Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing

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 Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing

Description of Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing
Prepainted Rolled steel Coil is a kind of coated steel coil/sheet. With the cold rolled steel of different strength and thickness as substrate, it is produced through applying Al-Zn coat on both faces by hot dip process. In its coating, Al accounts for about 55%, Si 1.6%, while the remaining is Zn. Aluminum zinc coils enjoys both the physical protective feature and durability of Al and the electrochemical protective property of Zn. And its surface has bright silver color and regular embossed-like figure, which are highly decorative. 

Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction RoofingPrepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing 

Main Feature of Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing

1.Corrosion resistance: It mainly depends on the aluminum protection. When the zinc being worn, the aluminum will  form a dense layer of aluminum oxide, resist corrosion material to prevent further corrosion inside. 
2. Heat resistance: Aluminum zinc alloy steel sheet has excellent heat resistance, can withstand high temperatures over 300 centigrade, and is similar with aluminized steel high temperature oxidation resistance. It often used in chimney pipes, ovens, fluorescent lighting device and the device cover. 
3. Heat reflective: Galvanized steel plate heat-reflective high rate is twice as galvanized steel, often used to make insulation materials. 
4. Economy: Because density of 55% AL-Zn is smaller than the density of Zn, so in the same weight and thickness of Galvanized zinc layer, aluminum-zinc steel plate is larger area more than 3% of galvanized steel sheet. 

 

Applications of Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing
1. Construction and building: roofing; ventilating duct; handrail; partition panel;etc.

2. Electric appliance: refrigerator; washing machine; refrigerator; DVD;etc.

3.Transportation: oil tank; road sign; etc.
4.Agriculture:barn; etc.

5.Others:vending machine; game machine; etc.  

Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing

Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing

 Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing

Specifications of Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing 

Product

Prepainted Rolled steel Coil for Construction Roofing

Material Grade

SGCC / SGCH  / DX51D+AZ, etc

Thickness

0.2-3.0mm

Width

600-1500mm

Tolerance

Thickness: +/-0.02mm , Width:+/-2mm

Zinc-coating

AZ40-150g/m2

Technique

Raw material: Hot rolled steel coil --> Cold rolled_>hot dipped galvalume

Surface

Dried, Chromated, Unoiled

Spangle

Regular spangle , small spangle, zero spangle

ID

508MM

Coil weight

10MT max

Export package

Cardboard inner sleeves, Waterproof paper, galvanized steel covered and steel strip packed

 

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