Galvanized Steel Coils/Sheets from China CNBM

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OKorder is offering high quality Cold rolled Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil at great prices with worldwide shipping. Our supplier is a world-class manufacturer of galvanized steel, with our products utilized the world over. OKorder annually supplies products to European, North American and Asian markets. We provide quotations within 24 hours of receiving an inquiry and guarantee competitive prices.

 

Product Applications:

Cold rolled Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil is ideal for fabricating and manufacturing applications.

 

Product Advantages:

OKorder's Galvanized Steel Coil is durable, boasts high stiffness and load-bearing qualities, and is recyclable.

 

Main Product Features:

·   Premium quality

·   Prompt delivery & seaworthy packing (30 days after receiving deposit)

·   Corrosion resistance

·   Can be recycled and reused

·   Mill test certification

·   Professional Service

·   Competitive pricing

 

Product Specifications:

Manufacture: Hot rolled

Coil ID: 508mm

Coil OD: 900-1500 mm

Grade: DX51D+Z

Coating: 30 – 180g/m² (both sides)

Dimensions:

Thickness: 0.2mm – 1.0mm

Width: 600mm, 914mm, 1000mm, 1220mm, 1250mm

Coil Weight: 4 – 6mt

Length: 6m, 9m, 12m

 

FAQ:

Q1: Why buy Materials & Equipment from OKorder.com?

A1: All products offered byOKorder.com are carefully selected from China's most reliable manufacturing enterprises. Through its ISO certifications, OKorder.com adheres to the highest standards and a commitment to supply chain safety and customer satisfaction.

 

Q2: How do we guarantee the quality of our products?

A2: We have established an advanced quality management system which conducts strict quality tests at every step, from raw materials to the final product. At the same time, we provide extensive follow-up service assurances as required.

 

Q3: How soon can we receive the product after purchase?

A3: Within three days of placing an order, we will begin production. The specific shipping date is dependent upon international and government factors, but is typically 7 to 10 workdays.

 

Q4: What makes stainless steel stainless?

A4: Stainless steel must contain at least 10.5 % chromium. It is this element that reacts with the oxygen in the air to form a complex chrome-oxide surface layer that is invisible but strong enough to prevent further oxygen from "staining" (rusting) the surface. Higher levels of chromium and the addition of other alloying elements such as nickel and molybdenum enhance this surface layer and improve the corrosion resistance of the stainless material.

 

Q5: Can stainless steel rust?

A5: Stainless does not "rust" as you think of regular steel rusting with a red oxide on the surface that flakes off. If you see red rust it is probably due to some iron particles that have contaminated the surface of the stainless steel and it is these iron particles that are rusting. Look at the source of the rusting and see if you can remove it from the surface.

 

Q6: What is the difference between galvanized steel and Galvalume steel?

A6: Galvanized steel is metallic coated with Zinc in various coating weights. Minimum recommended for painted metal roofs is G90. Galvalume is a zinc and aluminum coated steel that becomes an alloy and is recommended in either painted or bare applications with a minimum coating weight of AZ50. Galvalume has an excellent performance life in bare exposures. Hence if you are using a bare panel use Galvalume and if painted use either.

 

 

 

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