Galvalume Steel Coil/Gl/Zinc Aluminized Steel/Steel Rolled

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Galvalume steel coil/GL/Zinc Aluminized steel


Standard:
JIS G3302-1998/EN10142/ASTM A653/ASTM A792/ AISI/BS/ DIN/GB 
Price:US $600-800 / Metric Ton
Trade Terms:FOB/CNF/CIF
Supply Ability:30000 Metric Ton monthly
Packing:standard exporting packing or at buyer's requirement
Payment Terms:L/C,T/T
Delivery time:Within 15-30days after we receive deposit or L/C at sight
 Specifications:Brand Name :CNBM
Thickness:0.14-0.6mm
Type:coil/sheet/strips
Width:600- 1250mm
Length:
Zinc Coating:40g-150g/
Coil ID :508mm or 601mm
Coil Weight :3-8MT
Place of Origin:China Tianjing,shanghai
Standard: AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS
Technique:Cold Rolled
Surface Treatment:Anti-finger 


Application
1. Architecture Roofs and outside walls of civilian and industrial buildings, garage doors, fencings and window blinds
2. Appliances Industry Outer clad sheets for washing machine, refrigerator, television, air conditioner and ventilation system, explosion-proof strip, solar water heater and appliance parts
3. Auto Industry Muffler, heat shields of exhaust pipe and catalytic converter, auto parts & accessories under the frame, signboard in highway
4. Industrial Instruments Electric control cabinet, industrial refrigeration equipment, automatic vending machine
 
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1.MOQ:25 ton.
2.Delivery time;15-30days
3.Payment:30% deposite, 70% in L/C before delivery or T/T
4.We can guarantee 100% inspeciton before the shipment
5.We can 100% supply MTC.

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