High Quality Colour coated aluminum coils for roofing ceiling to Latvia Factory

Short Description:


Product Detail

FAQ

Product Tags

Our company insists all along the quality policy of "product quality is base of enterprise survival; customer satisfaction is the staring point and ending of an enterprise; persistent improvement is eternal pursuit of staff" and the consistent purpose of "reputation first, customer first" for High Quality Colour coated aluminum coils for roofing ceiling to Latvia Factory, We fully welcome customers from all over the world to establish stable and mutually beneficial business relationships, to have a bright future together.


 Colour coated aluminum coils for roofing ceiling

Aluminum Alloy
 
1100, 1050, 1060, 1200, 3003,  3105, 5052, 5005
 
Coil thickness
 
0.1mm-5.0mm
 
Coil width
 
80mm-1650mm
 
Coating thickness
 
 PVDF Over 25 micron, PE over 20 micron
 
Diameter
 
505/508mm
 
Coil weight
 
According to customer’s requirement, normally is 2MT or so
 
Color
 
White series, metallic series, Dark series, Gold series( accept color customs)
 
 
Brand
 
Jinding
 
Packing
 
Standard Exporting Wooden Pallet
 

We also produce aluminum tread plates,aluminum foils ,aluminum circle ,etc.Welcome your inquiry.

  • Previous:
  • Next:
  • FAQ Content




  • http://patreon.com/thorium Thorium is plentiful & can be used to generate energy without creating transuranic wastes. Thorium’s capacity as nuclear fuel was discovered during WW II, but ignored because it was unsuitable for making bombs. A liquid-fluoride thorium reactor (LFTR) is the optimal approach for harvesting energy from Thorium, and has the potential to solve today’s energy/climate crisis. LFTR is a type of Thorium Molten Salt Reactor (Th-MSR). This video summarizes over 6 hours worth of thorium talks given by Kirk Sorensen and other thorium technologists.

    THORIUM REMIX 2011 starts with a 5 minute TL;WL summary, to hold you over until you find your Ritalin. YouTube Closed Captioning is available in English, and many other languages.

    To learn more about the Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor visit: http://energyfromthorium.com/

    See http://THORIUMREMIX.com/ for full list of multimedia source material.

    Key YouTube video components:

    Kirk Sorensen @ TEDxYYC http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2vzotsvvkw

    Kirk Sorensen @ Protospace – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVSmf_qmkbg

    Kirk Sorensen @ MRU – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3rL08J7fDA

    Kirk Sorensen @ TEAC3 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-uxvSVIGtU

    Kirk Sorensen @ Dr. Kiki Science Hour #84 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEpnpyd-jbw

    After Fukushima: The Fear Factor – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVQ0NvEcyqw

    Robert Hargraves @ TEAC3 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOoBTufkEog

    Alexander Cannara @ TEAC3 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUVq81kBKyk

    James Kennedy @ TEAC3 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrDeB86YpV4

    Q: What is thorium and what makes it special?

    A: Thorium is a naturally-occuring mineral that holds large amounts of releasable nuclear energy, similar to uranium. This nuclear energy can be released in a special nuclear reactor designed to use thorium. Thorium is special because it is easier to extract this energy completely than uranium due to some of the chemical and nuclear properties of thorium.

    Q: What is a liquid-fluoride reactor?

    A: A liquid-fluoride nuclear reactor is different than conventional nuclear reactors that use solid fuel elements. A liquid-fluoride reactor uses a solution of several fluoride salts, typically lithium fluoride, beryllium fluoride, and uranium tetrafluoride, as its basic nuclear fuel. The fluoride salts have a number of advantages over solid fuels. They are impervious to radiation damage, they can be chemically processed in the form that they are in, and they have a high capacity to hold thermal energy (heat). Additional nuclear fuel can be added or withdrawn from the salt solution during normal operation.

    Q: Are the salts safe?

    A: Very safe. Unlike other coolants considered for high-performance reactors (like liquid sodium) the salts will not react dangerously with air or water. This is because they are already in their most stable chemical form. Their properties do not change even under intense radiation, unlike all solid forms of nuclear fuel.

    Q: What is nuclear waste and how does a liquid-fluoride reactor address this issue?

    A: So-called “nuclear waste” or spent-nuclear fuel is produced in conventional (solid-core) nuclear reactors because they are unable to extract all of the nuclear energy from their fuel before they have to shutdown. LFTR addresses this issue by using a form of nuclear fuel (liquid-fluoride salts of thorium) that allow complete extraction of nuclear energy from the fuel.

    “Fluid Fuel Reactors”, James A. Lane, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1958.

    http://moltensalt.org/references/static/downloads/pdf/

    Related Products