Factory Price 5052/5005/5754 /5083 aluminum coil for New Zealand Manufacturers

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This series aluminum Coil provided by Jinding includes 5005, 5052,5083 and 5754 series.
♦ Type:5005 5052 5083 5086 5154 5182 5251 5754 etc.
♦ Temper:0-H112
♦ Thickness:0.3-10.0mm
♦ Width:10-2200mm

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As a result of its good forming property, anti-corrosion, fatigue strength and medium static strength, this aluminum strip can be used to manufacture the fuel tanks and oil pipes of airplanes, sheet-metal parts and instruments of vehicles and ships, rivets and brackets of streetlights, hardware, etc.
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  • (10 Oct 2010)
    1. Pan of lake hit by sludge
    2. Close-up of collapsed wall
    3. Close-up red mud
    4. Pan lake with sludge
    5. Wide of wall next to pond
    6. Mid of collapsed wall
    7. Close-up pan collapsed wall
    8. Wide of new crack on wall
    9. Close-up of new crack on wall
    10. Tilt down of wall with new crack
    11. Pan of truck with measuring instruments to pond
    12. Close-up measuring instrument
    13. Wide of pond with red sludge
    14. Close-up top of cracked wall
    15. Close-up cracked wall
    16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zoltan Illes, Environmental State Secretary:
    “According to our analysis these walls for sure will fall down. Why? Because the movement of these walls logically speaking, is continuing. Why? Because behind the walls there is a 2.5 (m) million cubic metres of red mud is pushing that wall. What is outside? Nothing, air and there is a breakage.”
    17. Wide other side of collapsed wall over field
    18. Military trucks and workers in protective clothing
    19. Various of pipe taking out water, on the pond next to the one which exploded on Monday
    20. Pan left from the pond to special workers walking
    21. Wide of pond and measuring instrument
    22. Close up of water in the pond
    23. Wide of pond and measuring instrument
    The wall of a reservoir filled with caustic red sludge will inevitably collapse and unleash a new deluge of red sludge that could flow about a half-mile (one kilometre) to the north, a Hungarian official said on Sunday.
    The sludge would flood parts of the town already hit by the industrial waste on Monday, but stop short of the next town to the north.
    Environmental State Secretary Zoltan Illes said that recently discovered cracks on the northern wall of the reservoir at the alumina plant have temporarily stopped widening because of favourable weather conditions, but will continue to expand, especially during night time.
    Disaster agency spokesman Tibor Dobson said engineers didn’t detect any new cracks overnight, and the older cracks were being repaired, but that it was too soon to consider lowering the current state of alert.
    Protective walls were being built around the reservoir’s damaged area to hold back any further spills and a 2,000-foot (620-metre) long dam was under construction to save the areas of the town of Kolontar not directly hit by Monday’s disaster.
    Nearly all of Kolontar’s 800 residents were evacuated on Saturday, when Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the north wall of the massive storage pool – which is 24.7 acres (10 hectares) in size – was expected to “very likely” collapse after cracks were detected at several points along the dam.
    The roughly 6,000 residents of neighbouring Devecser, just north of Kolontar, were told by police on Saturday to pack a single bag and get ready to leave at a moment’s notice.
    On Monday, the sludge flooded three villages in less than an hour, burning people and animals.
    At least seven people were killed and at least 120 were injured.
    Several of those who were taken to hospital were in serious condition.
    About 700-thousand cubic metres (184 (m) million gallons) of the caustic red sludge was released.
    Red sludge is a by-product of the refining of bauxite into alumina, the basic material for manufacturing aluminium. Treated sludge is often stored in ponds where the water eventually evaporates, leaving behind a largely safe red clay.
    Industry experts say the sludge in Hungary appears to have been insufficiently treated, if at all, meaning it remained highly caustic.
    Illes, commenting to reporters during a tour of the affected villages and the damaged reservoir, confirmed that red sludge stored in Hungarian reservoirs was not treated to reduce its alkalinity.
    They seemed unperturbed by any potential hazards.

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