Galvanized sheet prices


Galvanized Sheet Prices

There are many factors that determine galvanized sheet prices. These values should be taken as a basis for raw material valuation. Slab prices come after scrap prices or iron ore prices. The material called slab is thick plate steels between 50 mm and 250 mm. Thick plate steels become suitable for galvanization by first hot rolling and then cold rolling. All the costs of all these processes are covered by the cost of galvanizing, ie zinc coating. Galvanized sheet prices are made after these processes and of course taking into account other labor costs.

Galvanized Coil Prices

Galvanized coil sheet Prices are constantly changing. You can follow the current galvanized coil sheet prices, which vary depending on the steel prices, on our website.

Galvanized Sheet Prices on 01.09.2020

  • 0.50 mm 740 usd /Ton
  • 0,60 mm 730 usd / Ton
  • 0,70 mm 720 usd / Ton
  • 0,80 mm 720 usd / Ton
  • 0.90 mm 710 usd / Ton
  • 1.00 mm 700 usd / Ton
  • 1.20 mm 700 usd / Ton
  • 1,50 mm 700 usd / Ton
  • 2.00 mm 700 usd / Ton
    Prices are base prices and vary according to quality, stock status, quantity and dimensions.

Galvanized Slitting Sheet Prices

If slicing is to be done, it varies according to the slitting size and quantity. The slitting process of galvanized sheets is a delicate process and care must be taken not to damage the surface. The thickness of the material to be slitted also indicates the galvanized sheet lengths. For example, 10 tons of 0.40 mm galvanized sheet and 2 mm galvanized sheet lengths are not equal in meters. Differences in roll lengths will affect roll slitting costs as they will also affect the processing time of the roll.


Many people know what galvanized steel is. Used for a wide variety of applications from HVAC duct to garden buckets; home decoration for trash cans. The plow coating on the surface makes it visually appealing, but also makes it more durable and corrosion resistant.

So how is galvanized steel made? Where does this plow come from? Let's find out.

Hot Dipped Galvanizedsucking

Galvanized steel is a carbon steel coated with zinc. The most common method of zinc coating is the hot dip process.

The hot dip process involves immersing the carbon steel in a bath of molten zinc (approximately 680 degrees Fahrenheit). When the material is removed from the zinc bath and cooled, a reaction to oxygen in the air occurs. The reaction causes the zinc to become part of the steel (iron-zinc alloy bond). The new surface finish appears to have a crystal finish or a glowing finish.

While this is the most common form of galvanization, it is often used for steel products that were previously manufactured as the thickness of the final product could not be easily controlled. Another method of galvanizing is continuous galvanizing.

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