PVDF Color Coated Aluminium Coils for Decoration AA3003

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PVDF Coated aluminium coils are widly used in decoration field. For the paints, there are two kinds: One is Polyester, and the other is PVDF. The price of PVDF is much higher than PE. However, the period of PVDF will be last longer, it can be remain 15-20 years. Compared to PE, it is 10-15 years.

 

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 Specification

 

 

AlloyTemperPaintingCoil IDCoil Weight
AA3003H14,H16,H18PVDF508MM2-2.5 TONS

 

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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:The choice between Vinyl and Aluminum? By Mastercraft Exteriors?
Are you asking what I think is better? It really depends on your house your neighborhood and your pocket book. I myself prefer vinyl. Aluminum will dent. A stone from the lawn mower can dent it. Not everytime but it can and over time I guarantee it will. So will that baseball the neighborhood kid throws, (because your child would never do that). Both should be available in the insulation backed version of the product if not through them then through another contractor. So if R-values are a deciding factor you can get about the same from either product. There is a lot more versatility with vinyl around windows and corners.
Q:What are your opinions on recycling aluminum?
1) I do recycle aluminum when I have it. 2) Well I don't really recycle it because I don't drink soda or beer or use much foil. It's actually bad for you all together so I avoid it. When I do recycle aluminum I do it we're taught that its supposed to be recycled. I more commonly recycle paper and plastic. 3) Of course it makes a difference whether we recycle. It allows for re use of most material in essence slows down the proportion of useless garbage. 4) Yes it does, in my opinion. 5) I think that being taught and explained thoroughly at a young age would help. Not only teaching but setting n example. Also, supplying readily available recycle bins at schools, shopping centers, public and at home should enforce it more.
Q:Do we ingest aluminum particulates when drinking coke from a can?
It's a fact that the cola industry controls us through microchips floating in their drinks
Q:What volume of oxygen measured at 25oC and 0.975 atm is required to completely oxidize 3.42 g of aluminum to a?
First write out the formula reaction: 4Al + 3O2 --- 2Al2O3 Next, find the number of moles of oxygen gas needed to oxidize 3.42 g of aluminium completely. From the cchemical equation above, 3 mol of oxygen is used to oxidize completely 4 mol of aluminium. Calculate the no. of moles of aluminium used: no. of moles of aluminium used = 3.42 g / molar mass of Al = 3.42 g / 26.98 g mol^-1 = 0.127 mol Use the mole ratio concept to find the no. of moles of oxygen required: no. of moles of oxygen required : no. of moles of aluminium used = 3 : 4 no. of moles of oxygen required / 0.127 = 3 / 4 no. of moles of oxygen required = (3 / 4)(0.127) = 0.095 mol Next, use the gas equation PV = nRT [P: Pressure of gas in Pa; V: Volume of gas in m^3; n: no. of moles; R, gas constant, 8.314 J mol^-1 K^-1; T, Temperature of gas in K] -Convert 0.975 atm to Pa: 0.975 atm = (0.975 x 101325) Pa = 98791.875 Pa -Convert 25 oC to K: 25 oC = (25 + 273) K = 298 K -Substitute into the equation PV = nRT and solve it: (98791.875)(V) = (0.095)(8.31)(298) (98791.875)(V) = 235.2561 V = 235.2561 / 98791.875 = 0.002381 m^3 = (0.002381 x 10^3) L = 2.381 L
Q:Aluminum or Chrome Wheels?
Aluminum are lighter, which mean faster car. Stronger, stay cleaner longer. Chrome are more expensive. Just made for people who like being flashy.
Q:Is anodized aluminum rust-proof?
Aluminum would be an ideal material stainless steel a better one, aluminum does not rust it deteriorates to electrolite when in contact with salt water and a magnetic or ferrus metal. Therefore as long as your boat is fitted with salt water anodes it should create no problems if not it will deteriorate rapidly in salt water. All powered salt water craft/vessels carry anodes ie there is an anode fitted to the aluminum drive leg of an outboard or Z drive if intended for salt water use, On larger ships the anodes are normally fixed to the rudder blade so equip your platform the same. Zink anodes are cheap and available at every salt water chandlers. You should also use non ferrus bolts and screws to screw your construction together with, or to fix it to the hull, or better make a set of jigs to suit shape size and then get it TIG welded never mix ferrus and non ferrus metals in the presence of salt water without a zink anode, the damage is rapid and attacks the structure of the non ferrus metal creating an electric field and destroying the weakest current catalyst ie the aluminum itself. The non ferrus metals that in general maritime use that are are not so much effected by salt water are phosphor bronze, brass,and copper.Non of these would be suitable for making your platform, therefore aluminum. If weight is not a problem though i would recommend a middle grade stainless steel such as se 80 or around that grade, And again it would be better to be TIG welded than bolted together, bolts are subject to movement (especially at sea) and therefore hole enlargement. As are safety standard pop rivets.
Q:Foods containing aluminium?
commonly adjuvants have aluminum in them
Q:IS aluminium oxide passive (non-reactive) (plz read below too)?
Not sure. Maybe because Na K are more active than Aluminum.
Q:Is there a difference between parchment paper and aluminum foil...?
The fish should cook fine in the parchment paper - it could be even better that way.
Q:What is the formula to calculate the wall thickness of aluminum coil?
Aluminum coil thickness*aluminum coil width*aluminum coil curl*aluminum density (the density of aluminum alloy: 2.73, the density of pure aluminum: 2.71)

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