Galvanized Steel Coils With ASTM A653 / 653M

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Galvanized Steel Coils With ASTM A653 / 653M

The galvanized steel coils are produced through a metal coating process which involves the passage of cold rolled coils through a boiler containing molten zinc. This process ensures the adhesion of zinc to the surface of the steel sheet. The zinc layer offers excellent corrosion resistance and prolongs durability.

As mentioned, galvanized steel coils are an economical solution for many industrial applications, but the cost is only one of the many advantages. Sinowell Metal produces hot galvanized steel coils which are:

  • Durability. Hot-dip galvanized steel products enjoy a long service life. It is not uncommon for products to last more than fifty years in some applications. Even with exposure to bad weather or other environmental conditions, hot galvanized steel coils are designed with longevity in mind. Its corrosion-resistant properties allow them to function optimally for decades.
  • Power. When it comes to toughness, hot-dip galvanized steel coils are reliable. The metallurgical relationship between zinc and steel offers excellent strength and durability.
  • Practical. Metal galvanized steel products will arrive ready to use, making them an incredibly practical solution for today’s industries. Our products will arrive without requiring additional treatments or tests. You can present our galvanized steel directly to your line.
  • Trust. Metal produces hot-dip galvanized steel coils to meet the most stringent ASTM standards and other applicable certifications, our customers can rely on their performance. Sinowell Metal has built its reputation on its professionalism and high-quality production; We support our reliable galvanized steel products.

 

Galvanized Steel Coils With ASTM A653 / 653M

ASTM A653M

This is the American standard for cold rolled materials. This standard is issued with the fixed designation A 653 / A 653M; the number immediately following the designation indicates the year of the original adoption or, in the case of the revision, the year of the last revision. A number in brackets indicates the year of the last approval.