JC PRE-PAINTED ALUZINC STEEL COIL

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THICKNESS:0.18mm-1.5mm

WIDTH:900mm-1250mm

COATING MASS:AZ30-AZ180

PAINT:PE、HP、HDP、PVDF、SMP、MATT、PVDF

COLOR:RAL Scale

COIL INNER DIAMETER:508mm/610mm

COIL WEIGHT:3mt-7mt

BASE MATERIAL:Hot-dip Aluzinc Steel


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