Anti-Rust High Strength 5454 Aluminum Coil for Oil Tank

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Grade: 5000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish Shape: Flat
Temper: O-H112 Application: Transportation Tools

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1.Structure of Anti-Rust High Strength 5454 Aluminum Coil Description

Aluminum 5xxx alloy(5052, 5005, 5182, 5754, 5456 5083), 5xxx alloy has high corrosion resistance, good forming property, good welding performance, commonly used for decoration, automobile, marine service, fuel tank, can cover material, road signs etc.
Aluminum alloy 6061, 6063...6xxx alloy has high strength, good corrosion resistance, weldability, superior for oxidation, commently applied for construction, electron, mould making, extrusions, vehicle etc.Aluminum alloy 7050, 7075, 7xxx alloy is superduralumin, most suitable for aerospace equipment, machine and moulds.If you have requirement feel free to ask for quotation. We have competitive price especially for alloy 5052, 5005, 5182, 5754, 5456 5083 7050, 7075.

 

 

2.Main Features of Anti-Rust High Strength 5454 Aluminum Coil

Good Corrosion Resistance

Good Machinability

High Quality 
Competitive Price

 

 

3. Anti-Rust High Strength 5454 Aluminum Coil Images:

Anti-Rust High Strength 5454 Aluminum Coil for Oil Tank

Anti-Rust High Strength 5454 Aluminum Coil for Oil Tank

Anti-Rust High Strength 5454 Aluminum Coil for Oil Tank

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

4. Anti-Rust High Strength 5454 Aluminum Coil Specification:

 

Aluminium alloySiFeCuMnMgCr ZnTiothersAl
perall
54540.250.40.10.5-1.02.4-3.00.05-0.20.250.20.050.15Remains

 

5.FAQ

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.

 

 

 

 

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Q:Bike Spokes: Brass vs Aluminum Nipple Difference?
Commercially pure aluminum has a tensile strength of approximately 90MPa and can be improved to around 180MPa by cold working. Typical Brass alloys have tensile strengths in the range 250 - 500MPa. There maybe different brass materials which exceed this limit. There may be those which are lower in tensile strength than the minimum of this range. Check in the web. But, according to these data, you can see that Brass is stronger than Aluminum. So, the brass plate is stronger than the Al plate. However, Aluminum is a pure metal. Brass is an alloy. So, there maybe different brasses depending on their composition.
Q:Opinions wanted. Carbon or Aluminum?
If you're going to get carbon, get a high-end frame....either as a complete bike or one that you build up with possibly non-top-level parts if you're concerned about money. I prefer aluminum for mountain bikes, steel for jump/urban bikes, and carbon for the road. A good aluminum road frame is still nice to ride but carbon is really sweet on pavement. Well-made carbon will minimize flex in the wrong areas, but leave enough compliance to give it a nice road feel. Well-made aluminum will always be a bit harsh on a road bike but can be made darn close to the same light finish weights of carbon, especially if you choose a scandium frame. The disadvantage of carbon is its relative fragility. If they get damaged beyond superficial scratches, they're destined for the lightweight and expensive dumpster most of the time. It's possible to repair damage to carbon, but the repairs are so expensive it's usually not even worth it. Aluminum can be repaired more often, but they're often trash, too.....depends on the frame. Don't rule out titanium from the mix unless you have something against it. Not as many offerings in the marketplace, but that's mainly due to it's expense and the training involved in working with it. Titanium rides are pretty sweet. Hope this helps....enjoy the new bike whatever you get. :o)
Q:Help balancing chemistry equation Aluminum metal reacts with hydrochloric acid, HCl, to form hydrogen gas?
Aluminum And Hydrochloric Acid
Q:Why does fillet appear when rolling aluminum coil?
How thick and wide is it when there is such problem? Which is the rolling pass? And what is the type of the rolling mill? The simple 4 rollers or CVC and HC rolling mill with roller control. Does the filler appear in rolling or out of roller? Different thickness will lead to different analysis.
Q:Aluminium Vs Mild Steel Vs Galv?
That is actually a complicated question that may need serious engineering. First of all, pure aluminum is rather soft and flexible and you may need to consider an aluminum alloy, perhaps an alloy used in aircraft structures to resists loads. The nature of the load (concentrated or distributed) may affect how the channel tends to bend and the strength needed to resist bending. C channels many tend to bend, shear, twist or buckle and could also fail where loads are applied or at end connections. Likely, mechanical engineers would make a freebody diagram of the channel and study its loading and physical restraints to calculate the strengths needed. Then it is likely a safety factor (10%, 50%, etc. extra strength) would be required depending upon the consequences of failure. If public safety is at issue, calculations should be performed (or checked) by a licensed professional engineer. Because channels (usually) can not be custom made at rolling mills (unless there is a huge order) the next larger available channel in the correct alluminum alloy may be required. Often insurance and product liability demand a correct solution. If the existing mild steel flange works, it (or an assembly drawing) could be presented to show the necessary configuration and help identify possible interferences if channel dimensions must change. Depending upon environment (wet, dry etc.) mixing metal parts may raise corosion concerns. For example, drainage from copper flashings on roofs tends to corode aluminum gutters. Aluminum alloy will likely be more expensive than mild steel and titanium would be stronger and lighter than aluminum (and is now being used in aircrafts) but would be even more expensive. Channel cost may be more important in a large production run than in a one of a kind structure.
Q:Is the aluminum coil with damaged side still useful?
The side of tire, also called side wall, is the thinnest and most fragile. Side wall damages can be divided into swell and scratch. The swell is often caused by external force (The car is trapped in pit or on curb when you are driving fast). It can cause the cord thread break so that the rubber of the tire side wall cannot be fixed and tightened. The size of the swell is often as big as that of an one-yuan coin and will become bigger as the traveling distance increases. Under such circumstance, it is recommended to replace the tire. Scratch is usually caused by bad roads or debris on the road. It is recommended to replace the tire if the scratch in the side wall is obvious and the cord thread break. If the front wheels have such damages, the tire should be replaced as soon as possible (Because the steering, braking and driving is mainly based on the front wheels.). If there is no spare tire on site, change the front damaged tire with the rear tire and drive to an appropriate place.
Q:How to calculate the dosage of paint for aluminum coil coating? If the weight is 1 ton, the density 2.71 and the thickness 0.12mm, how much paint is needed?
Coating surface area S*0.12(thickness)*ρ(density) / solid(paint solid)=actual paint consumption brush and roller paint: 100% spray paint: calculated value*70%
Q:How does aluminum ingot be processed to aluminum coil (aluminum sheet)?
First it should be made into blank and then put on the rolling mill.
Q:How heavy and long is the aluminum rolling on average?
On average it is 5 or 6 tons, and you can weigh specific ones. The length = weight/(width*thickness*density).
Q:whats harder aluminum or wood ?
aluminum is, and hardness isnt everything.. theres bat speed, vibration differences after the swing, wider sweet spots, and durability. aluminum bats dominate wood bats in all these catergories

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