color Coated Galvanized cold Rolled Steel Coil

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1. Standard: HDGI, ALUZINC, CR
2. Grade: SGCC, DX5ID, ASTM, EN10142, S350GD, etc
3. Zinc coating/Aluzinc coating: Z50-200g/ etc m2
4. Package: Export standard package or as per the buyers' requirement
5. Application: Mainly used in the field of roof, outer wall and cabinet, automotive manufacturing, electrical products, locomotives, aviation, precision instrument, canned food, ect
6. Product features:
(1) good durability, and can be used longer than galvanized steel;
(2) has good heat resistance, and compared with galvanized steel, under high temperature it does not discolor easily;
(3) has good heat reflecting
(4) have silvery white luxuriant surface;
(5) has machining capability and spraying performance similar to galvanized steel;
(6) good weldability. Prepainted galvanized steel ppgi corrugated roof sheet

Application Area:
Building exterior, Building interior, Furniture, Household appliances, Steel windows, Panels, Garage doors, etc...

1. Good adhesion, can be roll forming
2. The prepainted galvanized steel ppgi corrugated roof sheet color not change even after being roasted under high temperture for 6-12 years
3. Process: Continuous coil coating line --- 3 coating and 3 bake
4. Protective film can be added

Export standard:
Prepainted galvanized steel ppgi corrugated roof sheet 4 eye bands and 4 circumferential bands in steel, galvanized metal and waterproof paper around circumference and bore protection.

Low-carbon steel
Base metalSteel gradeChemical constitution (heat analysis) %
CStMnP  SAltTiNb
Less thanLess thanLess thanLess thanLess thanLess thanLess thanLess than
Cold rolled    base metalDC51D+Z,DC51D+ZF           St01Z, St02Z, St03Z0.10-0.600.0350.005---
DC52D+Z(St04ZR), DC52D+ZF0.08-0.450.0300.030---
DC53D+Z(St05ZR), DC53D+ZF0.08-0.400.0300.030---
DC54D+Z(St06ZR), DC54D+ZF0.010.100.300.0250.0200.0150.10-
DC56D+Z(St07ZR), DC56D+ZF0.010.100.300.0250.0200.0150.100.10
Hot rolled base metalDD51D+Z(St01ZR), St(02ZR)0.10-0.500.0350.035---

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