Structure of Aluminium Tube for Air Conditionary Application Description:
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 theAluminium Tube for Air Conditionary Application:
1) High flexibility
2) Impact resistance
3) Excellent weather-proof durability
5) High erosion resist
Images of the Aluminium Tube for Air Conditionary Application:
Aluminium Tube for Air Conditionary Application 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:Report on Copper; atoms it combines with ?
- Copper forms compounds with Cl, Br, F, and with compounds that behave like halides, such as CN. It also forms compounds with O and S (including compounds with S that also contain Fe). Cu(I) -not Cu(II) forms compounds with C. Cu also can bond with H, as a hydride. Cu(II) can react with NO3-. Copper also is found in some silicate minerals. It forms alloys with Zn (brass) and Sn (bronze) Because of its properties as an electrical conductor, copper is used extensively as an electrical conductor - classical electrical wiring, old phone lines, electrical switches. It is a very good conductor of heat, so many pots and pans have copper cladding. Copper resists many kind of common corrosion, so it is used in corrosion-resistant piping, including lots of in-home plumbing (less so today with plastics). Many insects and algae are highly sensitive to Cu,so it is used in insecticides and related compounds. As stated above, it is an essential component of both bronze and brass. Mark L. Edit: Something I don't get on the Geology board is people who just vote thumbs-down without any offer of alternative information or comment on errors. Very puzzling. I'd be very pleased to learn what is incorrect in the answer above, as - for better or worse - I understand it all to be correct. Thanks in advance. ML
- Q:What are the advantages of tinned wire, copper wire and tin free copper wire?
- Compared with tin free copper wire, tin plated wire has the advantage that it is difficult to oxidize and help to solder. Tin plated copper wire has good corrosion resistance.
- Q:zinc-copper battery question?
- Because zinc is a more active metal than copper. Being more active, it is more likely to be oxidized (lose electrons). The copper ions at the other terminal are more likely to be reduced to copper metal (and when they do, they gain electrons).
- Q:What household product can clean copper?
- I looove baking soda. i take advantage of it for each little thing. I sprinkle some over my carpet previously vacuuming to get any odors or puppy hair out. I sprinkle some in the clutter field. I save an open field in the freezer, the refrigerator, and all the closets to do away with odors. And after a pair months i take advantage of those packing containers to pour down the drain whilst working warm water. Deodorizes the rubbish disposals and is great for unclogging drains. I poor some in the backside of the rubbish cans so there are not any odors and that i poor some into the ash trays exterior. I additionally make a baking soda and water paste and scrub the showering room genuine to backside it works superbly. I additionally love vinegar. i take advantage of that for my linoleum flooring. I combination a million area vinegar with 4 areas water and my flooring sparkle magnificently. I additionally placed a million cup vinegar and something water in my coffee maker and run it to bathe that out. I additionally elect to cover dryer sheets under the settee cushions, under the beds, in the vents, in any little place that may not have the capacity to be seen to be sure my domicile constantly smells clean. additionally i like to maintain one or 2 used dryer sheets around to apply for dusting or to do away with static in clothing on those windy days. And so some distance as lamp colorations circulate i like to blow dry them on chilly to do away with any airborne dirt and dirt debris.
- Q:copper is widely used for water pipes.?
- lead gets into the water, copper wont rust, i am not sure about zinc or iron but cost and workability may factor in.
- Q:why is copper a good conductor?
- bassicaly the way the atoms are structured on the inside allows a charge to pass fairly easily as it can move the electrons effectivly the reason rubber doesnt conduct is because the atoms are set in a way that it cant pass through.
- Q:Where can Beijing sell copper pipe 100?
- Looking for a construction site or a waste factory building, the old cables are all inside. Or secretly unloading people's air-conditioned indoor and outdoor connection tube becomes
- Q:how to produce copper sulphate?
- A source of copper carbonate is obtained, such as by the treatment of a spent alkaline etchant solution with an acid, such as H2 SO4. The resulting copper carbonate slurry is dried and put into a reactor. The exact amount of water to form CuSO4 . 5H2 O is added to the reactor and then sulfuric acid is slowly added with agitation until the correct amount of H2 SO4 is added to make CuSO4 . 5H2 O. The mixture is agitated while cooling and the resulting crystals are small and the yield is almost theoretical with no mother liquor remaining.
- Q:How was copper smelted during the Copper Age?
- To my knowledge there was never a Copper Age. You go Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age. Bronze is an amalgam of copper with a small amount of tin. The period runs from about 2,000 B.C. to about 700 B.C. The basic production is to make a mould of the item you want from clay. First you make the desired item from wax. Then you enclose the wax in clay, leaving a hole in the top. Heating the copper/tin mix in a crucible until it melts then pour what is now bronze into the hole in the mould. The bronze melts the wax and replaces it, (the lost wax technique). At the early stages of mining, men used deer antler picks to dig narrow tunnels in ore bearing rock. Copper stains the surrounding rocks green, so a seam of copper is relatively easy to spot. Copper and tin do not usually occur together, so bronze seems to suggest a trade system. Britain, and especially Cornwall were known in antiquity by the Phoenicians as the Tin Isles.
- Q:How can you measure 0.01 beaten copper wires only under the universal watch?
- Note: because the scale of the multimeter ohm range from 0 to 1 in Europe only 1 case (0 to 10 ohm range is 1 grid 1 in Europe, and uneven scale), hundreds of times to only the original value of resistance to be measured by the multimeter measuring and reading can barely draw.
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