Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Color Coating AA3003

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5 m.t.
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50000 m.t./month

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

Product Description:

1.Structure of Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Color Coating AA3003

Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Color Coating AA3003 is one semi-finished aluminium material. The coils are widly used in the building,decoration and aluminium circle. The alloy AA5052 is the most common alloy in the aluminium industry. Its weight is much lower than steel. So many customers choosed aluminium material instead of steel.

2. Main features of Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Color Coating AA3003

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 Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Color Coating AA3003

 

 

Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Color Coating AA3003

Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Color Coating AA3003

Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Color Coating AA3003


4. Product Specification


AlloyTemperThicknessWidthWeight
AA3003HO0.2MM-3MM1000-1500MMMax 3 tons


5.FAQ of Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Color Coating AA3003

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:Is this aluminium plate ceiling dark keel or bright keel?
I see you're a layman...... Where is the ceiling keel now?.... Now they are made of dark keel, so it's better to look at comfort, and we need to go through the lines and some pipes
Q:Does aluminum foil insulate food?
Yes, but not very long. Styrafoam is always the best for insulation.
Q:Aluminum Foil on Windows for summer heat or what works?
The aluminum foil does work, shiny side out. It just reflects some of that bright afternoon sun to keep the room from heating up. I use a window film I found at Home Depot that is UV filtering that works too. You cut it close to size, spray the window with water put it on. You squeegy out the water get rid of the bubbles and use a razor to trim it to exact size. Both of these work, it just depends on whether or not you want to eleminate any light that comes into the room or not.
Q:Durafix for aluminum welding / brazing?
You can order it online. It works acceptably well, though it's obviously not as good as bona fide welding. You can also use tin+zinc hard solder, for this- you need a special soldering flux specifically desgined for soldering aluminum. You can order aluminum soldering kits online also. You might also be able to find a welding supply store in your area and they would probably carry Al soldering kits in stock. I feel that soldering would probably give you more reliable results in this case. Solder is a lot thinner and has better wetting action than the durafix alloy. This means that solder will be more likely to flow into the crack itself and completely seal it, whereas the durafix may simply lie on top of the crack. I think durafix technically qualifies as brazing since it melts at a lower temperature than the aluminum itself. However, you will also need to buy a propane torch, that'll probably cost around 30-40$ at a hardware store. Plus the cost of the brazing metal which is around 12-20$. so you're looking at 30-50$ probably. This might be a bit of a fun- DIY project if you feel it's worth some time and practice on your part. On the other hand any welding shop can simply TIG weld your pipe for about 20$ and it will only take them a few minutes. So having the professionals do it will be much faster, cheaper, and almost certainly a better quality repair than if you attempted to DIY.
Q:does aluminum sheet has a function of magnetism isolating?
copper sheet is better.
Q:Cleaning Aluminum TIG Welding?
Preweld cleaning requires two operations: oil/grease removal and oxide removal. As below, remove oils and greases first, then remove the oxide. Don’t reverse this order. Take the following steps before welding aluminum: 1. Remove oil, grease, and water vapor using an organic solvent such as acetone or a mild alkaline solution like a strong soap. You may also use citrus-based degreasers, but be sure to rinse and dry the part before welding. 2. Remove surface oxides with a stainless steel wire brush (used only for aluminum) or strong alkaline or acid. Many welding suppliers sell oxide-removal solutions in spray or squeeze bottles for local application. Exercise extreme care when handling these solutions, and again, rinse and dry the part before welding. 3. Assemble the joint. If it won't be welded immediately, cover the joint with brown Kraft paper to prevent dirt and grit in the air from getting into the joint. 4. Keep the aluminum dry and at room temperature. 5. Weld within a few days. Clean the joint again if it isn't welded within that time. Good luck!!!
Q:will an aluminium pipe effect my coil gun ?
Hopefully yes.
Q:What is aluminium oxide sheet?
The aluminum oxide plate is placed in the corresponding electrolyte (such as sulfuric acid, chromic acid, oxalic acid, etc.) as an anode, and electrolysis is carried out under certain conditions and applied current. Anodized aluminum plate on the surface of the formation of alumina thin layer, its thickness is 5~20 microns, hard anodized film up to 60~200 microns.
Q:why is aluminium used instead of copper for high voltage electrical cables?
Aluminium Cables
Q:i dont need the group and i know its not the ALUMINUM family?
Aluminum is an orphan metal- (orphans appear in groups 3, 4, and 5 of the periodic table). They are called orphans simply because none belongs to a clearly defined family (like alkaline earth, transition metals, halogens, etc). Sometimes aluminum and the three elements below it in Group 3—gallium, indium, and thallium—are lumped together as the aluminum family, but that's not a clearly recognized family.

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