High Quality for Container Foil Jumbo Roll (Alloy 8011/8006/3003) Export to Greek
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Aluminum foil jumbo roll for making foil container/foil tray/foil platter, Our container foil jumbo roll is superior household material for packaging which features resistance to water and oil, isolation to light and conductivity of heat. It is environmental friendly and is reusable.
♦ Alloy: 8011, 8006, 3003
♦ Temper: Soft (O), H19, H22, H24
♦ Thickness: 0.03-0.15mm
♦ Width: 100-1200mm
♦ Core ID: 76 or 152mm
♦ Coil OD: max 800mm
♦ Roll weight: 100-900kg/roll
♦ Two sides bright
Due to the good character of anti-corrosion,non-poisonous,waterproof,tasteless ,greaseproof and durable. Aluminium foils are widely used in many field ,such as for food industry, pharmaceutical industry,decoration,hairdressing and other sectors. Our factory is a professional manufacturer of aluminium foil products.
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From http://www.kevincaron.com – Artist Kevin Caron addresses how to fuse weld with a TIG welder – and whether you should fuse weld at all. In fuse welding, you use your TIG torch to melt metal from each piece to join two pieces of metal together. Caron says there are good times to fuse weld, bad times to fuse weld, and times it really doesn’t matter. He preps a piece of 1/8″ steel, removing the scale and cleaning up the edges. Then he set the metal on a “lift kit” – two pieces of steel C channel – so he doesn’t weld the steel to the table and so he doesn’t have to heat the 1″ thick steel table to weld it. He fires up his Longevity TigWeld 250 AC/DC, using the foot pedal rather than the welding torch trigger so he can control the amperage a little better. Caron also butts the two pieces of metal tightly together instead of leaving a 1/16″ gap, as you would when welding 1/8″ plate with filler rod. He then fuse welds a tack on each side of the two pieces of steel plate, but he has to cheat on one side, using filler rod because the metal moved (this is why you clamp the metal!). He then fuse welds the two pieces of steel together across the whole joint. He explains that the joint between the two pieces of steel is weaker structurally because he has pulled metal from each piece of metal, making the joint thinner than the 1/8″ steel plate itself. Caron then says if the weld isn’t structural – and it isn’t always structural in his artwork – it doesn’t matter as much. Also, he shows that, if he wants a nice round edge on a corner joint, fusing makes sense. If you want a nice sharp edge, though, or you are welding on the inside of a corner joint, you definitely want to use filler rod. He also suggests you play around with it, using scrap to try different welds and then hitting it on the anvil or putting it in the vise and flexing it to see how quickly the weld breaks. See more how-to videos at http://www.kevincaron.com
Aluminum Alloy Rod Continuous Casting and Rolling Line
Aluminum and alloy rod continuous Casting&Rolling line; Aluminum Alloy Rod&Wire, Al or wire rod manufacturers
The Aluminum rod continuous casting and rolling line equipment is used to produce aluminum rod and Al-Mg-Si etc. alloy rod with a high intensity and heat resistance in diameter 9.5mm, 12mm, 15mm by means of continuous casting and rolling. The line is competitive with the relative international products.
Main Components of Aluminum alloy CCR Lines
Furnace with magnetic mixer or tilting furnace, in-line degassing & filtering system with launder, refining feeding device,Five- wheel casting machineand pouring ladle, roller shearer, motorized straightener, multi-frequency induction heater, cast bar feed-in device, rolling mill, alloy rod quenching system, alloy rod cooling systems, dual-position coiler, electrical control system, rolling mill lubrication system and emulsion system, etc
Brief flow chart
Raw material→melting furnace→holding furnace→flow channel→casting ladle→casting machine→oil hydraulic shearer→initiative material feeding device→continuous rolling mill→quenching device→pulling device→continuous take-up (predeformation)→coiler