1100 5754 Mirror Cost Insulation Aluminum Roll

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Item specifice:

Grade: 1000 Series,5000 Series,3000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated,Mill Finish,Color Coated Shape: Round,Flat
Temper: O-H112,Half Hard Application: Decorations,Transportation Tools,Kitchen Use Technique: DC/CC
Thickness: 0.05-4.0mm Width: 900--1500mm Net Weight (kg): 2.5 ton
Packaging: Wooden pallets

Product Description:

 1100 5754 Mirror Cost Insulation Aluminum Roll   

Applications:

Aluminum foil roll is widely used in construction,decoration,hardware,

electric appliances,machinery and other industrial and civil purposes,

such as electronic capacitor,composite cooker,rice cooker,refrigerator,

computer casting,telecommunication,equipment,lamp shade,air conditioner,

cosmetics cover and so on.

Or it can be made as customers requirement.

 

Specifications

color aluminum coil
1000 series 1100 10160 1200
surface could be: Brushed, drawing, embossed, printing
color: red,

color aluminum coil  

.Alloy type: 1050/1060/1100/1350

2.Temper: H16, H18, H22, H24

3.Thickness range: 0.1mm-4mm

4.Width range: 25mm-1600mm

5.Surface:finish: bright & smooth surface, without flow lines, slight oiled to avoid white rusting.

6.Quality material:totally free from such defefects as roll marks, edge damager, camber, white rust, oil patches, holes, break lines,

 color aluminum coil 

 



Name

 

color aluminum coil

Alloy or not

yes

Alloy

1100H16/18, 3003H24,3003H26,3005H26,8011,3004,3105,5005,etc.

Thickness

0.1-4mm

Width

≤1600mm

MOQ

5T

Coating finish

Brushed, drawing, embossed, printing

Color

As to code RAL

Surface

Embossed,Mill Finish,Coated,Brushed

Gloss

10-90%(EN ISO-2813:1994)

Total coating thick

PVDF27 ~35micron

Polyester18~27micron(EN ISO-2360:1995)

Coating hardness

2H

Adhesion

5B (EN ISO-2409:1994)

Impact resistance

No cracking and peeling (A.S.T.M D2794-1993)

Flexibility (T-bend)

0T- 2T

MEK resistance

100

Certification

ISO9001:2000, CE, SGS

Coil's standard diameter

1100mm

Inner Diameter

405mm/505mm

Coil's standard weight

2000kgs




1100 5754 Mirror Cost Insulation Aluminum Roll


1100 5754 Mirror Cost Insulation Aluminum Roll


1100 5754 Mirror Cost Insulation Aluminum Roll




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Q:Do we ingest aluminum particulates when drinking coke from a can?
As mentioned, there is a coating on the inside of the can that prevents the drink from coming into contact with the can. You won't be getting any aluminum, HOWEVER in that coating is a chemical called BPA. This chemical has been shown to affect the body's hormonal systems and can affect the birth of future children, even if one is not presently pregnant. It has recently been declared a toxic substance in Canada and other countries seem to be slowly following suit in declaring it as such. This chemical is used because it is cheap. Governments tend to be very hesitant banning things that are harmful if they affect the way corporations can make money. I try to avoid cans for this very reason. When you drink from them you'll be getting trace amounts of this chemical. Trace amounts over time add up in the body, especially with this chemical.
Q:Can you make a Tank out of aluminium armor?
Most military vehicles these days are made out of a super high grade strength linoleum. That way, if they're ever needed to be lifted out by a helicopter or some other flying vehicle, they're light enough. And it also is easier to repair damage and clean off blood stains as compared to other types of metal.
Q:What are the effects of casting temperature on ductility of aluminum coil?
The tensile strength and ductility increase with the solid solution insulation time, and reach best fit at 1 hour. Continue thermal insulation, and the tensile strength will change little while the ductility will reduce. This is because the solid solution over insulation will cause the work pieces crystallize so that the large crystal reduce the plasticity.
Q:Mercury corrodes aluminum?
hang on ill have a psychic moment... ok, we have two types of metal. ferrous and non ferrous... ferrous rusts... Fe... iron. non ferrous... no iron... Copper and aluminium, and zinc and silver appear int he periodic table, they are NOBLE metals.. pure elements... copper corrodes in acid aluminium corrodes iin alkali and i dont know what corrodes Zinc... and theyre digging up pieces of silver and gold which are thousands of years old, out of the sea... and they look as good as the day they were made... oh, and raw untreated steel starts rusting within hours of exposure to water and air... without air, the metal willstill corrode, but it'll take much much longer... your average ford starts rusting itself to death within 10 years... yet the titanic has been under the ocean for almost 100 years... and ok, i know the titanic hull is a bit thicker than a ford wheel arch... but the principle holds.
Q:what language did Aluminum and Uranium originate from ? Who or what were they named for ?
The ancient Greeks and Romans used alumen (alum, potassium aluminium sulfate, K2Al6(OH)12(SO4)4) in medicine as an astringent, and as a mordant in dyeing. Alum was exported from ancient Greece and Italy. In 1761 the French chemist Louis-Bernard Guyton de Morveau (1737-1816) proposed the name alumine for the base in alum. Guyton de Morveau was instrumental in setting up a standardised system for chemical nomenclature and often collaborated with Antoine Lavoisier, who in 1787, suggested that alumine was the oxide of a previously undiscovered metal. In 1808, Sir Humphry Davy (1778-1829) did experiments for the decomposition of alumine, silex, zircone, and glucine. He failed to isolate the metals in these, as he reported in his paper for the Royal Society of London on 30 June 1808, but he suggested names for the metals (note) Cf. Silicium, Zirconium, and Beryllium (Glucium) Thus he proposed the name alumium for this still undiscovered metal and later agreed to change it to aluminum. Shortly thereafter the name aluminium was adopted to conform with the -ium ending of most elements. Uranium was named by its discoverer German chemist Martin Klaproth, after the last planet to have been discovered Uranus.
Q:Can an aluminum and Fluoride bond be created by boiling fluoridated water in aluminum cookware?
It could be.....but the amount of fluoride in tap water is 1.2ppm, so even if you do, it won't have any effect :)
Q:Why do tin/aluminium cans have grooves in the side?
This is the correct answer. This is a Microsoft Interview Question Source: How Would You Move Mount Fuji?: Microsoft's Cult of the Puzzle -- How the World's Smartest Companies Select the Most Creative Thinkers There was a time when cans were in rectangular shape and made of heavy steel. As can companies became more cost and environment conscious, they figured out ways to switch to thinner aluminum cans. The thin aluminum is less strong. Like eggshells, today's cans are just about as thin as they can be and still reliably enclose their contents. This demands architectural tricks that weren't necessary with the steel cans. The thickest and strongest part of the can is the top, attached separately with a crimp. The top has to stand the stress of someone ripping open the flip top. Because the top is thicker metal, the manufacturers found it desirable to minimize its diameter. So they shrunk the top a little. This meant adding a bevel at the top to connect it to the rest of the can. (They couldn't shrink the diameter of the whole can, or it would hold less beer.) Once you shrink the top, you also have to shrink the bottom, for the cans are supposed to stack. Both top and bottom are tapered. There are other reasons why thebottom is tapered. The bottom and middle are pressed from a single piece of thin aluminum, eliminating the extra step of attaching a separate bottom to the can. This is easiest to do when there is a bevel rather than a sharp right angle. The bevel also makes the can a little more dent-proof at the ends. You could get a similar strengthening effect with a convex bottom, but then the cans wouldn't stack.
Q:Which female deodorant doesn't have aluminum? ?
Deodorant with aluminum also causes breast cancer. I use Toms of Maine deodorant, which is aluminum-free.
Q:Do recycling sites reimburse you for aluminum tabs?
that is correct. salvage yards will be happy to buy you aluminum. 60 cents per pound sounds about right. what are you doing with your cans?
Q:what is marine grade aluminum?
5000 and 6000 series aluminums are considered marine grade. Also called T5 and T6. T6 is harder but has shorter life. Yes it does wear out like an old 727. The old DC-3's never wear out because they were made with T3, but they do corrode much faster and are not as strong. T5 is my suggestion for almost anything unless you can use a thicker T3. With any of these remember that disssimilar metals will destroy each other (the harder metals eat the softer metals). So if the rest of the boat is T5, use T5 exclusively. Ask any Aviation Metalsmith and they will babble all day about it, LOL.

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