What is the difference between cold binding plate and galvanized plate?

First, different reference

1, cold binding plate: hot rolled coil as raw material, at room temperature under the recrystallization temperature to stop rolling products.

2, galvanized plate: refers to the appearance of a layer of zinc plated steel plate.

Two, different characteristics

1. Cold binding plate: because it does not stop heating, there is no pitting and oxide sheet defects, which are often present in hot rolling. The appearance is of good quality and high brightness. Moreover, the dimensional precision of cold-rolled products is high, and the properties and organization of the products can meet some special application requirements, such as electromagnetic properties, deep drawing properties, etc.

2, galvanized plate: galvanized plate due to different treatment methods in the plating process, the appearance of the state is different, such as ordinary zinc flowers, fine zinc flowers, flat zinc flowers, zinc flowers and phosphating treatment appearance. The German code also rules for appearance levels.

Three, different uses

1, cold tie plate: mainly used in automobile manufacturing, electrical products, etc.

2. Galvanized sheet: mainly used in construction, light industry, automobile, agriculture, animal husbandry, fishery and commercial industries. The construction industry is mainly used for the manufacture of anti-corrosion industrial and civil building roof panels, roof grids, etc. Light industry uses it to manufacture household appliance casings, civilian chimneys, kitchen utensils, etc.