Cold Rolled Steel Coil for Roofing Sheet

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Standard: ASTM,GB,DIN,EN,JIS Technique: Cold Rolled Shape: Round
Surface Treatment: Oiled Steel Grade: SPCC SPHC,Q195,Q215,Q235 Certification: ISO,SGS,BV,CE
Thickness: 0.18mm-1.8mm Width: 700mm-1300mm Length: according to weight
Outer Diameter: according to weight Net Weight: 10MT Packaging: Standard Export Packing

Product Description:

COLD ROLLED STEEL COIL
  

Thickness0.18mm-1.8mm
Thickness tolerance±0.02mm
Width700--1300mm
Width tolerance±2mm
Length1-6m or in coil
Type
Cold rolled
TypesCommercial / Drawing / Deep Drawing / Structural quality
QualitySoft or hard quality
StandardASTM, AISI, DIN, GB,JIS
MaterialSGCC, DX51D,DX52D, DX53D,SGCD , Q195, Q235, SGHC, DX54D, S350GD, S450GD, S550GD, etc
Spangle StateRegular spangle, small spangle, big spangle, non-spangle
Surface treatmentchromed / oiled/slightly oiled/ dry/ anti-fingerprint etc 
Coil weight10 ton or up to you
Coil ID:508 /610mm
PackingStandard exportation packing
Min orderAs per specification

 
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1. Q: Where is your company located? How can I visit there? 

A: Our company is located in Hebei, China. Welcome to visit us.

2. Q: Can I get sample and how long will it take?

A:Yes.  We can supply sample.  And you need to pay for courier.  

3. Q: What's the MOQ?

A: Our MOQ is 10mt 

4. Q: What's the delivery time?

A: It will take about 30 days after TT or L/C 

5. Q: What is the payment terms?

A: T/T, L/C at sight

6. Q: How does your factory carry out quality control?

A: We attach great importance to quality control.Every part of our products has its own QC.

7. Q: What certificate do you have?

A: We have SGS, ISO9001 etc. Also we can apply any certificate if you need if the qty is OK.


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