

 

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