Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coils SGCC, DX51D,China CNBM, Fast Delivery

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Prepainted galvanized steel coils

Quality

Q/BQB 440-2003

JIS G3312-1994

EN 10326-2004

ASTM A653-02a

EN 10327-2004

(BASE PLATE)

(BASE PLATE)


Commercial Steel

TDC51D

CGCC

DX51D+Z/AZ

CS Type A/B/C

Forming Steel

(TSt01,TSt02,TSt03)

CGCD1

FS Type A, Type B

Drawing

TDC52D /TDC53D

-

DX52D+Z/AZ

DDS TYPE A/C

Steel

DX53D+Z/AZ

Structural

TS280GD(TStE28)

CGC400

S280D+Z/AZ

SS275

Steel

TS350GD(TStE34)

CGC440

S350D+Z/AZ

SS340 Class1

2) OUR SPECIFICATION OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils


Thickness

Width

Length of plate

Inner diameter of coil


0.18-1.5mm

MAX 1250mm

1000-6000mm

508mm/610mm

Coated Mass OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Base plate

Available Coated Mass(g/m^2)

Galvanized Steel

80, 100, 120, 160, 180,275

Galvalume Steel

50, 70, 150

 Available Painting OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Category of Painting

Item

Code

Polyester

PE

High-durability polyester

HDP

Silicon modified polyesters

SMP

Polyvinylidene fluoride

PVDF

Easy-Cleaning

Painting Thickness

Top side: 20+5microns;

Bottom side: 5~7microns.

Color System

Produce according to RAL Color System or as per buyer’s color sample.

Painting structure

Top surface

Bottom surface


Primer coating

No coating

1/0

Primer coating

Primer coating

1/1

Primer coating + Finish coating

No coating

2/0

Primer coating + Finish coating

Primer coating or single back coating

2/1

Primer coating + Finish coating

Primer coating + Finish back coating

2/2

 (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils

Quality

Q/BQB 440-2003

JIS G3312-1994

EN 10326-2004

ASTM A653-02a

EN 10327-2004

(BASE PLATE)

(BASE PLATE)


Commercial Steel

TDC51D

CGCC

DX51D+Z/AZ

CS Type A/B/C

Forming Steel

(TSt01,TSt02,TSt03)

CGCD1

FS Type A, Type B

Drawing

TDC52D /TDC53D

-

DX52D+Z/AZ

DDS TYPE A/C

Steel

DX53D+Z/AZ

Structural

TS280GD(TStE28)

CGC400

S280D+Z/AZ

SS275

Steel

TS350GD(TStE34)

CGC440

S350D+Z/AZ

SS340 Class1

2) OUR SPECIFICATION OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils


Thickness

Width

Length of plate

Inner diameter of coil


0.18-1.5mm

MAX 1250mm

1000-6000mm

508mm/610mm

Coated Mass OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Base plate

Available Coated Mass(g/m^2)

Galvanized Steel

80, 100, 120, 160, 180,275

Galvalume Steel

50, 70, 150

 Available Painting OF (Prepainted galvanized steel coils) printed PPGI coils:

Category of Painting

Item

Code

Polyester

PE

High-durability polyester

HDP

Silicon modified polyesters

SMP

Polyvinylidene fluoride

PVDF

Easy-Cleaning

Painting Thickness

Top side: 20+5microns;

Bottom side: 5~7microns.

Color System

Produce according to RAL Color System or as per buyer’s color sample.

Painting structure

Top surface

Bottom surface


Primer coating

No coating

1/0

Primer coating

Primer coating

1/1

Primer coating + Finish coating

No coating

2/0

Primer coating + Finish coating

Primer coating or single back coating

2/1

Primer coating + Finish coating

Primer coating + Finish back coating

2/2


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