Pre-Painted Steel Coil/Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coil  Width 900mm-1250mm

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1000000 m.t./month

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Product Description:

Prepainted steel coil

Specifications 

1.Standard: ASTM,GB,JIS
2.Grade : DX51D+Z
3.Thickness: 0.18-1.5mm
4.Width:914-1250mm
5.Top paint:20mil,Black paint:7mil
6. Technical/Surface treatment: color coated/galvanized/galvalume
7..Useage: widely used in construction,home,appliance,decoration,wear resistant steel,etc.

Advantages:

1. more than 10 years experiences in steel b2usiness
2. good quality 
3. competitive price
4. meet your needs via reprocessing
5. excellent service
6. short delivery time


Product :

Commodity :

Prepainted steel coil /PPGI /PPGL

Materials Grade:

SGCC ,CGCC ,DX51D+Z ,SGLCC

Thickness :

0.17-1.2mm

Width :

914mm,1219mm,1000mm,1220mm,1250mm ( can cut to strip above 30mm width )

Zinc coating :

 60-275g/sqm

Surface Structure:

Galvanized Or Aluzinc

Color :

 RAL No. or Sample color

Painting :

 Top : 5micron primer +15-20microns polyester 
 Back : 5-8microns primer epoxy

Coil Weight :

 2-6mts

Payment term :

 TT ,L/C AT SIGHT , USANCE L/C ,D/P

Shipment :

 20 feet container or bulk ship

Remark :

 We accept the third-party inspection ,such as SGS ,
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Pre-Painted Steel Coil/Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coil  Width 900mm-1250mm

Pre-Painted Steel Coil/Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coil  Width 900mm-1250mm

 

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