Aluminum Wire Rod AAAC AASC Manufactured in China

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Grade: 1000 Series,2000 Series,3000 Series,4000 Series,5000 Series,6000 Series,7000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated,Embossed,Anodized,Polished,Mill Finish,Color Coated,Oxidized,Enameled Wire,Brushed,Printed,Composited,Holographic Impression,Sand Blasted,Powder Coating Shape: Hexagonal,Oval,Rectangular,Flat,Round,T-Profile,Angle,Square
Temper: Half Hard,Soft,T351-T851,T351-T651,O-H112,T3-T8,Hard Application: Door & Window,Decorations,Label & Tag,Insulation Material,Seal & Closure,Liner & Wad,Kitchen Use,Food,Glass Wall,Transportation Tools,Heat Sink,Pharmaceutical

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Aluminum Wire Rod AAAC AASC

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Aluminium Alloy Stranded Wire AAAC AASC
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Aluminium Alloy Stranded Wire  AAAC  AASC

GHCABLE is a cable manufactorer with more than 20 yrs history locates in Danyang City of CHINA(near Shanghai)

Type                 Description                             Application standard
LJ          Aluminium stranded wire (A.A.C)                      GB 1179-1983
LGJ         Aluminium conductor steel-reinforeed (ACSR)          GB 1179-1983
LHA1J       Aluminium alloy stranded wire (AAAC or AASC)         GB 9329
LHA2J       Aluminium alloy stranded wire (AAAC or AASC)         GB 9329

 

Aluminum Wire Rod AAAC AASC

 

Aluminum Wire Rod AAAC AASC


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Q:Does a aluminum or steel bike frame usually cost more?
Must add my 2 cents... Steel is not common at all anymore. Far less than 10% around my area, Michigan. I think that is true anywhere in the US anyway. I see far more full carbon than steel with alum being the easily the most common. Steel is a little heavier and compliant than alum. Any material can make a stiff frame if designed and built well. Steel by it's nature dampens vibration more than alum. I agree with mr g, it's an image to be projected. Steel = old school. I don't know why so much posing goes on in the road bike world. To actually answer the question: Both can be very costly. If we're talking about quality road frames, Alum would usually be cheaper. I would say it's a matter of production quantities. There are tons of alum frames out there and only a hand full of steel. Quality steel is a niche market now.
Q:Cardboard and aluminum questions.?
You are going to hate this answer: because the answer is: It depends. Without further details of what you are trying to accomplish its hard to know. 1: For instance if you are just trying to get small sheets of aluminum...cut off the top and bottom with scissors and one straight line down the middle. But if you are looking for something more accurate you may need to use a press or just buy sheets 2: Again, without knowing details its hard to say...perhaps you should use ducktap and layer the aluminium onto the cardboard like scale armor 3: you could use glue I guess....or do a weak weld...or if you scaled the aluminum then you wouldn't ahve to connect the aluminum to itself only to the cardboard. But it all depends on how quality you want the project to look...and what you want the end product to look like. But since you are talking about cardboard and cans I'm guessing scaling the aluminum with duck tape should work for you.
Q:are aluminum rims bad to use for a firepit?
Yes, it will not hold up and if the fire gets hot enough, it may melt. It is better to use rocks that do not come from a stream or any water area.
Q:What keeps things colder- plastic wrap or aluminum foil?
Aluminum foil. It is thicker, and metal retains heat/cold longer than the thin film of plastic would. I actually use both when I freeze things like lasagna...I use a layer of plastic wrap on it first, then a layer of foil over the top. It creates an extra (albeit fine) layer of insulation.
Q:Does molten aluminum stick to steel?
Aluminium and iron are pretty incompatible materials, they don't form an alloy I don't think, so it is unlikely they would stick. Also, both metals will get an oxide layer on the surface which should keep them separate. Try it! If the finished part does stick, try heating the aluminium then dip the steel rod in some ice water.
Q:Which kind of glue is best for bonding wood and aluminum sheet together?
You can use 502 adhesive.
Q:why does the bubble apear a few minutes later after putting aluminum sheet into dilute sulphuric acid?
Because there is oxide on the surface of aluminum, the reaction will be quicker after polishing the oxide with abrasive paper.
Q:I have a number of existing 4mm aluminum plate,
And the same direction in the rolling, more than 1.5 of the thickness of cracking is more serious; it is proposed to increase the bending angle of R, annealing may not be solved.Or on the bending line and calendering line to cross 45 degrees (comparison fee)
Q:Is there a angle grinder cut off wheel made for cutting aluminum?
Hello, If you are cutting aluminum you should use a metal cutting blade. A normal stone saw blade will not cut the metal safely. It will also be uneconomical. A metal cutting blade will cut much quicker than trying to force a stone blade through metal. It also matters because it can be dangerous cutting any metal with a blade that is not meant for cutting metal because the blade can become unstable and parts can come away from the blade. The cost of the cutting blades for both stone,brick,concrete etc and the cost of a metal blade will be somewhere similar in price so If i were you i would always look to buy a metal cutting blade rather than a general blade. Hope this helps.
Q:aluminum oxide?
It turns out to be surprisingly difficult to do, because aluminum forms a skin of oxide which retards further oxidation. One way might be to react aluminum with sulfuric acid, getting aluminum sulfate in solution. Treat this with barium hydroxide; barium sulfate will precipitate out, leaving aluminum hydroxide in solution. Dry this and heat it, driving off the hydroxide as water and leaving aluminum oxide. I haven't tried this, so cannot guarantee that it will work.

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