Hot Rolled Galvanized Steel Coil /Hot Steel Rolled

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25 m.t.
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9000 m.t./month

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1.Product Information:

 

Item

Specification

Commodity Name:

Galvanized Steel Coil (HDGI/GI)

Thickness(mm):

0.14mm-3.0mm

Width(mm):

Above 600mm to 1500mm, negotiable about "below 600mm"

Zinc Weight:

30 g/m2 - 275 g/m2

Grade:

Mainly Prime, Secondary is also negotiable

Material:

SGCC, DX51D+Z,DX53D+Z,DX54D+Z,SGH340, etc

Spangle:

Zero, Minimum, Regular, Big

Oiled or Not:

As Required

Anti Fingerprint or Not:

As Required

Chromed or Not:

As Required

Passivation or Not:

As Required

 

2. Business Scope:

We provide GI, GL, PPGI, PPGL Coils, Corrugated Steel Sheets, feel free to contact for detailed information! 

 

3. Advantage of Our Organization:

We specialize in this field concerning GI, GL, PPGI, PPGL, Corrugated Steel sheet, we know the supplier, the price, the trader, the domestic market and the price trend very well.

Hot Rolled Galvanized Steel Coil /Hot Steel Rolled

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