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Corrugated Roofing Sheet

YTO Group Corporation is a Chinese farm and construction machinery subsidiary of the comprehensive conglomerate Sinomach. Best known for farming equipment, YTO produces agricultural tractors, engines and engine parts, combine harvesters and trucks among other power machinery. As the largest manufacturer of tractors in China, the company has a strong international presence and has experience supplying large volumes overseas.

Corrugated Roofing Sheet

Corrugated Galvanized Iron (CGI) or roofing sheets are building materials used typically for roofing and go through the same hot-dip galvanizing zinc coating process. Corrugation enables the bending of the steel sheets in the direction perpendicular to the corrugations but not parallel. This product CamaSteel offers is lightweight and simple to transport and has been used as building materials for many generations. This corrugation process called roll forming that is highly productive and cost effective, and able to be sheared to the desired length.

Application of CamaSteel CGI

The corrugated galvanized steel roofing sheets that CamaSteel sells is typically used in buildings, military use, sheds, water tanks, and other applications that require corrugated steel roofing. This zinc coated steel has long been reputed for its longevity and structural support capable of heavy weather and pounding. Due to its weather resistance, lightweight, and ease of transportation, CamaSteel recommends CGI for its building properties. Users of CGI seek to purchase roofing material that is waterproof, floor decking, and other uses.

In application, these farm plows only use one set of blades or one blade at a time. At the end of each row, you switch the plow sets. For that reason, reversible garden plows create evenly spaced furrows. In addition, the machine operator can work end to end in whichever direction.