Hot- Rolled Coils

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  • Standard:AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS

  • Grade:SAE1006 OR SAE1008

  • Thickness:1.8-15MM

  • Model Number:SAE1006 OR SAE1008

  • Type:Steel Coil

  • Technique:Hot Rolled

  • Surface Treatment:bulk or spary painting

  • Application:welded steel tubes

  • Special Use:High-strength Steel Plate

  • Width:600mm-1500mm

  • Length:coil or 5.8m,6m,9m,12m.

  • CERTIFICATE::BV,SGS INSPECTION

  • SIZE::COIL CUT AS THE STEEL PLATE

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Packaging Details:Standard seaworthy export packing or waterproof paper wall protection disk,galvanized metal
Delivery Detail:15-20days after receiving the deposit or the copy of L/C

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