• Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate

  • Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate

  • Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate

  • Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate

  • Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate

Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate

Width: 608-1025mm

Thickness: 0.2-2.0mm


What is Corrugated Steel Plate

Corrugated sheet metal is produced by stretching a sheet of metal and then rolling it through a rolling die to create a linear, wavy pattern of crests and troughs; they are laid next to each other and are mainly used in outbuildings, barns, industrial warehouses, agricultural applications And waterproof roofs for commercial buildings, where aesthetics are less important, but waterproofing is important. In recent years, corrugated roof panels have been used as cladding in bars and clubs to add an industrial or gritty urban feel.

This form of corrugated steel plate is also commonly referred to in the building industry as roof cladding; they are usually installed with a half-corrugated overlap to make it waterproof, our corrugated steel roofing sheets are galvanized to increase protection and corrosion resistance.

The benefits of using corrugated steel plates in your projects

- highly robust

- light weight

- Weather and corrosion resistant

- excellent quality of protection

- easy to install

Complete your galvanized corrugated metal.

Corrugated steel roof sheets are galvanized to provide a highly corrosion-resistant surface, so no further painting or other surface treatments are required to improve the

for extra protection. However, for aesthetic purposes, galvanized products can be painted or powder coated if desired.

Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate is pressed from galvanized or galvalume coils and can be produced in different tile shapes as required.

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Gi sheet is widely used in roof panels, wall panels, floor panels and ceiling panels.

Substrate Types:

1. Galvalume steel substrates Excellent corrosion resistance, suitable for the production of exterior building panels and can be processed at various levels such as general forming and mechanical nibbling.

2. Hot-dip galvanized substrate with excellent corrosion resistance. Suitable for the production of exterior architectural panels, which can be processed at various levels such as general forming, stamping and deep stamping.

3. Electro-galvanized substrate Good corrosion resistance, thin zinc layer, good processing properties. Suitable for the manufacture of household appliances, steel windows or interior partitions.


3 layers of packing, inside are kraft paper, water plastic film is in the middle and outside. 
GI steel sheet to be covered by steel strips with lock, with inner coil sleeve.


● Will Corrugated Steel Sheets rust?

Corrugated galvanized metal is ideal for wet areas because the material will not rust even after years of water spraying.

● How long will galvanized steel last outside?

Galvanized steel for long-term outdoor use should be hot-dip galvanized; it typically lasts about 70 years in many different environments.

● Is galvanized steel suitable for the outdoors?

Galvanized steel is a common material for outdoor furniture because it is durable and rust-resistant. Choosing outdoor furniture made of galvanized steel construction will help ensure that your piece will remain intact under external conditions.

As an industry leader in providing the best corrugated sheet metal, we are able to ensure customer satisfaction by producing sheet metal in virtually any material and size. With many different finishes to choose from, we're sure to have something for you.

Galvanized Corrugated Steel Plate are very popular in a variety of different industries, if you would like to start enjoying the benefits of a quality corrugated roof, order corrugated steel roofing sheets from Hebei Shineyond.

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Aesthetically Pleasing

Aesthetically Pleasing

Aesthetically pleasing and flexible combinations that can express a wide range of architectural styles.

Good Performance

Good Performance

Light weight, high strength ( strength 250~550MPa), good skin stiffness, good seismic performance of water repellent.

Can be Recycled

Can be Recycled

Pressed steel sheets are environmentally friendly building materials that can be recycled, and the promotion and application of pressed steel sheets is in line with the policy of sustainable development of the national economy.

Corrugated Steel Sheet in high quality, corrugated, box profile, flat and tiled forms

The coated steel strips from which we manufacture roof cladding are produced to a series of stringent quality standards from leading suppliers, providing us with traceability and quality control. All of our corrugated board, box profile board, cladding and purlin products are independently tested to current requirements for peace of mind.

The durability of this roof cladding material depends on galvanized and protective coatings applied directly to the steel cladding and roof substrate. As a roofing sheet material, steel has long been used in construction and has the added benefit of being recyclable. To produce our high-quality pre-coated roof cladding panels, a multi-layer coating system is applied to galvanized high-strength steel strip, followed by oven curing to ensure optimal adhesion. This gives roof panels excellent corrosion and weather protection as well as abrasion resistance and a strong structure.

Corrugated galvanized sheet is innovative, easy to install and environmentally friendly. 

Major Function

Today, the corrugation process is carried out using a roll forming process. This modern process is highly automated, enabling high productivity and low-cost labor. During corrugation, sheet metal is pulled from giant rolls and passed through rolling dies that form the corrugations. After the metal sheet has passed through the rollers, it is automatically cut to the required length. The traditional shape of corrugated material is round waves, but different dies form various shapes and sizes. Industrial buildings are often constructed and clad from trapezoidal sheet metal.

Many materials today are corrugated. The most common materials for corrugated iron are ferrous alloys (eg stainless steel), aluminium and copper. Conventional ferroalloys are the most common due to price and availability. Common sizes of corrugated materials range from the very thin No. 30 (0.012 in, 0.3 mm) to the relatively thick No. 6 (0.1943 in, 5 mm). Thicker or thinner gauges can also be produced.