DX51 DHot dip galvanized steel coil

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HOT DIP GALVANIZED STEEL COIL

specifications

Thickness:0.18-1.2mm

Width:762-1250mm

Zinc:40-140g

Spangle:zero spangle

Surface:chromate, oiled/unoiled, skin pass

Inner diameter: 508 or 610mm

Coil weight:3-20Mt


Application

(1)Guardrails, roofing, ventilation ducts, gutters and down spouts;

(2)Pre-paint and post paint applications, ceiling suspension bars, shutter door rails;

(3Auto parts, electrical appliances, refrigerator appliances, vending machines, washing machines, showcases and other structural use

Standard: ASTM A653/JIS G 3302/EN10327/GB2518

Packing style:standard dampproof, seaworthy export packing or according to customer's requirements

Payment Term:  L/C AT SIGHT OR T/T

Production Days: 500Mt or less within 30 days after order/payment confirmed





 

If you have any need of GI or PPGI Coil,please feel free to contact me.

 

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