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Corrugated sheets are made from Galvanized steel coils, Galvalume Steel coils, Galvalume Pre-

painted sheet and aluminum sheet, prepainted hot dip galvanized steel coils, roll formed by roll forming machines, the thickness and color can be different.

Our products have significant advantages as below:

1)lower price and best quality

2)waterproof and fire insulation

3)light weight

4)fast and convenient istallation

5)different color

6)high strength


8)free of maintenance

9)beautiful appearance

The followings are the trade terms:

1)Package: 1 to 2 tons/package by kraft paper and wood pallet(packing size can be made as per your requirement as well)

2)Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 square meters

3)Delivery Time: 15 days upon down payment or LC  

4)Payment terms: by TT or LC

Product Details:

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China (Mainland)

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Color Steel


any color is available

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FOB USD 2~5 / Meter
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Minimum Order Quantity:

Negotiable Trial Order

Minimum Order Quantity:

20 Ton/Tons 20 MTTrial Order



Packaging Details:

waterproof paper, steel strip, iron sheet, C chaneel

Delivery Time:

25 days after receiving deposit

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Supply Ability:

250000 Ton/Tons per Year 20 MT

Roofing color corrugated steel sheet
1) Max. width: 600- 980mm
2) Thickness: 0.236-1.00mm(commonly 0.3-0.6mm)
3) Length:Less than 12m

Roofing color corrugated steel sheet

1. Base sheet: galvanized steel sheet

2. Standard: JIS, ASTM, GB  

3. Thickness: 0.14mm—0.5mm

4. Width: 762mm, 914mm, 1000mm before corrugation

Raw material 762mm to 665 mm, 660mm(after corrugated) an d 9 waves

Raw material 914mm to 800mm, 810mm(after corrugated) and 11 waves

Raw material 1000mm to 875mm, 880mm, 890mm,900mm, 914mm(after corrugated) and 12 waves

5. Zinc: 60g--180g/m2

6. Color: All colors according to RAL color system

7. Package: covered by one layer of pvc film on the surface of steel sheet, or in bundle.

8. Features: light-weight, high-strength, erosion-resistant, quakeproof, easy-installation, colorful, anti-rust, long life, etc.

9. Application: steel structure workshop, sandwich panel workshop, transportation, outside decoration of various buildings, home appliances like refrigerator, air conditioner, electric cookware, etc

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