Prepainted gavanized steel sheets

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Galvanized steel sheet ( Hot Dip )
Thickness:0.15mm~3.0mm
Width:150mm~1500mm
Material :SGCH, SGCC, DX51D, SPCC etc

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Galvanized Steel Sheet ( Hot Dipped ) ( SGCC / DC51D+Z / SPCC / SPCE / SGCH / SGCD / ST02Z etc. )

Product

Steel Plate&Sheet

Standard

GB/T700-2006,ASTMA283/A283M-03,ASTMA572/A572M,JISG3101-2004,SS400,

JIS G3135-1986,SPEC590,EN10025/2-2004,S235JR or S235J2,E335 or S335JR…

Width

500-2000mm

WT

0.5 –60mm

length

2000—6000mm

Applications range

Construction plate,boiler plate,container plate,shipbuilding plate,all kinds of industries and manufacturing structural applications.

MOQ

5 ton / according to customers' requirement

Quality

good attestation of honour choosed by customers SGS

Supply capability

5,000 ton / month

Key to success

advanced technique and service and low price

Authentification

ISO9001:2008

Market

North/South America, Europe, Asia,Africa,Mid East,ect.

Packaging

Standard seaworthy packing / according to the customers’requirement

Port

Tianjin Xingang

Delivery term

T/T,L/C

30% deposit the balance before shipment,the balance paid by the copy of B/L OR L/C at sight

Delivery time

In 15 – 45 days after contract

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