China Gold Supplier for 5000 Series Aluminum Sheet for Durban Manufacturer
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Specifications of 5000 Series Aluminum Sheet (Aluminum Plate ):
1. Grade/Alloy: 5005 5052 5083 5086 5154 5182 5251 5754 etc.
4. Temper: all available, H1X, H2X, H3X, O, HXXX TX
Please find this product at http://absupply.net.
This video is to bring you a closer look at the Pemko 212A Mill Finish Aluminum Residential Saddle Threshold.
The 212 represents the general profile of this threshold.
The ‘A’ means that this is in the mill aluminum finish.
This is a small threshold, only 3-1/2″ wide so it doesn’t take up a lot of space.
The flattened off area is generally where the door is going to sit over.
This can be used in conjunction with a door shoe or sweep with a drip cap.
This has a bevel on the face of the threshold to push water away.
Available in several different finishes.
This is typical for your residential applications.
There is an image below this video showing everything important dimensionally about this item.
As we said it is 3-1/2″ wide and the height is 5/8″.
Includes screws (#10 x 1-1/2″).
available in several different lengths on our website as well.
If you have a need for a custom length by all means let us know by ordering the next longest piece or pieces and indicating in the comment field what size you’d like for us to cut the item back to.
The reason for this is if you had to cut this 3ft piece down to 32″, you’d eliminate that counter-sink and you’d be forced to drill another one.
If you order a custom length we will not only locate the holes in the proper dimension from the edge, but also the proper center to center as well.
Pemko is a full-line manufacture of all things commercial and residential weatherstripping related.
They also have adjustable wood top thresholds, kerfed-in style weatherstripping and much more.
If you have any questions on the Pemko 212A Mill Finish Aluminum Residential Saddle Threshold or any other product by Pemko please feel free to reach out to us.
In this video Rob will show you how to weld galvanized steel as well as some precautions. One of the most common ways of making steel resist rust is by combining (alloying) it with a metal that is less likely to corrode: zinc. When steel is submerged in melted zinc, a chemical reaction permanently bonds the zinc to the steel. Therefore, the zinc isn’t exactly a sealer, like paint, because it doesn’t just coat the other metal; it actually permanently becomes a part of it. The most external layer is all zinc, but successive layers are a mixture of zinc and iron, with an interior of pure steel.
This process, known as hot-dipped galvanization, is one of the most common methods of making galvanized steel, but it’s not the only one. Continuous sheet galvanizing runs a steel sheet or wire through molten zinc; it’s also a form of hot-dipping, but leaves a thinner layer of the protective metal. Steel can also be painted or sprayed with zinc, although neither method creates the strong bond that hot-dipping does. Electrogalvanizing or electroplating uses electricity to create the bond between the two metals, which results in relatively thin layer of zinc.
The degree of galvanizing is usually described as the zinc’s weight per surface area rather than its thickness, because this gives a better representation of how much metal has been applied. Steel often gets galvanized after individual parts have been formed, such as braces, nails, screws, beams, or studs. Continuous sheet galvanizing is often done before the metal is used to create products, however, and can withstand some bending and forming without flaking.