Aluminium Checker Plate/ Tread Plate Used for Stairs

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Grade: 1000 Series Surface Treatment: Embossed Shape: Square
Temper: O-H112 Application: Building

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                                         Aluminium Checker Plate/ Tread Plate Used for Stairs 

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1) Alloy: 1050. 1200, 1100, 3003, 5052, 5754

 

2) Temper: H111, H112, O, H14, H24, H32

 

3) Thickness: 0.8mm to 10mm

 

4) Width: 100mm to 2300mm,  Length: up to 11 Meter, 

 

5) Patterns: Two bar,three bar, Five bar and diamond plate

 

6) Use: Refrigeration floor, Truck floor,  flooring, stairs, indoor and outdoor decoration


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Packaging detailStandard seaworthy export packing, wooden pallets with plastic protection for sheets

Delivery detail: about 25 days from received original L/C or advance payment    

Aluminium Checker Plate/ Tread Plate Used for Stairs


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CNBM International Corporation, China National Building Materials (Group) Corporation, is one of the largest companies in China building material & equipment industry, with 42,800 employees and sales in 2005 of US Dollar 4.395 billion. In 2006, China National Building Material Company Limited was listed on Hong Kong Stock Market with the stock code as     3323. 
Aluminium checker sheet is a popular product in the market of CNBM. With advanced technology and equipment, CNBM has sold its hight quality aluminium checker sheet to the world.

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A: 2.5 tons

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Q:is there any tool that will pick up aluminum nails?
Not that I have heard of. The best way is manual hand pick up. If it is on concrete you might try making a pad out of a good stickey tape (turning the stickey part to the outside) that might speed up the process.
Q:Aluminum...and planes?
The density of aluminum is MUCH lower than cast iron (thus, aluminum is LIGHTER). Because it is lighter, it would be much more ideal for applications like plane building, which is why aluminum is used over cast iron in airplanes. As well, aluminum has a protective coating called aluminum oxide which protects it from corroding in water. [Answer: see above]
Q:25mm thickness of hard aluminum processing to 6mm how to process?
Oh, the 25mm thickness of the hard aluminum processing to 6mm, I suggest you contact the mill for rolling it.
Q:how to separate the aluminum sheet in plastic?
Put them into clean water if both of them won’t react with water, and aluminum sheet will sink into the bottle, then fish up them separately.
Q:Aluminum wiring in house preventative measures - ceiling lights?
Connections at ceiling lights have far less potential for a problem, but a potential none the less. So, while you are at it, go ahead and check them. The antioxidant compound and al/cu listed wire nuts (marriets) are the correct and proper materials to use. I applaud you for having done your homework. After tightening each connector be sure to pull on each and every wire to ensure they are good and tight. When combining solid and stranded wire, slide the stranded past the solid about an 1/8 before capping. We in the trade use 9 lineman's pliers to twist all wires before capping them. An inexpensive pair (of Lineman's) can be had for under $20. A good pair of wire strippers (with built in screw cutters) can be had for about $15. I mention the screw cutter because there is a good chance that somewhere along the line you will find a location where the stock 7/8-1 screw bottoms out against something before it gets tight. If you force it it will strip out. Not to mention it might dig into the insulation on a wire resulting in a short. Screws in devices (receptacles, switches, dimmers etc.) are 6-32 and light fixtures are typically 8-32. I would also get a non-contact tester. A.k.a. inductive tester. Very handy at times. When you are sure the power is off to a box it might not be. On an occasion another hot will be present. The beep testers will quickly alert you to the presence of another live circuit. A multi-tester will allow you to identify wires should you fail to mark them before working on them. If you mark the location of each wire to a 3 or 4-way switch before replacing it you will save yourself a lot of time. Same with wires to any GFI receptacles. Swapping wires location to location may not be correct. Some have the Line terminals on one side, while most have them on the top. But I get the impression you have a bit of experience or a friend who does helping you with this.
Q:Could copper wire be welded with aluminum sheet?
Copper wire could be welded with aluminum sheet, and it needs to use low temperature welding method, if copper wire is in the unit of millimeter and aluminum sheet is also in the unit below 1 mm, you can use electric soldering iron to heat it as hybrid welding and choose low temperature welding materials, you can use WEWELDING M51 welding wire and M51-F flux to complete welding. As for the large aluminum sheet, you can take liquefied gas multihole lance as heat source, then choose the same low temperature materials as welding materials, you can use WEWELDING M51 welding wire and M51-F flux to complete welding. Welding fundamentals of these two welding methods: both of them are use heatable heat source to heat the matrix to 179 degree, the melting point of WEWELDING M51, then use matrix’s heat conduction to melt welding wire, completing welding. The process of melting welding wire is the process of smearing the welding wire with flux into welding area, melting welding wire completely depends on matrix’s heat conduction.
Q:Will food heat up more quickly in an aluminum box or a wooden box? Why?
If all of the heat transfer is from the sun through the open top, a wooden box would keep the heat in, acting as an insulator. The aluminum box would quickly radiate away any trapped heat. If the heat is coming in through the walls, then aluminum would conduct the heat better. A glass top would definitely allow the sun's energy in while trapping the heat. That is how a greenhouse works! The aluminum vs. wood discussion still holds, wood is better in this situation.
Q:Do we have enough Aluminum for ever?
Yes, there will be enough aluminum for us all. Economic theory says so. As demand rises, the cost of aluminum will go up (lowering demand) and more aluminum will be recycled (increasing supply). Our children might not see aluminum foil, but aluminum cans might still be out there :)
Q:What does aluminum plate "3003-H24" mean?
According to the main alloy aluminum alloy elements can be divided into 2 * * * for Al Cu alloy aluminum (Al--Cu), 3 * * * aluminum manganese alloy aluminum (Al--Mn), 4 * * * series of aluminum silicon alloy aluminum (Al--Si), 5 * * * for aluminium magnesium alloy aluminum (Al--Mg). 6 * * * for Al Mg Si alloy aluminum (AL--Mg--Si), 7 * * * for aluminum and zinc alloy aluminum [AL--Zn--Mg-- (Cu)].Aluminum status: 1, F: free machining status. 2 and O: annealed condition 3 and H: work hardening state. 4, W: solid solution heat treatment state. 5, T: heat treatment state.
Q:The white powder often found on objects made of aluminum is aluminum oxide. Al2O3?
molar mass.. .. molar mass Al2O3 = 2 x 26.98 + 3 x 16.00 = 101.96 g/mol mass %'s based on formula .. % Al in Al2O3 = (2 x 26.98 / 101.96) x 100% = ___ % .. % O in Al2O3 = (3 x 16.00 / 101.96) x 100% = ___ % mass % based on experimental data .. % Al in oxide = (5.00g / 9.36g) x 100% = ___% .. % O in oxide = ( (9.36g - 5.00g) / 9.36g) x 100% = __ % and finally .. % error = (|measured - accepted| / |accepted|) x 100% = ___% ********* here's the answer for the ALUMINUM calcs .. % Al in Al2O3 = (2 x 26.98 / 101.96) x 100% = 52.92% .. % Al in oxide = (5.00g / 9.36g) x 100% = 53.42% .. % error = ( | 53.42% - 52.92% | / | 52.92% | ) x 100% = 0.95% you get to do the oxygen calcs

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