Prepainted Galvanized rolled Steel Coil -Blue in CNBM

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Brief Introduction of Prepainted Galvanized Steel:

Prepainted Galvanized Steel usually refers to have substrate processed with surface processed and coated then(roller coated )or bonded  organic thin film and baked, and it is able to be processed to final production .

Prepainted Galvanized Steel qualified with excellent decorative, formability, corrosion resistance, coating adhesion ,can keep for a long time as well as maintain fresh color .For color coated steel sheet  can obtain good economic benefit by steel belt wood ,efficient in construction and save energy ,prevent pollution etc. Which is an ideal material; for manufacturing board.

 

Description of Prepainted Galvanized Steel:

1.material : galvanized steel sheet / prepainted galvanized sheet

2.sheet thickness : normal use 0.3-0.6mm

3.length: any length, according to the transportation, generally less than 12m

4.color: standard color: red, blue, white, grey; special color: according to RAL color

 

Specification of Prepainted Galvanized Steel:


prepainted   corrugated steel plate

material

galvanized   steel sheet

prepainted   galvanized sheet

model   No.

types   of roof sheets

sheet   thickness

normal   use 0.3-0.6mm

length

any   length, according to the transportation, generally less than 12m

color

standard   color:red, blue, white, grey

special   color: according to RAL color

characteristic

1:weather   proof

2:heating   insulation

3:fireproof

4:anti-rust

5:sound   insulation

6:long   life span: more than 15 years

advantages

1.low   foundation cost

2.easy   construction

3.time   saving

4.labor   saving

application   field

1:construction:prefabricated   house, steel house, mobile house, modular house, villa, bungalow design, portable   house/carbin, ready made house, kiosk booths, steel building...

2:container   manufacturing

3:household   appliances and furniture

4:vehicle   and vessel manufacturing

5:others,like   machinery structual parts, manufacturing shells of motors and so on

packing

plastic   film, pallet or as your request

 

Applications of Prepainted Galvanized Steel

It can be widely used in transportation, light industry, civil usage and farming. It is also the perfect building material in construction for making steel roofing, insulation panel, corrugate sheet, facade wall, shutters, T-bar and home appliance.

 

Packaging & Delivery of Prepainted Galvanized Steel

The packing of coils consists of anti-damp paper, PVC film, hardboard paper, steel box, strapped with steel strips, fitted with locks and edge protectors and guarantees the optimal condition of the delivered goods. Each coil can be additionally fitted with wooden/steel skids(eye to the side) or wooden pallets(eye to the sky).

 

Images of Prepainted Galvanized Steel:

Prepainted Galvanized rolled Steel Coil -Blue in CNBM

Prepainted Galvanized rolled Steel Coil -Blue in CNBM


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