Mill Finish 1mm Thick Aluminum Coil 5052 H14 for Marine Boats

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1000 Series
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Mill Finish
Door & Window,Decorations

1.    Specification of Mill Finish 1mm Thick Aluminum Coil 5052 H14 for Marine Boats



1) Super   peeling strength

1)   Building exterior curtain walls

2)   Excellent surface flatness and smoothness

2)   Decoration and renovation additions for old buildings

3)   Superior weather, corrosion, pollutant resistance

3)   Decoration of interior walls, ceilings, bathrooms, kitchens and balconies

4) Even   coating, various colors

4) Shop   door decorations

5)   Fireproof, excellent heat and sound insulation

5)   Advertisement board display platforms and signboards

6)   Superior impact resistance

6)   Wallboards and ceilings for tunnels

7)   Lightweight and easy to process

7)   Industrial materials, materials for vehicles and boats

 2.    Application of Mill Finish 1mm Thick Aluminum Coil 5052 H14 for Marine Boats

(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 Mill Finish 1mm Thick Aluminum Coil 5052 H14 for Marine Boats

*Such coil is specially designed to replace aluminum ingot, due to the high export tax of aluminum ingot, the coil has better price than ingot.

*This type of coil can fit customer's remelting furnace just like ingot, no need to make any change to the production line that was previously used for ingot. The standard coil size and weight is very suitable for the feed gate of furnace.

*This type of coil causes less material wastage than ingot when remelted.

*Our coil is made directly from ore, no need to go though the ingot making process, quality is much better than other suppliers who use ingot scrap to make coil.

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


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 Mill Finish 1mm Thick Aluminum Coil 5052 H14 for Marine Boats

Mill Finish 1mm Thick Aluminum Coil 5052 H14 for Marine Boats

Mill Finish 1mm Thick Aluminum Coil 5052 H14 for Marine Boats

Mill Finish 1mm Thick Aluminum Coil 5052 H14 for Marine Boats

6.    Package and shipping of Mill Finish 1mm Thick Aluminum Coil 5052 H14 for Marine Boats

eye to wall

eye to the wall

with wood pallet  (wooded case also available)


7.    FAQ

1) What is the delivery time?

Dpends on actual order, around 20 to 35 days

2)What is the QC system:

We have QC staff of 20 persons and advanced equipment, each production is with MTC traced from Aluminum ingot lot.

3) What market do you mainly sell to?

Australia, America, Asia, Middle East, Western Europe, Africa etc

Q:I want to paint my cars rims and grill metallic pink. But supposedly paint doesn't stick well to aluminum. What can I do to make it stick better and not chip?
Rustoleum. Read the directions.
Aluminum coil rolling is the process used to manufacture aluminum coils, which come in various sizes and thicknesses. To begin, aluminum smelting extracts and refines raw aluminum ore into aluminum ingots. These ingots are then heated to a specific temperature, making them malleable for the rolling process. Next, the heated aluminum ingots undergo hot rolling. They are passed through a series of rolling mills that gradually reduce their thickness and increase their length. Multiple rollers are used to achieve the desired thickness and shape, improving the mechanical properties and surface finish of the aluminum. After hot rolling, the aluminum coils go through cold rolling. This further reduces their thickness using cold rolling mills. Cold rolling enhances the dimensional accuracy, surface finish, and mechanical properties of the aluminum, while also increasing its strength and hardness. Once the desired thickness is achieved, the aluminum coils may undergo additional processes like annealing or tempering. Annealing involves heating the coils and slowly cooling them to relieve internal stresses and improve their ductility. Tempering, on the other hand, requires reheating the coils to a specific temperature before rapidly cooling them to enhance their strength and hardness. After these processes, the aluminum coils undergo quality control inspections. They are checked for defects, such as surface imperfections or thickness variations, and any necessary corrections are made. Finally, the aluminum coils are cut into smaller sizes and packaged for distribution to various industries. These coils are used in the manufacturing of automobiles, appliances, construction materials, and packaging. In summary, the manufacturing process of aluminum coils involves smelting, hot rolling, cold rolling, annealing, tempering, and quality control checks. These steps ensure that the aluminum coils meet the required specifications in terms of thickness, strength, and surface finish.
Q:How to measure the thickness of aluminum coil at real time? In what areas can the sensor be used?
It can be used in non-contact measurement of displacement, three-dimensional size, thickness, object deformation and vibration.
Yes, there are specific certifications and qualifications required for aluminum coil suppliers. These may include ISO certifications, quality management systems, and adherence to industry standards such as ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) or EN (European Norm) specifications. Additionally, suppliers may be required to meet certain regulatory requirements, such as those related to environmental sustainability or occupational health and safety.
In terms of longevity, aluminum coils generally have a longer lifespan compared to galvanized steel coils. Aluminum is naturally resistant to corrosion, which means it is less likely to rust or deteriorate over time. This makes aluminum coils a popular choice for outdoor applications, such as in roofing, siding, and HVAC systems, as they can withstand harsh weather conditions without losing their structural integrity. On the other hand, galvanized steel coils are steel coils that have been coated with a layer of zinc to protect against corrosion. While this zinc coating provides some level of protection, it can wear off over time, particularly in areas with high humidity or exposure to saltwater. Once the zinc coating is compromised, the steel underneath becomes susceptible to rust and corrosion, which can significantly reduce the lifespan of galvanized steel coils. Therefore, if longevity is a primary concern, aluminum coils are generally a more durable and long-lasting option compared to galvanized steel coils. However, it is important to consider other factors such as cost, specific application requirements, and maintenance needs before making a final decision.
To achieve specific surface coatings on aluminum coils, a series of steps are undertaken. These steps encompass cleaning, pre-treatment, coating application, and curing. Initially, the aluminum coils are subjected to a thorough cleaning process to eliminate any dirt, grease, or contaminants that may impede the coating's adhesion. This typically involves utilizing chemical cleaning agents, rinsing, and sometimes mechanical techniques. Following the cleaning stage, the coils undergo a pre-treatment process, which readies the aluminum surface for optimal coating adhesion. Depending on the specific coating requirements, this pre-treatment may involve chemical etching, conversion coating, or a combination of both. Chemical etching creates a rough surface that enhances the bond between the aluminum and the coating, while conversion coating forms a thin layer that enhances corrosion resistance and adhesion. Upon completion of the pre-treatment, the desired surface coating is applied to the aluminum coils. This can be accomplished using various methods such as coil coating, spray coating, or electrostatic coating. Coil coating is a prevalent technique in which the coil is continuously fed through a coating line, ensuring the even and precise application of the coating material onto the surface. Following the coating application, the aluminum coils undergo a curing process to ensure proper adhesion and hardening of the coating. Curing can be achieved through heat, whereby the coated coils are passed through an oven or furnace at a specific temperature and duration to facilitate cross-linking and curing of the coating material. Alternatively, certain coatings may necessitate UV curing, wherein the coated coils are exposed to ultraviolet light to achieve the desired curing process. In summary, the process of processing aluminum coils for specific surface coatings involves cleaning, pre-treatment, coating application, and curing. This comprehensive approach guarantees that the coils are adequately prepared and coated to meet the desired surface properties and performance requirements.
The minimum width of aluminum coils can vary depending on the specific requirements and manufacturing capabilities, but it is typically around 0.5 inches or 12.7 millimeters.
Yes, aluminum coils are compatible with different welding methods such as MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding, TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding, and even resistance spot welding. These methods can be used to join aluminum coils effectively and efficiently.
Aluminum coils are tested for quality through various methods including visual inspections, thickness measurements, surface roughness analysis, and mechanical testing such as tensile strength and elongation tests. Additionally, other quality control measures such as chemical composition analysis, corrosion resistance testing, and adherence to specific industry standards are also carried out to ensure the overall quality of aluminum coils.
Yes, aluminum coils can be used in food processing equipment. Aluminum is a widely used material in the food industry due to its excellent heat conductivity, corrosion resistance, and lightweight properties. It is commonly used in food processing equipment such as refrigerators, ovens, and heat exchangers.

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