Coated steel is a type of steel that was applied with an additional layer of organic or metallic materials on its surface to protect from rusting and reduce wear/tear. Usually, the coating layer is applied to flat steel when it is in a coil form. By coating the steel, an extra layer of protection is added.
Coated steel can be categorized into three main categories: metallic coated steel, organic coated steel (non-metallic), and tinplates. coated steel products is commonly used in applications where corrosion resistance or aesthetic appeal is of great importance, such as air conditioners, automotive parts, outdoor electrical boxes, etc.
Types of Coated Steel
Hot-dip galvanizing refers to the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel sheet or iron sheet, in order to prevent rusting.More
Also known as galvalume or zincalume steel, aluzinc steel is a form of cold rolled galvanized steel with metal coating composed of 55% aluminum, 43% zinc, and 1.6% silicon.More
Also known as pre-coated steel, coil coated steel, color coated steel etc., pre-painted galvanized steel coil (PPGI) is evenly covered with a layer of zinc.More
OVERVIEW OF ZAM ALLOY COATED STEELHot dip Zn-AL-MG alloy coated steel, also known as ZAM steel, is a new type of coating product. The zinc-aluminum-magnesium coating is a ternary alloy coating with zi...More
OVERVIEW OF Hot Dip Aluminized Steel Hot Dip Aluminized Steel, also known as Hot dip Aluminium-Silicon (AS) steel or Alusi steel, is a type of coated steel that has been coated on both sides with alum...More
OVERVIEW OF Silicon Steel Silicon steel, also known as electrical steel, lamination steel, or transformer steel, is a ferritic alloy of iron and silicon that have magnetic properties, which make it us...More
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