Full Hard SPCC-1B Cold Rolled Steel Coil

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cold rolled steel coil description :

Standard:AISI,ASTM,BS,DIN,GB,JIS

Grade:SPCC-1B

Thickness:0.13--4.0mm

Type:Steel Coil

Technique:Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:non-treatment/skin pass

Coil I.D.:508/610mm

Coil weight:3--10MT

 

cold rolled steel coil specification:

 

CommodityFull hard quality cold rolled steel sheet & coil  
StandardAISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS,etc.
Nominal Thickness0.13~4.00mm
Nominal Width600~1500mm
LengthAny length based on coil weight or by required
Coil Inner Diameter508/610mm
Surface treatmentNon-treatment/skin passed
GradeSPCC-1B
Delivery lead time15~30days after receiving T/T prepayment or LC date
Price termFOB,CIF,CFR,EX Works,FCA
Port of Loadingany port of China
PaymentL/C at sight
T/T 30% in advance,70% balance after received B/L copy
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Supply ability8000 metric tons per month
MOQ25 metric tons
PackingMill's standard export sea-worthy packing
ApplicationSuitable for simply shaped products

 

Full Hard SPCC-1B Cold Rolled Steel Coil

 

 

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