Galvanized steel strips are highly resistant to corrosion and rust, combining practicality and aesthetics. The galvanized coating is strongly bonded to the base metal, and hot-dip galvanized steel strips tend to have a thicker coating than electro-galvanized steel.
Galvanized steel strips are highly resistant to corrosion and rust, combining practicality and aesthetics. The galvanized coating is strongly bonded to the base metal, and hot-dip galvanized steel strips tend to have a thicker coating than electro-galvanized steel. They are better suited for heavy-duty applications and outdoor exposure.
Good formability, no deformation.
High temperature resistance.
Corrosion and rust resistance.
Enhanced coloring resistance.
Durable and long service life.
|Place of Origin：
|Welding, Cutting, Decoiling
|Cold Rolled Based
|Oiled or Non-oiled:
|Alloy Or Not：
|800-1500mm or as required
|EN10326 S320GD+Z high strength galvanizing steel strips for building
Processing household appliances, such as sinks, can reinforce door panels, or enhance kitchen utensils.
Light steel keel, roofing, ceiling, wall, water-blocking board, rain curtain, rolling door, warehouse inner and outer boards, thermal insulation pipe shells, etc.
Reinforcement and protection of household appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, showers, vacuum cleaners, etc.
Large cars, trucks, trailers, luggage trucks, refrigerated trucks, garage doors, windshield wipers, fenders, fuel tanks, water tanks and other parts.
Steel is hot-dipped galvanized to protect parts from corrosion (rust). Under normal conditions, a thin layer of zinc can protect steel for decades. Competitive manufacturing costs, durability and an essentially maintenance-free hot-dip galvanized surface make this corrosion protection very economical. It also protects valuable raw material resources and thus the environment and climate.
Zinc protects steel against corrosion very well. As a result of weathering, a so-called passivation layer forms on the surface of galvanized components. This is the top layer that protects the component and is worn away by wind and weather over time. However, this layer is continually renewed by the zinc below until it is completely depleted. Mechanical damage (e.g. scratches) to galvanized components also protects them from corrosion. According to the electrochemical voltage series of the element, zinc is a "less valuable" metal than iron or steel and dissolves under certain conditions. It "sacrifices" itself, so to speak, and thus protects the substrate steel in the damaged area.
Q1: Do you accept the third party inspection?
A:Yes absolutely we accept.
Q2: What's your terms of payment?
A: 30%T/T as the upfront deposit, 70% before delivery, We will show you the photos and package before you pay the balance.
Q3: Do you have English Mill Test Certificates?
A:Yes,that is what we give gurantee to our clients
Q4: Could you produce according to the samples?
A: Yes, we can customer-made by your samples or technique drawings, we can build the mold and fixtures.