SGCC 1.0*1219mm Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

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Product

SGCC JIS3302 galvanized steel coil big/minimized/regular spangles galvanized steel coil/gi steel coils in big stock

Thickness

0.13mm-3mm

Width

914mm-1250mm

Tolerance

Thickness:±0.02mm

Width:-0/+5mm

Coil weight

3.5-5Tons

Standard

JIS G3302, JIS G3313,ASTM A526, ASTM A 446,DIN EN 10142, DIN EN 1012 DIN1716,GB/T2518-2004 etc.

Steel grades

SPCC,SGCC,DX51D+Z, DX52D+Z, SECC, SGCH,ST02Z etc.

Technique

Cold rolled/hot dipped

Surface finished

Galvanized

Surface treatment

Big/normal/minimized/zero spangle ,skin pass etc.

Chromated/oiled/lacquered/ phosphated/coating etc.

Zinc-coating

30g/m2-275g/m2

Coil I.D

508mm-610mm

Remarks

1)Trade terms:FOB/CFR/CIF

2)Payment terms:T/T, L/C,Western Union

3)Delivery time:10-15 days after received deposit

4)MOQ:10Tons for stock

Packing

Standard export package or as clients’ requests


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