SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils
SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils
SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils
SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils
SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils
SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils
SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils
SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils

SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils

Hot Dipped Galvanized is the process of applying a zinc coating to Cold rolled steel strip by immersing the material in a bath consisting primarily of molten zinc. Galvanizing is an economical and effective antirust method which is often used.
Thickness0.15-3.0mm or As to your requirements
Width600-1600mm,As to your requirements
Zinc coating30-275g/m2
Main Features of the Hot-Dip Galvanized Steel Coil:
Excellent process capability;
Smooth and flat surface;
Workability, durability;
Excellent anticorrosive property;
High strength;
Good formability;
Good visual effect.

SGCC Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coils Specification:
Grade SGCC
Thickness 0.15-3.0mm or As to your requirements
Width 600-1600mm,As to your requirements
Length 1000-6000mm or requeat
Performance durable, anti-fingerprint
Zinc coating 30-275g/m2
Hardness Hardness:Soft,Full,Half hard
Surface Treatment Chromated/Oiled/Slightly/dry/Anti-finger treatment
Coil weight 3-8ton
Spangle Regular spangle,minimal spangle ,zero spangle, big spangle
Technical Data

SGCC Coating



Pure-zine coating

Z06, Z08, Z10, Z12, Z14, Z18, Z20, Z22, Z25,Z27, Z35, Z37, Z45, Z60

Light coated products have good weldability andformability.

Heavy coated products have superior corrosion resistance. Wide application are possible by selecting spangle or a post treatment.

Alloy coating

F04, F06, F08, F10, F12, F18

Zn-Fe alloy coated by hot dip galvanizing and annealing.

Zn-Fe coating has superior paint adhesion and corrosion resistance. The weldability is superior to pure-zine products.

Hot-Dip Galvanized Steel Coil Advantages:

1.Continuous Galvanization
Using Techniques Perfected By Years Of Experience,GNEE Steel’s Hot-Dip Galvanized Steel Sheet Is Formed On A Line That Is Continuously Galvanizing To Guarantee Smooth,High Quality End Products.GNEE Steel Is Committed To Offering Galvanized Steel Sheet With A Broad Range Of Base Metal Qualities,Including Commercial,Lock Forming,Drawing,And Structural Quality.Moreover,Each Product Undergoes A Chromatic Process For Protection Against Rust.

2.Superior Formability
Highly Workable Steel Sheet And Strips Are Used As Base Metals For All Galvanized Steel Sheet Produced At The Cold Rolling Facility Of Dingang Steel.The Base Metals In Coil Are Continuously Annealed,Galvanized,And Properly Leveled.The Galvanized Sheet Provides Superior Formability With Base Metals.

3.Excellent Corrosion Resistance
All Galvanized Steel Sheet Is Treated With Chromic Acid For Protection Against Rust,To Maintain Original Surface Luster For A Longer Period.

4.Consistent Quality Production Is Carried Out
Using A Rigorous Quality Control Process And A Strict Quality Inspection Based On High Quality Production Standards.As A Result,Product Quality,Dimensions,And Other Properties Strictly Conform To Customer Demand.

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Cold-rolled plates are steel plates that have been processed by the cold-rolling process. Compared with hot-rolled plates, they have better surface quality, better mechanical properties, and higher dimensional accuracy. In particular, double-sided galvanized cold-rolled plates have better performance.
What is the process flow of cold rolled coils?
Cold-rolled coils should have good appearance and should not have defects such as coating, holes, cracks and scum, excessive coating thickness, scratches, chromic acid stain, white rust and other defects that are harmful to the use of the product.
What Are the Advantages of Cold-rolled Steel?
Cold rolled steel is generally used to describe a range of finishing processes, but technically speaking, cold rolling is only applicable to extruded steel plates between rolls. If the rod or tube pull out of the steel die should be pulled out, not rolled. Other cold finishing processes include turning, grinding and polishing for converting existing hot-rolled billets into a better product.