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||Coated,Embossed,Anodized,Polished,Mill Finish,Color Coated,Oxidized,Enameled Wire,Brushed,Printed,Composited,Holographic Impression,Sand Blasted,Powder Coating
||Liner & Wad,Decorations,Door & Window,Heat Sink,Transportation Tools,Glass Wall,Food,Kitchen Use,Pharmaceutical,Seal & Closure,Insulation Material,Label & Tag
1000 Series: 1050 1060 1070 1100 1200 1235 etc.
3000 Series: 3003 3004 3005 3104 3105 3A21 etc.
5000 Series: 5005 5052 5083 5086 5154 5182 5251 5754 etc.
6000 Series: 6061 6063 6082 6A02 etc.
8000 Series: 8006 8011 8079 etc.
Metallic, Solid, RAL or by customer requirements
PVDF(Polyvinylidene Fluoride), PE(Polyester )
as per customer’s request
Total coating thick
PVDF27 ~35micron(EN ISO-2360:1995)
PVC film, Colorless transparent or White-black
5B (EN ISO-2409:1994)
No cracking and peeling (A.S.T.M D2794-1993)
H16, H18, H24, H26, H26
ISO9001:2000, CE, SGS
Coil's standard diameter
Coil's standard weight
PE and PVDF Painting
Polyester Coatings (PE)
PE (polyester) coatings exhibit an excellent combination of hardness, flexibility, flow, appearance, and superior resistance to dirt retention in indoor and outdoor applications. These coatings are highly resistant to abrasion, metal marking, staining, and marring, and require minimal maintenance. Glazetech uses polyester paints which provide excellent colour and gloss retention properties.
Polyvinylidene Fluoride Coatings (PVDF)
PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is a chemical resistant thick film barrier coating commonly used in architectural applications where both excellent appearance and substrate protection must be maintained over a long period of time. This coating is unaffected by most chemicals and solvents and has excellent wear and abrasion resistance. PVDF also has a high dielectric strength, excellent resistance to weathering and the ability to self extinguish.
Widely used in manufacturing of products as well as other industrial applications like:
Products Materials: PP cap stock, the traffic sign, air-conditioner heat and exchangers, food container, household foil, pharmaceutical packing, cigarettes packing etc.
Building Materials: aluminum curtain wall base plate, ACP, aluminum, ceilings, aluminum sheets, honeycomb panels and aluminum roofing, lighting decoration, household electrical appliances, food package (such as pop can cover & ring-pull), furniture ect.
- Q:can you weld metal to aluminum?
- i don't see why not becasue volvo uses aluminum exhaust systems.
- Q:Confusing???? Anodising of Aluminium?
- When Al is formed on the anode, it is immediately oxidized to Al2O3 because Al is very active. The oxygen come from the water. Actually, when you expose Al to the air, a layer of Al2O3 is formed and passivates the surface, this means, the surface do not continue oxidizing.
- Q:Is aluminum explosive?
- Aluminum is actually highly reactive. Under normal conditions, its outer layer quickly forms a coating of aluminum oxide which is extremely hard and well-attached. This prevents any further corrosion or oxidation. Molten aluminum will react explosively with water; this is a well-known danger in the aluminum casting industry. Very finely powdered aluminum is pyrophoric (self-igniting in air) and is used as a component in flash powder and some solid rocket fuels.
- Q:Why are hard drives made of aluminum?
- first I am guessing weight as there are 6 discs in there and just whipping them up to speed of 16000RPM takes some power. And the magnetic factor would play a roll at that speed and you would lose data.. It is not aluminum...it is aluminum alloy. Steel is not cheaper. And as temperatures change the steel would expand more than the aluminum alloy and you would lose your data as it has moved. Just a guess.
- Q:aluminum welding advise?
- What is your machine that you will be using? Can you weld AC on it? Do you have a High Freq. Box? Will you GTAW it or use GMAW? What Alloy of Aluminum is it? Need much more info than you have provided. If GMAW best to have a pull or a push / pull wire feed system such as in a spool gun. Aluminum is too soft to just push from a wire feeder unit.
- Q:Aluminum silicate felt fiber needle blanket noise reduction?
- And in the heat insulation, aluminum silicate needled blanket technology with a special one-time plastic molding, as the car chassis fireproof heat insulation layer, and now Xiamen Kinglong has reached a cooperation agreement.
- Q:Is aluminium safe to put in your mouth?
- The jury is still out on this one. Aluminum in the body has been directly connected as a causal factor for alzheimer's disease. Think about this : Small amounts of it are infused in many of the things we eat and drink every day. Any food or drink item that comes from an aluminum container has small amounts of aluminum that has leached into those items that you then eat/drink. Aluminum cooking pots/pans are said to leach aluminum into the foods that are prepared in them. Even cooking with aluminum foil adds to the amount of aluminum you are slowly accumulating within your body and brain tissues. The amounts of aluminum we take into our bodies in these ways may be individually small and insignificant as far as health hazards are concerned. But when you add them up over the course of a lifetime the amount becomes rather alarming. As far as aluminum dental tools or prosthetic oral devices braces....who knows how much they contribute to health issues associated with one's overall lifetime exposure. Like I said in the beginning, the jury is still out on this one.
- 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:how can you tell when aluminum has become oxidized and what are some possible causes?
- there is not any way which you will develop right into a mermaid.. you may now have gills surgically put in on your physique... yet as for the rest that is not any longer achievable for there are nevertheless issues that for the period of common terms nature ought to do... And shall we no longer forget that guy-type and mermaids have been enemies for hundreds of years... and you need to get caught in some fisherman internet and land up as dogs nutrition.... Or a attempt subject in some international places laboratory And ingesting uncooked sea-nutrition for the the remainder of your organic life my no longer be your component........ yet on no account the fewer solid success in having your dream come actual.......................
- Q:how to bake plaster for casting aluminum?
- Plaster releases water at two points - in ordinary or accelerated drying it loses the water needed for setting and stops feeling cool and feels dry. If it is heated past 900F it loses chemically bound water and may fall apart. Aluminum melts at several hundred degrees higher than this and if the mold is intended to hold a mass of aluminum is is likely to destroy the mold. If the aluminum casting is fairly flat less of a problem. The common method for dealing with this is to add 50% silica flour (bad for lungs warning) to the dry plaster when making the mold. Then the mixed material mold can be used and preheated to take materials at least up to fused/molten glass, although the mold is commonly lost (not reusable) at these temps and just barely holds together.
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