Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock

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5 m.t.
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10000 m.t./month

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Item specifice:

Grade: 1000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish Shape: Round
Temper: O-H112 Application: Decorations

Product Description:

1.    Specification of Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock

characteristics

Application



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 Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock

(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 Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock

*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 Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock

Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock

Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock

Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock

Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock


6.    Package and shipping of Thin Aluminum Rolls Alloy used for Foil Stock

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


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Q:Does aluminum glow in the dark?
Not at visible wavelengths at room temperature.
Q:What’s the standard of tensile strength and ductility of aluminum coil 3003?
Detailed description can help resolve problems quickly. Performance and status is a related. As aluminum coil is usually semi-hard, the tensile strength is greater than or equals 150, ductility is greater than or equals 12.
Q:Does anyone know anything about artistic painting on aluminum sheeting?
I've known a couple of people who do this, you might try a search on Floating Panel. You could try to search out things on an artist called Gary Hume, as I know that his earlier paintings, certainly the ones for which he's known, were executed on aluminium. From what I remember of people doing this (some one on my MA made paintings on aluminium) the trick is in the priming, it being a non-pours surface. You need to rough the ground considerably and prime quite thickly. You also need to baton on the back, this will allow you to attach to the wall without ruining the face of the support, and prevent the possibility of warping. What looks great is if you recess the batons from the edge of the support, so that when against the wall they cannot be seen, this gives the appearance of hovering, and shows the thinness of your support. Another reason you might not be getting too many hits on your searches is the spelling, while not incorrect you might find art suppliers using the English, rather than the American spelling; aluminium rather than aluminum. I know that sounds petty but it might make a difference. The only other thing I know, while finding it a great surface to work on, smooth, bright, the artist I know also found it very expensive.
Q:aluminum window removal procedure?
I removed all of mine from the inside, not that this will work for you. I removed all of the inside wood pieces holding the window, there were no pieces on the bottom. If there is a nailing fin, you may now cut this from the inside. If these windows replaced other windows in the past, or are not original to the house, there may be no fin at all, there could be screws or they may just all be held in by the trim, you will find out. If the windows are operable, you may be able to at least get the operable piece out, making the whole thing lighter and less likely to break all over the place. If you do not mind broken glas, you can break the old one and the frame will sorta crumple for you, making it easier to pull out. When you slip the new ones in, the can go in tight to whatever was holding the other windows. If you have all of your interior trim pieces ready (they may need to be a different width than the original if the new windows are thicker) and make sure you caulk it to death first ( on the top and two sides of the building where it will squish up against it), then shove it in, use some shims to level it (oh, do NOT buy windows the EXACT size of the opening, I believe at least 1/4 to 1/2 shy is best ot allow for shimming, leveling, and squaring up - I bought one like that, WHAT A NIGHTMARE), caulk inside the top and two sides, push your trim into place and shoot a few finish nails in. Go around and wipe off all excess caulk with a damp cloth.
Q:How do you repair a door that rubs on the bottom Aluminum?
roger has best answer so far ...when any door starts to rub on bottom you should check the frame is still well fixed ..then the hinges ...the top one may be loose ..a lot of these doors have adjusters on the hinges ..however if the frame is ok ..the top hinges are tight ..and no adjusters ..pack out the bottom hinge ..by removing screws to bottom hinge ..adding a packer ...it can be cardboard ..you will be lifting door off the threshold ..might need two packers ..
Q:Thermodynamics - Steel Ring and Aluminum disk?
Depends on what you're using it for. For cooking, we've recently discovered old fashioned cast iron . . . and love it! If the choice is between steel and aluminum, however, I'd use stainless steel. But since your question is under home and garden, maybe you just want to carry something in a pan, in which case aluminum will accomplish the same thing and be a lot lighter.
Q:What is the balanced equation for copper (I) oxide and Aluminum?
Copper(I) oxide is a solid and so is aluminum. Any reaction that might occur would have to be at an elevated temperature. This is a thermite reaction in which copper(I) is reduced to copper metal (molten) and aluminum is oxidized to aluminum oxide. 3Cu2O(s) + 2Al(s) -- 6Cu(s) + Al2O3(s) ========= Follow up ========== Do you mean in aqueous solution? There won't be any copper(I) chloride in aqueous solution. CuCl is very insoluble in water, but will undergo disproportionation to form Cu2+ ions and copper metal. Therefore, you would actually have a solution of copper(II) chloride. Copper(II) chloride will react with aluminum to form copper metal and aluminum ions. Ordinarily aluminum won't react with copper(II) ions. The reaction does proceed in the presence of chloride ion. This is because the chloride ion will react with the Al2O3 layer on the surface of aluminum metal to make [AlCl4]^- which exposes the aluminum metal below, and thus a reaction can occur. 3Cu2+ + 2Al(s) -- 2Al3+ + 3Cu(s)
Q:Four roller rolling mill roller bearing on the aluminum top how always have holes
Well, typical aluminum plate surface defects in the backup roll print, solution, change support roll.Do not know your factory function division, should have special polishing work roll, support roller grinding workshop, this problem should be addressed to them, sticks are not qualified, how can dry out qualified products?
Q:is there a place that recycles crushed aluminum cans for money?
Go to the Earth911 website. Enter in your zip code and it will give you a list of recyclers closest to you. Minnesota does not have a can bottle deposit so the money you get will be for the scrap metal.
Q:Aluminium's toxic amount?
It is estimated that the normal person takes in between 3 and 10 milligrams of aluminum per day. Aluminum is the most abundant metallic element produced by the earth. It can be absorbed into the body through the digestive tract, the lungs and the skin, and is also absorbed by and accumulates in the bodies tissues. Aluminum is found naturally in our air, water and soil. It is also used in the process of making cooking pots and pans, utensils and foil. Other items such as over the counter pain killers, anti-inflammatory products, and douche preparations can also contain aluminum. Aluminum is also an additive in most baking powders, is used in food processing, and is present in antiperspirants, toothpaste, dental amalgams, bleached flour, grated cheese, table salt, and beer, (especially when the beer is in aluminum cans). The biggest source of aluminum, however, comes from our municipal water supplies. Aluminum is excreted by the kidneys, therefore toxic amounts can impair kidney function. Aluminum can also accumulate in the brain causing seizures and reduced mental alertness. The brain is normally protected by a blood-brain barrier, which filters the blood before it reaches it. Elemental aluminum does not pass easily through this barrier, but certain compounds contained within aluminum, such as aluminum fluoride do. Interestingly, many municipal water supplies are treated with both aluminum sulfate and aluminum fluoride. These two chemicals can also combine easily in the blood. Aluminum fluoride is also poorly excreted in the urine.

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