Extrudd Aluminum Tiles For Roofing Application

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Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series,4000 Series,5000 Series,6000 Series,7000 Series,2000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated,Embossed,Anodized,Polished,Mill Finish,Color Coated,Oxidized,Enameled Wire,Brushed,Printed,Composited,Holographic Impression,Sand Blasted,Powder Coating Shape: Angle,Square,T-Profile,Round,Flat,Rectangular,Oval,Hexagonal
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:

Extruded Aluminum Tiles For Roofing Application

Specifications

Alloy NO.

Thickness

Width

Length

Production

 line 

Circulation 

    size

1050 1060 

1100 3003 

0.3-9.5mm

800--2200mm

1000--10000mm

DC,CC

1220*2440mm

1250*2500mm

1500*3000mm

1000*2000mm

 

5052 5083

5454 5754 

5086

0.5-150mm

800--2200mm

1000--6000mm

DC

6061

5-150mm

800--2200mm

1000--10000mm

DC

7075

6-150mm

800--2200mm

1000--10000mm

DC

Packing

Stick blue film→plastic film→waterproof paper→1~2 tons on a export 

standard pallet(corner protection) 

Application

decoration:ceilings,walls,furniture,cabinets,elevators,signs,name plate,

transportation, cookware, household appliances:refrigerators,microwave

ovens,  machinery, mold making,aerospace and military aspects, auto,

PP cap , construction etc

Standard 

Chemical Composite: GB/T 3190-2008, JIS, EN, ASTM


Mechanical Property: GB/T 3880.2-2012, JIS, EN, ASTM

MOQ

5TONS

Kind attention 

Specifications can be customized as the customer’s requirements

Application

Extrudd Aluminum Tiles For Roofing Application

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FAQ

Q: Can you provide free samples?

A: Yes, free samples will be sent to you on freight at destination.

 

Q: Can I get your latest catalogue?

A:  Yes, it will be sent to you in no time.

 

Q: What are your payment terms?

A: We accept L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, West Union, etc

 

Q: Can you provide free samples?
A: Yes, free samples will be sent to you on freight at destination.

 

Q: Can I get your latest catalogue?

A:  Yes, it will be sent to you in no time.

Q: What is the MOQ?
A:  5 tons.


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Q:How much does one atom of aluminum cost?
length * width * thickness = volume (with some unit conversions) Mass = volume * density (look up the density of aluminum) convert mass to moles. convert moles to atoms Divide the cost by the number of Al atoms.
Q:what is the behaviour of Al2O3= aluminium oxide and SiO2= silicon dioxide when heated?
Aluminium oxide is a metal oxide and here shows it's basic properties. Silicon dioxide is a non metal oxide, so acidic Acid + base ---- salt so aluminium silicate is formed
Q:The difference between aluminium alloy and aluminium plate
Aluminum alloy low density, but relatively high strength, close to or higher quality steel, plastic good, can be processed into various profiles, with excellent conductivity, thermal conductivity and corrosion resistance, widely used in industry, the use of only steelIn general, outdoor billboards are made of aluminium alloy sheets
Q:Rifle material stainless steel vs aluminum?
Stainless Vs Aluminum Prop
Q:which has more mass lead or aluminum?
lead it has the Atomic Weight of= 207.2
Q:help with aluminium and titanium questions?
1. When exposed to air, pure aluminium rapidly forms a passive oxide layer, alumina, which further inhibits aluminium reactions with other elements. 2. Aluminium can be made stronger by alloying with other elements. One of the most known aluminum alloy is duraluminium, where the principal alloying component is copper. 3. Exactly as aluminium, titanium corrosion resistance is due to its high reactivity with oxygen. When pure titanium is exposed to air it forms a passive titanium dioxide layer on the surfaces exposed which further prohibits other reactions with corrosion agents. 4. The use of titanium in jet engines components is favored by its strength to weight ration, which is unmatched by any other metal. As for the nuclear reactors, its use is preferred because of its superior corrosion resistance associated with fracture toughness and overall durability. 5. Both titanium and aluminium are refined from their respective mined ores - bauxite, for aluminium, ilmenite and rutile for titanium. Basically, these are oxides of the metals. Pure metal has to be reduced from these ores and processes involve use of temperatures up to and sometime exceeding 1000 degrees Celsius, which obviously requires a great consumption of energy, including electricity. Moreover, pure aluminium is obtained in the final processing phase through electrolysis, meaning an electrical current is needed in order to drive the required chemical reactions, thus adding to the electrical consumption. 6. Recycling aluminium from aluminium simply requires the remelting of the metal, eliminating the electrolytic phase that is high electric energy consuming.
Q:old aluminum bike?
I've ridden old Cannondales for years. I've never heard a horror story, if anything it is overengineered. With any frame, you need to see if there is any damage.
Q:How would you write the formula for aluminum sulfate and calcium chloride?
Aluminium sulfate: Molecular formula Al2(SO4)3·16H2O Calcium chloride: Molecular formula CaCl2
Q:What is the amperage setting on a tig welder when welding aluminum?
Best electrodes to use for Aluminum welding is 1.5% lanthanum oxide (gold color code.). 2% zirconia (brown) or 2% thorium oxide (red) can also be used. Note that zirconia-doped electrodes should never be used for DC welding. A lot of welders like to quote offhand the rule 1 amp for every 0.001 inch of thickness. This applies to steel, stainless, and nickel alloys only. Due to the lower melting point, lower specific heat capacity, and higher thermal conductivity of of Al, this rule should NOT be used for Al! I recommend welding a test piece first with the same joint configuration and thickness of the part you intend to weld. Note that fillet welds require more current than butt welds or edge welds. Start out by using 2/3 amp per 0.001 of thickness, in other words, reduce the current of the above rule by about 30-40% . Make 3 test weld, then check to see if there's any visible penetration on the other side. If you don't see any through-pentration at all, increase the current by about 10-20 amps and test again.
Q:Need help with cleaning baking aluminum pans...that are mess!!?
Thanks, have all of the above that you mentioned...just that a few are favorites as I can pick them up easily - bad shoulders and elbows have weight bearing issues....I don't even cook all that much, but seem to burn a lot - even when boiling eggs....it is a miserable commentary on a day in the life of Aunt Susie....

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