Coated Aluminium Coil for Roofing-AA1XXX

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1 Specifications of PE Coated Aluminum Coil/Sheet

Alloy

AA1050,AA1060, AA1070, AA1100, AA3003, AA3004, AA3005, AA3105, AA5005, AA5052, AA5754, AA5083, AA8011

Temper:

H12, H14, H16, H18, H22, H24, H26, H32,HO, F

Thickness:

0.10-4.0mm

Width:

10mm- 2000mm

Coating

PE(Polyester)

Painting Thickness

Standard 16-25 microns, max 40 microns

Color

Acording to Ral colors or customer’s samples

Standard:

GB/T17748-1999, ASTM, ISO, EU standard

Special Specification is available on customer’s requirement

PE(polyester) Coating

PE(polyester) coating:high molecular polymer as monomer and addition of alkyd, is an UV-resistant coating. It can be classified matt and glossy according to coating gloss. The compact molecule structure, makes paint surface luster and smooth,which assure good printing on the panel surface. With an warranty of 8-10 years for weather resistance, it is specially applied for internal decoration and sign board.

2 Usage/Applications of PE Coated Aluminum Coil/Sheet

Our company's PE 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 pipe, sanwich panels and drainage, etc.

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Q:What are some unushal properties about Aluminum?
Corrosion resistance due to passivation and low density.
Q:Which kind of glue is best for bonding wood and aluminum sheet together?
cm2, leather. 4, it’s durable and can endure 106 degree high temperature. Shock resistance, medium viscosity, enhancement mode, little smell, shock resistance, inactivated, hard for bonding, adhesives, wood brick. 480, little white sediment, bonding, acidity, 410。 415: filling the gaps, general furniture, high temperatuPlease operate in the environment of above 50 C, you can adjust according to the usage environment, the quick bonding of laminate , timber bonding and other parts,little white sediment, general type: 222286 belong to high solid, moisture content of bonding wood, shock resistance, low density materials, 6-10kg, bonding materials can conduct machining after having been placed for 24 hours: materials bonding. 3, 496, porous texture and humid environment: general type, coating uniformity of glue not over ±0, carpenter joggle. 6, medium viscosity, cyanoacrylate adhesive 401, good heat resistance, high density materials 12-18 kg packaging, Suitable for furniture. 414 (1) Formica, carpenter’s glue,
Q:What advantages does the ceramic panel curtain wall have compared with the aluminum sheet and stone curtain wall?
Metal plate curtain wall deformation resistance is poor, the plate strength and steel are not high enough, waterproof sealing performance is not good enough, easy to fade, deformation, also can cause light pollution. Construction and installation technical requirements are relatively high.Stone curtain wall is now used most, but more stereotyped, and negative news constantly, stone fell, heavy stones, high-rise building exterior wall of high risk, poor fire performance.
Q:1100 scope of application of aluminum plate
1100 aluminum plate is generally used in utensils, heat sink, caps, printing plates, building materials, heat exchanger components, but also can be used as deep stamping products. It is widely used in various fields ranging from cooking utensils to industrial equipment
Q:Which kind of glue can bond hard shell plastic and iron sheet or aluminum sheet?
You can buy the glue for bonding wood in hardware shop, 402 or 502 are all ok.
Q:what's the size of gap while pressing 6mm aluminum sheet?
choose the 8-10% of the thickness for two-sided gaps.
Q:A copper-aluminum alloy has an aluminum concentration of (5.19x10^2) kg/m3.?
Densities: Aluminum: 2,710 kg/m^3 Copper: 8,940 kg/m^3 Basis: 1 m^3 of copper-aluminum alloy mass of aluminum in 1 m^3 alloy = 519 kg vol. of aluminum in the 1 m^3 alloy = 519 kg/(2710 kg/m^3) = 0.1915 m^3 vol. of copper in 1 m^3 alloy = 1 m^3 - 0.1915 m^3 = 0.8085 m^3 mass of copper in 1 m^3 alloy = (0.8085 m^3)*(8,940 kg/m^3) = 7,227.87 kg mass of the m^3 alloy = 7,227.87 kg + 519 kg = 7,746.87 kg %weight of aluminum = (519 kg/7,746.87 kg)*100% = 6.70% The alloy has 6.70% by weight of aluminum in it.
Q:gluing aluminium foil to plastic?
white glue will work if you dilute it 50% with water... they also sell an adhesive in craft stores for gluing down gold leaf... and of course Bare-Metal sells foil with an adhesive backing.... at one time they also sold a foil adhesive...
Q:welding aluminum without gas.?
Aluminum is much more reactive than steel, and you will instantly get porosity and cold lap if you don't use a shielding gas. If your using mig/tig you should always have a shielding gas, self-shielding wires are garbage. And you might beable to put small weak tack without using a shielding gas, but if there is any stress at all it will break off and you are going to have to grind it out if you want to put good weld on top of it anyway because there will be so much oxidation in that area. Basically welding aluminum without a shielding gas = a bad idea. Same goes for aluminum alloys and magnesium, except they are even worse.
Q:Specific heat capacity of aluminium...?
This is not my expertise. As I have been researching this the past hour to re-educate myself, no one else has answered you. So, I will attempt to get you in the right direction by what I found. I found two specific heat values for Aluminum. The recent one is from wikipedia with the other an old text someone quoted. The specific heat of aluminum, cAl, is 0.897J g−1 K−1; this is, 0.214cal g−1 °C−1. [per wikipedia] AND The specific heat capacity of aluminum as 0.215 kcal/(kg C) [The Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, p. D-217, 1979]. Standard Value was the harder item. I found it is referred to as Hro [Where the o is a circle]. I could only find it referring to water. To measure heat for each metal, it was always compared to the heating water, which is used as the standard. I'm guessing its like a thermometer filled with mercury. The mercury gets heated and the lines are marked to tell you how hot the air is. Hope that helps... Maybe someone else will jump in...

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