Prepainted Aluminium Coil AlumInum Sheet PPGL

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Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series,5000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated Shape: Flat
Temper: Hard Application: Decorations

Product Description:

Structure of Prepainted Aluminium Coil PPGL Description:

Coated aluminum coil/sheet are of a wide range of colors, which gives wonderful appearance no matter in residential and commercial constructions of great exhibition centers.


Main Features of Aluminium Coil PPGL:

Application : Mainly used insigns, billboards, building exterior decoration, bus body, high-rise buildings and factories wall decoration, kitchen sink, lamp, fan leaves, with pieces of electronic, chemical equipment, sheet metal processing parts,     deep drawing or spinning hollowware, welding parts, heat exchangers, bell surface and disk, plate, kitchenware, decorations, reflective devices, ect


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Aluminium Coil PPGL Specification:

Product Name

Aluminum Coil

Alloy

A1100,A3003,A1050,A8011,A3105,A5005 etc

Thickness

0.022mm to 3.0 mm

Width

Standard width:1240mm; 1200mm

All width: 30mm - 1600mm

Diameter

out dia:1200mm

Interior dia: 405mm,505mm

Weight

2.5 T/coil,3.0 T/coil

Coating

PE,PVDF,ACRYLIC

Surface

Embossed, mill finish, coated; aluminum gutter coil

Color

AS to all RAL color

Gloss

10-90%(EN  ISO-2813:1994)

Coating   Thickness

PE: more than 18 micron

PVDF: more than 25 micron

Coating   Hardness

(pencil   resistance)

More than 2h

Coating   adhesion

5J(EN  ISO-2409:1994)

Impact   Resistance

No peeling or cracking(50 kg/cm,ASTMD-2794:1993)

Flexibility

(T-bend)

2T

MEK   resistance

More than 100

Specifications:

Hardness(HV) , Tensile Strength(N/mm2,MPa) , Elongation(%) , 
Proof Stress , Surface Finish , 
Edge Condition(Slited Edge, Rolled Edge, De-burred Edge, etc.) , 
Camber(mm/1M) , Cross bow(mm/Width) , Coil set(mm/1M) ,Surface Roughness(Rmax, Rz, Ra)
Maximum OD , Coil Weight , Packing


FAQ of Aluminium Coil PPGL:

1.Superior quality of raw material.
2.Reasonable and stable chemical composition.
3.Accurate tolerance.
4.Goode mechanical property.
5.We have the certificate of ISO9001.


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Q:What are some unushal properties about Aluminum?
Aluminum is a versatile material with vast applications in engineering, aerospace and automotive industries. Some of its desirable properties include lightweight (relative to steel) and high strength. The metal is however rarely used in its pure form, it is often alloyed with other elements such as Mg, Manganese, chromium, Titanium to fine tune its mechanical, chemical and or physical properties and tailor it to specific applications. However, in some applications other materials are preferred, for example, Magnesium, due to its higher strength to weight ratio is increasingly replacing Al in transmission casing of automobiles. Also, Compacted Graphite cast Iron is preferred in engine blocks because of its superior strength at high tempreatures, dimensional stability and wear resistance. Auto engines work at very tempreatures and alloys that are capable of withstanding high pressures while maintaining stability are critical. CGCI performs better than Al in this situation. Al alloys remains an important engineering materials though.
Q:is there any tool that will pick up aluminum nails?
sadly, magnets do not work on aluminum, however, the are light enough, to be picked up by a vacuum.
Q:What is an aluminium plate?
Aluminized sheet, the full name of aluminum plating, also known as aluminized steel plate, also known as hot dipped aluminum plate.Aluminized steel plate is an aluminum silicon alloy coating steel plate, in which the aluminum content is 90%, silicon 10%. The aluminized steel plate has good heat resistance, heat reflection and corrosion resistance. Its mechanical and physical properties are better than those of cold-rolled steel sheet. Because of the superior performance of aluminized steel sheet, it has been widely used in our daily necessities. Such as car muffler, household appliances and so on.
Q:Aluminum Siding?
They don't make aluminum siding anymore, thank god, they only make vinyl siding. It really depends on the brand you buy and the company that installs it. I used to be a tin man before becoming a professor and I can tell you that you should do a little research first. You want stuff that will hold up in wind, is easy to clean, has a nice look and colors won't fade. You want to be sure it is made of virgin vinyl, sounds weird but trust me, if it isn't it'll fade in a few years and look like crap. The company needs to know what they are doing too or the seams and lines will be terrible, so make sure your company is really in the siding business and not just some jack-leg contractor that says I can do it. You will end up with a crap job. Now I can't remember for certain and it has been a number of years, but 10 to 12 sounds good. I hope they are going to remove the old stuff, check your wood underneath and possibly put on a moisture barrier. I would ask what they plan on doing in detail. Good luck.
Q:Any difference between aluminum and carbon arrows?
Depends on what you're planning on doing with them really. But definitely no on the fiberglass. Long distance shots (50m), definitely carbon. Certain carbons do last longer, I shoot Carbon Express Nano XR, built like a tank, no aluminum comes close to the durability. Before this, I've shot ACE, built for speed and breaks left and right. So, moral of the story is, carbon's durability depends on make and model. Sadly, I have to disagree with DumDum this time around about the carbon's rigidity. For a given shaft weight, the carbon shaft will bend less than aluminums. However, for a given bow/archer setup, you need carbon shafts that bends as much as aluminum for that same setup. The basis of bow tuning is this requirement that the arrow need to bend a certain amount during the shot. Take away the bending and the arrow won't fly straight, hence the archer's paradox. Given a well tuned setup, the only variables to penetration is the KE, and the surface friction as the arrow enters the target.
Q:Chevy S10 Aluminum head?
your head is probally warped,,what happens is that the aluminum warps when it gets HOT, more so than your iron block,creating a gap that your water flows through into your cylinder/s. If you get a straight edge and hold it across the surface of your head, you will see light shining through where the surface is warped,[a little bit is a LOT] You can take your head to a machine shop and have it resurfaced [as long as it aint too bad] or else you will need a new head. Sounds to me like your gonna need a new[pickpull ect] head.
Q:old aluminum bike?
1988? Why do you believe it is aluminum? So far as I can recall, Performance didn't begin offering bicycles AT ALL until about 1992. Even then they had steel frames... their bikes were supplied by a Taiwanese company by the name of UEC who also made (and makes) KHS brand bikes. Regarding early aluminum failures, yes, there were many simply because factories were unfamiliar with the material and thought they could get away without the post treatment that a welded aluminum structure often requires. Another reason for aluminum frame failure was when a few factories attempted to bond aluminum tubes to lugs. This is also a problem with carbon fiber bikes. This is because the epoxy used degasses, or hardens and becomes crystallized. The now brittle epoxy cracks and results in catastrophic failure. This, in the factory's opinion, was not a warranty event. I'll tell you what. Grab a magnet off of your refrigerator and see if it sticks to the frame. if it does- even a tiny bit- then it is steel. If the frame is WELDED aluminum it should be retired since there is no way of telling whether the frame was properly post-treated. If the frame is BONDED then it should be retired because of the possibility of the epoxy fracturing.
Q:What can I do to remove the paint from the painted aluminum sheet?
The aluminum need scraping, the car is not easy to enamel paint.Is the aluminum plate with a thickness of more than 0.2mm to 500mm, 200mm width, length less than 16m aluminum material called aluminum plate or aluminum sheet, aluminum is below 0.2mm, 200mm within the width of the row material or bar (of course, with the progress of the large equipment, the width can be 600mm row material also more).
Q:Cleaning Aluminum TIG Welding?
Preweld cleaning requires two operations: oil/grease removal and oxide removal. As below, remove oils and greases first, then remove the oxide. Don’t reverse this order. Take the following steps before welding aluminum: 1. Remove oil, grease, and water vapor using an organic solvent such as acetone or a mild alkaline solution like a strong soap. You may also use citrus-based degreasers, but be sure to rinse and dry the part before welding. 2. Remove surface oxides with a stainless steel wire brush (used only for aluminum) or strong alkaline or acid. Many welding suppliers sell oxide-removal solutions in spray or squeeze bottles for local application. Exercise extreme care when handling these solutions, and again, rinse and dry the part before welding. 3. Assemble the joint. If it won't be welded immediately, cover the joint with brown Kraft paper to prevent dirt and grit in the air from getting into the joint. 4. Keep the aluminum dry and at room temperature. 5. Weld within a few days. Clean the joint again if it isn't welded within that time. Good luck!!!
Q:Are electrons in aluminum free?
Any element that allows the transfer of electrical flow to move across it usually has the characteristic of having free movement electrons in the outer shell. This is why metals are particularly good at electrical conduction. The best metal for transferring electrical charge is silver followed by copper and then aluminum. Much electrical wire is made from pure aluminum because it is cheaper than copper or silver and the resistance to flow is only slightly lower than copper. The electrons in the outer shells are still bound to the aluminum nucleus but they are free to accept a charge from neighboring aluminum atoms and transfer that charge to the next aluminum in the electrical flow. This is basically the definition of electrical resistance. Copper performs this transfer more efficiently than aluminum so it's electrical resistivity is less than aluminums. But in both base metals, the outer electrons never leave the atom, they simply transfer their charge to the next atom in line

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