Embossed Aluminum Coil/Strip 3003 for Curtain Wall

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5 m.t.
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10000 m.t./month

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Item specifice:

Grade: 1000 Series,2000 Series,3000 Series,4000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated,Embossed,Mill Finish Shape: Round,Flat
Temper: O-H112 Application: Transportation Tools,Door & Window,Heat Sink

Product Description:

1.    Specification of Embossed Aluminum Coil/Strip 3003 for Curtain Wall

1) Alloy

1050,   1060,1100,  3003  3004 3105 3A21 5005 5052 etc 

2) Temper

O/H12/H14/H1/H18/H32/H34/H36/H38//H111/H112/H116/H321/T6/T651/T3/T351   etc

3) Thickness

0.1mm   to 6mm

4) Width

20mm   to 3300mm

5) Coil weight

100kgs   to 6 tons depends on actual requirement

6) Core material

Aluminum   or paper

7) Coil Inner diameter

75mm,   150mm, 200mm, 300mm, 405mm, 505mm or as required 

8) Protective film can be added

 

2.    Application of Embossed Aluminum Coil/Strip 3003 for Curtain Wall

(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 Embossed Aluminum Coil/Strip 3003 for Curtain Wall

*Such coil is specially designed to replace aluminum ingot, due to the high export tax of aluminum ingot, the coil has better price than ingot.

*This type of coil can fit customer's remelting furnace just like ingot, no need to make any change to the production line that was previously used for ingot. The standard coil size and weight is very suitable for the feed gate of furnace.

*This type of coil causes less material wastage than ingot when remelted.

*Our coil is made directly from ore, no need to go though the ingot making process, quality is much better than other suppliers who use ingot scrap to make coil.

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

 

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

 

5.    Image of Embossed Aluminum Coil/Strip 3003 for Curtain Wall

Embossed Aluminum Coil/Strip 3003 for Curtain Wall

Embossed Aluminum Coil/Strip 3003 for Curtain Wall

Embossed Aluminum Coil/Strip 3003 for Curtain Wall


6.    Package and shipping of Embossed Aluminum Coil/Strip 3003 for Curtain Wall

eye to wall

eye to the wall

with wood pallet  (wooded case also available)

 

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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