Color Coating Aluminium Sheets All Colors with Good Quality

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

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1.       Specification of Color Coating Aluminium Sheets All Colors with Good Quality


AA1050 AA1060 AA1070 AA1100 ETC

AA3003 AA3004 AA3005 AA3104 AA3105 ETC

AA5005 AA5052 AA5083 AA5754 ETC

AA8011 AA8006 AA8079 ETC








2Mt - 3Mt




PE Protecting film


 GB/T 3880-2006


2.    Application of Color Coating Aluminium Sheets All Colors with Good Quality

(1).Interior: wall cladding, ceilings, bathrooms, kitchens and balconies, shutters, doors...

(2).Exterior: wall cladding, facades, roofing, canopies, tunnels,column covers , renovations...

(3).Advertisement: display platforms, signboards, fascia, shop fronts...


3.    Feature of Color Coating Aluminium Sheets All Colors with Good Quality

Surfact Quality :

 Be free from Oil Stain, Dent, Inclusion, Scratches, Stain, Oxide Dicoloration, Breaks, Corrosion, Roll Marks, Dirt Streaks and other defect which will interfere with use,


Mechenical Property:

Chemical Composite and Mechanical Property


4.    Certificate:

SGS and ROHS(if client request, paid by client), MTC(plant provided), Certificate of Origin(FORM A, FORM E, CO),  Bureau Veritas and SGS (if client request, paid by client), CIQS certificate


5.    Image of Color Coating Aluminium Sheets All Colors with Good Quality

 Color Coating Aluminium Sheets All Colors with Good Quality

Color Coating Aluminium Sheets All Colors with Good Quality

Color Coating Aluminium Sheets All Colors with Good Quality

6.    Package and shipping of Color Coating Aluminium Sheets All Colors with Good Quality

First, plastic cloth with drying agent inside; Second, Pearl Wool ; Third, wooden cases with dry agent , fumigation wooden pallets, aluminum surface could cover blue PVC film

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Q:How Strong is Aluminum?
How strong aluminum is, depends on the specific alloy of aluminum, whether it is the aluminum 1000 series, or the 3000 series, or the 6000 series, or other variants. The 6000 series is most common for structural purposes. Do a search on its yield strength and its ultimate tensile strength, to get an idea of how strong your particular variant is. The alloy Aluminum 6061-T6 has a yield strength of 35000 lb/in^2, and an ultimate tensile strength of 42000 lb/in^2. This is for the case of pure tension with a uniform load. The square inches refers to its cross sectional area. The ultimate strength occurs at the point where it will completely rupture. The yield strength occurs at the point, where it still supports the load, but ceases to be reversible after the load is removed. Pure aluminum metal is much weaker than its alloys. It has a yield strength of about 1500 psi, and an ultimate strength of 10000 psi. For structural purposes, you almost always want to stay below the yield strength. How stiff aluminum is, is common among all alloys, as 10000000 psi. That is to say 10 million pounds of tension on an aluminum member with a cross sectional area of 1 inch, would hypothetically cause an increase equal to 1 length, if it were still in-tact and linear-elastic at that amount of stress. It isn't. A more realistic case, would be that 10000 pounds of tension on this member, would cause an 0.1% increase in length. As for how light aluminum is per square inch, that depends upon how long your rod is. A 3 ft rod weighs 3 times as much per square inch as does a 1 ft rod. The weight of a material is measured PER UNIT VOLUME rather than per unit area. Unless you are talking about a standard thickness. Aluminum 6061 alloys have a density of 0.0975 pounds/cubic inch. Pure aluminum has a this density as well, as do most of its alloys.
Q:What does aluminum plate "H12" mean?
H12 indicates hardening of the work to the 1/4 state.Two digits (called hxx States), or three bit Arabia numbers (called hxxx States) are added to the letter H to indicate the subdivision status of the H.The first digits behind the H represent the basic handler for this state, as shown below:H1 - simply work hardening treatment status. The utility model is suitable for the condition that the required strength is obtained by the work hardening without the heating treatment. H2 - the state of work hardening and incomplete annealing. Apply to the work hardening degree exceeds the requirements of the finished products, after incomplete annealing, so that the strength to reduce the target products. For the alloy softening natural aging at room temperature, H2 and H3 corresponding to the minimum ultimate tensile strength of the same value; for other alloys, H2 and H1 corresponding to the minimum ultimate tensile strength of the same value, but the extension rate is slightly higher than h1. H3 - the state of work hardening and stabilization treatment.
Q:Any difference between aluminum and carbon arrows?
Considering a modern bow at 65 lbs with a carbon shaft arrow and decent broadhead will go clean through a deer, I wouldn't worry about trying to increase penetration, as it's just going to go further into the ground on the other side of the deer.
Q:aluminium machinery need your help?
Yes you can use a router on aluminium. Use some kind of a fence, a piece of angle iron or a block of hardwood. Use a new bit, an old dull one will cause you problems. Pre-drill smaller holes than the slot width at each end of the slot. Stay back away from the end of the slot about 1/32 of an inch. Make several passes, at a depth of about 1/16 of an inch, per pass. If you can, make the slot with a bit smaller than the finished slot width. Use a 3/16 bit for a 1/4 inch slot. Use a 5/16 bit for a 3/8 inch slot. This will give cleaner slot edges and allow you to accurately make the slot width that you want. You can do this dry, but a little WD-40 oil will give even cleaner slot edges. Also climb mill the last pass on each slot edge to give a better/ smother edge. Climb Milling is pushing the router backwards of the way you normally travel in wood. Ben
Q:What is in the aluminum in my 1991 Trek 2300?
You can NOT weld back an aluminum frame unless you have the facilities to anneal and heat treat the frame again. Rewelding without the post treatments will result in a very soft area around the new weld causing sudden catastrophic failure... this means if you are riding it could fail at any time causing injury or death. EDIT: Wait just a durn minute. The 2100 and 2300 had carbon fiber tubes bonded to aluminum lugs and stays. If your bike failed then you ABSOLUTELY should not try to weld it. The heat from welding (even if you had post treatment facilities) would destroy the bond between the CF and aluminum. Fair warning- cut the frame apart and throw it away.
Q:Why does deodorent have aluminum in it?
Well, I'm looking at my deodorant now, it looks like aluminum zirconium tetrachlorohydrex is the active ingredient, the actual anti perspirant part. This is probably why it is a bad idea to eat it.
Q:Why is aluminium not extracted from aluminium oxide?
Well, de facto because the heat of formation of aluminum oxide is so much greater than the heat of formation of iron oxide. If you're looking for something more mechanistic, find Al and Fe in the periodic table. Al and Fe are in different rows, and Fe is larger than Al, so although Al+3 and Fe+3 have the same charge, oxygen bonds less strongly to Fe+3 than to Al+3 because it's further away from the nucleus of Fe. Al+3 has no outer shell electrons at all; 3s, 3p, and 3d subshells are all empty. It's effectively a charged sphere with nothing to interfere with bonding. Fe+3 (as in hematite, Fe2O3) is larger, has filled 3s and 3p subshells, and a half-filled 3d subshell. That 3d electron density projects pretty far out into space, holding oxygen at arms length. Aluminum has no electron density in 3d orbitals, so oxygen can tuck in nice and tight and get a good grip. Any of these hit the mark? I don't know what background you're bringing to this question.
Q:Expansion--Aluminum and Steel?
Assume linear thermal expansion with constant expansion coefficient. The change of length is given by: ΔL = L₀·α·ΔT (L₀ initial length, α linear thermal expansion coefficient) The overall length of an object as function of temperature is: L= L₀ + ΔL = (1 + α·ΔT) · L₀ Consider the measurement at 21.2°C as reference: The aluminum column changes its length to L= (1 + α_aluminum · ΔT) · L₀ = (1 + 23×10-6 ^C°-1 · (35.4°C - 21.2°C) ) · 17.7m = 17.705m That would be the length measured with a steel tape at reference temperature of 21.2°C. Unfortunately the steel tape expands too. Because the scale increases with the expansion it measures too short. On the expanded tape you read the length L₀ while the actual length is L. Hence the measured length is: L₀ = L / (1 + α_steel · ΔT) = 17.705m / (1 + 11×10-6 ^C°-1 · (35.4°C - 21.2°C) ) = 17.003m
Q:Purchase an aluminum camper or a fiberglass camper?
Aluminum is lighter so it offers economies over the life of the trailer. The Airstream has been built almost as long as I've been around. It is true that the wood does rot And some care is needed to stop the occasional leak. Fiberglass is heaver and has it's own maintenance issues. I've no experience with the Wildwood. What I do know is that motor homes are dirt cheap right now. You might think about taking advantage of the economy and pick-up a motor home at a bargain.
Q:2mm aluminum welding with oxygen welding or argon arc welding good?
Before welding need cleaning with acetone wire and base metal surface oil and oxide layer, according to welding tungsten diameter, filler wire diameter selection of appropriate welding parameters (base current, peak current, pulse width, pulse duration, pulse frequency, duty ratio, etc.).Oxygen acetylene (or oxygen propane) flame welding, flame welding due to large heating area, directly lead to weld coarse grains, degree of weld oxidation is lower than that of AC TIG welding effect. The weld strength and mechanical properties are lower.

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