PE Coated Aluminium Coils for Decoration Blue AA3003

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PE Coated aluminium coils are widly used in decoration field.For example, it can used in ceiling, wall curtain ect. For the painting kinds, it depends on the using evironment.  If you use in the open air, we recommend the PVDF coated aluminium coils. This kind of painting can last 15-20 years.  If you use in the room, we recommend PE coated aluminium coils. The price is much cheaper than PVDF.

 

2. Main features of the product

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.Products Specifcation

 

 

AlloyTemperColorCoil IDCoated Thickness
AA3003H14PE Blue505mm22-25 microns

 

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:Atoms in Aluminum?
What you want to do is determine the mass of the piece of aluminum foil and then convert that to number of atoms. I'll give some pointers and you can fill in the rest: 1. Calculate the mass of the foil: a. Convert the length and width of the foil into centimeters. b. Convert the thickness of the foil into centimeters. Use your 0.141 mm figure. c. Now multiply the length times width times the height to give you the volume in centimeters. d. Now multiply this volume calculated in step c times the density of aluminum. That will give you the mass of your piece of foil. 2. Convert this mass into number of atoms. a. From the periodic table you know that there are 26.982 grams per mole of Al b. There are 6.02 x 10^23 atoms in a mole. c. So, take the mass calculated in Part 1 and divide it by 26.982 grams per mole of Al. That will give you the number of moles of Al in your piece of foil. d. Now take this number of moles and multiply it by 6.02 x 10^23 atoms in a mole, and that will give you the number of atoms in your piece of foil.
Q:What happened to the aluminum coil coming out of the annealing furnace?
There is oil on the aluminum coil and the annealing time is too long.
Q:aluminum for thermite?
In 35+ years of demonstrating the thermite reaction, I have used fine aluminium powder to quite visible small bits. The proportions don't seem too critical, but try and keep near the amounts represented by the balanced eqtn. The difficult bit is getting the wretched stuff to ignite. With some mixes several strands of magnesium ribbon as fuse still wouldn't get it to ignite. I found a pile of 'ignition powder' at the base of the Mg often helped. There was a good commercial one available in the UK but I often made one up, main ingredients barium peroxide and magnesium powder, about 50/50. Needless to say, ignite with this mix where you won't breathe any nasty fumes. To get a good result, if I didn't use a proper crucible, I shaped one of Al foil about the capacity of 2-3 eggcups. This was put on sand in a big coffee tin, then more sand added to fill round the sides. This would give a good amount of iron. I once made the mistake of rushing in too quickly to get out the red hot iron.... and completely melted the ends of a large pair of Nickel tongs!
Q:is aluminum a strong metal?
Cinderblock is correct. Alloys can be made of almost anything. Aluminum is made in like 2700 different grades/alloy combinations - some pure, most less so. Aluminum is the 3rd most plentiful element in the earths crust.
Q:To Chad B. cook your pasta in an ALUMINUM Stock Pot. (they are cheap). Has worked for me for 40 years.?
cool tip. thanks.
Q:What are the best rust-proof coils? Please tell me the model and manufacturer in Shangdong. Thank you.
3003 aluminum coil, AL-Mn series alloy, is the most widely used rust-proof aluminum with the density being 2.73. It is applicable to insulation projects such as pipe insulation, packaging, machine parts, refrigerator, air conditioning and ventilation pipes and other wet environment.
Q:Is lead more active than aluminum?
Aluminum is more active than lead. You should double check your activity data table. If you confirm that the table says that lead is more active than aluminum, the table is in error.
Q:How to measure the thickness of aluminum coil at real time? In what areas can the sensor be used?
I suggest that you use the laser displacement sensor for real-time measurement of the thickness of aluminum coil. ZLDS100 can exactly measure the change value of aluminum coil thickness through simple technique in the thickness measurement project, which can help judge the production phase and status.
Q:Is a $500 Aluminum mountain bike store bike the same as a $100 aluminum mountain bike from Walmart?
Many good points above, especially about service. I re-emphasize the comment about the tubing. Aluminum bikes are not just aluminum they are aluminum alloy and it's not just the formula it is the process of forming the tubes that builds strength, but the problem isn't that Walmart frames are really that likely to break although they might. And as for the car comparison - Toyota vs. BMW doesn't do the story justice. Entry level bike store bikes are Toyotas Corollas and Ford Focuses (not BMWs) and Walmart bikes compare to Yugo's or some other Soviet Era car - at best. There really isn't a car out there on the US market that sucks as much as a Walmart bike. My 3 biggest problems with department store bikes in general: 1) Brakes - regardless of what type of system used they universally SUCK the levers are often to flimsy and about 1/2 the time even a competent mechanic can't get the brake system to work satisfactorily. 2) EVERY SINGLE bolt, nut and washer (that all look shiny in the store) is the cheapest possible and the RUST practically the very first time they get wet, and they strip, break, and lock-up something terrible making repairs a total pain. 3) They aren't designed to be repaired, they are designed to be ridden and tossed in the garbage. And Yes the dual suspension is worse than a bad value - it actually makes the bike WORSE. Yes WORSE. Not only is that bike useless for actual mountain bike and the suspension totally not up to the task, it will also bounce up and down as you pedal down the road sucking all of your effort into the suspension instead of moving. It gets worse when riding up hill. AND the shocks add extra weight AND when the shocks blow out it'll bounce even more.
Q:is a stainless steel cookware set with an aluminum core fine for cooking?
The aluminum is encased in the stainless steel, usually as a thick disk in the bottom. It is an excellent conductor of heat and holds the heat well once it gets hot. All you see is the stainless, none of the aluminum because it's between two layers of stainless in the bottom of the pots. You are right, you don't want food cooked in straight aluminum, some metal taste can transfer to certain foods. That won't happen with stainless.

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