Hot dipped galvanized prepainted steel coils

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GALVANZIED STEEL COIL(GI)

1,Base Metal:COLD ROLLED(CR)

2,Zinc Coating: z40-z275

3,Thickness:0.15mm-4.0mm(GI)

4,Width:914mm-1250mm

5,Length: according to your requirement (unit of measurement: Ton)

6,Minimum order:25Tons

7,Packaging Details: Fully seaworthy export packing

8,Price Terms:FOB,CIF,CF 

9, Terms of payment:T/T 30% in Advance,70%T/T after the copy of B/L or L/C at sight.

10, Coil weight:3-10 ton or client's suggestion

11, Width tolerance:±10mm

12, Spangle:zero spangle , min spangle , regular spangle, big spangle

 13.Hot dipped galvanized steel coil & opened sheets

 

Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil

 

Range and Production Capacity

 


  Unit type

1# hot dip galvanizing unit

2# hot dip galvanizing unit

3# hot dip galvanizing unit

4# hot dip 

galvanizing unit

Highest process speed m/min

  150

 150

GI 160

  150

GA 60

Thickness

0.25~1.2

0.25~1.2

0.25~2.0

0.15~0.8

Width

700~1250

800~1250

800~1350

700~1250

Mass of coating g/m²

60~305

60~305

60~450

60~450

Steel coil inner diameter (mm)

508/610

508/610

508/610

508/610

Production capacity 
(10,000t/a)

30

30

30

15

Surface structure

Smooth, zero spangle

 

Surface treatment

Oiling, passivation or non-chrome passivation, passivation plus oiling, non-chrome passivation plus oiling, fingerprint resistance or non-chrome fingerprint resistance.

 

Number and Standard

 

 

No.,standard,   variety

     No.

Executive standard

Application and characteristics

Stamping steel

DX51D+Z,DX51D+ZF

GB/T 2518

Ordinary use, mechanical seaming, deep punching, and ultra-deep punching. Coating and welding performances of alloying hot galvanizing are better.

DX52D+Z,DX52D+ZF

DX53D+Z,DX53D+ZF

DX54D+Z,DX54D+ZF

Structural steel

S220GD+Z,S220GD+ZF

GB/T 2518

Used for structure. Good corrosion resistance and processability.

S250GD+Z,S250GD+ZF

S280GD+Z,S280GD+ZF

S320GD+Z,S320GD+ZF

S350GD+Z,S350GD+ZF

S400GD+Z,S400GD+ZF

S500GD+Z,S500GD+ZF

 

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