Decoration and Roofing Aluminum Coil with High Quality

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Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series,4000 Series,5000 Series,6000 Series,7000 Series,2000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish Shape: Flat
Temper: T3-T8,O-H112,T351-T651,T351-T851,Soft,Half Hard,Hard Application: Liner & Wad,Decorations,Door & Window,Heat Sink,Transportation Tools,Glass Wall,Food,Kitchen Use,Pharmaceutical,Seal & Closure,Insulation Material,Label & Tag

Product Description:

1.Structure of  Decoration and Roofing Aluminum Coil Description

Mill Finish Plain Aluminum are widely used for building use, decoration use, making cookware, busing making, shipping building, airplane making and so on。Sizes of aluminum sheet for decoration use: Thickness: 0.3mm~300mm Width: Under 2000mm ( Standard: 1000mm, 1219mm, 1500mm, 1540mm) Length: Under 10000mm. Products commonly used in signs, billboards, building exterior decoration, bus body, high factory wall decoration, kitchen sink, lamp, fan, electronic components, chemical apparatus, sheet processing, deep drawing or spinning hollow ware, welding parts, heat exchangers, Bell surface and plate, plates, kitchen utensils, accessories, safety equipment and other.

 

 

2.Main Features of  Decoration and Roofing Aluminum Coil

Good mechanical properties.

Easy processing, wearability.

Corrosion resistance 

Resistance to oxidation.


3.  Decoration and Roofing Aluminum Coil Images:



Decoration and Roofing Aluminum Coil with High Quality

Decoration and Roofing Aluminum Coil with High Quality

Decoration and Roofing Aluminum Coil with High Quality





4.  Decoration and Roofing Aluminum Coil Specification:

Aluminium sheet
Alloy No.Thickness 
(mm)
Width 
(mm)
Length 
(mm)
Temper
A1050,A1060, A1070,A11000.2-10020-220020-8000O,H12,H22,H14,H16,H18, H24,H26,etc
3A21,A3003,A3105,A30040.2-10020-220020-8000O,H14,H18,H24,etc
A5052 ,A5005,A5083,A57540.2-10020-220020-8000O,H18,H24,H32,H34,H111,H112 ,etc
A6061,A6082,A60630.2-20020-220020-8000T4,T6, T651,etc
A80110.2-10020-220020-8000O,H12,H22,H14,H16,H18,H24,H26, etc


5.FAQ

Q1.How long have you been in this product?
A1:More than 10 years.
 
Q2. What's the minium quantity(MOQ)?
A2. 5 Metric tons
 
Q3. How long is shipping time?
A3. 7 (ready-made products)-25 days(OEM)
 
Q4. How do you guarantee the quality?
A4. 1. Cooperating and Exchaning experience with sevral quoted aluminum companies
    2. Japanese and Swiss production line and skilled works (regular training and testing)
    3. more than 10 years production experience.
 
Q5. Do you have after sale service?
A5. Yes. Any quality problem occurs within one year, pls take photoes,we will be responsible.


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Q:why is aluminium used instead of copper for high voltage electrical cables?
All of the earlier answers are correct and the first one is very good but nobody mentioned the fact that aluminium does not have much tensile strength, and that as a result of this, some high voltage aluminium cables have a steel cable in the centre to give them the required tensile strength. Aluminium bus-bars are very popular in low voltage work because they do not need to be flexible or possess much tensile strength but yet provide the benefits of being light and cheap.
Q:final temp of aluminum?
To solve this problem, you need the heat capacity of water and Al, I know off hand the heat capacity of water but you'll need to look it up for Al. From the problem, you know that the heat given up as the aluminum cools is gained by the water heating up. As there is no phase change, the heat gained (or lost) is mass * heat capacity * temperature change energy gained by water = energy lost by Al. Let Tf be the final temperature of the Al and water. 32.6 g * 4.18 J/gK * (Tf - 24.4C) = 15.1 g * heat capacity of Al * (53.2 C - Tf) Solve for Tf. Because there is almost twice as much water as Al and water has a higher heat capacity than Al, the temperature will be closer to 24.4C than it is to 53.2C
Q:Is potassium alum the same as aluminum sulfate?
Alum refers to a specific chemical of the form ABx(SO4)y • zH2O where A and B are metals of some type and sometime Aa(SO4)b•Bx(SO4)y•zH2O called mixed sulfate alums' ------------------------- Aluminum sulfate is: Al2(SO4)3 Potassium alum has the formula KAl(SO4)2 • 12H2O so the two are quite different compounds. According to the MSDS this compound is non-hazardous ref: msds.chem.ox.ac.uk/AL/aluminium_p...
Q:please suggest metal similar to aluminium with casting properties?
brass
Q:ELECTRICIANS ONLY PLEASE - Aluminum wiring?
Aluminum wiring contracts and expands more than copper wiring of similar size. This means that it has a tendancy to loosen the screws on the outlets over time. As the screws loosen, the resistance in the circuit goes up - this resistance manifests itself as heat. If it gets too hot, it can start fires. My parents owned a house with aluminum wiring, that they sold to me. In the 35 years total we've owned it, I think we've tightened the screws on the outlets three times total. Only once in all that time have we had a wall get hot. The most recent tightening was during a major repainting where we actually replaced the outlets and switches with decorator ones as we painted each room.
Q:Is my volvo S70 bumper aluminum or stainless steel?
i agree, the main bumper support under the plastic bumper skin, is aluminum.
Q:aluminum recycling: does anyone know how aluminum recycling works?
Aluminum recycling is done by just melting the cans back into molten metal. There are reactions, but those deal with the impurities, not the aluminum. See the reference.
Q:Soldering aluminum cylinder, strength?
Whether that weld will be OK depends on the diameter of the cylinder. The force on the weld will be equal to the operating pressure time the radius of the cylinder, with the wall opposite the weld have an equal force. Divide that force by the thickness of the weld to figure the stress. You want to have a safety factor of about 3. As the Bernzomatic has either a brass or aluminum head, which would melt at the temperatures which are required for true welding (melting metals so that they flow together), you will be performing brazing with a Bernzomatic. I cannot comment on the strength of the brazing bond. The thickness of the brazing metal deposit depends on the strength of the brazing alloy, which I also cannot comment on. 6061 will melt at 1206°, which you will not approach with the Bernzo kit. A blowout of a metal cylinder at 60 psi could be pretty ugly. I suggest that you befriend someone who has a TIG welder and get their help. A properly welded 1/8 thick cylinder could handle about 660 psi with no problem. If you create a lap joint, using an outer strip of aluminum, and then band your cylinder with stainless steel hose clamps, you will be relying upon the brazing only to provide a gas seal. The strength would come from the hose clamps. You still need to do some calculation on forces involved. A 1/2 wide stainless hose clamp will probably hold back about 240 lb. of force with a comfortable margin of safety.
Q:student combines 43.1 mL of a 0.279 M aluminum chloride solution with 14.6 mL of a 0.464 M aluminum sulfate (a?
You have to be able to determine the number of moles of Al+3 that each solution contributes to the final solution: 1. aluminum chloride: AlCl3 Multiply the volume (in L) by the molarity to determine the number of moles of each compound dissolved in solution. 0.0431 L x 0.279 M = 0.0120 mol AlCl3 in solution When the AlCl3 in placed in the water, it dissociates to form the following ions: AlCl3 -- Al+3 + 3Cl- So for every one mole of AlCl3 placed in the water, one mole of aluminum ions will dissociate. Therefore, since we have 0.0120 mole of AlCl3 in the solution, that means that the aluminum chloride will contribute 0.0120 Al+3 ions to the final solution. 2. Aluminum sulfate: Al2(SO4)3 Multiply the volume (in L) by the molarity to determine the number of moles of each compound dissolved in solution. 0.0146 L x 0.464 M = 0.00677 mol Al2(SO4)3 in solution When the Al2(SO4)3 in placed in the water, it dissociates to form the following ions: Al2(SO4)3 -- 2Al+3 + 3(SO4)-2 So for every one mole of Al2(SO4)3 placed in the water, two mole of aluminum ions will dissociate. Use the mole ratios of the dissociation reaction to determine the number of moles of Al+3 ions that the aluminum sulfate contributes to the solution. 0.00677 mol Al2(SO4)3 x (2 mol Al+3 ions / 1 mol Al2(SO4)3) = 0.01354 mol Al+3 ions Therefore, the total number of Al+3 ions in solution is the sum: 0.01354 + 0.0120 = 0.02554 mol Al+3 ions The last piece of information needed to determine the concentration of the final solution is the volume of the final solution. Since the two volumes were mixed, the volume of the final solution will be the sum of the two solutions. 0.0431 L + 0.0146 L = 0.0577 L Therefore, to calculate molarity: Molarity = moles of solute / liters of solution Molarity = 0.02554 mol / 0.0577 L = 0.443 M Al+3
Q:aluminium or steel tubing?
ehter one may work well depending on what the wheel base is but i prefer steel as it is easyer to weld and and a gusset or two if you need to. aluminum can be hard to weld and un forgiving if you make a misstake.

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