11 Years Manufacturer Aluminum Lithographic Coil Export to Armenia
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♦ Material (alloy):1050, 1060
♦ Temper:H18, H19
Aluminium Lithographic Coil (also called PS panel) is a professional material that used for the printing application. It has high surface quality requirement. It is produced by surface degreasing solution, drying, photosensitive coating treatment and cutting to the specification that customer required.
This products are popular with national and overseas markets for its good quality and competitive price. such as southeast Asia, North America,Europe and so on. If you are interested in our products, welcome to contact with us
We professionally offering PS plate with below characteristics:
1 Photosensitive Coating
Consisted by imported photographic emulsion and resin, the coating layer of the plate have outstanding alkaline resistance, superior stability, high sensitive and increased adjusting flexibility as well as better resolving power.
2 Vacuum ventilating layer
With tiny ventilating grain layer on the surface, the vacuuming time during exposure can be greatly decreased, as well as preventing the proportion of tiny dots from exposuring to vague.
3. Water Receptive Layer
Excellent water reception capability speeds up the ink-water balance procedure and helps to reduce water absorption during printing process. Superior water retaining capability do effectively prevents non-image areas of the plate from scumming and avoids paper from distortion. Consequently, the printing quality improved
4. Multi Grain Layers
Multi grain layers polish up water receptive property of the non-image areas on the plate. It increases the ink /water adjusting flexibility, make sure the developing performance of the tiny dots. It also strengthens the dots’ adsoption power to the coating layer, which can consequently extend the run-length of the plate.
5. Anodic-Oxidized Layer
A durable and strong oxidized surface formed after the anodic oxidation process on the aluminium material, which can help to prolong the run-length. This layer can also resists the corrosive effect done by the correction fluid.
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Over the years we’ve seen a lot of nice builds, but this Carlisle Ford Nationals-winning Mustang ranks right up there with some of the coolest pony cars to ever roll through our showroom doors. And if you’re in the market for classic good looks and spectacular modern performance, it presents terrific opportunity!
Starting life in Metuchen, New Jersey as an authentic V8 optioned fastback, this 1969 Mustang was rotisserie restored to better-than-new condition in the fall of 2010. During that highly detailed reboot every one of its sculpted panels was, with the help of both CJ Pony and Virginia Classic Mustang, repaired, massaged and layered in Scion Sizzling Crimson Mica 2-stage.
The car’s original 290 horsepower small block has been exchanged for a 400 horsepower, DOHC modular V8 that runs twice as good and looks just as natural. A long-time thoroughbred of Ford’s performance car stables, this hand-built powerplant utilizes four camshafts, aluminum heads, a fixed runner intake, tumble-style intake ports and a lightweight aluminum block to create an unbeatable combination of smooth cruising and spirited performance. Naturally, the ‘mod motor’ you see here comes complete with sensors, a fuel pump and an Engine Computer Module from its 13K mile 2004 Mach 1 donor car. Before the new DOHC engine was even loosened from its original mounts, a Rod and Custom Motorsports aftermarket engine cradle and front suspension were bolted up. Once the engine was seated, a Ron Francis wiring harness was installed and programmed by The Detail Zone. Next, a Doc’s Blocks radiator, complete with a large electric puller fan, a Billet Specialties expansion tank and a full array of braided hoses, was charged with keeping everything cool. And finally, a pair of ceramic-coated BBK long tubes was sourced for exhaust duties.
A modern 5-speed manual transmission, which comes from the same 2004 Mach 1 as the DOHC ‘mod motor’, sends power to a 9-inch Posi-traction rear end that features tall, 3.91 gears and rugged Century axles. Custom welded exhaust, complete with an H-pipe crossover, flows from the aforementioned headers in to stainless Magnaflow mufflers, making this lamb to lion’s transformation sound the part. Suspension upgrades abound, as the car’s original leaf springs benefit from subframe connectors out back, and its original coil springs benefit from tubular control arms up front. A Laurel Mountain Mustang rear disc brake conversion combines with factory front discs and power rack-and-pinion steering to provide increased handling ability. And power is thrown to the pavement via 17-inch Billet Specialties Mags, which spin 215/55 Dunlop SP Sport radials in front of 275/50 Nitto NT450 Extreme Performance radials. Aesthetically, this Mustang’s suspension is detailed in the same bright silver paint that adorns its modern DOHC V8. And well-planned detailing, like Gloss Black floors, a stainless fuel tank and stainless hardware add just the touch to make a build look great from every angle.
Peer inside this awesome fastback and you’ll find a black interior that is, like the rest of the car, an exceptional mix of both vintage and modern pieces. Black ultraleather upholstery covers both custom door panels that are complete with dual speakers, and custom seats that are complemented by hidden belt retractors. The car’s crack-free dash hangs a traditional Mustang clock next to a Sony Xplod CD player and full 2004 Mach 1 instrumentation. A polished aluminum steering wheel combines with a tilt steering column, integrated Ron Francis cruise control and a traditional Hurst shifter to keep the driver connected to the road. And if it gets a little too hot, a complete Vintage Air climate system is piped through the dash.
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Save that last slice of pizza! You can reheat it in its own container, using the sun’s power.
Step 1: Draw a square
Using the ruler and black marker, draw a square on your pizza-box lid, leaving a 1-inch border from the edge of the box to each side of the square.
Step 2: Form the flap
With the box cutter or utility knife, cut through three sides of the square you just drew, leaving the line at the rear of the box attached. Fold the flap back so that it stands up when the pizza-box lid is closed.
Step 3: Cover the flap with foil
Cover the underside of the flap with heavy-duty aluminum foil, which will reflect sunlight into the oven. Glue the foil to the flap, smooth out wrinkles, and cut off any excess.
Step 4: Tape plastic sheet
With the scissors, cut two square pieces of clear plastic wrap, each 1 square inch larger than the flap opening. Open the pizza box, and tape one piece of plastic to the underside of the hole so that the plastic covers it.
Step 5: Tape second plastic sheet
Close the lid, and tape the second plastic sheet over the top of the hole, creating a window that helps keep the sun’s heat in the box. Pull both sheets taut as you tape them.
Maintaining an airtight box is crucial in keeping the oven hot.
Step 6: Layer the bottom with foil
Glue or tape a layer of aluminum foil to the inside bottom of your pizza box for insulation.
Step 7: Cover with black paper
Cover the foil layer in the box with sheets of black construction paper and glue them into place. The black base will absorb light and generate more heat inside your oven.
Step 8: Find best angle
Close the lid, and you’re ready to start cooking! On a bright day, place your solar oven outside in direct sunlight. Adjust the foil flap to find the best ray-reflecting angle, and use the ruler, a stick, or a hard-plastic straw to keep the flap propped in place.
If you want to test the reflective angles of your oven before you head outside, shine a laser pointer onto the foil flap to simulate rays of sunlight.
Step 9: Preheat
Preheat your oven by leaving it in direct sunlight for 30 minutes. The box’s temperature will reach about 200 degrees, so while you won’t be able to cook a roast, you can reheat cooked food, melt cheese or chocolate, or—if you have all day—prepare a veggie stew.
Step 10: Cook
Whatever you decide to cook, place it—on its own, or in a heat-safe container—in the center of the oven, so that it is directly under the plastic-wrap window. Close the lid, leaving the flap propped open, and check on your food every 15 to 30 minutes.
Did You Know?
Earth receives more energy from the sun in one hour than our entire planet uses in a year.