Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil 0.17 * 750mm

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Manufacturer And Exporter of Galvanized Steel Coil : 
Thickness: 0.11MM ~ 3.00MM

Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils: -

  

 

We are a Leading Manufacturer and Exporter of Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils / Plain Sheets & Galvanized Corrugated Steel Sheets. The wide array of our products are in accordance to Indian, ASTM, JIS, Euro, Ethiopian standards. We supply our broad product range as stretch leveled and skin passed in variety of grades like deep drawing and ordinary. The diverse product offering of our company has raised the growth chart of our company. Our products can be availed in the following features: 

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  • Thickness : 0.11 mm to 3.00 mm

  • Width : Plain 400 mm to 1220 mm

  • Zinc Coating : 80 GSM to 275 GSM

  • Coil ID: 508

 


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