Our Product

GI Sheet

GI Sheet

GI sheets, or Galvanized Iron sheets, are steel sheets coated with a layer of zinc to enhance their corrosion resistance. The galvanization process involves applying a protective zinc coating through hot-dip or electroplating methods. This coating acts as a barrier, shielding the underlying steel from rust and other environmental factors.

GI sheets find extensive use in construction, roofing, and various industrial applications due to their durability and ability to withstand harsh weather conditions. The zinc coating not only protects the steel from corrosion but also adds to its aesthetic appeal. These sheets come in various thicknesses and sizes, making them versatile for different purposes in the construction and manufacturing industries. GI sheets are known for their strength, longevity, and cost-effectiveness, making them a popular choice for a wide range of applications in the field of infrastructure and building materials.


Galvanized Coating

Like G.I pipes, GI sheets are coated with a layer of zinc, providing protection against corrosion and rust.


The galvanized coating enhances the durability of the sheets, making them suitable for outdoor applications.


GI sheets are malleable and can be easily bent or shaped, allowing for versatility in various construction projects.

Weather Resistance

Resistant to the effects of weather, making them suitable for roofing and outdoor structures.


GI sheets are often considered a cost-effective option for roofing and cladding.



GI sheets are commonly used for roofing materials in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.


 Used for wall cladding to provide protection and insulation.


GI sheets are used in fencing due to their durability and resistance to corrosion.


 In the automotive industry, GI sheets are used for manufacturing various components.