Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel

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Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated Shape: Square
Temper: O-H112 Application: Decorations

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1.    Structure of Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel Description

         Product: Aluminim coils

         Application:

 corrugated roofs, outer walls, ovens, electrically controlled cabinets.

 household appliances, transportation, base plate, color coating. 

industrial freezers in the residential and industrial buildings.

refrigerator backplane, gas stove, air conditioner, microwave, LCD border. 

         Advantage: Full production line with all kinds of coils supply

2.    Main Features of the Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel

         Our goods quality is top, the surface is smooth, and every steel coil 

         No Joint, No Bends, no spots, no roller marks.

         MTC will be provided with goods, third part inspection is acceptable, for example,  SGS, BV. Etc

3.    Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel Images

Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel

Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel

Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel

Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel


4.    Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel Specification

Alloy

  AA1050/1100/3003/3005/3105/5005/5052   etc

Thickness

0.03mm—4.0mm

Width

10mm—1600mm

Coating

PVDF, PE

Coatingthickness

 Usually16-25   micron, could be 33-40 micron

Color

 According   to Ral

Standard

 ASTM-B 209 GB/3008-2006

Usage/ApplicationsCoated Aluminum Coil/Sheet

Constructionand   decoration, electronic appliances, lighting decoration, air-condition   airpipe, sandwich panels and drainage, etc

 

5.FAQ of Coil Coating Aluminium Coils for Aluminum Composite Panel

We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely

    How about your company

A world class manufacturer & supplier of aluminum coil and alloy blanks. Aluminum production base is comprised of 18 aluminum annealers, 10 coil and foil mills, 4 continuous production lines, 2 hot rolling production line and 3 prepainted lines.

Export  5000 tons per month to Asia, America and Middle East. Always do the best for our clients.

Can you guarantee the quality of the products

We are responsible for the quality of materials to get a long-term cooperation with clients in a reasonable period of time and we are glad to arrange and coordinate any third party inspection for you.

What is the delivery time after purchase?

35 day after receiving client’s deposit or correct LC

 


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Q:What is the best electrode to stick weld aluminum?
Aluminum will oxidize quickly when it is heated in the air. You must have an inert gas around the weld when you are working it. A wire feed or T I G system is better than a stick machine. I suggest you do a lot of reading about aluminum and how to it is welded before you buy any tools. For small repairs that do not require much strength J B Weld will work.
Q:Impact strength of aluminium 2024 composite after cryogenic?
Aluminum 2024 doesn't have a transition temperature, it absorbs about 18n-m impact strength (via charpy tests I ran three weeks ago at my College course). This was constant between -150ºC to +150°C (liquid nitrogen to a furnace). This excerpt from wiki: Cutting tools In 1982 at the Oak Ridge National Laboratories, George Wei, Terry Tiegs, and Paul Becher discovered a composite of aluminium oxide and silicon carbide whiskers. This material proved to be exceptionally strong. Development of this laboratory-produced composite to a commercial product took only three years. In 1985, the first commercial cutting tools made from this alumina and silicon carbide whisker-reinforced composite were introduced by the Advanced Composite Materials Corporation (ACMC) and Greenleaf Corporation. Leads me to believe it depends on how you mix the material in would make a difference. Silicon Carbide and aluminum make very strong tools, but would make it more brittle. The ceramic in a metallic crystal lattice (metal is a crystalline structure) would allow more voids to coalesce leading to a brittle fracture, but the initial strength would be improved because of substitution dislocations in the crystal structure (it would be more rigid, stronger, but more prone to sudden failure). Silicon carbide has low thermal expansion coefficient compared to aluminum also so when it gets really cold the aluminum would contract around the particles increasing the strength, but again, reducing ductility and causing fractures to occur more rapidly. Anyways, very interesting, you should do a bit of research on your own after this as I gave you some good places to work from (and I'm sure plenty of words to look up ;D )
Q:Does anyone know anything about artistic painting on aluminum sheeting?
I've known a couple of people who do this, you might try a search on Floating Panel. You could try to search out things on an artist called Gary Hume, as I know that his earlier paintings, certainly the ones for which he's known, were executed on aluminium. From what I remember of people doing this (some one on my MA made paintings on aluminium) the trick is in the priming, it being a non-pours surface. You need to rough the ground considerably and prime quite thickly. You also need to baton on the back, this will allow you to attach to the wall without ruining the face of the support, and prevent the possibility of warping. What looks great is if you recess the batons from the edge of the support, so that when against the wall they cannot be seen, this gives the appearance of hovering, and shows the thinness of your support. Another reason you might not be getting too many hits on your searches is the spelling, while not incorrect you might find art suppliers using the English, rather than the American spelling; aluminium rather than aluminum. I know that sounds petty but it might make a difference. The only other thing I know, while finding it a great surface to work on, smooth, bright, the artist I know also found it very expensive.
Q:It is harmful for a budgie to take a bath in a aluminum pie tin?
Aluminum cookware/products that are in good condition aren't really a safety issue. That said, I'd be concerned about the birds chewing on the pie tin. Some of those tins can contain zinc which is very toxic to birds. I would suggest using something else just in case.
Q:Why the aluminum sheet crack after?
It is either because of wrong filling material for welding or bad welding quality. It doesn’t crack after welding, but cracks when the increasing tension in circling process exceeds the internal stress of the weld.
Q:What are cold rolling aluminum coil and hot rolling aluminum coil? What are their features?
If the rolling temperature is above the crystallization one, it is hot rolling, otherwise it is cold rolling.
Q:A project on Aluminum?
The bauxite is a sedimentary rock of chemical origin composed for the most part by alumina (Al2O3) and, in smaller measure, iron oxide and silica. It is the main aluminum source used by the industry. It is a residual taken place by the meteorización of the igneous rocks under conditions geomorfológicas and climatic favorable. Molecular formula: Na3AlF6 Synonym: Fluoroaluminato of sodium. Chemisorption of catechol on gibbsite, boehmite, and noncrystalline alumina... Alumina; Aluminium Oxyhydroxyde
Q:Should the aluminum roll be in the direction of the aluminum roll length or width?
Grade two subgrade width is 10.0m. When setting up the slow lane, the width of the new standard subgrade is 15m and 12m respectively, while the original standard is 17.0m, corresponding lane 14.0m.Provincial standard is 20m, but must be hard shoulder, the corresponding pavement width of 10.5m, 8.5m.The highway bridge, a special highway, using integrated superstructure, median and shoulder width of appropriate narrow, but should not be less than the minimum value of the corresponding standard 28m subgrade, bridge deck width is 26m.
Q:A certain ionic compound is made entirely of aluminum and oxygen.What is the formula for this compound?
Aluminium Oxide: Al2O3 The ions: Al3+ .............. O2- When they bond: It is ionic as it takes place by the transfer of electrons from Aluminium(metal) to Oxygen(Non-metal). Hence, the bond is: Al2O3, Aluminium Oxide or alumina.
Q:aluminum vs carbon fiber ?
CF is always more expensive - mostly because of production costs. Aluminum can be bent, machined, and extruded - all relatively cheap processes. CF has to be molded and typically requires a long cure time - so, slow and expensive. CF has higher strength to weight ratio - so if you're building an airplane or other thing where weight is critical... But, the strength thing is really complicated - how far does either deflect under a given load? And is deflection a good thing as in, say, a carbon fiber fly rod. At the deflection limit what happens? Aluminum takes a permanent bend, carbon fiber shatters. An aluminum car fender given a small bump will dent - a carbon fiber one will bounce back without a scratch. Given a larger bump the aluminum will dent more and the carbon fiber one will shatter. And while we're talking about bending - aluminum will 'cold work' - that is if you bend it back and forth and back and forth a zillion times first it becomes harder, then more brittle, then it breaks. Carbon fiber designs can be made to flex repetitively for much longer. Then there's heat issues. Aluminum can take a lot of heat. CF is actually 'composite construction' where some plastic (polyester resin, epoxy resin, etc) is required to bind the fibers together. All of these resins have different chractersitics when heated, but most of them have a Tg (temp at which they start to deform) of maybe 250 F or, for some hgih end epoxy resins, maybe 400 F - epoxy that can handle higher heat than that gets both expensive and difficult/dangerous to work with. So, carbon fiber leadin edges on the wing of an airplane that is designed to go supersonic might not be such a good idea. There's definitely no simple answer to this question.

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