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  G1 - AS1397 Hot Dip 55% Al-Zn Coated Steel Coil

Grade

GB/T-12754: 2006, JIS3302, EN 10142, ASTM A653, JIS G3302,

SGCC/SGCH, GB/T2518, European Standard, ASTM A792, JIS G3321, JIS G3317

BASE PLATE

Cold rolled steel sheet, hot dipped zinc coated steel sheet

hot dipped A-Z coated steel sheet

EQUIPMENT

Double coating double baking;

CAPACITY

5000Mt/week

SIZE

Thickness 0.18mm—2mm, width 40mm—1250mm

ZINC COATING

40g-275g /m2

PAINT THICKNESS

Top:20+-5um, back:5-7um

COIL WGT

3Mt - 8Mt

COIL ID

φ508mm,φ610mm

BASE SHEET

Cold rolled steel sheet, hot dipped zinc coated steel sheet

(small, regular or zero spangle),

hot dipped A-Z coated steel sheet

SURFACE PAINT

EP, PE, HDP, SMP, PVDF

COLOR SERIES

RAL color number series



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