AA3105 2mm coated stucco embossed 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:Mercury corrodes aluminum?
It's easy - don't use a mercury thermometer. In fact, don't use a liquid thermometer at all. Go solid state and use a contact thermocouple thermometer - cheap as sh*t and accurate to 0.1C. Or, if the temp is high and relatively inaccessible, use an infrared or laser pyrometer.
Q:what is the california recycling refund on aluminum blocks, and scrap aluminum??
WOW.......they must be worth sum money. Lucky you!!!!!!
Q:Does aluminum glow in the dark?
As rowlfe said, aluminium does not exist free in nature. There are quite a number of minerals and compounds containing aluminum that are phosphorescent, though--there is a long list in the link below. The primary ore of aluminum is bauxite, but I don't think it is typically phosphorescent though it may be under certain circumstances. . Technically, aluminum is not man-made, so be careful using that term. All aluminum in existence is created in supernova explosions during star death. (This IS the Astronomy Space forum, after all.) All pure aluminum metal is *refined* by man, but the element itself isn't man-made. (There are some transuranic elements such as plutonium that do not exist in nature and have only been made by humans, so the point is relevant though perhaps not pertinent to your question. Aluminum isn't one of them, though.) . Edit: If you don't learn what you want here, you might consider reposting this question in the Geology section. That bunch probably knows more about minerals and such than the Astronomy Space crowd does.
Q:What are the production processes of aluminum coil and what are the functions of various industrial furnaces in the production of aluminum? The more detailed, the better. Thank you! Points!
There are aluminum annealing furnace, aluminum alloy quenching furnace, aging furnace and smelting furnace.
Q:Aluminum core pots and pans?
Aluminum cores are fine. They are wrapped in stainless (make sure), or stacked inside stainless steel. Aluminum is one of the most common elements in the world. We're exposed to it in more ways that you can count. Links to alzheimers are inconclusive. From what I understand, non-stick skillets are ok as long as you don't overheat them and cause the material to burn (you can smell the fumes when overheated). I use mine with medium heat, like for omelettes or grilled cheese sandwiches, but never for searing a steak.
Q:Is aluminium safe to put in your mouth?
Heck yeah dude!! I love the taste of alluminum!
Q:cleaning aluminium utensils.....how?
To clean discolored aluminum you can also heat 2 teaspoons cream of tarter per quart of water. It would be best to let the cooker soak in the mixture, but that might be difficult depending on the size of your cooker. Lemon juice or lime juice should also help because they have citric acid. You could cut a lemon in half and rub the halves on the cooker, then try scrubbing with something that has some texture to it (rough sponge or steel wool). The try the vinegar or cream of tarter mixture again. Whatever you use, don't try bleach as it is highly alkaline and dissolves aluminum. This leaves copper deposits can make it turn black.
Q:Painting an aluminum canoe need advice on sanding, priming and paint type?
Pete is on the right track, but I think that rather than primer, what you need is to wash the aluminum with acid after you use a chemical stripper to get the paint off. The acid dissolves the layer of corrosion that all aluminum gets with exposure to air and also gives the fresh primer something to adhere to. You can lightly sand aluminum by hand or with a random orbit sander, but aluminum dust has been linked to alzheimer's disease so wear a good mask. But if your canoe has a lot of paint still on it or a lot of rivets and seams, then a stripper made for aluminum will save you a lot of time and effort. Go to a place that specializes in paints and finishes specific to the boating, recreational vehicle, or trucking industries as they deal with aluminum all the time and have the specialized products that you need in order to refinish and repaint it because it isn't like steel or wood and requires specific formulations. If you try to skip a step or buy the wrong stuff, your efforts will probably not succeed because working with aluminum is unlike any other material. Read and follow all directions and safety instructions carefully because the chemicals involved are strong and can give off toxic fumes. Because most things made from aluminum are subject to a wide variety of climates and rough handling, you need to buy products that are specially formulated for it and follow the steps and safety precautions exactly or all your hard work will probably be for naught.
Q:why does hf acid sometimes turn aluminum black?
Aluminum will oxidize. Not like steel though, that forms the red orange rust (iron oxide) that will eventually eat through thin steel. When aluminum oxidizes, it leaves a thin cloudy film on the surface. That's why nice new shiny diamond plate gets dull after being exposed for some time. It can be removed by some chemicals, apparently your hf acid. When the acid breaks down the cloudy oxidize layer, it may turn into a black residue. You'll be left with a clean aluminum surface that will, over time, oxidize and get that cloudy film again. It could also be waste compound of your hf acid etching the surface. Check to see whether the acid you're using will etch or clean an aluminum surface.
Q:Anti-Perspirant without Aluminum?
i heard wal-mart carries Almay. never tried, and don't know if it's really aluminum free, but never hurts to look around next time you're there. also, here is link to a forum, i think you may find it helpful. good luck.

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