Color Coated Aluminium Roll For Soar Battery Frame

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5 m.t.
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Grade: 7000 Series,6000 Series,5000 Series,4000 Series,3000 Series,2000 Series,1000 Series Surface Treatment: Embossed,Anodized,Holographic Impression,Composited,Printed,Brushed,Enameled Wire,Oxidized,Color Coated,Mill Finish,Polished,Coated,Powder Coating,Sand Blasted Shape: Hexagonal,Oval,Rectangular,Flat,Round,Square,Angle,T-Profile
Temper: Hard,Half Hard,Soft,T351-T851,T351-T651,O-H112,T3-T8 Application: Heat Sink,Transportation Tools,Glass Wall,Food,Kitchen Use,Pharmaceutical,Seal & Closure,Insulation Material,Label & Tag,Door & Window,Decorations,Liner & Wad

Product Description:

Color Coated Aluminium Roll For Solar Battery Frame

Specifications

Grade

1050,1060,1070, 1100, 1200, 2024,3003,   3004,3005, 3105, 5005,5052 5182,5754,8011 etc

Thickness

0.1~1.5mm

Width

100~2500mm

Surface Treatment

PVDF and PE coated

Temper

O-H112

Hardness

More than 2H

Yield(≥MPa)

160

Ultimate Strength(≥MPa)

175

Elongation(≥%)

6

Packing Material

Moisture-proof agent, steel tape bundle,   wooden pallet, brown paper

Method

Vertical(eye to sky) or horizontal(eye to   wall)

Standard Specification

1000mm×C, 1200mm×C, etc

Shipping

Container Loading or Bulk Pack


 

Application

1) Construction material further processing

2) Solar cell frame, solar battery frame

3) Glass curtain wall frame

4) Interior decoration

5) Elevator decoration

6) Signs, nameplate, bags making.

7) Automobile parts material

8) Office and Household appliances: HVAC equipments

9) The consumer electronics: mobile phones, digital cameras, MP3 .etc.

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Coating varieties

Polyester Coatings (PE)

PE (polyester) coatings exhibit an excellent combination of hardness, flexibility, flow, appearance, and superior resistance to dirt retention in indoor and outdoor applications. These coatings are highly resistant to abrasion, metal marking, staining, and marring, and require minimal maintenance. Glazetech uses polyester paints which provide excellent colour and gloss retention properties.

Polyvinylidene Fluoride Coatings (PVDF)

PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is a chemical resistant thick film barrier coating commonly used in architectural applications where both excellent appearance and substrate protection must be maintained over a long period of time. This coating is unaffected by most chemicals and solvents and has excellent wear and abrasion resistance. PVDF also has a high dielectric strength, excellent resistance to weathering and the ability to self extinguish.


FAQ

--Q: Do you provide free samples?

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

 

--Q: Can I get your latest products catalogue?

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

 

--Q: What is the MOQ?

--A: 2 tons

 

--Q: What are your payment terms?

--A: We accept L/C, T/T.

 

--Q: What kinds of alloy can you supply?

--A: 1000 series: 1050, 1060, 1070, 1100, 1145, 1200

    3000 series: 3003, 3004, 3105, 3104

    5000 series: 5052, 5083, 5754, 5182

    6000 series: 6061, 6063, 6062, 6063

    8000 series: 8011, 8021

 

--Q: What’s the coating of top side?

--A: PVDF and PE coating

 

--Q: What kinds of temper can you supply?

--A: O-H112: O,H12,H14,H16,H18,H22,H24,H26,H,32,H34,H111,H112, T3, T4, T6




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Q:steel or aluminum?
aluminum costs more to produce, but has some very good proprieties, you will likely see steel and aluminum way into the future in about the same ratios as today
Q:Can an aluminum and Fluoride bond be created by boiling fluoridated water in aluminum cookware?
i would say yes because ions are released from most things when heated
Q:Guangdong where there are professional to do around the paper corner, is packing steel coil, aluminium coil that protect the edge of the both ends of the cylinder. Just the kind of picture.
Guangdong Province, professional Foshan recommended edgeboard around Foshan Ansheng packaging. They are very professional in their circle, L shaped, and curved corners.
Q:Why do we recycle aluminum cans?
Melting recycled aluminum only uses 5% of the energy that is required to produce aluminum from ore. So basically, recycling it saves energy.
Q:What kind of sensor is appropriate for aluminum coil thickness measurement?
You can use laser sensor.
Q:Aluminum foil ice cooler insulation, inside or outside?
Aluminum foil has zero R factor (insulation factor). However, if it put on the outside of a cooler it will reflect the sun rays away from the cooler, and make it easier for your cooler to keep things cool. Gel packs are slightly better than extra ice (depending on the amount/concentration of glycol alcohol in them) -- gel packs are popular because they are self contained and not as wet and messy as melted ice. Edit: Well, indoors the aluminum would not be a complete waist. Heat waves from inside the house would still bounce off the aluminum. But the other answerer mentioned a very good way to further insulate your cooler. Just attach (tape or glue) stryrofoam sheets to the outside of your cooler == that would be a big time improvement.
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:Oakley Aluminum Sunglasses?
MTN okorder.com
Q:Does burning aluminum in a fire hurt the environment / ground near by?
Aluminum is very reactive in air and will form a layer of aluminum oxide around the outside of any piece. This oxide layer is very stable which is why aluminum doesn't corrode. Since your block of aluminum will be totally oxidized being in a fire, it's inert and just going to sit in the hole for the foreseeable future. The burning paint might not be healthy to breath but that's about the only hazard. Most common soil is a mixture of aluminum, carbon and silica compounds anyways so you aren't even adding anything particularly exotic. Alternatively, you could bring along a couple fifths of whiskey. It's lighter and has less packaging so it's the environmentally friendly way to get drunk.
Q:Best place to order 25 micron diameter aluminum wire?
If they can't help, try asking the tech support guys at the wirebond manufacturers and the tool manufacturers. KS in the US and Shinkawa in Japan used to be the big guys. You can search for ultrasonic bond tools. You can also check with superconducting research centers; several private and public ones. Researchers might loan you materials and/or bonding support. BTW, Al critical temp is reportedly about 1.2°K, pretty tough to get that cold! U/S bond wire has 1% silicon, partly for hardness, you can probably bond pure wire though. Key is breaking up the oxide. Maybe bonding at cold temps and/or in vacuum would work. Also, I doubt epoxy would be good or superconducting at the temps. Al filled epoxy is unreliable electrical conductor due to oxide formation. Will be a bear to handle such fine wires without a bonder! Good luck!

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