Cold Rolled Steel Coil Prepainted I/Prepainted Steel Rolled

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PPGI sheet

1, Grade: SGCC, PPGI CGCC, SGLCC
2, Width: 800-1250mm
3, Thickness: 0.3-1.0mm
4, Color: ALL RAL

* Base Material: Al-Zn Galvanized Steel Coil. SGLCC
* Top side: 15-25 microns primer microns polyester.
* Back side: 5-8 microns primer epoxy.
* Width: 800-1, 250mm
* Thickness: 0.3 -1.0mm Thickness tolerance: +/- 0.02mm
* Al-Zn coating: 30-150g /sq. M. Or can be provided as clients' requirements
* Color: All RAL colour is available or customer supplying the sample
* Inner diameter of coil: 508mm&610mm.
* Packing: Standard seaworthy packing or according to user's need.
* Weight of each coil: 9 tons max
* Guarantee/ warranty
*Delivery time: Within 10-25 days.
Cold Rolled Steel Coil Prepainted I/Prepainted Steel Rolled

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