Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil

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Galvanized steel coils, ASTM A653 CS-B, regular spangle, chromated & unoiled


 SIZE (TCT)      ZINC-COATING      

3.0mm * 1500            Z220                                                    

1.0mm * 1500             Z120                          

4.0mm * 1500             Z220                          

0.7mm * 1250             Z120                          

0.8mm * 1250             Z120                          


COIL ID: 610MM

COIL WEIGHT: 5-12MTS

LOADING PORT: TIANJIN, CHINA

VALIDITY: 3 WORKING DAYS

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