Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Outer Decoration Wall

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Grade: 3000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated Shape: Flat
Temper: O-H112 Application: Decorations

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1.Structure of Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Outer Decoration Wall

Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Outer Decoration Wall for Composite Panel is one semi-finished aluminium material. This strip can be rolled down to aluminium coil,sheet,circle ect.  The alloy AA1050 is widly used in building, industry ect. Its weight is much lower than steel. So many customers choosed aluminium material instead of steel.


2. Main features of Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Outer Decoration Wall

a.Competitive price---We have our own mills and can produce mill finished aluminium coils, so we can control the production cost better.

b.Professional after-sale service---We have more than 15 years exportation experience and you need not worry about the exporation problems.

c.Fast delivery time---We can control the delivery time within 35 days.


3. Image of Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Outer Decoration Wall

 

Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Outer Decoration Wall

Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Outer Decoration Wall

Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Outer Decoration Wall




4. Product Specification of Domestic Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Wall Curtain


AlloyTemperThicknessWidthWeight
AA3003H140.2MM-3MM1000MM-1800MM2 TONS


5.FAQ:


What is the quality standard?

---Usually our standard is GB3880-2006

What is the largest width?

---It is 2300mm

What is the MOQ?

---Usually we can accept 80 tons.


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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.
Q:How can you identify aluminum?
To start with, are you refering to aluminum as metal, an aluminum compound, or a solution with aluminum present as ions? If it is metaallic aluminum, it won't stick to a magnet, and it will react with HCl, however this isn't sufficient to definately say it is aluminum, it would be better to get a density, melting point, etc.
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:how reliable are today's aluminum block engines?
The problem with the Vega was not so much that it had an aluminum block, as it was an unsleeved aluminum block, i.e. the pistons ran directly on aluminum bores (actually it was an aluminum/silicon alloy that was injection molded, very advanced technology for the time). Although Mercedes had already done this on some of their cars (with mixed success), it didn't work well in the Vega, the bores would scuff and score, and the engine would burn oil badly, sometimes in only 15,000 miles or so. Rebuilt Vega engines had iron sleeves installed and were very sought after. As long as an engine has iron sleeves in the bores there is no reason it shouldn't last as long as an iron engine. There is actually more to worry about with aluminum cylinder heads, they are generally not as durable as iron ones, though they are almost universal now. The fact is, engine technology has come a long way since the 70's, and most modern engines will reach 200k with good maintenance if they are not abused, aluminum or not.
Q:Advice on how to solder aluminum?
The only way you can solder any kind of alum. is to gold plate both pieces of whatever you are trying to solder together
Q:Thickness of Aluminum Foil A rectangular sheet of?
density Aluminum 2700 kg/m³ Volume = 0.5 x 0.2 x d = 0.1d m³ where d is thickness 5.4 g = 0.0054 kg 0.0054 kg / 2700 kg/m³ = 2.0e-6 m³ 2.0e-6 m³ = 0.1d m³ d = 2.0 e-5 m or 20 µm or 0.02 mm or 0.002 cm .
Q:Will a polished aluminum bicycle frame rust?
Rust refers to the oxidation of iron, so no it doesn't rust. Aluminium oxidates rapidly which usually increases its corrosion resistance. 6061 is a pretty standard aluminium alloy, which shouldn't corrode under normal circumstances. Certainly not in a well designed and maintained bicycle. Things that could decrease the corrosion resistance of your aluminium bike include: - contact with other metals that have a higher valence (+ contact with water). Could be caused by a poorly designed bike, but not very likely. - contact with chemicals/salts/alkalis - narrow spots (where water could be trapped) caused by poor design, production faults or a damaged surface. Corrosion in your swimming pool could be caused by the chemicals you use to kill the bacteria in the pool. How do you know it is the same material though?
Q:Whats better, aluminum or steal flywheel?
aluminum if you are drag racing ( have to learn to feather the clutch a bit) STEEL on the street( easier to keep the fire lit for mere mortals ) course you can use aluminum on the street--most people cant, because you have to be easy with the clutch-but it gives you an excuse why people cant borrow your car
Q:Why is aluminum conductive if alumina is an electrical insulator?
Corroded aluminum is not the same substance as rust is not the same as iron. Iron is simply Fe, rust is Fe2O3 if I am correct. So the alumina is not the same as aluminum. Just because something has an element in it doesn't mean it has the properties of the material, or is even similar to that element in anyway. Glass is conductive when its molten, but not when its cool and hard, like windows. So unless what you are dealing with is exactly the same thing, you can't assume anything about it, generally. EDIT: Aluminum is Al, alumina is Al2O3. Alumina is an oxide, aluminum is a pure element, they aren't the same so they can have different properties. As for being an insulator, the layer of alumina is usually so thin it only adds a small amount of resistance to a circuit. If you had a block made of pure alumina and you tried to run current through it it would add lots of resistance or so much there would be virtually no flow.
Q:aluminium or steel tubing?
You cannot weld steel to aluminum with traditional arc welding techniques. It can only be done with explosion or friction welding. I doubt either of these processes will be utilized on a trike frame as they would be cost prohibitive for low production runs. Are you an experienced aluminum welder, or will you be using one? If not, I'd suggest using steel tubing. Steel is much more forgiving during the welding process. It is stronger too; although on the downside, it is heavier. As for your design, it is very difficult to follow your description without a picture. I would be remiss to suggest something with my current, limited understanding. As far as tubing and solid rod are concerned, for the same weight, the tubing will be stronger because it has its mass located away from the center. This will give it much more structural rigidity to resist bending. Now solid rod of the same diameter is stronger than tube, but very heavy. I would think you should be able to use tubing for everything. Maybe thicker or even larger tubes for the areas of high stress concentration such as the area you ask about. If you go with the aluminum, good luck welding it. While it certainly can be done, it takes a great deal more experienced of a welder to perform this operation successfully.

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