Galvanized Steel Coil 30-275g/m2 Hot Dipped Zinc Coating No Spangle

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Standard: AISI,ASTM Technique: Hot Rolled,Cold Rolled Shape: Square,Rectangular
Surface Treatment: Galvanized,Coated,Color Coated Steel Grade: Q235 Certification: ISO,SGS
Thickness: 0.2MM Length: 1219mm Net Weight: 25

Product Description:

DESCRIPTION FOR GALVANIZED STEEL COILS:

1) Size: 0.30-2.0mm x 1,000-1,500mm x C

2) Zinc coating: 80-275g/m2;

3) Spangle: regular, zero and minimized

4) Material: we can supply different qualities according to several standards,

such as:

a) SGCC, SGCD, SGCE according to JIS G3302

b) DX51D+Z, DX52D+Z, DX53D+Z, DX54D+Z to EN 10142

 

EXPORT STANDARD FOR GALVANIZED STEEL COILS:

-Axial and circumferential steel straps with seal (4 steel straps each)

-VCI Anti-rust kraft paper

-Water-proofing plastic

-Pearl wool (coil surface)

-Steel cover (coil surface/bore)

-Plastic cover (coil sides)

-Inside and outside corner protectors

Or According customers' requirements(Usually only for domestic)


PACKAGING &DELIVERY FOR GALVANIZED STEEL COILS:

Packaging Detail   Standard export packing or following customer's demand

Delivery Time: Within 30-40 days after deposit or according to the order quantity

 

TRADE TERMS FOR GALVANIZED STEEL COILS:FOB, CFR, CIF

 

DETAILED PICTURES FOR GALVANIZED STEEL COILS:

Galvanized Steel Coil 30-275g/m2 Hot Dipped Zinc Coating No Spangle

Galvanized Steel Coil 30-275g/m2 Hot Dipped Zinc Coating No Spangle

Galvanized Steel Coil 30-275g/m2 Hot Dipped Zinc Coating No Spangle


APPLICATION FOR GALVANIZED STEEL COILS:

Guardrails, ventilation ducts, gutters and down spouts, Pre-paint and post paint applications, gutters and ceiling suspension bars, shutter door rails. Auto parts, electrical appliances, refrigerator appliances, signs, automotive parts,vending machines, washing machines, showcases and other structural use, roofing, commercial use.


FAQ FOR GALVANIZED STEEL COILS:

Q:How about the delivery time?

A:Within 15-30days after receiving the deposit or L/C at sight.

FAQ FOR GALVANIZED STEEL COILS:

Q:How about the trade terms?

A:EXW,FOB,CFR,CIF will be accepted.

 


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