GP COIL-Galvanised plane coil

Galvanised plane coil

Galvanised plane coil

Harness the strength and resilience of galvanized iron coils, fortified with a flawless zinc coating that not only shields against corrosion but also imparts a captivating allure, ensuring your projects stand the test of time with unwavering durability and striking aesthetics..

Galvanized iron coil refers to a coil of steel that has undergone a galvanization process. It involves applying a protective layer of zinc to the surface of the iron or steel to prevent corrosion and enhance its durability.

It was created in response to the unmet demand of quality-conscious consumers for an authentic product that offered reliable quality. In stark contrast to the usual mini-spangled and crushed spangle items. Its unique chemistry guarantees zero-spangles on the surface for better and unequalled mechanical qualities that thrills customers. Our lead-free galvanized coil has lifted the standard for galvanized steel.

Its usage is increasing day by day as it becomes more and more prevalent in appliances like washing machines, refrigerators, electrical panels, general engineering components, and bus bodies. It has countless applications and consistently provides quality, boosts customer happiness, and pays respect.

Product USP

Strength & Structural Integrity

robust structural support and can withstand heavy loads, making them ideal for applications that require high strength and load-bearing capacity.

Impeccable zinc coating

enhances the visual appeal and ensures exceptional corrosion resistance, providing an enduring and attractive finish to your projects.

Versatility

Galvanized iron coils are available in a wide range of sizes, thicknesses, and grades, making them suitable for various applications across industries.

APPLICATIONs

HVAC Systems

Galvanized iron coils are used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.

Electrical Enclosures and Industrial Applications

Construction

Automotive Industry

Specification & Catalogue