Aluminium Bar for Deoxidation of Steel Production

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5 m.t.
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1000 m.t./month

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Item specifice:

Grade: 1000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish Shape: Round
Temper: O-H112 Application: Decorations

Product Description:

Structure of Aluminium Bar for Deoxidation of Steel Production Description:

Coated aluminum coil/sheet are of a wide range of colors, which gives wonderful appearance no matter in residential and commercial constructions of great exhibition centers.

The coated aluminum coil/sheet have been widely used in the fields of construction and decoration( garage doors, ceiling etc.), electronic appliances, lighting decoration, air-condition air pipes, sandwich panels and drainages etc.

 

Main Features of the Aluminium Bar for Deoxidation of Steel Production:

1) High flexibility 
2) Impact resistance
 
3) Excellent weather-proof durability
 
4) Anti-ultraviolet
 
5) High erosion resist

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Aluminium Bar for Deoxidation of Steel Production

Aluminium Bar for Deoxidation of Steel Production

Aluminium Bar for Deoxidation of Steel Production



Aluminium Bar for Deoxidation of Steel Production Specification:

Alloy

A1100,A3003,A1050,A8011   etc

Temper

H16,H18,H24

Thickness

From   0.024mm to 1.2mm

Width

Standard   width:1240mm

Special   width:1300mm,1520mm,1570mm,1595mm

Diameter

Standard   dia:1200mm

Interior   dia:150mm,405mm,505mm

Weight

2.5   T/coil,3.0 T/coil

Coating

PE, PVDF,   AC

Surface

Embossed,   mill finish, coated

Color

AS to   code RAL

Gloss

10-90%(EN   ISO-2813:1994)

Coating   Thickness

PE: more   than 18 micron

PVDF: more   than 25 micron

Coating   Hardness

(pencil   resistance)

More   than 2h

Coating   adhesion

5J(EN   ISO-2409:1994)

Impact   Resistance

No   peeling or cracking(50 kg/cm,ASTMD-2794:1993)

Flexibility

(T-bend)

2T

MEK   resistance

More   than 100

 

FAQ:

a.What is monthly capacity

---CNBM is one stated own company and our monthly capacity is about  2000tons.

b. Now which countries do you export your goods?

---Now we export to  South East Asia,Africa, North America,South America  ect.

 



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one is made of aluminum and one isn't. haha i saw a movie and it had a guy and he said yo man i don't have your money
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Aluminum sheet has a better thermal conductivity, because metal is good conductor of heat, graphite is n't metal.
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Since aluminum foil is an amalgamation of various metals you would first need to know the full chemical breakdown in order to determine how many molecules there are in a square foot of aluminum foil. That said, if your foil was 100% aluminum, you could determine the number of AL atoms by first determining the mass of the foil and dividing by the molecular weight of AL. Multiply that by 6.022 x 10^23 to determine the number of atoms.

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