Coating Aluminum Sheets Alloy 3003 for Wall Systems

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Grade: 1000 Series Surface Treatment: Color Coated Shape: Round
Temper: O-H112 Application: Decorations

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1.       Specification of Coating Aluminum Sheets Alloy 3003 for Wall Systems

Alloy Number



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


0.1mm – 500mm


10mm- 2200mm


GB/T3880-2006, ASTM, ISO, EU standard

2.    Application of Coating Aluminum Sheets Alloy 3003 for Wall Systems

(1).Interior: wall cladding, ceilings, bathrooms, kitchens and balconies, shutters, doors...

(2).Exterior: wall cladding, facades, roofing, canopies, tunnels,column covers , renovations...

(3).Advertisement: display platforms, signboards, fascia, shop fronts...


3.    Feature of Coating Aluminum Sheets Alloy 3003 for Wall Systems

Surfact Quality :

 Be free from Oil Stain, Dent, Inclusion, Scratches, Stain, Oxide Dicoloration, Breaks, Corrosion, Roll Marks, Dirt Streaks and other defect which will interfere with use,


Mechenical Property:

Chemical Composite and Mechanical Property


4.    Certificate:

SGS and ROHS(if client request, paid by client), MTC(plant provided), Certificate of Origin(FORM A, FORM E, CO),  Bureau Veritas and SGS (if client request, paid by client), CIQS certificate


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Coating Aluminum Sheets Alloy 3003 for Wall Systems

Coating Aluminum Sheets Alloy 3003 for Wall Systems

Coating Aluminum Sheets Alloy 3003 for Wall Systems

6.    Package and shipping of Coating Aluminum Sheets Alloy 3003 for Wall Systems

First, plastic cloth with drying agent inside; Second, Pearl Wool ; Third, wooden cases with dry agent , fumigation wooden pallets, aluminum surface could cover blue PVC film


7.    FAQ

1) What is the delivery time?

Dpends on actual order, around 20 to 35 days

2)What is the QC system:

We have QC staff of 20 persons and advanced equipment, each production is with MTC traced from Aluminum ingot lot.

3) What market do you mainly sell to?

Australia, America, Asia, Middle East, Western Europe, Africa etc

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Q:If 75grams of oxygen react, how many grams of aluminum are required?
Aluminium oxide is Al2O3, so there are 3 oxygen atoms for every 2 aluminium atoms. Divide 75 by the relative atomic mass of oxygen (15.9994). That is proportional to the number of oxygen atoms. Then divide by 3 and multiply by 2. This gives a number proportional to the number of aluminium atoms. Then multiply this by the relative atomic mass of aluminium (26.981529) to give the mass of aluminium required in grams.
Q:Aluminum foil's not magnetic, but it reacts to charged objects. Why is this?
Aluminum is a non-ferrous metal. Ferrous metals contain Iron which is magnetic. When aluminum has a charge applied to it, it acts like any conductor would, the charge has magnetic properties. the aluminum is still not magnetic, but it acts like a magnet due to the charge.
Q:Is it true that aluminum chloride causes Alzhaimer?
Aluminium has been established as a neurotoxin.[1] Aluminium chloride, an aluminum salt that is commonly used in antiperspirants, is also commonly used in studies on aluminium-induced neurotoxicity[2][3][4][5][6]. Aluminium itself adversely affects the blood-brain barrier, is capable of causing DNA damage, and has adverse epigenetic effects.[7][8] Research has shown that the aluminium salts used in antiperspirants have detrimental effects to a number of species such as non-human primates[9], mice[10], dogs[11] and others. An increased amount of Aluminium is also present in the brains of many Alzheimer's patients, although it is not yet known if this link is causal.[12][13] I found this for you I hope it helps. Alzhaimer is also genetic. As it says here there is a link. Among that there could be other links to this disease. The best way is to keep your mind active. Active meaning reading even as you get older. I have witness patients come in to a home facility alert and then they give up. They stop reading, interacting and using their mind. Do further research and talk to your doctor.
Q:What is the amperage setting on a tig welder when welding aluminum?
Best electrodes to use for Aluminum welding is 1.5% lanthanum oxide (gold color code.). 2% zirconia (brown) or 2% thorium oxide (red) can also be used. Note that zirconia-doped electrodes should never be used for DC welding. A lot of welders like to quote offhand the rule 1 amp for every 0.001 inch of thickness. This applies to steel, stainless, and nickel alloys only. Due to the lower melting point, lower specific heat capacity, and higher thermal conductivity of of Al, this rule should NOT be used for Al! I recommend welding a test piece first with the same joint configuration and thickness of the part you intend to weld. Note that fillet welds require more current than butt welds or edge welds. Start out by using 2/3 amp per 0.001 of thickness, in other words, reduce the current of the above rule by about 30-40% . Make 3 test weld, then check to see if there's any visible penetration on the other side. If you don't see any through-pentration at all, increase the current by about 10-20 amps and test again.
Q:deoderants without aluminum?
yes, just look for the word 'deodorant' instead of 'anti-perspirent'. I understand you may be concerned about the aluminum causing harm - however, it is the only way to stay 'dry'. The others allow you to sweat, and just cover up the odor.
Q:Bohr Model?! Aluminum?
Aluminum Bohr Model
Q:Does a aluminum or steel bike frame usually cost more?
From a material standpoint, an aluminum tube bicycle is more expensive to produce. The raw materials are more expensive and the material is more difficult to weld. It started with steel, aluminum took off in the 90's, and now carbon fiber is becoming more popular. The progression has equated to lighter frames with greater comfort, but at increased costs. The increased comfort has come from tube shape factors (oval, etc.) and the strategic placement of carbon fiber in the seat stays. The material properties of steel and aluminum are highly dependent on composition, i.e. alloying elements added. If a steel frame costs more it's because the specialty manufacturer is either using an exotic alloy (Cr, Mo, V) or just gouging on the fact that there are fewer steel frame producers. Generally steel frames have better dampening properties but at a weight penalty compared to aluminum. Since steel has a higher yield strength and higher fatigue life at a given stress level so it can get away with ever thinner tube cross sections. Personally I want a bike made of Beryllium, I wonder if there is a Be-Li alloy out there (I'd have to check the valence, but not motivated right now). That would have a good strength to weight ratio, it would just have to be coated.
Q:Steel or aluminum alloy rims?
Aluminum rims are a whole lot better on the mechanical stand point, they are lighter, usually stronger (depending on the alloy) and they allow for better heat disapation. Lighter rims will save gas money (nothing you will notice, maybe an extra mile/tank, if that). Depending on the alloy used in the aluminum rims, they are usually stronger and can take more froce abuse, just as long as they don't get scuffed up, ect. With the better heat disapation. When the brakes heat up, the heat is sent out ever direction, mostly through metal. Aluminum (alloy) is a great conductor of heat. So when the brakes heat up, the aluminum rims will absord much of this heat, and the outside air will be able to cool the rim faster then the brakes themselves, but the brakes will stay cooler this way. Brakes that are running cooler, will last longer then brakes running hot. You will have less of a chance of brake fade a condition where the brakes get to a point of being to hot, they don't function at all, or its hard to stop the vehicle. It will also extend the brakes over all life, in some cases up to 40-50%. I had stock steel rims in my truck, small rims for a small truck, and whenever I was doing highway driving, i would get brake fade under high speed braking. When I switched to aluminum rims, I have not had brake fade since, I don't know about the life on the pads, as I switched the rims, before I wore a set down. I picked up a set of 4 5spoke rims from an Explorer and put them on my ranger, I paid $80 for the 4 and they look in pretty good shape, little corrosion. A down side to aluminum rims is corrosion, they corrode easier, and can cuase discolouration of the rim itself, or can cause leaky tires if it corrodes around the bead seat, which it usually does. Its a fair trade off however.
Q:Aluminum Vs. Fiberglass Ladders?
The main advantage of fiberglass ladders is the reduction of electric shock from contact with electric wires. A disadvantage of fiberglass ladders is the tendency of fiberglass to crack. The inverse of this applies to aluminum. I bought a Little Giant ladder; it is a 300lb rated aluminum ladder with great stability and can function as a 12' step ladder and a 21' extension ladder. It cost me over $400, but after using it for over a year I would not buy any other kind regardless of the price. This is a solid, well-made ladder with great versatility. It also comes in smaller versions; I think the smallest one collapsed takes up only about 5 feet of space.
Q:polishing tarnished aluminum on a 71' Honda trail 90?
Buy LOW TEMP aluminum paint and make it look like new.I have restored 1 1985 and that is a lot of work and well worth the results.Nice Job on the 71.

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