SGCH 0.19*762mm Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

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SGCH 0.19*762mm Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil


Material Composition Sheet:

 

Steel Grade

Chemical Composition (%)

Mechanic Property

C.B of Coating

Coating

C

Si

Mn

S

P

T.S

Y.S

E.L



x103

x103

x102

x103

x103

Mpa

Mpa

%

D=0 180°

G/M²

JIS G3302 SGCC

12

30

41

31

21

480

300

13

OK

Z60-150

JIS G3302 SGCH

12

10

21

18

8

680

650


OK

Z60-150

ASTM A653 CS.B

20

30

60

35

30

386

205-380

20

OK

Z60-275

DX51D+Z

29

21

18

1.8

11

355

245

38

OK

Z60-275

G550

20

6

73

5

17

715

654

8

OK

Z60-275


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