Aluminium Easy Open End Can with Best Price

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1.Structure of Aluminium Easy Open End Can Description:


Aluminium Easy Open End Can can be used for aluminum can which  is a container for packaging made primarily of aluminum (BrE aluminium).It is commonly used for foods and beverages but also for products such as oil, chemicals, and other liquids.Most aluminum cans are made of two pieces. The bottom and body are "drawn" or "drawn and ironed" from a flat plate or shallow cup. After filling, the can "end" is sealed onto the top of the can. Aluminum cans are often made with recycled aluminum; approximately 68% of a standard North American can is recycled aluminum.

 

2.Main Features of the Aluminium Easy Open End Can


Durable and long lasting use
Advanced and  Elegante beverage and juice packing
Recyclable .
Environment friendly

 


 

3.Aluminium Easy Open End Can Image:

Aluminium Easy Open End Can with Best Price

Aluminium Easy Open End Can with Best Price

 

 

4.Aluminium Easy Open End Can Specification:

Name

 easy open end can

Item No.

307 #

Shape/type

Round

Size(mm)

Dia 83.3

Coating

Clear inside & outside

Material

Aluminum

Pcs/20 GP’

1,500,000 Customize packing: as clients’ requests.

Features

1.Have saferim. 2.Used for packaging of dry cargo,such as milk powder,coffe powder,condiment,tea,walnat meat,chicken essence,etc. 3.Have embossed illustration. 4.Coating can be according to customer required.

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1) How about your quality?
Quality is priority! Every worker keeps the QC from the very beginning to the very end, Quality control department especially responsible for quality checking in each process.

2) How about the delievery time?
About 30-45 days

3) What is your payment terms?
TT or LC

 

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I've known a couple of people who do this, you might try a search on Floating Panel. You could try to search out things on an artist called Gary Hume, as I know that his earlier paintings, certainly the ones for which he's known, were executed on aluminium. From what I remember of people doing this (some one on my MA made paintings on aluminium) the trick is in the priming, it being a non-pours surface. You need to rough the ground considerably and prime quite thickly. You also need to baton on the back, this will allow you to attach to the wall without ruining the face of the support, and prevent the possibility of warping. What looks great is if you recess the batons from the edge of the support, so that when against the wall they cannot be seen, this gives the appearance of hovering, and shows the thinness of your support. Another reason you might not be getting too many hits on your searches is the spelling, while not incorrect you might find art suppliers using the English, rather than the American spelling; aluminium rather than aluminum. I know that sounds petty but it might make a difference. The only other thing I know, while finding it a great surface to work on, smooth, bright, the artist I know also found it very expensive.
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Q:how do you make aluminum rock hard?
Dont use foil from the kitchen. Pure and simple. Get someone to machine you a piece of solid aluminum. You can't change the metallurgical properties of metal.
Q:Powdered aluminum is used in the thermite reaction for welding metals.?
Powdered Aluminum
Q:Aluminum Frame M1911 question...?
I have two concerns about using an aluminum frame for that caliber. First, and like everyone else who answered, I don't think it will stand up to the .38 Super +P for very long (and I wouldn't want to be around when it fails). Second, the reason I believe the frame will not last nearly as long as a steel or stainless (my personal suggestion) frame is that the grooves the slide fits and rides in will wear and enlarge MUCH faster than a steel or stainless frame will. This will, in my opinion, also quickly have an adverse affect on accuracy. Aluminum has it's place, but I don't think it's anywhere near this kind of firearm. On a side note, one of the other people who answered said that the aluminum will offer some corrosion resistance. This may generally be true, but salt water (like sweat) attacks aluminum significantly faster than it does steel, and stainless steel is almost non-reactive to it. If he wants a lighter gun for carry, Try an XD45. If I remember right they are rated for .45 +P, but call Springfield Armory to make sure. With the polymer frame they are much lighter than a 1911, and I have been very satisfied with the accuracy and the reliability of mine. Personally, I don't think the weight savings of the alloy frame is worth the extra care to keep from sweating on it or the much shorter lifespan the gun will likely have. If he isn't planning on carrying it, what is the point of lightening the gun? He'll feel a lot more recoil, especially if he does shoot the +P ammo.
Q:Science help about aluminum? 10 points?
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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!
General steps are as follows: melting - hot rolling - cold rolling - annealing – shearing – straightening – punching
Q:how to bring back shine to aluminum window frames?
try alot of pure white vinigar on them. It works wonders.
Q:what is the california recycling refund on aluminum blocks, and scrap aluminum??
WOW.......they must be worth sum money. Lucky you!!!!!!
Q:aluminum vs carbon fiber ?
CF is always more expensive - mostly because of production costs. Aluminum can be bent, machined, and extruded - all relatively cheap processes. CF has to be molded and typically requires a long cure time - so, slow and expensive. CF has higher strength to weight ratio - so if you're building an airplane or other thing where weight is critical... But, the strength thing is really complicated - how far does either deflect under a given load? And is deflection a good thing as in, say, a carbon fiber fly rod. At the deflection limit what happens? Aluminum takes a permanent bend, carbon fiber shatters. An aluminum car fender given a small bump will dent - a carbon fiber one will bounce back without a scratch. Given a larger bump the aluminum will dent more and the carbon fiber one will shatter. And while we're talking about bending - aluminum will 'cold work' - that is if you bend it back and forth and back and forth a zillion times first it becomes harder, then more brittle, then it breaks. Carbon fiber designs can be made to flex repetitively for much longer. Then there's heat issues. Aluminum can take a lot of heat. CF is actually 'composite construction' where some plastic (polyester resin, epoxy resin, etc) is required to bind the fibers together. All of these resins have different chractersitics when heated, but most of them have a Tg (temp at which they start to deform) of maybe 250 F or, for some hgih end epoxy resins, maybe 400 F - epoxy that can handle higher heat than that gets both expensive and difficult/dangerous to work with. So, carbon fiber leadin edges on the wing of an airplane that is designed to go supersonic might not be such a good idea. There's definitely no simple answer to this question.

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