Prime Hot Rolled Chequered Sheet Sheet Made in China

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Standard: ASTM,JIS,GB Technique: Hot Rolled Shape: Round
Surface Treatment: Dry,Oiled,Galvanized,Coated Steel Grade: Q195,SS400-SS490,Q235,Q215 Certification: CE,BV,SGS,ISO
Thickness: 1.8mm-16mm Width: 1000mm-1600mm Length: requirement
Net Weight: 23mt Packaging: Standard Export Packing

Product Description:

Product Introduction

Commodity

 Chequered steel sheet plate  

Grade

Q235 Q195 SS400 SAE1008 SAE1006 SAE1018

Brand

Tang shan yanshan                                                                                                                          

Certification

ISO,SGS,BV,etc

Thickness

1.8mm-20mm

Width

1000mm-1250mm

Length

as your requirements

Surface

Oiled, Bared

Standard

ASTM,JIS,EN,GB,etc

Delivery time

30 days after confirming the order

MOQ

23ton

Package

In Bundles

Payment term

L/C at sight

Applications

architectural decoration, luxury doors, elevators decorating, metal tank shell, ship building, decorated inside the train, as well as outdoor works, advertising nameplate, the ceiling and cabinets, aisle panels, screen, the tunnel project, hotels, guest houses, entertainment place,kitchen equipment,light industrial and others.

Advantages

 showing the splendor of your quality, wear-resistant as well , strong corrosion resistance and decorative effect, durable and beartiful in good taste.


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