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  • Standard: GB, JIS

  • Thickness: 0.5-2.0mm

  • Place of Origin: Hebei, China (Mainland)

  • Type: Steel Coil

  • Technique: Cold Rolled

  • Surface Treatment: Other

  • Application: Other

  • Steel Grade: ST12


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Packaging Details:EXPORT packing
Delivery Detail:25 DAYS


cold steel coil
thickness: 0.5-2.0mm
width: 1000-1250mm
Material: SPCC, ST 12, Q235, ST13,SPCD,ST16

cold steel coil
thickness: 0.5-2.0mm
width: 1000-1250mm
Material: SPCC, ST 12, Q235, ST13,SPCD,ST16









Material: SS400
Thickness: 2.0-12mm
Length: 2438, 6000, 9000mm or as required.

SS400   11.5*1500   
SS400   11.5*2000   
SS400   2.0*1500    
SS400   2.3*1500    
SS400   2.5*1500    
SS400   2.5*1800    
SS400   2.75*1500   
SS400   3.0*1500    
SS400   3.5*1500    
SS400   3.75*1500   
SS400   4.0*1500    
SS400   4.3*1500    
SS400   4.5*1500    
SS400   4.7*1500    
SS400   4.75*1500   
SS400   5.5*1500    
SS400   5.7*1500    
SS400   5.75*1500   
SS400   5.8*1500    
SS400   7.3*1500    
SS400   7.5*1500    
SS400   7.75*1500   
SS400   7.75*2000   
SS400   9.3*1500    
SS400   9.75*1500   
SS400   9.75*2000   



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