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Structure of Aluminium Stone Power Coated in Coil Form:
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 Aluminium Stone Power Coated in Coil Form:
1) High flexibility
2) Impact resistance
3) Excellent weather-proof durability
5) High erosion resist
Images of the Aluminium Stone Power Coated in Coil Form:
Aluminium Stone Power Coated in Coil Form Specification:
From 0.024mm to 1.2mm
2.5 T/coil,3.0 T/coil
PE, PVDF, AC
Embossed, mill finish, coated
AS to code RAL
PE: more than 18 micron
PVDF: more than 25 micron
More than 2h
No peeling or cracking(50 kg/cm,ASTMD-2794:1993)
More than 100
FAQ Aluminium Stone Power Coated in Coil Form:
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.
- Q:Why did copper become more expensive than aluminum?
- you didnt even mention the people that break into houses to steal the pipes from the walls. Because copper is much harder to extract, aluminum you just get the bauxite, crush it and put it in water, viola
- Q:Best way to paint aluminum?
- The best way is to have the pieces powder coated. Its a little expensive but the color and luster are outstanding and will last forever.
- Q:Why aluminium plate warp after sandblasting?
- It warps because the blasting is relieving stresses in the material. If you stress relieve the material first, it's a heat treating process, then flatten it with a press brake and it will stay flat during sand blast. You might try using aluminum tooling plate, and a chemical etch if your coating needs it to adhere.
- Q:Can aluminium oxide react?
- Aluminium forms layer of aluminium oxide when exposed to air. This prevents further reaction WITH AIR.
- Q:Why does galvanic reaction occur so intensely in aluminum vs. copper?
- This problem arises between various metals such as iron aluminium where some form of plastic barrier is needed to stop electrochemical reaction taking place where these metals are in long term contact with each other especially in a wet environment. As far as aluminium copper are concerned, the difference in their chemical reactivity is particularly large; aluminium is a highly reactive metal that quickly becomes dull by coating itself with a very thin layer of aluminium oxide whilst copper is one of the least reactive of all metals. However, once covered with a fine layer of aluminium oxide, aluminium will tend not to corrode further. The effect of this is that any copper that does go into solution as a result of contact with weak atmospheric acids will very readily precipitate again as metallic copper onto the aluminium. Reactions similar to those below will readily take place: H2O (rain) + CO2 --- H2CO3 (carbonic acid - carbon dioxide dissolved in rain water) Cu + H2CO3 --- CuCO3 + H2 In an aqueous environment, 3 CuCO3 + 2 Al --- Al2(CO3)3 + 3 Cu Copper aluminium are regularly used because they are relatively low cost when compared with potential alternatives, even with recent commodity price increases. Toughened plastic has replaced copper in certain plumbing applications which have obviously eliminated this galvanic reaction problem.
- Q:If mercury is rub on aluminum, what happens?
- Mercury readily combines with aluminium to form a mercury-aluminum amalgam when the two pure metals come into contact. However, when the amalgam is exposed to air, the aluminium oxidizes, leaving behind mercury. The oxide flakes away, exposing more mercury amalgam, which repeats the process. This process continues until the supply of amalgam is exhausted, and since it releases mercury, a small amount of mercury can “eat through” a large amount of aluminium over time, by progressively forming amalgam and relinquishing the aluminium as oxide. Aluminium in air is normally protected by a thin layer of its own oxide, which is not porous to mercury. Mercury coming into contact with this oxide does no harm. However, if any elemental aluminium is exposed (even by a recent scratch), the mercury may combine with it, starting the process described above, and potentially damaging a large part of the aluminium before it finally ends.
- Q:Has the aluminum bat ruined USA born players?
- Maybe. Remember, there are still tons of American born players who are some of the top players in the league. Mark Teixeira, David Wright, Ryan Braun, and many others. Also, while the use of aluminum bats may hurt American position players, pitching is completely dominated by Americans. Tim Lincecum, CC Sabathia, Cole Hamels, Ryan Dempster, Jake Peavy, Scott Kazmir. The problem is that like you said aluminum is cheaper and players are used to them. Also with aluminum bats you can have bats as light as 18 ounces and as heavy as 30 or more ounces, so kids can start using aluminum bats from an early age and not want to switch to wood. I think what they should at least do is take aluminum bats out of college baseball.
- Q:what if aluminum disappeared one day?
- Mass produced things like aluminum don't just disappear in one day. They would already use alternative resource by the time it was scarce.
- Q:WIFFLE BALL bats have you ever used a ALUMINUM WIFFLE BALL bat?
- I've used an aluminum Wiffle bat and it really feels a lot better to hit with than the yellow plastic number. The Aluminum bats are still super light, but there is a bit of weight to it, and that weight is kind of end-loaded, which you can really feel as you turn your wrists over. The net result is a swing that feels more like a real bat with the barrel whipping through the hitting zone instead of that flyswatter feel you get with the regular bats. Oh, and you definitely get more distance when you connect. Definitely. I actually played in a Wiffle Ball tournament a few years ago and used those bats. Someone said that they no longer make them or they've been outlawed or something along those lines.
- Q:A Good/Funny Slogan For Aluminum?
- Aluminum: Keeping stoners amazed for over 50 years!
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