color Coated galvanized cold Rolled Steel Coil

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Product Description of   Galvanized Steel Coil:

Thickness: 0.20mm to 3.0mm 
Width: 914mm, 1000mm, 1200mm, 1219mm and 1250mm. 
Zinc coating: Z50 to Z275 
Coil ID: 508mm 
Coil weight: 4 tons to 8 tons 
Regular spangle, Min spangle and Zero spangle, chromated and light oiled or un-oiled. 
Thickness tolerance: +/- 0.02mm or according to customer request. 


The detailed information for the hop DIP galvanized steel strip is as following: 
Thickness: 018mm to4.0mm 
Width: 20mm to 750mm 
Zinc coating: Z50 to Z275 
Coil ID: 508mm Material: Q195, Q235 or by customer need. 
Packing: Export packing with pallets. 
Regular spangle, chromated and light oiled or un-oiled. 
Thickness tolerance: +/- 0.02mm or according to customer request.

 

Packaging & Shipping of   Galvanized Steel Coil:
Standard export packing, 4 eye bands and 4 circumferential bands in steel, galvanized metal fluted rings on inner and outer edges, galvanized metal and waterproof paper wall protection disk, galvanized metal and waterproof paper around circumferece and bore protection.


Commodity

PPGI/PPGL

 

Standard

JIS G3302, JIS G3313, ASTM A653, GB/T2518-88, GB11253-89,, BS, ect.

Grade

SPCC, CGCC,SGCC,SGCD,SGCE

Thickness

0.12mm-1.2mm

Width

600-1250mm

Coil ID

508mm-610mm

Coil Weight

3-7tons

Zinc Coating 

Z30-Z120g/m²

Color

Sea blue,grey white, RAL color is OK

Technique

Cold rolled galvanized

Surface Production

PE,PVDF,SMP,HDP,ect.

Surface Treatment

Chromate,oil/unoil,bright finish spangle,anti-finger print.

 

Application

General Use,Roofing, Corrugated Roofing Making,Outside of the buildings,Structure,Tile Row Plate, 

Wall, Deep Drawing and Deep Drawn

 

Packing

Export standard seaworthy packing.Waterproof paper+steel sheet+bundle with steel strip(3-4pcs)

Delivery time

About 20 working days after received client deposit

Shipment

Bulk vessel or Container(FCL/LCL)

Payment Term

L/C,T/T

 

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