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Regarding TZ/70565 0.085/0.095 THK G60 Galvanized Steel


 

I am wondering what is material which is TZ/70565 0.085/0.095 THK G60 Galvanized Steel. What is the standard for the steel ? What is the standard for G60 Galvanized ? Thanks!

Eric Xu
- Portland, Oregon


Hot Dip Galvanizing

June 1, 2009

Hi, Eric. "G60" means hot dip galvanized to a weight of 0.60 ounces per square foot (counting both sides). I would imagine that 0.085/0.095 is a thickness range for a sheet or coil, probably in inches. TZ could mean triple zinc, but that doesn't agree with G60.

It is dangerous to assume that a random string of letters and numbers means some particular thing outside of context. If you can tell us your situation, like why you want to know and where you saw this written, we can probably give you a more complete and more trustable answer. Thanks!

Regards,

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