Prepainted steel coils PPGI WHITE RED COLOR

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50 m.t.
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100000 m.t./month

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Specifications

1>Thickness:0.2-1.2mm
2>Zinc coating: 60-275gr/m2
3>Paint coating : 5+25um (top), 5-8um (back)
4>Paint:Beckers
5>Color:RAL

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Products

JIS G3312/ASTM A755 Prepainted Steel Coil To European Union Market Without Anti-Dumping Tax

Width

914/1000/1219/1200/1250mm or accoding to clients' requirement

Thickness

0.20 ---1.20mm

I.D.

508mm/610mm

Weight Per Coil

4-6tons

Paint Brand

Beckers

Paint Thickness

15-25micron at top,5-10micron at reverse

Zinc coating

40-275g/m2

Standard

ASTM A755M/JIS G3312

Steel grade

CGCC

Usage

home appliance,building materials,roof system,etc.

MOQ

50 tons

Quality

approved by SGS

Productivity

100,000 Metric ton / year

Key to success

advanced  technique  and good service  and  low  price

Authentification

ISO9001:2008

Market

North/South America, Europe, Asia,Africa,Mid East,ect.

Packaging

wrapped by plastic film and waterproof paper, and then fastened on 

wooden pallet.Or according to clients' requirement.

Port

Shanghai or Ningbo

Delivery term

FOB / CIF/ CFR

Delivery time

In 20-25 days after receipt of deposit or L/C

Payment term

  30%T/T down payment,balance before shipment or irrevocable L/C at sight

 

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