Pre-painted Galvanized Steel Coils Regular/Pre-Painted Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coil

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PPGI and PPGL
0.14-3.0mm Special Color Galvanized / galvalume Steel Coil

1. Techinical standard: EN10169
2. Grade: TDX51D, SGCC
3. Thickness: 0.14-3.0mm (the most advantage thickness)
4. Width: 600-1250mm (610/724/820/914/1000/1200/1219/1220/1250)
5. Base metal: Galvanized / galvalume steel
6. Finish Painting: 15-20miu PE on top
     Back painting: 5-8miu PE on back
 7. Type of PPGI and PPGL with pattern


Specifications:
1. Standard: AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS, ASTM, JIS, GB
2. Steel Grade: DX51D, SGCC, SGCH, SPCC, SPCD, DC01, ST12, ST13, Q195, 08AL
3. Thickness: 0.14-3.0mm
4. Width: 600-1250mm
5. Length: Up to The Thickness or as require
6. Spangle: Zero, Mini, Regular, Big, Skin Pass
7. Audited Certificates: BV, SGS, ISO, CIQ
8. Zinc Coating: 40g-275g or AZ 40-150g
9. Surface: Chromated, dry/oiled, Cr3 treated anti-finger
10. Package: Standard exporting package (or as required)

Why Us:
1, Mill/factory supply, Quality protection, 4 Galvanized steel lines keep runing.
2, Competitive price with best quality and service
3, Nearest sea port, Convenient transportation, Efficient service team online for 24 hours
4, More than 7 years Export Experiences, More than 50 countries customers
5. Delivery time: Within 25-35 days after the receipt of L/C or according to customer's requirement.

Warranty:
As the professional manufacturer and supplier of the steel, CNBM steel corporation makes the steel co-operation mutual beneficial without any risky to the worldwide customers. CNBM Steel sales&service department not only promise to provide the high quality products, excellent communication, fast and reliable deliveries, as well as the reasonble price, but also help the customers to develop the market better with more efforts.

World wide customer satisfaction:
More than 50 worldwide customers none-risky experiences approved.
CNBM Steel has been exporting steel coils to more than 50 countries directly. Our long term supply extends to USA, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, France, Poland, Greece, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Ethiopia, Niger, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Australia, New Zealand, etc...
commodityColor-coated Roofing Galvanized Steel sheet
Techinical Standard: JIS G3302-1998, EN10142/10137, EN 10169
gradeSGCC, DX51D / DX52D / S250, 280GD
Types: For general / drawing use
Thickness0.14-3.0mm
Zinc Coating: 40g-275g or AZ 40-150g
Spanglet:No/ small/ big regular
Surface treament:Chromed passivation, anti-finger print, skinpassed
Sheet weight:3-5MT
Profile model: YX14-65-825/ YX18-76.2-836 / YX14-63.5-825 /
YX35-125-750 / YX15-225-900 / YX10-125-875 /
YX12-110-880 / YX25-210-840 / YX25-205-820(1025)
Package: Properly packed for ocean freight exportation in 20' ' containers
Application:Roof, walls, internal and external decorating materials, building etc
Price termsFOB, CFR, CIF
Payment terms20%TT in advance+80% TT or irrevocable 80%L/C at sight
delivery time25 days after recepit of 20% TT
RemarksInsurance is all risks
MTC 3.1 will be handed on with shipping documents
We accept SGS certificatation test

 

Pre-painted Galvanized Steel Coils Regular/Pre-Painted Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coil

Pre-painted Galvanized Steel Coils Regular/Pre-Painted Color Coated Galvanized Steel Coil


 

commodity

Brick pattern Color Galvanized  Steel Sheet  (PPGI/ PPGL)

Techinical Standard:    

  JIS G3312-1998,       EN101169, ASTM A755

grade

TSGCC, TDX51D  /    TDX52D  / TS250, 280GD

Types:    

For general  /    drawing    use 

Base metal

galvanized, galvalume

Thickness

0.14-3.0mm(0.16-0.8mm is the most advantage thickness)

Width

610/724/820/914/1000/1200/1219/1220/1250mm

Type of  coating:    

PE, SMP, PVDF

Zinc coating

  Z60-275g/m2  or AZ40-150g/m2

Top painting:

  5 mic. Primer + 15 mc. R. M. P.        

Back painting:

  5-7 mic. EP

Color:

According to RAL standard

ID coil

508mm / 610mm

Coil weight:

4--8MT

Package:      

  Properly packed for ocean freight exportation  in 20' ' containers

Application:

Industrial panels, roofing and siding for painting /  automobile

Price terms

FOB, CFR, CIF

Payment terms

20%TT in advance+80% TT or irrevocable 80%L/C at sight

delivery time

25 days after recepit of 20% TT

Remarks

Insurance is all risks

MTC 3.1  will be handed on with shipping documents

We accept SGS certificatation test

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