Aluminum Coil Sheet Goleden Brush For Decoration Plate

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Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series,5000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated Shape: Flat
Temper: T3-T8,O-H112,T351-T651 Application: Decorations

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1.Structure of Aluminum Coil Sheet Goleden Brush For Decoration Plate Description

We can produce aluminum sheet,color aluminum sheet and plastic composite panel base material. They are widely used in construction and decoration, hardware and electric appliances manufacture, automobile manufacture and other industrial and civil purposes, such as electronic capacitor, rice cooker, refrigerator, computer casting, lamp shade, air-conditioner, cosmetics cover and box, air-conditioner radiator, inner container of disinfecting cabinet, ceiling board, automobile motherboard, cover board and top board, etc.  



2.Main Features of Aluminum Coil Sheet Goleden Brush For Decoration Plate 

Good Corrosion Resistance

Good Machinability

High Quality 
Competitive Price



3. Aluminum Coil Sheet Goleden Brush For Decoration Plate Images:


Aluminum Coil Sheet Goleden Brush For Decoration Plate

Aluminum Coil Sheet Goleden Brush For Decoration Plate

Aluminum Coil Sheet Goleden Brush For Decoration Plate



4. Aluminum Coil Sheet Goleden Brush For Decoration Plate Specification:

Thickness3mm~10mm or as customer's requirement
Width500-2000mm or as customer's requirement
Length1000-6000mm or as customer's requirement
Finish2B,BA,HL,Brush,NO.1,NO.4,8k, polished etc
StandardAISI, GB, ASTM
Materiallow carbon steel, aluminum
ApplicationFoodstuff, Gas, metallurgy ,biology, electron ,chemical,
petroleum, boiler, nuclear energy, medical equipment, 
fertilizer, etc.


Q1.How long have you been in this product?
A1:More than 10 years.
Q2. What's the minium quantity(MOQ)?
A2. 5 Metric tons
Q3. How long is shipping time?
A3. 7 (ready-made products)-25 days(OEM)
Q4. How do you guarantee the quality?
A4. 1. Cooperating and Exchaning experience with sevral quoted aluminum companies
    2. Japanese and Swiss production line and skilled works (regular training and testing)
    3. more than 10 years production experience.
Q5. Do you have after sale service?
A5. Yes. Any quality problem occurs within one year, pls take photoes,we will be responsible.



Corrugated aluminum is characterized by light weight (only steel 3/10), silver white and other colors, both decorative effect, but also a strong ability to reflect sunlight. It can fire, moisture, corrosion resistance, can be used in the atmosphere for more than 20 years. Relocation dismantled corrugated board can still be reused. Corrugated aluminum sheet is widely used in building decoration. It is suitable for hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and other buildings walls and roof decorations.

Corrugated aluminum plate is made of aluminum alloy rolled sheet, its wavy cross section, is currently building a new type of building material widely used.
Only one-third of the proportion of aluminum steel, and has good ductility, very suitable for rolling process, in addition to aluminum also has a strong corrosion resistance, and therefore have important applications in the construction industry.


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Q:How does aluminum become magnetized?
aluminum is not magnetic. But it does exhibit paramagnetism. wikipedia: Paramagnetism is a form of magnetism that occurs only in the presence of an externally applied magnetic field. Paramagnetic materials have a relative magnetic permeability greater or equal to unity, i.e. a positive magnetic susceptibility, and hence are attracted to magnetic fields. The magnetic moment induced by the applied field is linear in the field strength and rather weak. It typically requires a sensitive analytical balance to detect the effect and modern measurements on paramagnetic materials are often conducted with a SQUID magnetometer. Unlike ferromagnets, paramagnets do not retain any magnetization in the absence of an externally applied magnetic field, because thermal motion randomizes the spin orientations. Some paramagnetic materials retain spin disorder at absolute zero, meaning they are paramagnetic in the ground state. Thus the total magnetization drops to zero when the applied field is removed. Even in the presence of the field there is only a small induced magnetization because only a small fraction of the spins will be oriented by the field. This fraction is proportional to the field strength and this explains the linear dependency. The attraction experienced by ferromagnetic materials is non-linear and much stronger, so that it is easily observed, for instance, by the attraction between a refrigerator magnet and the iron of the refrigerator itself. .
Q:What is the value of scrap aluminum recycling?
With the rapid growth of industrial development and urban population, the increasingly serious water pollution, water purification treatment needs are also increasing, the increasing demand for water purifying agent. Because of PAC molecules with varying amounts of a hydroxyl group, when the PAC was added turbid water source, water source continued hydrolysis under pH conditions, along with the occurrence of condensation, adsorption, precipitation and a series of physical, chemical process, so as to achieve the purpose of water purification.
Q:What kind of material does aluminum foil paper belong to?
Aluminum foil paper belongs to metal mixed material like alumina, which is a raw and auxiliary material for industry manufacture and mainly used for preventing package, articles for daily use and building.
Q:what are some of the stable compounds that contain the element aluminum?
It hink the alkaline earth metals are 2 on the periodic table. try typing in alkali metals, halogens, noble gases, alkaline earth metals. and notice what comes up. you will possibly be able to ought to positioned them in one at a time to locate the place they are placed on the Periodic table.
Q:The development and the market situation of aluminum foil packaging.
Foil packaging began in the early 20th century, when the aluminum foil packaging materials as the most expensive, only for high-end packaging. 1911 Swiss confectionery company began to use aluminum foil packaging chocolate, foil and gradually replace the popular 1913 US aluminum basis for success also started on the production of aluminum foil, mainly for high-end goods, life-saving supplies and chewing gum packaging. In 1921 the United States successfully developed aluminum foil paperboard used mainly as decorative panels and advanced packaging folding cartons. 1938 heat sealable aluminum foil paper published. during World War II, as military aluminum foil packaging materials developed rapidly. in 1948, the use of molded aluminum foil packaging food .20 1950s, aluminum foil, plastic composite materials began to develop. By the 1970s, with color printing technology matures, aluminum foil and plastic composite packaging entering a period of rapid spread.
Q:Chemistry on limiting reactant and yield with aluminum and oxygen?
The first step in all of these problems, is to make sure that your chemical equation is balanced, because this will tell you the ratio of the compounds you're comparing. Now, you know that your limiting reagent is going to be the deciding factor for how much product you produce. You can see that you have a ratio of 4:3:2, For every 4 parts Al you use 3 parts O2 to make 2 parts Al2O3, so, using this ratio, which of your reactants is the limiting reactant? Let's look at Aluminum, the ratio of Al to Al2O3 is 4:2, so, we have a ratio of 1.4 moles of Al / (x) moles of Al2O3 = 4/2 (x) moles of Al2O3 = 1.4/2 (x) moles of Al2O3 = 0.7 With 1.4 moles of Al, you'll make 0.7 moles of Al2O3 Now let's look at Oxygen, the ratio of O to Al2O3 is 3:2, so, we have a ratio of 1.35 moles of O / (x) moles of Al2O3 = 3/2 (x) moles of Al2O3 = 1.35/1.5 (x) moles of Al2O3 = 0.9 With 1.35 Moles of O, you'll make 0.9 moles of Al2O3 NOW, this is where the limiting reagent comes into play again! You can only make as much of your product as your limiting reagent will allow! So while that 1.35 moles of oxygen is willing to make up to 0.9 moles of product, your 1.4 moles of Aluminum can only make 0.7 moles when it's giving everything it's got. SO.... your limiting reagent here is Aluminum, and when you react 1.4 moles of Al with 1.35 moles of O, you form 0.7 moles of Aluminum Oxide and have left over Oxygen (because not all of it is used up!)
Assuming that you haven't an instrument sensitive enough to measure the thickness of a sample of foil directly, then you will have to measure something easier to measure and then do some maths. Try any of the following: 1. Measure the length and width of a piece of aluminium foil. Look up the density of aluminium in Kaye and Laby (or, if you can find a suitable chunk of aluminium, a pair of scales and a graduated cylinder, measure it yourself; then look it up anyway to see how accurate your measurement was). Weigh your piece of foil (feel free to fold it up or crumple it into a ball to make it fit on the scales; as long as you don't tear any off, it will still weigh the same) and calculate its volume using mass / density. Divide this by the area you measured earlier to get the thickness. 2. Place several layers of foil in intimate contact with one another and measure the thickness of the stack. Divide by the number of layers to get the thickness of each layer. Or, keep adding layers and measuring; plot a graph of thickness vs. number of layers and measure the slope. 3. Use a lens to project a magnified image of the edge of a sample of foil onto a screen. Divide the thickness of the foil *in the image* by the magnification factor (remember, light travels in straight lines; so, by the properties of similar triangles, the magnification factor will be equal to the ratio of the distances of image and object from the lens) to get the thickness of the *real* foil. Actually, if this is a coursework project, do all three (plus any more that you can think of or that other people suggest) and compare the results of each method. Where might errors creep in? What can you do to minimise them?
Q:Where can aluminum oxide be found?
Aluminum oxide is corundum. If it has a tiny amount of Cr in it, we call it ruby. Other gems of corundum are sapphire. It is not a particularly common mineral as it needs very low silica environments (otherwise it reacts with silica to form mullite or one of the Al2SiO5 polymorphs). Corundum is found in metamorphic rocks of low silica-content, around low-Si igneous intrusions, and in some igneous rocks called pegmatites. Corundum for sand-paper etc. is made from bauxite which is the main Al ore and is a mixture of Al hydroxides and oxy-hydroxides. These are formed by extremely intense deep weathering of rocks in tropical regions. Check corundum and bauxite on the internet for more details
Q:Which sub-item should be applied when choosing choose suitable composite aluminum foil rubber & plastic thermal insulated pipe?
Since wrapping aluminum foil glass fiber cloth with 40mm rock wool in roof thermal insulation belongs to pipe thermal insulation, you should apply the quota sub-items "Fiber products(pipe skin) installation" , "Glass wool cloth protection layer" and "aluminum foil protection layer" in the fascicle "Oil-painting, anti-corrosion and thermal insulation project" in "Installation quota ".
Q:How to remove the oxide layer in the aluminum foil with a chemical process?
Generally, we adopt the method of alkali corrosion to remove the oxide layer on the surface of the aluminum foil.The purpose of alkali corrosion is removing the oxide layer on the surface of the aluminum foil. (Note: Technological process of the method is as follows: under normal temperature, 20% nitric acid; the process parameters is about 0.5 minutes. Pre-degrease--degrease--rinsing--rinsing--alkali corrosion--rinsing--rinsing--bright dipping--rinsing--rinsing--pure rinsing. The purpose of bright dipping is to remove surface residual black ash after alkali corrosion.Temperature:50-60 degrees; time:0.5-1 minutes.The purpose of degreasing is to remove grease on the surface of the aluminum foil.The process parameters is 0.5-1 minutes. You can use acid to wash it.

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