Prepainted Gavanlume Steel Coils

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prepainted galvanized steel in coils
raw materials: HDGI or HDGL
Thickness Range: 0.17mm~1.0mm
Width Range: 1500mm below

color coated steel coil

1). Standards: JIS G3302, JIS G3312, ASTM A653M/A924M, CGCC, EN10143, ASTM A792
 Material Grade: Hot dipped galvanized steel coil DX51D+Z EN10142

2). Thickness: 0.17~1.0mm.  Thickness tolerance:  +-0.02mm

   Width: 600mm~1500mm; 762MM/914MM1000MM/1250MM/1500MM

3). Surface Treatment: Ral color or according to customer requirement, With or without protect film
    Zinc coating: 50~275G/M2 color thickness: top side: 15~25um, back side:5~7um
               

4). Quality:  No Joint, No Bends, no spots, no roller marks.

     MTC will be provided with goods, third part inspection is acceptable, for example,  SGS, BV. Etc

5). Coil ID: 508mm or 610mm
    Coil Weight: 3~6MT as per client's requirement

6). Package: Mill's Standard Seaworthy Package. or as per customer's requirements.
7). Delivery: within 15~25 days since prepayment or L/C confirmed

8). Application: Widely used for roofs, outer walls, ovens, explosive-proof-steel, electrically controlled cabinets, and industrial freezers in the residential and industrial buildings,

household appliances, transportation, base plate, color coating, and so on


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