Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel Roofing Sheet PPGI 0.4mm-0.5mm

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

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Prepainted galvanized steel coil, PPGI, PPGL, Prepainted galvalume/aluzincsteel, Color Coated Galvalume Steel Coil, Prepainted Galvalume Steel Coils, RAL color, 0.15-1.5mm, SGCC, CGCC, CGLC, DX51D, TDC51D, ASTM A653, CS TYPE, S280GO, S350GD, G550, JIS G3312, EN 10169 JIS G3322, ASTM A755/755M, comercial and structual quality

Specifications of Pre Painted Galvanized Steel Coil:
1) Capacity: More than 20, 000 tons per month for PPGI coil product manufacture
2) Standard: JIS G3302, JIS G3312, ASTM A653M/A924M 1998
3) Grade: SGCC CGCC, DX51D, TDC51D, ASTM A653 CS TYPE, S280GD, S350GD, G550
4) Thickness: 0.15mm-1.5mm
5) Zinc coating weight: Z60-275G/M2, G30-G90
Zinc coating: Z60, Z80, Z100, Z120, Z180, Z275, G30, G60, G90
Alu-zinc coating: AZ60, AZ80, AZ100, AZ120, AZ180, G30, G60, G90
6) Width: 600mm-1250mm, 914mm, 1000mm, 1200mm, 1219mm, 1220mm, 1250mm or according to the customer's request
7) Coil ID: 508mm-610mm
8) Coil Weight: 3-6mt, or according to the customer's request
9) Color: RAL, or customer sample color
RAL9016, RAL9002, RAL5015, RAL5002, RAL3000, RAL3020, RAL3009, RAL6005, RAL8017 etc.
10) Color coating type: PE, PVDF, SMP, HDP, etc.
Regular Polyester, Silicon Modified Polyester, Polyvinylidene Floride, PVDF, Super Low Gloss Polyester
11) Surface protection: PVC film protected according to customer requested
12) Min trial order: 25 tons for 1X20' per delivery
PPGI Manufacture

ThicknessWidth LengthColor Coating type
0.2mm-1.5mm600mm-1250mmAs your requestRALPE, PVDF, SMP, HDP, etc.
Coating Chief Feature

ItemThicknessTypeFeature
Laminated film50μ MPolyethyleneProtecting from scratchs and contamination
(option)
Top coat20μ MPolyester FluorineChemical resistance and formability
Primer coat5μ MPolyesterWorkability, corrosion resistance and adhesion to the primer coating
Chemical treatment1μ MChromateGood adhesion and corrosion resistance
Substrate0.2mm-1.2mmGI. GL, ALGI. GL, AL
Back coat5± 2μ MEpoxyCorrosion resistance and adhesion to the substrate
Characteristics:
20 years outdoor liability approved, Corrosion protection, Long life-time for coated color

APPLICATION:
Exterior decoration of buildings: Roof and wallboards of industrial, commercial, residential and public facilities
Interior decoration of buildings: Wallboards, ceiling boards, partition boards, fireproof doors
Building accessories: Window panels, signboards
Home appliances: Oil/gas boilers, rice buckets, portable gas burners, etc.


World wide customer satisfaction:
More than 50 worldwide customers none-risky experiences approved.
Yogic has been exporting steel coils to more than 50 countries directly. Our long term supply extends to USA, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, France, Poland, Greece, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Ethiopia, Niger, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Australia, New Zealand, etc...

Classified symbol

Yield Point Minimum N/mm2

Tensile Strength Minimum

Elongation Minimum %

Application

N/mm2

Nominal Thickness mm (t)

JIS

CNBM

0.25≤t<0.4< td="">

0.4≤t<0.6< td="">

0.6≤t<1.0< td="">

1.0≤t<1.6< td="">

G3312

specification

CGCC

CGCC

-205

-270

-20

-21

-24

-24

Commercial

CGCD

CGCD

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270

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27

31

32

Drawing

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CG340

245

340

20

20

20

20

Structural

CGC400

CG400

295

400

16

17

18

18

Structural

CGC440

CG440

335

440

14

15

16

18

Structural

CGC490

CG490

365

490

12

13

14

16

Structural

CGC570

CG570

560

570

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Structural

ASTM Designation

Yield Point Minimum

Tensile Strength Minimum

Elongation Minimum %

Application

Q/BQB 445-2004(China standard)

ASM A653/A653M

JISG 3312

ksi(MPa)

ksi(MPa)

TDC51D+Z

(CS TYPE A+Z)

CGCC

A653(M)-99 CS TYPE A,B,C

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Commercial

TDC52D+Z

CGCD

A653(M)-99 FS

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Lock Forming

TS250GD+Z

(G250+Z)

-

A653(M)-99 DS

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Drawing

TS300GS+Z

(G300+Z)

CGC 400

A653(M)-99 SS Grade33(230)

33(230)

45(310)

20

Structural

TS350GD+Z

(G350+Z)

CGC490

A653(M)-99 SS Grade37(255)

37(255)

52(360)

18

Structural

TS550GD+Z

(G550+Z)

CGC570

A653(M)-99 SS Grade40(275)

40(275)

55(380)

16

Structural

A653(M)-99 SS Grade50(345)

50(345)

65(450)

12

Structural

A653(M)-99 SS Grade80(550)

80(550)

82(570)

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Structural

 

Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel Roofing Sheet PPGI 0.4mm-0.5mm

Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel Roofing Sheet PPGI 0.4mm-0.5mm

Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel Roofing Sheet PPGI 0.4mm-0.5mm

 

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25MT, it is for one container.
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