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Structure of Aluminium S-Profile for Industrial Applications:
Coated aluminum coil/sheet are of a wide range of colors, which gives wonderful appearance no matter in residential and commercial constructions of great exhibition centers.
The coated aluminum coil/sheet have been widely used in the fields of construction and decoration( garage doors, ceiling etc.), electronic appliances, lighting decoration, air-condition air pipes, sandwich panels and drainages etc.
Main Features of the Aluminium S-Profile for Industrial Applications:
1) High flexibility
2) Impact resistance
3) Excellent weather-proof durability
5) High erosion resist
Images of the Aluminium S-Profile for Industrial Applications:
Aluminium S-Profile for Industrial Applications Specification:
From 0.024mm to 1.2mm
2.5 T/coil,3.0 T/coil
PE, PVDF, AC
Embossed, mill finish, coated
AS to code RAL
PE: more than 18 micron
PVDF: more than 25 micron
More than 2h
No peeling or cracking(50 kg/cm,ASTMD-2794:1993)
More than 100
a.What is monthly capacity
---CNBM is one stated own company and our monthly capacity is about 2000tons.
b. Now which countries do you export your goods?
---Now we export to South East Asia,Africa, North America,South America ect.
- Q:Can you make a Tank out of aluminium armor?
- An aluminum tank hmmm? Great idea - for the enemy. Have you ever seen aluminum burn when it gets really hot Like if it is hit by a cannon shell or a grenade. Heavy enough high grade aluminum 6016 or so, could stop rifle shots but that's about hit.
- Q:What compounds can be created using the element aluminum?
- Aluminum acetate, borate, borohydride, bromide, carbide, chloride, chlorohydrate, floride, fluorosilicate, hydride, hydroxide, iodide, nitrate, oxide, phosphate, sulfide lithium aluminium hydride I'm sure there are more. Threre are thousands of Aluminum alloys. Most metals considered to be aluminum are actually aluminum alloys.
- Q:TIG aluminum welding frequency range?
- The High Frequency used in aluminum is for the starting and stabilizing of the ac wave. All the h/f will do is allow you to start the arc without touching the tungsten to the work and stabilize the arc itself. The h/f does not pertain to the alternating current frequency (50 - 60 Hz). The ac current does the cleaning of the aluminum to some degree (not eliminating proper prep and cleaning before weld). You could buy a high freq add on unit that could help, check with your local welding supplier or look it up on line. Edit -- Here's a thought go to some of the welding power supply websites and find a manual on a tig machine and see if they have a schematic on the high freq. hidden within the service manual. You could then get an idea of how they did it.
- Q:why does hf acid sometimes turn aluminum black?
- Aluminum will oxidize. Not like steel though, that forms the red orange rust (iron oxide) that will eventually eat through thin steel. When aluminum oxidizes, it leaves a thin cloudy film on the surface. That's why nice new shiny diamond plate gets dull after being exposed for some time. It can be removed by some chemicals, apparently your hf acid. When the acid breaks down the cloudy oxidize layer, it may turn into a black residue. You'll be left with a clean aluminum surface that will, over time, oxidize and get that cloudy film again. It could also be waste compound of your hf acid etching the surface. Check to see whether the acid you're using will etch or clean an aluminum surface.
- Q:how to weld aluminum with fluxcore?
- They make aluminum welding sticks with flux that work with DC welders.
- Q:Will the surface of aluminum contact water if the aluminum coil falls into water?
- Q:How much does Pure Aluminum weight, and what is its density or durability?
- 2.7 grams per cubic centimeter at room temperature it's a 2.75 on the Moh's hardness scale. There is a ton of info on Aluminum available on wikipedia.
- Q:who invented aluminum and or aluminum foil?
- Scientists suspected that an unknown metal existed in alum as early as 1787, but they did not have a way to extract it until 1825. Hans Christian Oersted, a Danish chemist, was the first to produce tiny amounts of aluminum. During that time, the method to extract aluminum was so costly that aluminum once was considered more precious than gold. The plant, owned by J.G. Neher Sons (aluminum manufacturers) started in 1886 in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, at the foot of the Rhine Falls - capturing the falls’ energy to produce aluminum. Neher's sons together with Dr. Lauber discovered the endless rolling process and the use of aluminum foil as a protective barrier. From there began the wide use of aluminum foil in the packaging of chocolate bars and tobacco products. Processes evolved over time to include the use of print, color, lacquer, laminate and the embossing of the aluminum. Although the technology to extract aluminum improved greatly, it still is a energy extensive process. If you, as a chemist can figure out a way to reduce the amount of energy needed to extract aluminum even by 1%, your method can make you a millionaire overnight. There is a thought to motivate you to study Chem. =)
- Q:Stripping old aircraft aluminum?
- Go to an automotive paint store like Sherwin Williams Auto Paints, buy a stripper for the type of paint on the aluminum. Many are epoxy or special acrylics like acry glo or jet glo paints and home paint strippers usually won't phase those paints. A methylene chloride mixed with a soap or wax carrier will work but is a hazmat item and has to be disposed of properly but it won't be corrosive to the aluminum. Dupont, Sherwin Williams, and others make the proper strippers. You might even find some at an RV or Boat supply.
- Q:Why does the heat preservation aluminum roll bend when it is cooled?
- In recent years, because the iron sheet in the heat preservation industry does not have rust prevention effect, so now in the domestic aluminum sheet has fully replace iron sheet.
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