coated aluminium coil AA5074-H16, 0.62mm thickness

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Grade: 1000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated Shape: Angle
Temper: T3-T8 Application: Decorations

Product Description:

Aluminum coils color coated are of a wide range of colors, which give wonderful appearance no matter in residential and commercial constructions or great exhibition centers.

Aluminum coils color coated have been widely used in the fields of construction and decoration, electronic applications, lighting decoration, air-condition air pipes, sandwich panels and drainages etc.

2.Main Features of the Aluminum Coils Colored Coated

•    Superior quality of raw material

•    Reasonable and stable chemical composition

•    Accurate tolerance

•    Goode mechanical property

4.Aluminum Coils Colored Coated Specification

Width 30mm-1700mm
Coating  PE,PVDF,Epoxy
Painting Thickness Standard 16-25 Mic, max 40 Mic
Color According to RAL colors or customers' samples
Standard GB/T 17748-1999

 coated aluminium coil AA5074-H16, 0.62mm thickness

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Q:Does aluminum foil insulate food?
all i know is that it keeps food hot.
Q:What is aluminium plate for?
Two outdoor and indoor, outdoor curtain wall decoration, indoor ceiling (such as aluminum pinch plate, aluminum grille, aluminum hanging tablets, etc.), color diversity, but also can be made imitation wood grain, imitation marble and other colors, widely used
Q:final temp of aluminum?
To solve this problem, you need the heat capacity of water and Al, I know off hand the heat capacity of water but you'll need to look it up for Al. From the problem, you know that the heat given up as the aluminum cools is gained by the water heating up. As there is no phase change, the heat gained (or lost) is mass * heat capacity * temperature change energy gained by water = energy lost by Al. Let Tf be the final temperature of the Al and water. 32.6 g * 4.18 J/gK * (Tf - 24.4C) = 15.1 g * heat capacity of Al * (53.2 C - Tf) Solve for Tf. Because there is almost twice as much water as Al and water has a higher heat capacity than Al, the temperature will be closer to 24.4C than it is to 53.2C
Q:What is aluminium plate L2-Y2?
China plastic deformation of pure aluminum grades are 1080, 1080A, 1070, 107000A (L1), 1370, 1060, 1050 (L2), 1050A (L3), 1A50 (LB2), 1350, 1145, 1035 (L4), 1A30 (L4-1), 1100 (L5-1), 1200 (L-5), 1235. Iron and silicon are their major impurities and are increasing by the number of brands.2, Y2: indicates that the material is in a semi hard state
Q:help with aluminium and titanium questions?
1. When exposed to air, pure aluminium rapidly forms a passive oxide layer, alumina, which further inhibits aluminium reactions with other elements. 2. Aluminium can be made stronger by alloying with other elements. One of the most known aluminum alloy is duraluminium, where the principal alloying component is copper. 3. Exactly as aluminium, titanium corrosion resistance is due to its high reactivity with oxygen. When pure titanium is exposed to air it forms a passive titanium dioxide layer on the surfaces exposed which further prohibits other reactions with corrosion agents. 4. The use of titanium in jet engines components is favored by its strength to weight ration, which is unmatched by any other metal. As for the nuclear reactors, its use is preferred because of its superior corrosion resistance associated with fracture toughness and overall durability. 5. Both titanium and aluminium are refined from their respective mined ores - bauxite, for aluminium, ilmenite and rutile for titanium. Basically, these are oxides of the metals. Pure metal has to be reduced from these ores and processes involve use of temperatures up to and sometime exceeding 1000 degrees Celsius, which obviously requires a great consumption of energy, including electricity. Moreover, pure aluminium is obtained in the final processing phase through electrolysis, meaning an electrical current is needed in order to drive the required chemical reactions, thus adding to the electrical consumption. 6. Recycling aluminium from aluminium simply requires the remelting of the metal, eliminating the electrolytic phase that is high electric energy consuming.
Q:How Strong is Aluminum?
How strong aluminum is, depends on the specific alloy of aluminum, whether it is the aluminum 1000 series, or the 3000 series, or the 6000 series, or other variants. The 6000 series is most common for structural purposes. Do a search on its yield strength and its ultimate tensile strength, to get an idea of how strong your particular variant is. The alloy Aluminum 6061-T6 has a yield strength of 35000 lb/in^2, and an ultimate tensile strength of 42000 lb/in^2. This is for the case of pure tension with a uniform load. The square inches refers to its cross sectional area. The ultimate strength occurs at the point where it will completely rupture. The yield strength occurs at the point, where it still supports the load, but ceases to be reversible after the load is removed. Pure aluminum metal is much weaker than its alloys. It has a yield strength of about 1500 psi, and an ultimate strength of 10000 psi. For structural purposes, you almost always want to stay below the yield strength. How stiff aluminum is, is common among all alloys, as 10000000 psi. That is to say 10 million pounds of tension on an aluminum member with a cross sectional area of 1 inch, would hypothetically cause an increase equal to 1 length, if it were still in-tact and linear-elastic at that amount of stress. It isn't. A more realistic case, would be that 10000 pounds of tension on this member, would cause an 0.1% increase in length. As for how light aluminum is per square inch, that depends upon how long your rod is. A 3 ft rod weighs 3 times as much per square inch as does a 1 ft rod. The weight of a material is measured PER UNIT VOLUME rather than per unit area. Unless you are talking about a standard thickness. Aluminum 6061 alloys have a density of 0.0975 pounds/cubic inch. Pure aluminum has a this density as well, as do most of its alloys.
Q:Does rust have different chemical properties than aluminum?
Yes, Rust is an Oxide of iron which can be broken down chemically into simpler substances. Aluminium is a pure Element which cannot be broken down chemically or physically into other substances.
Q:What are the skills of wire cutting aluminum cutting?
The contact position between the conductive block and the electrode wire is often changed
Q:Status of aluminum sheet F
Status of aluminium plateThe F is free, and the aluminum sheet state is not limited. It is suitable for the products which have no special requirement for the working hardening and the heat treatment conditions in the forming process. The mechanical properties of the products in this state are not specifiedO is an annealed state, that is, a fully soft state, suitable for fully annealed products with minimum strength
Q:Would alternating layers of Aluminium, Polymers, Styrofoam, and ER Armor be good for tank?
Aluminium has a strength up to 800 N/mm2 (for its best Al-based alloys) while steels can go much higher... about 1400 N/mm2 if I recall well. The problem with aluminium is that is prompt to fatigue break which is not good with something vibrating like a rolling tank armor. Polymers are not strong enough unless you use composite materials, for ex. fibre glass or even better - carbon fibre reinforced. The problem is still that unlike steel, the strength is exceptionally high... in one direction - so pray for the impact to be mostly from this direction.

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