Hot Rolled Steel plate Sheet - SAE 1006/1008

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Description of hold rolled steel coil:

Rolled to its final dimensions while it’s hot enough to scale, our hot-rolled steel is an amalgamation of the various qualities of steel. It can be in the form of plates, sheets and coils. 

 

Specifications of hold rolled steel coil: 

Product:

Hot   Rolled Steel Coils/Sheets

Material:

Q195,Q235,A36,SS400,S235JR,Q345,ST37-2, CCSB etc

Standard   :

JIS   G3002 GB/T251B

Technique:

hot   rolled

Thickness

1.2mm   to 200mm

Tolerance   of thickness:

:+/-0.03mm

Width:

750mm-2000mm

Tolerance   of width:

:+/-5.00mm   (aiming to +/-2.00mm)

Normal   width:

914mm,   1000mm, 1200mm, 1219mm, 1250mm,1500mm

Length:

According   to requirement

Coil   ID:

508mm-610mm

Coil   Weight:

10-25   Metric Tons

Surface:

Black,   Chromate, fingerprint resistant treatment, slight oiled or non-oiled, dry

Port   of Loading:

Tianjin/Shanghai   port

Packaging   Details:

Standard   export packing or according to the clients required

Delivery   Time

Within   30 days after received 30% deposit or workable L/C

Payment   Terms:

L/C,T/T




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Hot  Rolled  Steel  plate Sheet - SAE 1006/1008

Hot  Rolled  Steel  plate Sheet - SAE 1006/1008

Our Hot-Rolled Steel Sheets and Coils are applied to a wide range of uses such as automobile, electrical appliance, machinery manufacturing, container manufacturing, shipbuilding, bridge, pipeline, and receive high acclaim from our customers for its excellent quality.

 

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