AA1100 H16 0.8mm PE coating aluminium coil

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supply Mill-finished / coated aluminum sheet/ coil:


Alloy: AA1050,1060,1100,1200,2024,3003,3304,3005,3015,5052,5086,5754,5083,6061,7050,7475,8011, etc


Temper: O, H14/16/18/22/24/32/ H112/H321/T6,T851,T7451,T7351, etc


Thickness: 0.02mm20mm


Width: 100mm2000mm (Can be slitted)


Notice: PE coating / PVDF coating / Embossment can be done if required.


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Q:what is marine grade aluminum?
Al-Si Alloys 5xxx - Al-Mg Alloys 6xxx - Al-Mg-Si Alloys (like 6061,6063, and 6111) 5xxx alloys find wide application in Building construction,highways structures including bridges, storage tanks and pressure vessels, and marine applications. 6061 alloy finds broad use in welded structural members such as truck and marine frames, railroad cars,and pipelines.
Q:How to use aluminum sheet to roll a 12m-long aluminum coil with a diameter of 184cm?
According to project experience, first you should check the specification of the aluminum sheet and then design crafts such as connection method, installation and transportation according to equipment.
Q:Is aluminum explosive?
Aluminum is not explosive, although in the presence of a suitable oxidizing agent it can burn. It does not rust (that concept applies only to ferrous metals), but can corrode and will tarnish rapidly if a cut surface is exposed to air. The tarnish, aluminum oxide, protects the surface from further oxidation, and a process called anodizing puts a heavy oxide layer on the surface for improved protection. Aluminum is produced by electrolysis from aluminum oxide, which is dissolved in molten aluminum fluoride; a typical electrolytic pot uses a current of 5 volts at 105,000 amperes and will produce a ton of aluminum per day.
Q:When connecting aluminum service conductors to a breaker panel, do I need to use antioxidant?
Aluminum to Aluminum they say you do not need an inhibitor. I have still aways used it as has every electrical contractor I have worked for for 30 years. Utility companies use it on all meter bases as well. The oxidation can still be persistent so I suggest you use it and torque them to the manufactures labeling. So many people over tighten the conductors and this is a major problem because aluminum is very soft it does have a torque guideline for each conductor size as well as the lug it is attached to. Electrical Contractor ||
Q:Why does the end face of aluminum coil have grease spots?
The reason may be that the manufacturer hasn’t cleaned. Before being coated, the aluminum should be cleaned carefully. Otherwise the paint will peel off.
Q:Rollerblade in line skates-Aluminum frames?
Technically okorder.com/... that were extremely good but the deal probably fell apart when the original Mogema was dissolved.
Q:Why do the layers loose when taking out coil after roll of aluminum 0.14?
After rolling, the most possible reason may be poor deoiling effect. I think, for 0.14mm aluminum coil, the lining sleeve will not be forgotten. After rolling , oil ooze from aluminum layers, and the support of aluminum coil is not enough, leading to coil collapsing. The specific manifestations are that the edges of even round aluminum layers become like water ripple, and that the aluminum coils suddenly become uneven when taking out coil.
Q:Why 5052 turn black after annealing during the production of aluminum alloy?
It has been sooted.
Q:what are the safety precautions in handling Aluminum?
Aluminum as a solid is very safe; although non-nutritious (your body does not require it), its accumulation in tissues is apparently not directly harmful. Individuals who work years of their lives in handling aluminum have no higher incidence of Alzheimer's disease than those that do not. As a powder- particularly very fine powders- aluminum is extremely hazardous with respect to its combustibility, and is used in fireworks (sparklers, for example). When it burns, it is extremely hot, and extinguishing it should not be attempted without training and the correct tools- usually salt or Purple K extinguishing agent. However, it burns so quickly that it will usually be out before attempts can be made.
Q:what are the grades of commercial aluminium?
Aluminum alloy designations are described by a 4-digit index system. The first digit indicates the alloy group according to the major alloying elements. 1XXX - 99% Al with no major alloying element. 2XXX – copper 3XXX – Manganese 4XXX – Silicon 5XXX – Magnesium and silicon 7XXX – Zinc 8XXX – other element Experimental alloy designations have an “X” prefix Aluminum temper designations (suffixes) describe heat-treatable and non heat-treatable alloys.

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