Aluminium Coil Embossed Orange Peel Pattern

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2000 m.t./month

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Structure of  Aluminum Sheet  Embossed Description:

Our product is coated with high-performance fluorocarbon, polyester, polyurethane and epoxy coating, and is widely used for roofs, facade cladding, ceilings, aluminum curtains, composite panels, pipe wrap, advertisement plates, instrument panels, and other uses.

 

Main Features of the Aluminum Sheet Diamante Embossed: 

Enviromental, light weight, waterproof, fireproof, anti-rust, weather resistance, easy cleaning, easy matching with other decoration materials...

 

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Aluminum Sheet Diamante Embossed

 

Aluminum Sheet  Embossed Specification:

 

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Aluminum tread plate

1100 1050 1060

O H12 H14 H16 H18 H22

H24 H26 H32 H36 H111

H112  

 

 

0.2-200

40-1450

As your requirement

3003 3004 3005 3105

5005 5754 5052

5086

6061

8011

 

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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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Q:connect copper to aluminum?
You need both anti-oxide paste, (follow directions), and spring type connectors to take care of the thermal creep.- A good electrical supply hose will have them. Give them the details and they'll advise you. (Last I heard, modern wirenuts are ' UL listed' for the application. Lack of the surface treatment is probaly the cause of your bad connection.) Aluminum wiring isn't bad by itself. It's the terminations that cause the problems. Bad advice Shabir - Screw connectors have no 'spring' to take up the thermal cycles of the aluminum and are exactly the WRONG thing to use for the problem in question.
Q:Tightening small aluminum wires?
Copper safer than Alum at high amperages
Q:Aluminum foil and baking?
Aluminum foil is just the metal called aluminum which has been pressed into a very thin sheet (foil), and metals won't melt or catch fire here and there till they get extremely hot (in huge furnaces). A home oven is waaay too cool for that. As for sticking, that depends on whether the foil is touching your patties and how much, as well as which ingredients you used in the patties since some will carmelize or dry out onto the foil but only where they contacted. You can always tent or make a dome with the foil so it doesn't touch any of the food though if you're concerned. Not sure why you'd be covering falafels though, since that will steam them (at least partly) not bake, them and therefore not create a crispy exterior.
Q:is copper wire really better than aluminum?
Why in the name of G-d are solar panel installations using higher than 600 volts? I can't imagine the clearances in the panels will stand 10,000 volts without jumping arcs. It is true that the rubber insulation used on most wiring is rated at 600 volts breakdown - special neon rated wire is used for higher voltages, which can also be copper. When you say electric fence wire, you actually mean the short wires that run from the high voltage source to the end of the bare wires which are usually steel to withstand the force of animals who bump into them before the shock drives them off and which is the wire most of us think of as fence wire. There is a problem using aluminum wire, especially in houses, because it forms a hard oxide surface very quickly and expands and contracts more than copper, so it must be used with special connectors that break through the layer and grease that keeps off the air. If you are using 8 gauge wire, you are doing it because of fairly high amps, which usually involves low voltages and solar arrays I have looked into have been 12, 24 and 48 volts. If your system is putting out 30-40 amps at 600 volts, you are 18,000 watts or more through 1 set of wires. Really? Or am I mixing two systems?
Q:What is the boiling point of the aluminum in a vacuum?
Aluminum boils at 2519 °C (4566 °F) at normal pressure. In a vacuum, it might boil (a little) at 808 °C, but actually this is better known as subliming.
Q:Is it dangerous to eat foods baked in aluminum foil (Alzheimer's)?
No, I don't think it is dangerous to eat food baked in either side (shiny or matte side) in an aluminum foil. It is dangerous though to put aluminum foil inside a microwave oven to cause those electromagnetic fields to catch fire unless you have a microwave with a cavity magnetron tube to reflect the electromagnetic fields and also don't try to chew and ingest the aluminum foil
Q:Aluminum vs. steel shoes for H/J?
Unless you have a specific reason for aluminum, the steel is better. It is more rigid, and supplies more support to the hoof wall. The aluminum bends if the horse steps on something, stressing the hoof wall. I used them for an OTTB who had weak, shelly hooves in front. He threw shoes like second graders throw spitballs... and when a steel shoe would come off, so would half his hoof wall. I switched to aluminum; the smaller nails stressed the hoof less, and the light weight put less stress on the nails. He still threw the shoes, but his hoof wall stayed intact - a great improvement. I evented and hunter paced this horse in these shoes. They wore pretty well, and I had them reset many times. I din't use the racing plates (even lighter and thinner), but got regular shoes made from aluminum. However, unless you have a similar hoof problem, I'd stick with steel. Edit: they're more expensive because aluminum costs more, and he can't buy them in bulk because fewer people use them. They're also harder to put on properly, because the aluminum nails bend really easily. They can be harder to shape, again because they bend easily and if you're used to bending steel, you have to develop the touch for it.
Q:How much does one atom of aluminum cost?
length * width * thickness = volume (with some unit conversions) Mass = volume * density (look up the density of aluminum) convert mass to moles. convert moles to atoms Divide the cost by the number of Al atoms.
Q:aluminum recycling: does anyone know how aluminum recycling works?
Aluminum recycling is done by just melting the cans back into molten metal. There are reactions, but those deal with the impurities, not the aluminum. See the reference.
Q:Aluminium Reactivity?
Aluminum is very reactive so what happens is that it has a coat aluminum oxide as soon as it comes in contact with oxygen the outer layer forms aluminum oxide Al2O3. That is why Aluminum does not rust. The Al203 coat protects it.

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