.030" x 49.2" Extra Wide Zinc Sheet - 20 Gauge

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  • .030" x 49.2" Extra Wide Zinc Sheet - 20 Gauge
  • .030" x 49.2" Extra Wide Zinc Sheet - 20 Gauge
$266.00 - $432.00


Zinc Sheet .030" thickness or 20 gauge. NEW 49.2" Wide,   Please do not mix with other widths like 44,  the grain pattern will not match. Buying a full sheet gives you the best value. The cut sizes have a tolerance of +/- 1/8". We recommend you order a piece that is larger then you need.

Because of the possibility of damage based on the differently sized pallet, Rotometals will no longer ship the 49.2" wide sheets flat. If you want to have your sheets shipped flat, please contact a crater and freighter to pick up the sheets and crate them for you.

PVC - We ship our zinc sheets without PVC covering. If you would like to add PVC to your sheet, there is a $15 charge per side per sheet; you may add that to your order here. Make sure to order one PVC Lining per sheet ordered.

Shipping Warning- the most economical way to ship .020, .027, .030 sheets is via FedEx Ground rolled up in a box. However 5-10% of the time FedEx can damage the edges of the sheets in transit. UPS/FedEx most likely won't cover this via their insurance, so we recommend if you need the full width of the sheet then have the sheets shipped via freight. You must call to arrange freight shipping. Most people however don't need the full width, at they will be cutting off some of the edge or folding it under, so shipping via parcel service is fine. 

Due to the nature of product, some scratches and blemishes should be expected. Metal sheets, just like their antique counterparts, may contain a certain amount of flaws, smudges, and scratches especially after shipping. Most of these marks can be buffed out using 0000 Steel Wool once the sheet is installed. IMPORTANT make sure you unroll and reverse lay the sheet to help it relax and flatten back out faster. You also may apply some heat to help relax it. If you leave the sheet in the shipping box for more then 10-12 days
then it becomes harder to flatten.

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