Embossed Aluminum Sheet 5052 for Anti-slipped Step

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Grade: 1000 Series,2000 Series,3000 Series,4000 Series,5000 Series,7000 Series,6000 Series Surface Treatment: Embossed Shape: Square
Temper: O-H112 Application: Transportation Tools

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1.Structure of Embossed Aluminum Sheet 5052 for Anti-slipped Step

Aluminum Sheets are strengthened and cut from raw materials with different alloys, such as AA5005, AA5052, etc. They are easy for processing in different shapes, good in intensity and can be quickly installed. Aluminium Sheets for Energy Saving Curtain Walls are good in energy saving, weather resistance, fire resistance, easy for maintenance and with many colors.

Aluminium Sheets for Energy Saving Curtain Walls are widely used in construction of metal walls, metal ceilings, car decoration, advertizing panels, etc.

2.Main Features of Embossed Aluminum Sheet 5052 for Anti-slipped Step

•High intensity

•Easy to be processed and shaped

•Weather resistance

•Anti-pollution & environment protection

3. Embossed Aluminum Sheet 5052 for Anti-slipped Step Images

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4.Specification of Aluminum Sheet 6061 for Window And Door System

Alloy Number

AA5XXX

Temper

H12, H14, H16, H18, H22, H24, H26, H32, HO, F

Thickness

0.1mm – 500mm

Width

10mm- 2200mm

Standard

GB/T3880-2006, ASTM, ISO, EU standard

5.FAQ

AWhat about inspections to guarantee quality?

For each order for Aluminum Sheets with Mill Finished Surface AA5XXX, we will arrange strict inspection for raw materials, inspection during production and inspection for finished goods.

With requirement of customers, we also can arrange the third party inspection.

BWhat about delivery?

We will put order for Aluminum Sheets with Mill Finished Surface AA5XXX in production schedule after order gets confirmed against copy of TT or L/C. Normally it takes about one month for production. Exact shipment schedule is different based on different sizes and quantity.

CWhat is the MOQ?

5 tons for each size.

D. Where have you exported aluminium sheets?

We have exported aluminum sheets to many countries. Main markets include South East Asia, Middle East, North America, South America, etc.

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Q:What aluminum free deodorant works???
use a peach smelling 1 it works 4 me! thankz 4 the best awnser!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Q:Aluminum vs. steel shoes for H/J?
Like others have pointed out aluminum are lighter but more expensive and must be replaced more often, but they are also much lighter. When I am seriously competing I put aluminum shoes on my horses just for the summer show season to take advantage of the lighter weight, then back to steel for the rest of the year (and with steel being as durable as it is I can keep the same pair stored away to be put back on in the fall.) It's your call, its not a HUGE difference but it might help him pick his feet up better.
Q:Aluminum plate 90 degree bending, why cracking?
Cracking of 90 degree bending of aluminium plate:1 bend radius is too small2, more impurities aluminum plate
Q:is there any tool that will pick up aluminum nails?
sadly, magnets do not work on aluminum, however, the are light enough, to be picked up by a vacuum.
Q:Aluminum or Steel Frame for Touring?
The two previous bikes lack brazeons for rack mounts up front, so they don't seem suitable for heavy, loaded touring expeditions. But, I don't see any models by Giant that have front rack brazeons. Actually, their forks all appear to be carbon/composite. I agree that the Co-Motion products look great, but their prices do seem a bit high for a welded frame, even if it is made in the US. The Surly LHT would make an extremely rugged, steel tourer. But building it up to your desired specs would likely put you way over your limit.
Q:What is aluminum sheet material L2?
L2 is the name of the brand of aluminium plate in our country, which is the 1060 brand now!L1 is 1070L2 is 1060L3 is 1050L4 is 1030L5-1 is 1100And LF-21, or 3003, LF-1, or 3004! Wait
Q:What kind of paint should be sprayed on the aluminium board?
General use of Japanese Oriental metal paint can be produced, if the landlord can provide information about the use. You can provide better solutions to you
Q:Where is the difference between the 5052 aluminum plate and the 1060 Aluminum plate?
Composition and properties are not the same, first of all, 5052 belong to the alloy (aluminum magnesium) aluminum, aluminum content of about 95%, the magnesium content of about 4%, there are some other trace metals, 1060 pure aluminum (aluminum content of 99.6%, the balance of other metal elements); followed by mechanical propertiesTwo aluminum in the same state, 5052 to 1060 in hardness, elongation, tensile strength and so on are not the same. Specific depends on what state (H14, H32, H24, O state, etc.); finally, because the price of different components determine the price is different, the price is usually 5052 higher than 1060.
Q:old aluminum bike?
1988? Why do you believe it is aluminum? So far as I can recall, Performance didn't begin offering bicycles AT ALL until about 1992. Even then they had steel frames... their bikes were supplied by a Taiwanese company by the name of UEC who also made (and makes) KHS brand bikes. Regarding early aluminum failures, yes, there were many simply because factories were unfamiliar with the material and thought they could get away without the post treatment that a welded aluminum structure often requires. Another reason for aluminum frame failure was when a few factories attempted to bond aluminum tubes to lugs. This is also a problem with carbon fiber bikes. This is because the epoxy used degasses, or hardens and becomes crystallized. The now brittle epoxy cracks and results in catastrophic failure. This, in the factory's opinion, was not a warranty event. I'll tell you what. Grab a magnet off of your refrigerator and see if it sticks to the frame. if it does- even a tiny bit- then it is steel. If the frame is WELDED aluminum it should be retired since there is no way of telling whether the frame was properly post-treated. If the frame is BONDED then it should be retired because of the possibility of the epoxy fracturing.
Q:Steel or aluminum alloy rims?
Aluminum rims are a whole lot better on the mechanical stand point, they are lighter, usually stronger (depending on the alloy) and they allow for better heat disapation. Lighter rims will save gas money (nothing you will notice, maybe an extra mile/tank, if that). Depending on the alloy used in the aluminum rims, they are usually stronger and can take more froce abuse, just as long as they don't get scuffed up, ect. With the better heat disapation. When the brakes heat up, the heat is sent out ever direction, mostly through metal. Aluminum (alloy) is a great conductor of heat. So when the brakes heat up, the aluminum rims will absord much of this heat, and the outside air will be able to cool the rim faster then the brakes themselves, but the brakes will stay cooler this way. Brakes that are running cooler, will last longer then brakes running hot. You will have less of a chance of brake fade a condition where the brakes get to a point of being to hot, they don't function at all, or its hard to stop the vehicle. It will also extend the brakes over all life, in some cases up to 40-50%. I had stock steel rims in my truck, small rims for a small truck, and whenever I was doing highway driving, i would get brake fade under high speed braking. When I switched to aluminum rims, I have not had brake fade since, I don't know about the life on the pads, as I switched the rims, before I wore a set down. I picked up a set of 4 5spoke rims from an Explorer and put them on my ranger, I paid $80 for the 4 and they look in pretty good shape, little corrosion. A down side to aluminum rims is corrosion, they corrode easier, and can cuase discolouration of the rim itself, or can cause leaky tires if it corrodes around the bead seat, which it usually does. Its a fair trade off however.

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