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This series coated aluminum coil provided by Mintai includes 1100, 1050, 1070 series, etc. The 1050, 1060 and 1070 series are representative series.
1000 Coated Aluminum Coil Features
♦ Alloy:1050 1060 1070 1100 1200 1235 etc.
♦ This coated aluminum coil, which is also called prepainted aluminum coil, has the highest aluminum content among all the series produced by Mintai. Its aluminum content can be more than 99.00%.
♦ As no other techniques are involved in the production, the production procedure is single and the price is cheap. It is a commonly used coated aluminum coil in conventional industries.
♦ The last two numbers in serial number are used to determine the lowest aluminum content of this series. For example, in the 1050 series, the last two numbers are 50 and according to corresponding international standard, the aluminum content has to reach 99.5% or more. In GB/T3880-2006, the technical standard of aluminum alloy in China, 1050 series also means the aluminum content has to reach 99.5%. Similarly, the aluminum content of 1060 series coated aluminum coil has to reach 99.6% or more.
As a professional manufacturer and supplier of 1000 coated aluminum coil based in China, apart from coated aluminum coil, we also provide aluminum sheet, aluminium slit coil, aluminum strip, anodising aluminum sheet, diamond aluminum tread plate, aluminum coil, and more. For further information on any of our products, please feel free to contact us.
1000 Coated Aluminum Coil Appearance:
Cutting edge flat,clean, without burrs/raw edges/included side/ pyramid/bagginess/protruded tube core/arrow/layer covered/forward slash/bumping injury.
1000 Coated Aluminum Coil Appearance quality:
♦ Aluminum surface is very flat
♦ Aluminum surface is clean, with no corrosion freckled/grease stains/wrinkling/slotting/scratching/light or dark line/glue or roller vestige/vibration marks and diagonal.
♦ Aluminum foil is with no lightning spot/rolling mark/sand print and black line.
♦ Finished aluminium foil surface is without yellow grease stains/oil viscosity/bubbling and teared appearance.
♦ Surface wrinkle situation fit to state standard.
Video tutorial on the four different methods how to remove rust. Rust, also known as iron oxide is a chemical reaction between iron and oxygen or moisture that occurs on bare metal. Beyond steel, rust can also form on lower grades of stainless steel. It is very important to remove any rust from metal when applying a finish as it can jeopardize that finish by causing premature failure. The methods to remove rust are not limited to this video are beyond cleaning it by hand with just a wire brush, sandpaper, or an abrasive pad. Methods shown are mainly based for at home methods which can be done in the comforts of your own driveway.
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-rust treatment (used in the video is Permatex Rust Dissolver Gel #80594)
-rubber gloves (used in the video is Permatex Black 5 mil Nitrile Disposable Gloves #08184)
-blasting media (glass bead, copper slag, walnut shells, steel shot, aluminum oxide, etc)
-hand held sander
-sanding disks or pads
-using a store bought solution which is a form of rust treatment
-cleaning up any flaking paint, dirt, or loose rust using sandpaper or a wire brush
-shake the bottle to ensure the solution is mixed, poor into a cup or container, then applying using a brush or sponge
-do not allow it to come in contact with paint as it can cause damage
-it takes abut 15-20 minutes for the rust to be converted
-rinse with clean water
-allow it to dry and apply more coats if needed
-allow the metal to dry for 24 hours to ensure no moisture is trapped when applying a final finish
-this will neutralize old rust and prevent new rust from forming as well
-using white vinegar and submerging the parts in a container
-clean up the piece slightly with either sandpaper or a wire brush
-allow it to soak for a day or two, depending on the severity of the rust
-once satisfied, rinse with water and give it a clean up using an abrasive pad
-ensure it has dried overnight so there isn’t any moisture trapped in the surface
-now you’re ready to apply a coating of your choice
-using a sandblaster or some form of media blasting
-there is a variety of blasting equipment along with media available on the market
-normally a larger air compressor is required considering a sandblaster is a direct air loss
-this will remove the rust with minimal work, access any pitted areas as well, and strip areas to bare metal
-using a mechanical method such as power tools
-there are a variety of tools that can be used such as a drill, angle grinder, hand held sander, rotary tool, etc
-with these tools, you will have a variety of attachments or options such as grinding disks, sanding disks, sanding pads, abrasive pads, wire wheels, grinding stones, flap wheels, etc
-in the video a hand held sander is used along with 180 grit sandpaper
-unfortunately due to the pitting, the sandpaper is unable to reach those lower areas
-sometimes an abrasive pad can tackle that, other times you will need to use a wire wheel
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Watch out, it’s a little loud at the end. sorry.
It took a bunch of force to get the second one in. It clearly wasn’t as sharp as the first one. These aren’t new stock, but they are SFS 12-24 Impax 5 (SD5) 1/4″ vs Buildex unknown model 5/16″. Both screws were subsequently and successfully re-used.
I was installing wire hangers onto a trailer and wanted to put a hang point on what happened to be the very thickest portion of the trailer (where the tongue triangle welds to the rectangular portion of the frame. I decided “what the heck, give it a shot” and discovered that these tappers are really badass! Too bad they generally cost so much, but DAMN they’re handy for the heavier work.
Bring on yee industrialization of society!