Galvalume steel coil with high quality e GL AZ60G-275G Anit-finger or oiled surface

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25 m.t.
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100000 m.t./month

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Standard:            

ASTM, DIN, GB, JIS

Thickness:            

0.3-2.5mm

Place of Origin:            

China (Mainland)

Brand Name:            

CNBM

Type:            

Steel Coil

Technique:            

Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:            

Galvanized

Width:            

914-1250mm

Length:            

customized



Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:seaworthy packing
Delivery Detail:20~40 days after receiving desposit


Galvalume steel coil with high quality e GL AZ60G-275G Anit-finger or oiled surface

Galvalume steel coil with high quality e GL AZ60G-275G Anit-finger or oiled surface


Specifications

galvalume coil with high quality
Thickness:0.3-2.5mm  
Width:914-1250mm  
AZ50~AZ150

galvalume coil with high quality

(1). Quality Standard: ASTM A792 CS-B SGLCC JIS G3321
(2). Thickness: 0.3-2.5mm
(3). Width: 914-1250mm
(4)Coil ID:508mm/610mm
(5). Coil Weight: 3~15MT

(6)Aluminium zinc layer:AZ50~AZ150G/M²

(7)Surface treatment:passivation treatment,oiling,anti-fingerprint treatment
(8)Packaging:seaworthy packing

 

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