Prepainted Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate Sheet:roofing sheet

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Packaging Detail:Standard package for export
Delivery Detail:15 days after receipt the deposit or Original L/C

Specifications

Prepainted roofing steel sheets
1. Thickness: 0.15mm---1.5mm
2. Width:800,900,1200,1220,1250mm
3.can be prepainted

Commodity

color coated galvanized steel plate

Material

Galvanized steel sheet

Galvalume steel sheet

Pre-painted galvanized sheet

Coating

PE,PVDF,galvanized(30-300g),galvalume (AZ80)

Model No.

YX25-207-828

Sheet Thickness

0.15---1.5mm

Sheet Peak Height

25mm

Sheet Peak Spacing

207mm

Width

800mm,900mm,1000mm

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         weatherproof

2         heating insulation

3         fireproof

4         anti-rust

5         sound insulation

6         long life span: more than 25 years

 

Packing

Plastic film,pallet or as your requests

Delivery time

15 days

Payment

T/T,L/C

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Prepainted Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate Sheet:roofing sheet

Prepainted Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate Sheet:roofing sheet


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