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Standard: ASTM,GB,DIN,JIS Technique: Cold Rolled Shape: Round
Surface Treatment: Oiled,Bright Steel Grade: Q195,Q215,Q235,Q215B,Q235B Certification: ISO,SGS,BV,CE
Thickness: 0.18mm-1.8mm Width: 1000mm-1600mm Length: requirement
Outer Diameter: according to weight Net Weight: 12mt Packaging: Standard Export Packing

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201 2B, BA Stainless Steel Strips/Coils
Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Coil (POLISHING)
Thickness: 0.15mm to 1.80 mm
Width: 20mm - 690mm
Finish: 2B BA (two side polishing)
201 2B, BA Stainless Steel Coil

Hot rolled stainless steel coil:
Thickness: 2.0mm up
Width: 20-1500mm
Finish: No. 1
Thicknesscold rolled,0.15-1.8mm, hot rolled, 2.0mm up
Widthcold rolled,20-690mm, hot rolled, 20-1500mm
Finishcold rolled, 2B BA (two side polishing)201 2B,BA  hot rolled,No.1

Chemical composition:
1) AOD (Low carbon, high nickel) J1 material:
Ni: 1.0-1.5%, Cu:0.8-1.0%, Cr:>13.5%, Mn:9-11%, C:<0.1%
2) AOD (Low carbon, high nickel) J3 material:
Ni: 1.0-1.5%, Cu:0.5-0.8%, Cr:>12%, Mn:9-11%, C:<0.1%
3) Induction (High carbon, low nickel) material:
Ni: 0.6-0.9%, Cu:0.6-0.8%, Cr:>13.0%, Mn:9-11%, C:>0.12%201 2B, BA Stainless Steel Strips/Coils
Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Coil (POLISHING)
Thickness: 0.15mm to 1.80 mm
Width: 20mm - 690mm
Finish: 2B BA (two side polishing)
201 2B, BA Stainless Steel Coil

Hot rolled stainless steel coil:
Thickness: 2.0mm up
Width: 20-1500mm
Finish: No. 1


Application: Stamping, Utensils, Kitchenware, Cookware, Decorate, Making pipe and so on

Prime Cold Rolled Steel Coils with Low Price China Suppiler

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