prepainted Galvanized Coils of Ppgi Coils

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Specifications:
1. Thickness: 0.12mm-1.3mm
2. Width: 600mm-1250mm
3. Length: According to client's demands
4. Top paint: 15 to 25 um (5 um + 12-20 um)
     Back paint: 7 +/- 2 um
5. Gloss: Normal or High gloss
6. Zinc coating: Z50-Z275G/psm
7. Inside Diameter: 508mm/610mm
8. Outside Diameter: 1000mm-1500mm
9. Coil weight: 3-8 tons
10. Payment: T/T, L/C, D/P, Paypal, Western Union
11. Trade Term: FOB, CFR, CIF
12. MOQ: 25 Mt
13. Package: Export standard package or as request
14. Shipment: By container
15. Standard: AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS
16. Grade: JIS G3322, CGLCC, ASTM A755, CS-B

Name0.3mm Thickness PPGI Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil
Resin constructure 
Technique of production
Double painting and double baking process
Productivity150,000Tons/year
Thickness0.12-1.3mm
Width600-1250mm
Coil Weight3-8 Tons
Inside Diameter508mm Or 610mm
Outside Diameter1000mm-1500mm
Zinc CoatingZ50-Z275G/psm
PaintingTop: 15 to 25 um (5 um + 12-20 um) back: 7 +/- 2 um 
StandardJIS G3322 CGLCC ASTM A755 CS-B
SurfSurface coating 
coloace coating type
PE, SMP, HDP, PVDF
Back side coatingcolorLight grey, white and so on 
Application PPGI is featured with light-weight, good looking and 
anticorrosion. It can be processed directly, mainly used for construction industry, 
home electronic apparatus industry, 
electronic apparatus industry, furniture industry and transportation

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