Big Discount Polyester/PVDF Prepainted Aluminum Coil for Danish Manufacturer
We depend on sturdy technical force and continually create sophisticated technologies to meet the demand of Big Discount Polyester/PVDF Prepainted Aluminum Coil for Danish Manufacturer, With superb service and quality, and an enterprise of foreign trade featuring validity and competitiveness, that will be trusted and welcomed by its clients and creates happiness to its employees.
♦ Thickness: 0.06mm~1.0mm
♦ Width: 20mm~1590mm
♦ Material (alloy): 1100, 1050, 1070, 3003, 3004, 3105, 3005, 5005, 5052, 5754
♦ Surface Paint: PE, PVDF and special paints.
♦ Outside Diameter: ≤ 1500mm
♦ Inside Diameter: 405mm, 505mm, 150mm, 75mm
♦ Per Coil weight: ≤ 4000kg
The main material of PVDF is polyvinylidene fluoride resin; the utmost negative characteristic of the Fl atom can form a very strength high powerful Fl-C bond. Moreover, with the special symmetry molecule structure, the products are of strong weather resistance performance, anti-ultraviolet performance, super long durability and anti-corrosion performance, which can maintain very bright and glossy color even serving for 20 years in indoor environment. Attributing to the abrasion resistance and impact resistance and flexibility, our products are of excellent mechanical processing performance. PVDF coated aluminum coils are the highest priority of choice to high class aluminum composite panels, and its composite products are widely used in airport, exhibition center, administration center, star hotel and other symbol building.
Application for Polyester/PVDF Prepainted Aluminum Coil:
Suitable to construct curtain walls, ceilings, store faces, wallsand cellular panels
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