ALUMINIUM CHECKERED SHEET-STUCCO

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1. Specifications of Aluminum Checkered Sheet

MAIN SPECIFICATION OF ALUMINUM CHECKERED SHEET
AlloyAA1XXX (AA1050, AA1060, AA1070, AA1100 etc.)
AA3XXX (AA3003, AA3004, AA3005, AA3105 etc.)
AA5XXX(AA5052)

TemperH14,H18,H24, H26, H32
Thickness0.2mm-100mm
Width30mm-1700mm
Standard

GB/T 3880-2006

Special specification is available on customer's requirement

2. Usage/Applications of Aluminum Checkered Sheet

The embossed aluminum sheet are widely used for decorative purposes in construction, packing and appliance. It is also very commonly used for anti-splippery purposes in vehicles and public places.

3. Packing & Delivery of Aluminum Checkered Sheet

Packaging: Seaworth package

Shipment: The goods will be delivered in not more than 40 days after getting the buyer's payment.


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Q:a calculation for aluminium and copper wires?
Copper has lower resistance per unit volume, ie, a 1 cm diameter copper wire has less resistance than a 1 cm aluminum wire. BUT, aluminum is much lighter than Cu for the same diameter. If you used an aluminum wire that weighs the same as the 1 cm diameter copper wire, it would have LOWER resistance. And that is why aluminum is used in power transmission, and also in aircraft, where weight is important. to do this you calculate density resistivity which is (resistivity x density). Here is a partial table: Al 28.2e-9 Ω-m * 2700 kg/m³ = 76e-6 Ω-kg/m² Cu 17.2e-9 Ω-m * 8960 kg/m³ = 154e-6 Ω-kg/m² Ag 15.9e-9 Ω-m * 10500 kg/m³ = 167e-6 Ω-kg/m² Au 22.14e-9 Ω-m * 19300 kg/m³ = 427e-6 Ω-kg/m² Zn 68e-9 Ω-m * 7130 kg/m³ = 485-6 Ω-kg/m² Fe 100e-9 Ω-m * 7870 kg/m³ = 787e-6 Ω-kg/m² Note that Al is half that of Cu.
Q:Aluminum Recycling products?
cool drink cans.
Q:How many 330 ml aluminium cans is equivalent to a roll of aluminium foil 30cmx10m (abt 12 inch by 3 feet)?
Are you recycling them? If so it could be quite interseting as you are not using detergent and water to wash up? Who knows? How bad do you feel? I imagine that it's not great in the big scheme of things as re-using is the best option before re-cycling.
Q:Physics--Expansion of Aluminum?
The linear expansivity of aluminum is 23 x10^-6 /K. Bulk expansivity is 3 x 23 x10^-6 / k For 130 [cm^3] the temperature required is 130 [cm] ^3/ 3 x 23 x10^-6 = 0.00013/[3 x 23 x10^-6] = 1.88 K ========================= If each side of the cube of side 1m expands by e, then its new volume = [1+e]^3 = 1 + 3e + 3e^2 +e^3. Neglecting high powers of e as negligible, the increase in volume is 3e. But e = 23 x10^-6 x rise in temperature 3e = 3*23 x10^-6 x rise in temperature. Given 3e = 0.00013 0.00013= 3*23 x10^-6 x rise in temperature Rise in temperature = 0.00013 / 3*23 x10^-6 = 1.88 K
Q:Is it a good idea putting Aluminum foil on my windows?
looks really tacky from the outside
Q:why is aluminum oxide used more frequently than silicon carbide as an abrasive?
Aluminum oxide is tougher and therefore better suited to grinding steel, and a lot of grinding is done on steel. Silicon carbide is harder, but quite brittle, it tends to break into sharp shapes which is an advantage for nonferrous and nonmetallic workpieces, but the lack of toughness makes it specialized abrasive and therefore it is used less than aluminum oxide.
Q:Aluminum vs Carbon Fiber?
Carbon Fiber. It's the more expensive one, but look at cars for instance. It's light weight, very strong, and great if you're a drifter or racer. I guess it depends on what you're making though.
Q:is there a place that recycles crushed aluminum cans for money?
there are lots of benefits you must google it
Q:Why is there aluminum in deodorant?
Antiperspirant. okorder.com/
Q:aluminum vs carbon fiber ?
This Site Might Help You. RE: aluminum vs carbon fiber ? If you were to make something from each of these. which is more expensive? aluminum or carbon fiber ? which is stronger? What would the advantages or disadvantages of each be?

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