cold rolled steel coil for building roof

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36 m.t.
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30000 m.t./month

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1.Standard:AISI,BS,DIN,GB,JIS
2.Material:Q195/Q195L/st12/dc01/spcc
3.Thickness:0.2--2.5mm

 

Description Of Cold Rolled Coil

1.Standard:AISI,BS,DIN,GB,JIS
2.Material:Q195,Q195L,SPCC,08AL or as requirement
3.Thickness:0.2mm--2.5mm

4.Width: 600mm--1250mm

5.Length:  coil, as required

 

Item

            Cold Rolled Steel Coil/Plate/Sheet

Description

Steel sheet, steel plate, steel coil, cold rolled steel sheet or coil

Standard

ASTM,AISI,SUS,JIS,EN,DIN,BS,GB

Material

Q195,Q195L,SPCC,08AL or as requirement

Export to

USA,UAE,Europe,Asia,Middle East,Africa,South America

Thickness

0.2mm--2.5mm

Width

600-1250mm

Length

usually 950-6000mm for sheet, or  as required

Application

cold rolled steel coil/sheet applies to construction field, ships building 

industry, petroleum & chemical industries, war and electricity 

industries, food processing and medical industry, boiler heatexchanger,

machinery and hardware fields. Stainless steel sheet can be made 

accordingto the customers requirements. Fast delivery. 

Quality assured.Welcome to order more. 

Packaging

Standard seaworthy package(wooden boxes package,pvc package, and other package)

Delivery Time

According to your size and quantity or as customers require

Payment Term

T/T ,30% as advanced,70%  will be paid before shipments

Advantage

Good quality with reasonable price

 

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