D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material

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Grade: 3000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish Shape: Flat
Temper: Half Hard Application: Decorations

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1.Structure of D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material Description

D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material widly used in decoration field. For the painting, it depends on the using evironment.  If you use in the open air, we recommend the PVDF coated aluminium coils. This kind of painting can last 15-20 years.  If you use in the room, we recommend PE coated aluminium coils. The price is much more competitive.

Direct Continuous Aluminium Foil Stock in Coil is one semi-finished aluminium material. This strip can be rolled down to aluminium foil.The final thickess can be 5-20 microns.  Aluminium foil is soft, ductile and with a silver-white luster which can be widely used in a large scare of fields.

2.Main Features of D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material

a.Competitive price---We have our own mills and can produce mill finished aluminium coils, so we can control the production cost better.

b.Professional after-sale service---We have more than 15 years exportation experience and you need not worry about the exporation problems.

c.Fast delivery time---We can control the delivery time within 35 days.

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D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material

D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material

D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material

4.D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material Specification

Alloy

AA3105

Temper

H14, H16, H18, H22, H24, H26, H32, O/F

Thickness

0.2mm -- 100mm

Width

30mm -- 1700mm

Standard

GB/T 3880-2006,EN

5. FAQ of D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material

A.How to guarantee the quality?

Customers are welcome to our mill to visit and check the products. Besides, we can arrange a third party to test D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material.

B.When will you deliver the products?

D.C AA3105 Aluminum Coils used as Building Material will be delivered within 35 days after receiving advanced payment or original L/C.

 

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Q:Anti-Perspirant without Aluminum?
i heard wal-mart carries Almay. never tried, and don't know if it's really aluminum free, but never hurts to look around next time you're there. also, here is link to a forum, i think you may find it helpful. good luck.
Q:Are Parakeets allergic to aluminum?
a metal pie pan is fine, i use one too i just put it in the bottom of the cage, but i must say they enjoy getting sprayed loads more.
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:Aluminum rolls fall into the water.
Do you want to ask if the water has seeped into the crevice?If you get it soon, there should be no problem. No, you can just sun it and see if there's any water coming out of it
Q:Why did copper become more expensive than aluminum?
aluminum is probably being replaced with plastic and composite materials in such things as airplane bodies and equipment housing. copper's main use is in wiring, and there is no replacement for it (yet)
Q:Is it a good idea putting Aluminum foil on my windows?
looks really tacky from the outside
Q:How much is the rust-proof and thermal insulation aluminum coil?
3003 alumal alloy is the best and common rust-proof and thermal insulation aluminum coil. The price depends on the thickness and width you need.
Q:Aluminum coil area, with aluminum sheet area, how is not the same?
Direct measurement length and width calculation area of aluminium plate;The aluminum coil can measure the volume of the aluminum coil and then calculate the area by dividing the thickness. You can also measure the mean diameter, calculate the perimeter, multiply the number of laps, the width, and calculate the area.
Q:how to make safeway and diamond aluminum foil?
I'd okorder.com/... and they have some things on sheet as well. Something that neither covers is the lamination process, wherein the aluminum foil is coated with an organic layer (a really thin layer of plastic) to keep the metallic taste out of the food that it contacts. I believe that different companies have different ways of applying the coatings, but I'd bet they're all some variant of dip, brush, or spray followed by a heat cure. Good luck on your project!
Q:What would life be like without aluminum?
LOL. I can remember what HOME life was like before aluminum. We had tin cans -- that's why they're called tin cans to this day. But soda didn't come in plastic bottles. They were glass! We had waxed paper for wrapping things. We had no tv antennas to worry about, mainly because there wasn't much tv then. I truly don't know what material they used to build airplanes, but there WERE airplanes. It's funny to look back at it now. It gives you a great respect for the human's adaptability. We did what we had to do when we had to do it, I suppose.

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