Diamond and Embossed Mill Finished Aluminium Coils for Construction

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5 m.t.
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5000 m.t./month

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1.Structure of Diamond and Embossed Mill Finished Aluminium Coils for Construction


Diamond and Embossed Mill Finished Aluminium Coils for Construction 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 Diamond and Embossed Mill Finished Aluminium Coils for Construction


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.

 

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4. Product Specification

AlloyTemperThicknessWidthWeight
AA1050H180.2MM-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:Opinions wanted. Carbon or Aluminum?
If you're going to get carbon, get a high-end frame....either as a complete bike or one that you build up with possibly non-top-level parts if you're concerned about money. I prefer aluminum for mountain bikes, steel for jump/urban bikes, and carbon for the road. A good aluminum road frame is still nice to ride but carbon is really sweet on pavement. Well-made carbon will minimize flex in the wrong areas, but leave enough compliance to give it a nice road feel. Well-made aluminum will always be a bit harsh on a road bike but can be made darn close to the same light finish weights of carbon, especially if you choose a scandium frame. The disadvantage of carbon is its relative fragility. If they get damaged beyond superficial scratches, they're destined for the lightweight and expensive dumpster most of the time. It's possible to repair damage to carbon, but the repairs are so expensive it's usually not even worth it. Aluminum can be repaired more often, but they're often trash, too.....depends on the frame. Don't rule out titanium from the mix unless you have something against it. Not as many offerings in the marketplace, but that's mainly due to it's expense and the training involved in working with it. Titanium rides are pretty sweet. Hope this helps....enjoy the new bike whatever you get. :o)
Q:Mercury corrodes aluminum?
It's easy - don't use a mercury thermometer. In fact, don't use a liquid thermometer at all. Go solid state and use a contact thermocouple thermometer - cheap as sh*t and accurate to 0.1C. Or, if the temp is high and relatively inaccessible, use an infrared or laser pyrometer.
Q:What is the black stuff on my Aluminum baking sheet?
idk
Q:How do i clean a aluminum bicycle?
For painted metal, supports, grips, vinyl seat, tires and spokes, use a solution of 1-part Simple Green to 30-parts water — spray onto soiled areas. Wipe immediately with damp cloth to rinse, followed by dry towel — making sure to completely dry the area cleaned. My point is to show that you are supposed to cut the Simple Green with 30 parts of water. MOST people don't do this step. Simple Green (and many other cleaners) are very concentrated. NEVER clean a bicycle with this kind of cleaner without proper dilution. Read labels. Follow directions. Full strength Simple Green has enough butyl solvent to corrode bare aluminum on brake surfaces on wheels and if the wheel is too wet it can actually melt the glue of the rim strip by seeping in the spoke holes. I have seen this at bike shops a lot. The cleaner (if sprayed full strength around bearings) over spray has the potential to break down the grease -- after all it is a degreaser. Always dampen a cloth or sponge in your cleaning solution and wipe down a bike. Don't spray it.
Q:how do you make aluminum rock hard?
Dont use foil from the kitchen. Pure and simple. Get someone to machine you a piece of solid aluminum. You can't change the metallurgical properties of metal.
Q:modeling aluminum?
Do not try this at home! Seriously, this is exactly the kind of process that is used for casting metals. However, you need to have very strong molds with no cracks in them. Also, aluminum presents special problems. Solid aluminum does not corrode the way iron does, because it very quickly forms a protective tough layer of aluminum oxide. But molten aluminum can catch fire, with devastating consequences.
Q:Copper and Aluminum cookware?
I have a set of All-Clad. I'm very happy with it. The reason that stainless steel cookware is often made with a copper or an aluminum core is because stainless steel is very poor conductor of heat. An all stainless steel pan would burn the food, unless the pan is really thick. Copper and aluminum are excellent heat conductors. However, copper and aluminum can be toxic and the metal can leach into food. This is why stainless steel is considered the best cooking surface for cookware. All-Clad is terrible expensive, though. There are cheaper brands out there. I saw a brand of All-Clad copy cats at Walmart the other day. They were fairly expensive, too, but a lot cheaper than the All-Clad... and they had an aluminum core.
Q:Can the 5-10cm thick paper sleeve inside the scrapped aluminum coil be sliced? Now we use knife which is much troublesome.
You can use Long Men Rolling Mill to slice directly.
Q:Best place to order 25 micron diameter aluminum wire?
If they can't help, try asking the tech support guys at the wirebond manufacturers and the tool manufacturers. KS in the US and Shinkawa in Japan used to be the big guys. You can search for ultrasonic bond tools. You can also check with superconducting research centers; several private and public ones. Researchers might loan you materials and/or bonding support. BTW, Al critical temp is reportedly about 1.2°K, pretty tough to get that cold! U/S bond wire has 1% silicon, partly for hardness, you can probably bond pure wire though. Key is breaking up the oxide. Maybe bonding at cold temps and/or in vacuum would work. Also, I doubt epoxy would be good or superconducting at the temps. Al filled epoxy is unreliable electrical conductor due to oxide formation. Will be a bear to handle such fine wires without a bonder! Good luck!
Q:aluminum vs carbon fiber ?
Carbon Fiber Vs Aluminum

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