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Last edited 18 Jul 2022
Color Coated Steel Coil
Colour coated steel coils are painted in a variety of colours for aesthetic and protective purposes. Coatings help prolong the lifespan of the steel by protecting it from corrosion and damage. A variety of standard colours, as well as bespoke colours and design are available. These base metal is galvanized steel, cold rolled steel and galvalume steel, typically between 0.2 mm and 1.2 mm thick, with a variable width between 600 mm and 1,250 mm.
Steel coils are used in numerous industries for a variety purposes, in the construction industry, as a roof or cladding material, and the automotive industry, for interior and exterior applications. Color coated steel coils can be seen on painted roofs, fenders, hoods, bumpers, and door panels aswell as appliances, furniture, lamps, and general consumer goods.
The procedure of making color coated steel coils involves numerous steps.
- Resistant to deterioration.
- Easier to keep clean and maintain.
- Simple colour selection.
- Sunlight and protection against the elements.
Quality checks are a crucial part of any manufacturing process, and that is certainly true for the creation of color coated steel coils. There are a number of different tests which can be used to assess the quality of the steel coils, including tests for thickness, width, flatness, colour uniformity, gloss level, and a lot more. By carefully conducting these quality checks each and every stage of production, manufacturers can ensure that their products fulfil the highest standards.
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