Galvanized Steel Strip

Galvanized steel strip is a flat steel product coated with a layer of zinc to protect the steel from corrosion. The galvanization process involves either hot-dip galvanizing, where the steel strip is dipped into molten zinc, or electro-galvanizing, where a layer of zinc is applied through an electroplating process. The zinc coating provides a protective barrier that prevents moisture and other corrosive elements from reaching the underlying steel.


                                                 GALVANIZED STEEL STRIP
StandardISO, JIS, AS, EN, ASTM
GradeQ195 Q235 Q345
 SGHC SGH340 SGH400 SGH440 SGH490 SGH540
 DX51D DX52D DX53D DX54D DX55D DX56D DX57D
 S220GD S250GD S280GD S320GD S350GD S400GD S500GD S550GD
 SS230 SS250 SS275
Width600mm to 1500mm
Thickness0.125mm to 3.5mm
Zinc coating40g/m2 to 275g/m2
Coil weight3 tons to 6 tons
Coil ID508mm or 610mm
Surface treatmentUnoil, Dry, Chromate Passivated, Non-chromate Passivated
SpangleRegular Spangle, Minimum Spangle, Large Spangle, Zero Spangle
Capacity1.5 Million MT/year
Delivery15-25 Days

Typical Chemistry:

The chemical composition of galvanized steel strip includes:

  • Base Steel: Typically low carbon steel or mild steel
  • Zinc Coating: Pure zinc (Zn) or a zinc alloy, occasionally including small amounts of other elements like aluminum (Al) to improve adhesion and corrosion resistance.

Physical Properties:

The physical properties of galvanized steel strip depend on the thickness of the zinc coating and the characteristics of the base steel. Typical properties include:

  • Tensile Strength: Varies depending on the grade of base steel; typically around 270-500 MPa
  • Yield Strength: Approximately 140-350 MPa
  • Elongation: 15-30%, depending on the grade and thickness
  • Corrosion Resistance: Excellent due to the zinc coating
  • Thickness of Zinc Coating: Commonly ranges from 20 to 275 g/m²
  • Density: Approximately 7.85 g/cm³ for the base steel


Key features of galvanized steel strip include:

  • Corrosion Resistance: The zinc coating provides a sacrificial layer that protects the steel from rust and corrosion, extending its lifespan.
  • Formability: Retains the ductility and formability of the base steel, allowing for various fabrication processes such as bending, stamping, and roll forming.
  • Strength: Maintains the strength of the base steel, suitable for structural applications.
  • Surface Finish: Smooth, uniform coating enhances aesthetic appeal and can be painted or powder-coated for additional protection or decorative purposes.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of applications across various industries.
  • Economical: Provides a cost-effective solution for corrosion protection compared to alternative materials like stainless steel.
  • Weldability: Can be welded using standard techniques, although appropriate precautions must be taken to manage zinc fumes.

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Packaging and Shipping

1. Wood pallet packing cover with water-proof paper
2. Steel pallet packing cover with water-proof paper
3. Wood box packing
4. Steel pallet packing cover with steel box
5. In bundles with steel strip no extra packing

package and shipment


  • High Precision Dimension: The carbon steel profile has excellent processing technology good molding and easy welding. Thickened material, stable performance, and high hardness, not easy to rust.
  • Low Friction: Low dissipation factor. More durable than most ordinary domestic bearings. Lower operating costs​
  • Life Is Long: High-quality steel through strict quality inspection, quality control layer-by-layer detection, and reliable quality, long service life.
  • Customization: Drawings and samples can be processed and customized. Conventional large-scale spot, non-standard customization.
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