Coated and Stucco Embossed Aluminium Coils for Refrigerator
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1.Structure of Coated and Stucco Embossed Aluminium Coils for Refrigerator
Our coated and stucco embossed aluminium coils are widely used in regrigerators, ice-boxes, cold storage, freezer, etc.
We normally use 3105, H44 as base coils. Specification of our stucco embossed and color coated aluminium coils: thickness 0.2-0.6mm, width less than 1600mm. As for coating, we normally use PVDF coating, PE coating, etc. We can adjust coating as per customers’ requirements.
Embossed aluminum sheets have many advantages. Embossing can not only increase thickness of aluminum, but also enhance strength and rigidity of aluminum coils. Embossed & coated aluminum coils look more beautiful and widely used in decorations.
2. Main Features of Coated and Stucco Embossed Aluminium Coils for Refrigerator
• Light Weight
• Good in strength and rigidity
• High Flatness
• Good Weathering
• Saving Energy
• Rust proof
3. Coated and Stucco Embossed Aluminium Coils for Refrigerator Images
4. Specification of Coated and Stucco Embossed Aluminium Coils for Refrigerator
COATING and COLOR
AS PER YOUR REQUIREMENTS
A．What about inspections to guarantee quality?
For each order, we will arrange strict inspection for raw materials, inspection during production and inspection for finished goods.
With requirement of customers, we also can arrange the third party inspection.
B．What about delivery?
We will put order in production schedule after order gets confirmed against copy of TT or L/C. Normally it takes about one month for production. Exact shipment schedule is different based on different sizes and quantity.
C．What is the MOQ?
5 tons for each size.
D. Where have you exported?
We have exported to many countries. Main markets include South East Asia, Middle East, North America, South America, etc.
Is Aluminium Foil Safe to Use?
It just seems like yesterday when I was a little girl and my mom would pack a parantha in a tea towel and send it with me to my school for lunch. I loved the way the lunch was packed which never spilled a drop of oil and never messed my school bag. The years saw a new trend approaching. The tea towels were replaced by Aluminum Foil, as it was believed to keep the food warm, fresh and avert any spillage. Of course, we as a kid loved it, not that it mattered to us but we could crush the aluminum foil into a ball after finishing our lunch and play recklessly at the break. Unfortunately playing with it was the only legitimate and safe use of Aluminum foil. Now when I look back I realize how limited was our knowledge. We were unaware as to how unsafe it is to wrap the food with aluminum foil especially when it is hot.
A study showed that increasing level of aluminum in our food and life leads to brain and bone damage. The scary truth about aluminum is that it is found in so many things in our world and it is toxic to our bodies, even in small amounts. From household products to vaccinations, aluminum pervades our lifestyle, and if not monitored closely, can easily make its way into our bodies causing lasting, harmful effects. The researchers found dangerously high levels of aluminum in foods after being cooked, reheated, and even cooked in aluminum foil. If food is cooked on high temperature wrapped in the aluminum foil the aluminum leaches into your food and then in turn in your body. The cause for alarm is that when aluminum accumulates in the body, it can lead to osteoporosis and Alzheimer's.
Now over the passage of years when I have become a mother myself I want to see my kid grow up safe in the healthy environment. Although I cannot eliminate aluminum out of our lives completely but I can determine how to avoid it to the maximum. Then the question arises are there any viable substitutes for aluminum? What is that we can do to protect our food from getting toxic? These are some of the practices if followed can make our food stay safe.
Never cook, heat up, or place hot food on aluminum foil. You can use tempered glass containers to do that or more economic would be to use food wrapping paper or parchment paper instead.
Avoid storing tomatoes, citrus fruits, or spices in foil. As mentioned above food wrapping paper keeps the wrapped food fresh and doesn't contaminate it.
Never use aluminum pots or cooking utensils. Instead, invest in stainless steel pots and pans. You can even use seasoned cast iron skillets or pots or even stoneware as a substitute to aluminum pans.
Banana leaves have been considered as the most healthy and natural way of storing, cooking and reheating food. If you can easily find it in your vicinity it can be the best substitute of aluminum foil.
While baking use of aluminum foil can be avoided if you line your baking sheet with parchment paper to bake your cookies or even roast your veggies and poultry.
If you need to cover your food while or after baking then again parchment paper is the answer, it doesn't let your food become dry and saves it from splashing all over the oven.
I can't undo my past but I know for sure that the future of my family lies in my hands. I can pretend to be ignorant or simply callous but ultimately the loss is mine. It's better we adopt healthy and safe food practices like eliminating the use of aluminum foil from our lives and embracing ways like use of banana leaves or food wrapping paper. Don't wait, start today!
- Q:How many 1220mm*2440mm aluminum sheets can one-ton aluminum coil be sliced to? Thank you.
- If it is 1.0mm thick, the coil can be sliced into 124 pieces. For other thickness, please use 124 divide the thickness.
- Q:Aluminum is a transition metal, woudn't the stock naming system apply to this formula?
- Aluminum oxide is best represented as Al2O3. Hope that helps.
- Yes, aluminum coils can be used in the production of electronic components. Aluminum is a commonly used material due to its lightweight, conductivity, and corrosion resistance properties. It is often used in electronic devices such as capacitors, inductors, and transformers.
- Q:I have been trying to make some thermite for a while now, and I haven't had much success. I have tried using iron oxide and that didn't work. then I tried using manganese dioxide, also without success. I'm pretty sure I have the right proportions for each of the corresponding oxides, but it just isn't working. I am using magnesium ribbon to light it.The aluminum I am using is the byproduct of me trying to cut a block of aluminum with a hacksaw (best way I have available to cut it) and there is a lot of aluminum powder that is being made. But i'm not sure if it is fine enough to be effective. I don't have an etch-a -sketch so that's not an option. I know that it has to be fairly fine grained, but how small do the particles need to be?FOR EVERYONE WHO IS GOING TO TRY AND TELL ME THAT MAKING THERMITE IS DANGEROUS OR SOMETHING ALONG THOSE LINES......DONT!!!!!!!!.......... IM NOT GOING TO LISTEN SO SAVE YOURSELF THE TYPING AND ME THE READING
- 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!
- Aluminum coils are processed for further fabrication through a series of steps to transform them into various products. The first step is typically uncoiling the coil to separate it into individual sheets or strips. This can be done manually or through an automated process. Next, the coils undergo a surface cleaning process to remove any dirt, oil, or other contaminants. This is important to ensure proper adhesion and surface finish in the subsequent fabrication steps. The cleaning process may involve chemical treatments, rinsing, or mechanical brushing. After cleaning, the coils are often subjected to a pre-treatment process, such as chemical conversion coating or anodizing. These treatments improve the surface properties of the aluminum, providing better corrosion resistance, enhanced adhesion for coatings, and improved paint adhesion. Once the pre-treatment is complete, the coils are ready for fabrication. This can involve various techniques such as cutting, bending, stamping, or roll forming. Cutting can be done through shearing, sawing, or laser cutting, depending on the required dimensions and accuracy. Bending and forming are commonly used to shape the aluminum coils into desired profiles or structures. This can be achieved through press brakes, roll forming machines, or specialized bending equipment. Stamping is another popular method of fabrication, where the coils are pressed into specific shapes using dies and punches. This technique is commonly used in the production of automotive parts, household appliances, and electronics. Once the desired fabrication is complete, the coils may undergo additional surface treatments or coatings to provide protection or enhance their appearance. This can include painting, powder coating, or applying protective films. In conclusion, aluminum coils are processed for further fabrication through a series of steps including uncoiling, surface cleaning, pre-treatment, cutting, bending, stamping, and surface treatments. These processes allow for the transformation of the coils into various products with the desired properties and characteristics.
- Yes, aluminum coils are suitable for lightweight panel applications due to their inherent lightweight nature and high strength-to-weight ratio. Additionally, aluminum coils offer excellent corrosion resistance, making them a reliable choice for various lightweight panel applications.
- Yes, aluminum coils can be used for automotive body panels. In fact, aluminum is a popular choice for car manufacturers due to its lightweight and corrosion-resistant properties, leading to improved fuel efficiency and longevity of the vehicle.
- Yes, aluminum coils can be used for electrical enclosures. Aluminum is a commonly used material for enclosures due to its excellent conductivity, lightweight nature, and resistance to corrosion. It provides good protection against electromagnetic interference and can effectively dissipate heat. Additionally, aluminum coils can be easily formed and fabricated into various shapes and sizes, making them suitable for electrical enclosures in different applications.
- Aluminum coils are used in the construction of railways for various purposes, primarily for the manufacturing of overhead lines and electrical conductors. Due to their high conductivity, lightweight nature, and corrosion resistance, aluminum coils are ideal for transmitting electrical power and ensuring efficient and reliable railway operations. These coils are also utilized in the production of railway carriages and components, providing strength and durability while reducing overall weight, which ultimately improves fuel efficiency and lowers operating costs. Overall, aluminum coils play a crucial role in enhancing the performance, safety, and sustainability of railway systems.
- Improved building aesthetics can be achieved through the use of aluminum coils in several ways. To begin with, sleek and modern exterior finishes can be created for buildings using aluminum coils. Various finishes, such as brushed, anodized, or painted, can be applied to the coils, providing a wide range of design possibilities. Architects and designers can thus achieve their desired aesthetic vision for the building with the help of this versatility in finishes. Furthermore, aluminum coils offer the advantage of being easily shaped and formed into different profiles, resulting in a unique and customized look for buildings. By bending, cutting, or perforating the coils, intricate patterns or architectural details can be created, enhancing the overall aesthetics of the structure. This flexibility in shaping allows for the creation of visually appealing designs that can make a building stand out. Moreover, aluminum coils possess the qualities of being lightweight yet durable, making them an ideal choice for cladding systems. Using aluminum coils as exterior cladding can give buildings a modern and clean appearance. The lightweight nature of the coils also makes installation easier and more cost-effective, ultimately contributing to improved building aesthetics. Additionally, the use of aluminum coils aligns with sustainable building practices and environmentally friendly designs. Aluminum is a highly recyclable material, and buildings that incorporate aluminum coils can be seen as more visually appealing due to their eco-friendly attributes. This reflects the values of the project and its occupants. In conclusion, aluminum coils contribute to improved building aesthetics through their wide range of finishes, their ability to be shaped and customized, their lightweight and durable nature for cladding, and their promotion of sustainable design practices.
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