High Quality Prepaint Galvanized Steel Coil

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Tianjin
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50 m.t.
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80000 m.t./month

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PPGI is made by cold rolled steel sheet and galvanized steel sheets as baseplate, through the surface pretreatment (degreasing, cleaning, chemical conversion processing), coated by the method of continuous coatings (roller coating method), and after roasting and cooling. PPGI is light, beautiful and has good corrosion resistant performance, can be directly processed also, ppgi provides the construction, shipbuilding, vehicle manufacturing, furniture industry, and electrical industry a new material, while ppgi has good effects on the areas of replacing wood with steel, efficient construction, energy saving, prevent pollution etc.

Base material:                        

hot dipped galvanized steel or Aluzinc Steel

Standard:                                

JIS, SGCC, EN, ASTM

Width:                                    

800 -1250mm

Width Tolerance:                    

within 5mm

Thickness:                              

0.20 - 1.20mm

Thickness Tolerance:                

within 0.2MM

Performance:                          

Smooth or Matte or anti-scratch

Color:                                      

according to RAL standard

Lacquer Coating thickness:    

according to customer needs

Supply capacity:                    

5000 Metric Ton per month


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