Prepainted galvanized corrugated plate / sheet-CGLCC

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1.material : galvanized steel sheet / prepainted galvanized sheet

2.sheet thickness : normal use 0.3-0.6mm

3.length: any length,according to the transportation,generally less than 12m

4.color: standard color:red,blue,white,grey; pecial color:according to RAL color


Specification:


prepainted corrugated steel plate

material

galvanized steel sheet

prepainted galvanized sheet

model No.

types of roof sheets

sheet thickness

normal use 0.3-0.6mm

length

any length,according to the transportation,generally less than 12m

color

standard color:red,blue,white,grey

special color:according to RAL color

characteristic

1:weather proof

2:heating insulation

3:fireproof

4:anti-rust

5:sound insulation

6:long life span:more than 15 years

advantages

1.low foundation cost

2.easy construction

3.time saving

4.labor saving

application field

1:construction:prefabricated house,steel house,mobile house,modular house,villa,bungalow design,portable house/carbin,ready made house,kiosk booths,steel building...

2:container manufacturing

3:household appliances and furniture

4:vehicle and vessel manufacturing

5:others,like machinery structual parts,maufacturing shells of motors and so on

packing

plastic film,pallet or as your request

 

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Prepainted galvanized corrugated plate / sheet-CGLCC

Prepainted galvanized corrugated plate / sheet-CGLCC

Prepainted galvanized corrugated plate / sheet-CGLCC

 

 

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