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ALUZINC COATING:80 g/m2 (+/-10g/m2)



WEIGHT PER COIL:3-5 TONS                                                                                                              COLOR:RAL9002


1. Resistance to Corrosion Has better performance in corrosion resistance than hot dip galvanized coil/sheet of the same thickness and its service life is 1-5 times longer than general hot dip galvanized coil/sheet.

2. Machinability Can satisfy the processing requirements of rolling, coiling and others processes alike.

3. Thermal Resistance Can sustain the environment at 315°C for long time.

4. High Reflectivity Reflection ability of heat and light is twice as much as those of hot dip galvanized steel coil/sheet, and its reflectivity is more than 0.75, exceeding 0.65 (required by the EPA Energy Star Standard), which is an ideal construction material of saving energy.

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