Aluminium Checker Plate for Boat Deck Use

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Grade: 5000 Series Surface Treatment: Embossed Shape: Square
Temper: O-H112 Application: Construction

Product Description:

                                              Aluminium Checker Plate for Boat Deck Use

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1. Alloy number: 1100, 3003,1050,1060, 5052.

2. Temper: H14, H18, H12, H16, H22, H26, H24.

3. Thickness: 0.8-10.0mm. width: 20-1600mm.

4. Tolerance: thick+/-0.02mm, width +/-0.5mm.

5. Pattern: Two bars, Three bars, Five bars and Diamond.

6. Surface brightness: bright surface or normall surface.

7. Application: trailer, truck, decking, flooring, stairs, steps, building industry.

8. Loading port: Shanghai or main port.


l  Packaging & Delivery

Packaging detail: Standard seaworthy exporting carton, Wooden pallets, waterproof paper and plastic                                        coverage or as customer's requirements

Delivery detail: about 25 days from received original L/C or advance payments

Aluminium Checker Plate for Boat Deck Use


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CNBM International Corporation, China National Building Materials (Group) Corporation, is one of the largest companies in China building material & equipment industry, with 42,800 employees and sales in 2005 of US Dollar 4.395 billion. In 2006, China National Building Material Company Limited was listed on Hong Kong Stock Market with the stock code as     3323. 
Aluminium checker sheet is a popular product in the market of CNBM. With advanced technology and equipment, CNBM has sold its hight quality aluminium checker sheet to the world.

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Q: Do you provide free samples?

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

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

Q: What is the MOQ?

A: 2.5 tons

Q: What are your payment terms?

A: We accept L/C, T/T

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Q:aluminum fact or fiction question regarding recycling?
I Think So Because clean aluminum is easier to handle because they don't have to wash it like unclean aluminum.
Q:Can aluminium oxide react?
Aluminium forms layer of aluminium oxide when exposed to air. This prevents further reaction WITH AIR.
Q:Aluminium and copper advantages and disadvantages in electrical wires?
Copper does conduct slightly better than aluminum, but aluminum corrodes over time and the oxidized surface has very high resistance. Copper also oxidizes but is not as high a resistance. The high resistance, when in contact with another conductor, like a junction inside a box, will create heat. Those high resistance junctions create so much heat that over time a fire hazard develops. Hence, National Electrical Code disallowed the use of aluminum for safety reasons.
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:Aluminum recovery from Aluminum dross?
Because aluminium is usually used as an alloy, it has to be treated and extracted from the scrap first. This is done by putting it through the same process as extracting the metal from bauxite, which is extraction of pure aluminium oxide and electrolysing it to get the metal. I agree that electrolysis of aluminium oxide costs a lot. However, the efficiency of the recycling is higher, since the aluminium is relatively pure (bauxite is not), and it prevents perfectly usable aluminium being consigned to the scrap heap (preventing landfill at the same time).
Q:Sodium Aluminum Phosphate, is in food products?
Sodium aluminum phosphate is an ingredient in baking powder, which is used as a leavening agent (creates the holes / airspaces) in products like waffles, pancakes, cakes, breads. Only a small amount is used, so I'm not personally worried about the amount--I don't eat things like pancakes, waffles, cakes very often. Most breads tend to use yeast as the leavening agent, which means they do not use baking powder. I suppose waffles, pancakes, and cakes could be made with yeast as a leavening agent, but it would be a more time consuming (and complicated) process. (Iirc, some pancakes are made with sourdough, which uses yeast as a leavening agent.) By the way, making your own pancakes or waffles at home does not solve the problem unless you eliminate baking powder and use yeast instead. I've never heard of phosphorus paint, or a danger from it--the one I remember is lead paint and the dangers from it. Maybe I'm just getting old and not keeping up with all the latest hazards. To conclude, I'm not worried about the small amounts of sodium aluminum phosphate that I may get from eating products made with baking powder. Maybe if I ate large stacks of pancakes every day, I'd be more concerned, but I think the bigger concern in that case would be a lack of variety (and various trace nutrients)in my diet.
Q:Help!!!!!! Questions about Aluminium?
1) From What does aluminium derive its name? Ancient Greeks and Romans used aluminium salts as dyeing mordants and as astringents for dressing wounds; alum is still used as a styptic. In 1761 Guyton de Morveau suggested calling the base alum alumine. In 1808, Humphry Davy identified the existence of a metal base of alum, which he at first termed alumium and later aluminum . The earliest citation given in the Oxford English Dictionary for any word used as a name for this element is alumium, which British chemist and inventor Humphry Davy employed in 1808 for the metal he was trying to isolate electrolytically from the mineral alumina. 2)From which ore is aluminium extracted? Bauxite 3)Which country produces more aluminium than any other? China 4)An American and French scientist both patented the current process used to produce aluminium, what were there names? Hall and Héroult 5)Who is credited with having been first to produce metallic aluminium? Friedrich Wöhler
Q:Stripping old aircraft aluminum?
It depends on how old the paint is. If your panel was painted before the 1970's, then pretty much any chemical paint stripper will work. After the 70's, they started using epoxy based primers and paints and those are more resistant to chemical strippers. In any case, wear rubber gloves and breathing protection while using chemical paint strippers. They can burn your skin and create toxic fumes when in use.
Q:Is it safe to bake with aluminum foil?
Is Aluminum Foil Safe
Q:Copper chloride + H2O + Aluminum?
You're looking at a redox reaction. During this process, the copper ions in solution are reduced to form copper metal (visible as dust) and the aluminum metal is oxidized to form aluminum ions. This process is exothermic due to the relative electron affinities and the positions on the activity sequence such that copper has a greater affinity for electrons and is a stronger oxidizing agent. I think aluminum forms a 3+ ion and copper forms either a 1+ or a 2+ ion. Copper's molecular weight is 63g/mol and aluminums weight is 27 g/mol. You would see the weight decrease because aluminum weighs less than Copper and is replaced less frequently due to the higher charge when you figure out the ionics. Nothing was boiling.

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