Steel Coil or Sheet Cold Rolled of JIS G3141-1996, EN 10131-2006, DIN EN 1002

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Refrigerators, cabinets, power distribution baords and drums. 
Automobile floor and roof panels. 

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1) Product Name: Cold rolled Steel Coil/sheet/strip

2) Thickness: 0.16mm-1.0mm

3) Width:30mm-1250mm

4) Length: As requested

5) Width tolerance: different as per different width

6) Thickness tolerance: different as per different thickness

7) Weight: According to the different requirement

8) Packing: Mill standard export packing in bundles

9) Country of Origin : China

10)Standard: AISI, ASTM29, DIN16723, EN10130, JIS, GB

11)Grade: SPCC, SPCD, SPCE, SPCH, ST12-15, DC01-06, Q195A-Q235A

12)Width: 30-1250mm (general width: 100mm, 610mm, 1200mm)


Application:

1.For the further producing of hot dip galvanized steel products

2.Auto manufacture, Oil drum, Transformer's tank panel, Furniture etc.


Others

1.Packing: Strapped with min three strapping strips, covered by anti-water paper and plastic film, fixed on the iron or wooden pallets by strapping strips and covered by plastic bag to prevent damage from

2. Payment term: L/C, T/T

3. Delivery date: 15-30 days

Steel Coil or Sheet Cold Rolled of JIS G3141-1996, EN 10131-2006, DIN EN 1002

Steel Coil or Sheet Cold Rolled of JIS G3141-1996, EN 10131-2006, DIN EN 1002

Steel Coil or Sheet Cold Rolled of JIS G3141-1996, EN 10131-2006, DIN EN 1002




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