Galvannealed Steel

Galvannealed or galvanneal (galvannealed steel) is the result from the processes of galvanizing followed by annealing of sheet steel.

Production of galvannealed sheet steel begins with hot dip galvanization of sheet steel. After passing through the galvanizing zinc bath the sheet steel passes through air knives to remove excess zinc, and is then heated in an annealing furnace for several seconds causing iron and zinc layers to diffuse into one another causing the formation of zinc-iron alloy layers at the surface. The annealing step is performed with the strip still hot after the galvanizing step, with the zinc still liquid. The galvanising bath contains slightly over 0.1% aluminium, added to form a layer bonding between the iron and coated zinc. Annealing temperatures are around 500 to 565 °C.

Steel Rolls
Galvannealed Steel 4


The resulting coating has a matte appearance and is hard and brittle. In comparison to a zinc (galvanized) coating galvannealed has better spot weldability and is paintable.

Galvannealed Steel 2
Galvannealed Steel 3


  • Automotive car bodies
  • Server racks
  • Electrical consumer goods
  • Household appliances.


  • Steel Roll

    Common Stock


  • Measurement

    Corresponding Standard

    JAPAN - JIS G3302
    CHINA - GBT 2518
    U.S.A - ASTM A653
    EUROPE - EN 10142

  • Dimensions

    Applicable Nominal Thickness

    0.80MM - 2.00MM

  • Width

    Width Available

    50MM ~ 1524MM

  • Stack

    Common Options Available

    GA-LT (Lubrication Treatment)

    GA-LP (Lubrication Phosphate)

    GA-LM (Lubrication Metallic)

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