prepainted Galvanized coils of Ppgi Coils

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Our hot dip galvanised steels consist of a steel substrate with a metallic zinc coating applied by means of a continuous hot dip galvanising process. Metallic zinc coatings are available in steel grades ranging from steel for bending and deep drawing applications, to structural steels and high yield strength steels.

A glossy surface finish obtained under specific skin-pass conditions (either non-skin-passed or skin-passed with smooth cylinders to obtain low roughness) can be provided if required at time of enquiry.


Hot dip galvanised products offer excellent corrosion resistance combined with very good forming properties. The coating process can apply very thick zinc layers, up to 725 g/m?(total of both sides).


Our hot dip galvanised steels can be used in a very wide range of applications for industrial markets, both indoors and outdoors. Some of the most common applications are:

Building: wide sections for roofing and cladding, doors, door frames, metallic ceilings, partitions, structural members etc
Domestic appliances: all appliances for this sector (both white and brown goods) are manufactured with hot dip galvanised steels
Miscellaneous: electrical cabinets, aeraulic components, air conditioners, road signs etc

Zinc hot dip galvanised steel is suitable for contact with foodstuffs under certain conditions, as specified in European directive 89/109/EEC and French standard NF A 36-712-1. Please contact us for further information on this subject.


1) AVAILABLE DESIGNATION OF hot dipped galvanized/galvalume steel coils


Q/BQB 440-2003

JIS G3312-1994

JIS G3321

EN 10326-2004

ASTM A653-02a

EN 10327-2004



Commercial Steel






CS Type A/B/C

Forming Steel




FS Type A, Type B


DC52D /DC53D









S280GD (StE28)







S350GD (StE34)





SS340 Class1

2) Coated Mass OF HOT DIPPED galvanized/galvalume steel coils

zinc coat: 60gsm - 275gsm

Aluzinc coat: 60gsm - 150gsm




Workshop, agricultural warehouse, residential precast unit, corrugated roof, roller shutter door, rainwater drainage pipe, retailer booth


Door, doorcase, light steel roof structure, folding screen, elevator, stairway, vent gutter

Electrical appliance

Refrigerator, washer, switch cabinet, instrument cabinet, air conditioning, micro-wave oven, bread maker


Central heating slice, lampshade, chifforobe, desk, bed, locker, bookshelf

Carrying trade

Exterior decoration of auto and train, clapboard, container, isolation lairage, isolation board


Writing panel, garbage can, billboard, timekeeper, typewriter, instrument panel, weight sensor, photographic


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Q:carbon steel strength?
Ricki is correct. There is no way to tell how much carbon is present just from the term carbon steel. It comes in a wide range of grades within the general classifications of low, medium, and high carbon steel. What you'll get depends on the quality of the knife. As the carbon content increases, the steel becomes harder, stronger, and more responsive to heat treatment. It also becomes more brittle, so a **very** high carbon steel would not be the best thing for a machete. As Ricki said, plain carbon steels are not rust resistant. However, I have had a carbon steel machete for over 40 years and it's just fine. If you take care of it, it will last.
Q:Does the factory choke on my rem. 870 handle steel shot?
Remington 870 Full Choke
Q:Guns, Germs, and Steel?
i dont really understand this question but if it means to how it was before then it was absent because the native americans were not into technology so they obviously had no guns created that was something that they had traded to get from europe as for the germs i ddo not know about thta really except for if it means that common disease and one of the diseases most used in history books is malaysa from mosquitos but when they had traded with europe they got all sorts of diseases now for steel the only reason i remember them traveling for is for gold and i dont remember them ever looking for it until 13 colonies were established as you can see im not exactly sure about germs and steels but i know that the guns part is correct
Q:Remington 870 wingmaster steel shot duck hunting?
The biggest problem is the FULL choke on the end of the barrel. Steel pellets are harder than lead, so they find it hard to squeeze through the tight full choke. If you do it, you WILL either bulge or crack the muzzle end of the barrel. That is a fact. Newer model 870 shotguns with RemChokes can fire steel, but you have to use a lead MODIFIED choke to send a full pattern down range. Again, for the same reason I mentioned earlier - that the steel does not deform and squeeze itself through the tighter chokes as well. See photo link below at what your barrel will look like after a box of steel shot.
Q:Foam Steel Characteristics and use?
Foam steel [often steel foam] is used in applications that require light weight but high rigidity and strength. Watertight doors on modern ships are often made of foam steel. Pressure doors on aircraft are possible uses. As we keep striving for lighter weights in cars, foam steel might have some useful applications in bodies. There is a technical paper online that is in .pdf format that has a good discussion of the process and characteristics of foam steel.
Q:Steel content of kitchen knife any good?
Confusion Sucks. Why are you going into all this crap over the content of steel in the knives, your only confusing yourself. I recommend you go to a chef's supply or a good store that sells chef's utensil's and knows what he is talking about, and look at something that is comfortable for you. Chris
Q:surgical steel or sterling silver belly button rings?
Implant grade surgical steel is best. Surgical steel is not cheap. You must be looking at something else. And sterling silver shouldn't really be worn in piercings anyway. Have you ever cared for actual silverware or platters or anything? Notice the brownish film it gets on it? That's from you really want that to happen inside your piercing? That's bad news man.
Q:steel or aluminum on fixie?
This Site Might Help You. RE: steel or aluminum on fixie? On a fixie frame what should i get an aluminum frame or a steel frame
Q:What is steel used for?
buildings bridges automobiles elevators railroads and railroad equipment appliances and many many more. Steel is used almost everywhere. reference: Iron and steel are used widely in the construction of roads, railways, infrastructure, and buildings. Most large modern structures, such as stadiums and skyscrapers, bridges, and airports, are supported by a steel skeleton. Even those with a concrete structure will employ steel for reinforcing. In addition to widespread use in major appliances and cars (Despite growth in usage of aluminium, it is still the main material for car bodies.), steel is used in a variety of other construction-related applications, such as bolts, nails, and screws.[66] Other common applications include shipbuilding, pipeline transport, mining, offshore construction, pipeline transport, aerospace, white goods (e.g. washing machines), heavy equipment (e.g. bulldozers), office furniture, steel wool, tools, and armour in the form of personal vests or vehicle armour (better known as rolled homogeneous armour in this role). .
Q:i know stainless steel don't rust, does that go the same for just regular steel..?
There are dozens of types of steels, some stainless and some not. They differ a lot in their chemical composition and in how they're made (especially heat treating methods). They all vary in their strength, working properties and corrosion resistance. Regular steel (technically carbon steel--mostly iron, with a little bit of carbon) rusts quite badly if unprotected and in the right environmental conditions i.e. humidity/moisture. The iron in regular steel reacts with oxygen to form iron oxide--the orange/red stuff we call rust. Iron oxide is a loose and porous material which provides no protection to the underlying steel, which is why rusted regular steel will continue to rust. Stainless steel, in addition to containing iron and carbon, contains chromium as a component--and it's the chromium that is important for corrosion protection. To be fair, even stainless steel rusts but what happens is that it's the chromium that reacts with oxygen to create a microscopically-thin layer of chromium oxide. This layer is very tough and actually protects the uncorroded steel, preventing further corrosion. Broadly speaking, the higher the chromium content, the more corrosion resistant the stainless steel.

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