SGCH 0.12*750mm Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

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competitive price galvanized steel coils

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Certificate

ISO9001:2008

Standard

ASTM A653,JIS G3302 SGCC/SGCH ,GB/T 2518, European standard

Grade 

SGCC, SGCH, SGCD1-SGCD3, SGC340-SGC570, SGCC, DX51D



Type 

Steel Coil

Technique 

Cold Rolled

Oil

Chromate,Light oiled or Unoiled

Surface Treatment

Galvanized 

Special Use 

High-strength Steel Plate

Thickness

0.16mm-1.2mm

Width

1250mm or under

Length 

coil

Spangle 

Big,Regular,Small,Zero 

Al-Zn coating

40-275g/m2

Hardness 

55-90HRB

Coil inner diameter

508 or 610mm

Coil weight

6-8 tons

Coil OD 

Max 1500mm

Specification

(0.12-1.20)*1250mm or under

Terms of payment 

T/T or L/C

Place of Origin

Shandong, China (Mainland)

Port

Qingdao, Xingang, China

Shipment

shipped by 20 feet container, loading about 25 tons 

Package

seaworthy standard export package 

MOQ

15 Metric Ton/Metric Tons

Supply Ability

20000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month


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