Coated Steel coil/Roofing Application/AL-Zn PPGI

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Coated  Steel coil/Roofing Application/AL-Zn PPGI

     1. Detailed Specifications:

ProductCoated  Steel coil/Roofing Application/AL-Zn PPGI
Base materialHot dipped galvanized steel sheet
Top side:15-25µm
Back side 5-8µm
Zinc coating :30-150g/m2
Width700-1250mm
Thickness0.3-1.0mm , Thickness tolerance: +/- 0.02mm
TechniqueCold rolled—>hot dipped galvanized
ColorAll RAL color,or be customized 
Coil ID508m&610mm
Coil weight≤5 tons
Packingstandard seaworhty package
 Special specifications can be negotiated.

    2. Application of Coated  Steel coil/Roofing Application/AL-Zn PPGI

 They are mainly used in construction ,light industry, automobile, agriculture, animal husbandry,    fishery and commerce,etc industries.

   (1) manufacture anticorrosion, industrial and roof boarding,roof grille.

   (2) Make home appliance’s case, civil chimney, kitchen utensils.

   (3) Corrosion resistant parts of cars.

   (4) Food storage, meat and aquatic products’ freezing and processing equipment.

   (5) The equipments to store and transport materials, and packing implements.


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Coated  Steel coil/Roofing Application/AL-Zn PPGI

Coated  Steel coil/Roofing Application/AL-Zn PPGI

Coated  Steel coil/Roofing Application/AL-Zn PPGI



4.Packaging & Delivery

   (1)Metal Band Strapping      (2) Outside Diameter Ring           (3) Label

   (4)Protective Steel Sheet     (5) Water and Rustproof paper    (6)Steel Sheet


Coated  Steel coil/Roofing Application/AL-Zn PPGI

Coated  Steel coil/Roofing Application/AL-Zn PPGI




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We have established the international advanced quality management system,every link from raw material to final product we have strict quality test;We resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At   the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.

③How long can we receive the product after purchase?

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