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1 Specifications of PE Coated Aluminum Coil/Sheet


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


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




10mm- 2000mm



Painting Thickness

Standard 16-25 microns, max 40 microns


Acording to Ral colors or customer’s samples


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

Special Specification is available on customer’s requirement


PE(polyester) Coating


2 Usage/Applications of PE Coated Aluminum Coil/Sheet

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Q:can you weld metal to aluminum?
aluminum to steel? short answer No and you will end up with a lot of mess and splatter try J-B weld it's a product though it can be done with a certain process that I'm not familiar with I have seen the finished application but i think the aluminum is a different metal make up I have accidentally tried to weld the two together many times not realizing what the metals were use a magnet to test if its aluminum magnets wont stick to aluminum
Q:Does anyone know anything about artistic painting on aluminum sheeting?
I've known a couple of people who do this, you might try a search on Floating Panel. You could try to search out things on an artist called Gary Hume, as I know that his earlier paintings, certainly the ones for which he's known, were executed on aluminium. From what I remember of people doing this (some one on my MA made paintings on aluminium) the trick is in the priming, it being a non-pours surface. You need to rough the ground considerably and prime quite thickly. You also need to baton on the back, this will allow you to attach to the wall without ruining the face of the support, and prevent the possibility of warping. What looks great is if you recess the batons from the edge of the support, so that when against the wall they cannot be seen, this gives the appearance of hovering, and shows the thinness of your support. Another reason you might not be getting too many hits on your searches is the spelling, while not incorrect you might find art suppliers using the English, rather than the American spelling; aluminium rather than aluminum. I know that sounds petty but it might make a difference. The only other thing I know, while finding it a great surface to work on, smooth, bright, the artist I know also found it very expensive.
Q:What advantages does 0.1*100cm aluminum coil have? Is it suitable for the roof tiling? How is the anti-oxidation and anti-corrosion performance?
0.1 aluminum sheet has no intensity, so 0.5-1mm colored steel is often used to make roofing.
Q:aluminum fishing boat soundproofing?
Boat Soundproofing
Q:What is the best way to sand aluminum rims?
What kind of finish do they have? Brushed? High reflection? I think that if they are brushed, you may be able to use a steel wool. I'd get a second opinion on that (I'm no expert and my rims knowledge is probably outdated).
Q:Is aluminum explosive?
Aluminum is not explosive, although in the presence of a suitable oxidizing agent it can burn. It does not rust (that concept applies only to ferrous metals), but can corrode and will tarnish rapidly if a cut surface is exposed to air. The tarnish, aluminum oxide, protects the surface from further oxidation, and a process called anodizing puts a heavy oxide layer on the surface for improved protection. Aluminum is produced by electrolysis from aluminum oxide, which is dissolved in molten aluminum fluoride; a typical electrolytic pot uses a current of 5 volts at 105,000 amperes and will produce a ton of aluminum per day.
Q:What should pay attention to transporting aluminum coil?
You must ensure the good property of the aluminum coil.
Q:Oakley Aluminum Sunglasses?
There are several in aluminum, but do not meet your criteria of interchangeable lenses. The LIV and the Crosshair S are both aluminum, but they do not have interchangable lenses (in the case of the LIV, in the case of the Crosshair S, the lens swap takes a bit of work and replacement lenses are not readily available). If you can, go with one of the unisex styles that are titanium. Oakley O-luminum (Oakley's special Aluminum Alloy) bends rather easily and doesn't return very well. I have 6 pairs of Crosshair sunglasses (the larger size, not the S), so I can attest to the nature of O-luminum. X-metal glasses are what you should be looking at. X-metal is Oakley's proprietary blend of Titanium alloy and are extremely durable. The Juliet and the X- Squared are the current models. Replacement lenses are readily available AND they're fairly easy to swap out (you'll need T6 screwdriver). The titanium frames are super tough. Juliet's fit medium faces. X-squared fit medium/large faces. If you're looking for a great combination of durability, light weight, and interchangeable lenses that change with no tool- look at the Flak Jacket. They are unisex, as are all the Oakley glasses that are not marked women's. Although they look like plastic, these are not. They are made from O-Matter This is a nylon based material that is flexible and allows glasses like the Flak Jacket to be run over by steam roller and still be worn. Lenses swap out in less than 30 seconds and there are a ton of colors to choose from. These are from the sport line. HTH D
Q:Using principles of chemical bonding, explain why solid aluminum is a good conductor of electricity but solid?
Pure aluminium is a good conductor because it's atoms are metalically bonded. This means it's electrons are delocalised and can therefore produce a current. NaCl has a high boiling point because in order to evaporate it first needs to melt. And to melt it you need to break it's lattice structure. Na and Cl atoms are held by strong ionic bonds. BrCl on the other hand is covalently bonded. It's molecular structure does not need to be broken in order for it to melt or boil. All that has to be done is weak van der waal bonds need to be broken.
Q:heat of fusion of aluminum?
Two multiplications will solve your problem: Q1 = m1 x Del(Hf) Q1 = (14.5 x 0.395) kJ = 5.73 kJ Q2 = n2 x Del(Hmol) Q2 = (14.5 x 107) kJ ~ 1,552 kJ

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