Refined Hot Rolled Carbon Steel Coil (1.0mm-1.1mm SS400)

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Refined Hot Rolled Carbon Steel Coil description:

Model NO.:SS400/Q195/Q235

Surface Treatment:Coated/Galvanized

Technique:Hot Rolled

Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, AISI, DIN, BS

Steel Grade:Ss400/Q195/Q235

Thickness:1.0mm/1.1mm

Width:1000mm-1500mm

Export Markets:South America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia, Western Europe


Packing:by Export Standard Packing

Standard:Q235, SS400

Origin:China


Product Description

Hot rolled steel coil 
Material:Q195,Q235,SS400,SM400(A.B),S10C-S55C,ST37-2,ST37-3,1010-1050,S235(JR.J0.J2G3.J2G4)
Thickness: 1.0-1.1mm 
Width: 1000-1500mm 
Application: Widely used in construction, household appliance, automobile, light industry, etc 
Other: 
Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil


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Refined Hot Rolled Carbon Steel Coil (1.0mm-1.1mm SS400)


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