NEW COATED ALUMINIUM COIL- 1XXX

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1 Specifications of PE Coated Aluminum Coil/Sheet


Alloy

AA1050,AA1060, AA1070, AA1100, AA3003, AA3004, AA3005, AA3105, AA5005, AA5052, AA5754, AA5083, AA8011

Temper:

H12, H14, H16, H18, H22, H24, H26, H32,HO, F

Thickness:

0.10-4.0mm

Width:

10mm- 2000mm

Coating

PE(Polyester)

Painting Thickness

Standard 16-25 microns, max 40 microns

Color

Acording to Ral colors or customer’s samples

Standard:

GB/T17748-1999, ASTM, ISO, EU standard

Special Specification is available on customer’s requirement

Paint Material:PPGI,BECKER, NIPPON.

PE(polyester) Coating

PVDF


2 Usage/Applications of PE Coated Aluminum Coil/Sheet

Our company's PE Coated Aluminum Coil/Sheet have been widely used in the fields of construction and decoration(garage doors, ceiling etc.), electronic appliances, lighting decoration, air-condition air pipe, sanwich panels and drainage, etc.



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Q:Why is the aluminum roll upset?
Mainly in the aluminum slitting process, for various reasons, does not meet the standards and specifications of products, can be used to roll the machine from the new trimming and slitting, winding up to meet customer needs of product specifications
Q:What is best way to repair aluminum wire outlets?
First find out the Electrical Codes for your city or area. Some don't allow aluminum and you have to have it up to code. Give a call to your city building permit departing and just ask how to find out about the electrical codes for the city first and see if you can recover them, replace them or have an electrician do the work. Tell them you have a friend who is calling about buying a house that has aluminum wire outlets and don't give any information. Building codes may be listed on a town or county's web site or read up on it. Once you know what's allowed, you can decide what to do about it. remember, always be very careful with electricity.
Q:Aluminum Frame M1911 question...?
I have two concerns about using an aluminum frame for that caliber. First, and like everyone else who answered, I don't think it will stand up to the .38 Super +P for very long (and I wouldn't want to be around when it fails). Second, the reason I believe the frame will not last nearly as long as a steel or stainless (my personal suggestion) frame is that the grooves the slide fits and rides in will wear and enlarge MUCH faster than a steel or stainless frame will. This will, in my opinion, also quickly have an adverse affect on accuracy. Aluminum has it's place, but I don't think it's anywhere near this kind of firearm. On a side note, one of the other people who answered said that the aluminum will offer some corrosion resistance. This may generally be true, but salt water (like sweat) attacks aluminum significantly faster than it does steel, and stainless steel is almost non-reactive to it. If he wants a lighter gun for carry, Try an XD45. If I remember right they are rated for .45 +P, but call Springfield Armory to make sure. With the polymer frame they are much lighter than a 1911, and I have been very satisfied with the accuracy and the reliability of mine. Personally, I don't think the weight savings of the alloy frame is worth the extra care to keep from sweating on it or the much shorter lifespan the gun will likely have. If he isn't planning on carrying it, what is the point of lightening the gun? He'll feel a lot more recoil, especially if he does shoot the +P ammo.
Q:Aluminum vs Carbon Fiber?
CF tends to be more expensive than aluminum, but has some radar reflective (actually absorption) properties. CF has has good tensile strength but is not as flexible as aluminum...tends to crack under strain more than aluminum.
Q:Is anodized aluminum rust-proof?
Aluminum would be an ideal material stainless steel a better one, aluminum does not rust it deteriorates to electrolite when in contact with salt water and a magnetic or ferrus metal. Therefore as long as your boat is fitted with salt water anodes it should create no problems if not it will deteriorate rapidly in salt water. All powered salt water craft/vessels carry anodes ie there is an anode fitted to the aluminum drive leg of an outboard or Z drive if intended for salt water use, On larger ships the anodes are normally fixed to the rudder blade so equip your platform the same. Zink anodes are cheap and available at every salt water chandlers. You should also use non ferrus bolts and screws to screw your construction together with, or to fix it to the hull, or better make a set of jigs to suit shape size and then get it TIG welded never mix ferrus and non ferrus metals in the presence of salt water without a zink anode, the damage is rapid and attacks the structure of the non ferrus metal creating an electric field and destroying the weakest current catalyst ie the aluminum itself. The non ferrus metals that in general maritime use that are are not so much effected by salt water are phosphor bronze, brass,and copper.Non of these would be suitable for making your platform, therefore aluminum. If weight is not a problem though i would recommend a middle grade stainless steel such as se 80 or around that grade, And again it would be better to be TIG welded than bolted together, bolts are subject to movement (especially at sea) and therefore hole enlargement. As are safety standard pop rivets.
Q:Can aluminum can lids be recycled?
Yes. Aluminium can be recycled. (watch the TV ad, UK) No. You would need tons of the stuff ( a tonne of copper is only around £1000) They are usually colleced for charity. And they save up all the 2 litre bottles full! Feel the weight, aluminium is very light.
Q:welding steel near aluminum?
A 110 volt mig might not get hot enough to fuse to the broken stud but you are on the right track. The heat from welding will loosen the stud slightly sometimes enough to back it out with a sharp tool or slot cut in the broken piece. I have removed many broken bolts and studs in aluminum that were deep in the head with tig, by welding a dab of weld at a time and keep building it up till I could grab it with a pair of pliers. It requires precision welding skills but can be done. You might try it with the mig but you must not allow the arc to touch the aluminum. If you weld the washer to it make sure that the washer is not plated it will create more problems for you (health related). Good luck!
Q:What should pay attention to transporting aluminum coil?
You must ensure the good property of the aluminum coil.
Q:Where can i find pure aluminum?
Aluminum foil is your best bet. According the the Reynold's wrap web site, their foil is 98.5% aluminum.
Q:Why does the heat preservation aluminum roll bend when it is cooled?
Insulation aluminum coil will appear when the cooling bending phenomenon, reason is generally under the conditions of air cooling, the heat transfer coefficient of the aluminum coil insulation parts in contact with the air were flat, but because the wall thickness or different shapes, different parts of the heat dissipation rate is not balanced, resulting in thick wall or hollow tube heat faster than the thin Department of slow, resulting in insulating aluminum roll cooling occurs to the hollow part or thick walled parts of the twists and turns of the phenomenon.

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