Prepainted Steel Coil PPGI ((0.16-1.2)*(900-1250))

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We are specialized in types of hot dipped galvanized, galvalume, prepainted steel products, corrugated steel sheet, etc.
Poduce Name: Prepainted Hot Dipped Steel Coil
Standard: JIS G3302, JIS G3312, ASTM A653M/A924M 1998
Grade: Q195 - Q235 and 08AL, SPCC, SPCD, SPCE, 08.10.15, SGCC (DX51D+Z) SGCD(DX52D+Z) etc.
Surface treatment: Chromated, unoiled/oiled, bright finished, spangle, fingerprint resistance.
Surface protection: PE, PVDF, SMP, HDP, etc.
Thickness: 0.20mm-2.0mm
Width: 1000mm, 1200mm, 1250mm, 1500mm, or according to your request.
Zinc coating: 80g-275GSM
Coil weight: 3-27 tons
Paint: Polyester silicon modified polyester, PVC sol, polyvinylidene chloride
Colour: RAL, or other series.

Application:
Architectural applications: Outdoor construction: Roof, the roof structure, balcony panels, water downpipe, window frames, gates, garage doors, roller shutter doors, kiosks, shutters, guard room, shower enclosure, refrigerated trucks and so on.
Indoor applications: Door, partitions, door frames, housing, light steel structure, sliding doors, screens, ceilings, bathroom interior, the elevator built, the elevator vestibule and so on.

Electrical Appliances: Refrigerators, frozen food display cabinets, washing machines, electric ovens, vending machines, air conditioners, copiers, switchgear, instrument cabinets, electric fans, vacuum cleaners and so on.
Transport: Car ceiling, backplane, hoardings, interior trim panels, car shell, trunk panels, car dashboard, console shell, tram, train ceiling, partitions, wall, door, ships separated Swatchesdoors, furniture board, flooring, container, etc.
Sheet metal processing and furniture applications: Ventilation and heating stoves, water heaters, shell, counters, shelves, signs, wardrobe, desk, bedside cabinets, chairs, lockers, file cabinets, bookshelves.
Exact Rate As Per Your Request.

Color coated similar grades comparison table
JISG 3312-1994
Q/BQB 440-2003
TDC51D(TSt01,TSt02,TSt03)CGCC
TDC52DCGCD1
TDC53D-
TS280GD(TStE28)CGC400
TS350GD(TStE34)CGC440
TS550GDCGC570
TSECC ,TBLCE-
TSECD ,TBLDE-
TSECE ,TBUSDE-
Q/BQB 445-2004AS 2728-1997a(AS 1397-2001)JISG 3322-1998
TDC51D+AZ(G2+AZ)CGLCC
TDC52D+AZ(G3+AZ)CGLCD
TS250GD+AZ(G250+AZ)-
TS300GS+AZ(G300+AZ)-
TS350GD+AZ(G350+AZ)CGLC490
TS550GD+AZ(G550+AZ)CGLC570
The coating surface structure classification
classificationitemcode
applicationBuilding ExteriorJW
Building insideJN
Steel windowGC
Household electrical appliancesJD
funitureJJ
othersQT
Coated surface stateCoating plateTC
Embossing plateYA
Printing plateYI
Paint typespolyesterPE
Silicone modified polyesterSMP
Poly vinylidene fluoridePVDF
Substrate typesGalvanized sheetDX
Hot galvanized plateFinishing zinc flower
Spangle
Coating structureUpper surfaceFirst coating
two coatingFirst coating
two coatingtwo coating
Supplier standards and grades
The Grades and use of color coated sheetGrades, standards and types of substrate
GradesapplicationsGradesstandardstype
TDC51DGeneral useDC51D+ZQ/BQB 420Hot galvanized plate
TDC52DStampingDC52D+Z
TDC53Ddeep StampingDC53D+Z
TS280GDStructureS280GD+Z
TS350GDStructureS350GD+Z
TS550GDStructureS550GD+Z
TSECCGeneral useSECCQ/BQB 430Galvanized sheet
 
TSECDStampingSECD
TSECEdeep StampingSECE
TBLCEGeneral useBLCE+Z
TBLDEStampingBLDE+Z
TBUSDEdeep StampingBUSDE+Z
TDC51D+AZCold formingDC51D+AZQ/BQB 425Hot dip aluminized zinc plate
TDC52D+AZCold formingDC52D+AZ
TS250GD+AZStructureS250GD+AZ
TS300GD+AZStructureS300GD+AZ
TS350GD+AZStructureS350GD+AZ
TS550GD+AZStructureS550GD+AZ
Available specification range
ItemNominal Size
Nominal thickness0.22-1.30
Nominal width700-1250
nominal length of steel plate1000-4000

Prepainted Steel Coil PPGI ((0.16-1.2)*(900-1250))

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