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Factory wholesale PVDF Coated Aluminum Coil for Luxemburg Manufacturer

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Coated Aluminum Coil
The coated aluminum coil is ideal for producing aluminium composite materials. Zhejiang Shuanglin Jiate Metal Technology Company’s  aluminium coil is coated with high quality fluororesin paint which offers good weather resistance.

Where can coated aluminum coil be used?
♦ To produce aluminium composite panel or aluminum veneers.
♦ Used in exterior applications for decoration and protection of exterior wall, canopy, roof and pillar, etc.
♦ Coated aluminum coil is also ideal for interior decoration for wall, ceiling, bathroom and kitchen, etc.
♦ Used in advertising boards or shop front decoration.

Packing
♦ Inner Core: Paper Tube
♦ Outer: Paperboard
♦ Wooden Pallet

As a one of the foremost coated aluminum coil manufacturers and suppliers in China, all coated coils are painted by ALUMAX own coating production line. We can produce different aluminium coil coming with different types of coating, including, PVDF coated, polyester coated, brushed and chromated cleaning coils. Given below are the detailed specifications for your reference.

PVDF coated aluminum coil

Aluminum Alloy AA1100; AA3003; AA5005
Coil thickness 0.25mm,0.30mm,0.40mm,0.50mm
Coil width 1240mm, 1270mm, 1520mm, 1550mm, 1575mm
Coating thickness Over 25 micro
Diameter 405mm, 505mm
Coil weight 2.5 to 3.0 tons per coil
Color White series, metallic series, Dark series, Gold series( accept color customs)

Polyester coated aluminum coil

Aluminum Alloy AA1100; AA3003; AA5005
Coil thickness 0.18mm,0.21mm,0.25mm,0.30mm,0.40mm,0.45mm,0.50mm
Coil width 1240mm, 1270mm, 1520mm,
Coating thickness Over 16 micro
Diameter 405mm, 505mm
Coil weight 2.5 to 3.0 tons per coil
Color White series, metallic series, Dark series, Gold series( accept color customs)

Brush finish aluminum coil

Aluminum Alloy AA1100; AA3003
Coil thickness 0.15mm, 0.21mm, 0.30mm, 0.40mm, 0.50mm
Coil width 1240mm, 1270mm, 1520mm,
Diameter 405mm, 505mm
Coil weight 2.5 to 3.0 tons per coil
Color Silver & gold

Clean chromated aluminum coil

Aluminum Alloy AA1100; AA3003
Coil thickness 0.15mm, 0.21mm, 0.25mm, 0.30mm, 0.40mm, 0.45mm, 0.50mm
Coil width 1240mm, 1270mm, 1520mm,
Diameter 405mm, 505mm
Coil weight 2.5 to 3.0 tons per coil

Our product is coated with high-performance fluorocarbon, polyester, polyurethane and epoxy coating, and is widely used for roofs, facade cladding, ceilings, aluminum curtains, composite panels, pipe wrap, advertisement plates, instrument panels, and other uses.
In addition to various coated aluminum coil, we can also provide aluminum composite panel, aluminum ceiling, and sandstone tile, etc. All products are widely used in the United States, Australia, Russia, Iran, and Japan.
If you are searching for coated aluminum coil or related products, please feel free to contact us. We are ready to serve you.

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  • How to make cinnamon rolls. In my humble opinion this is the best cinnamon roll recipe you will find on YouTube. The cinnamon sugar swirled dough is soft and tender and delightful in every bite. Delish!

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    Makes eight to twelve
    FOR THE DOUGH:
    ½ cup (113 grams) unsalted butter
    1 cup (250 ml) of milk
    5 TBS (62.5 grams) of sugar
    1 TBS (8.5 grams) active dry yeast
    1 tsp. (5 ml) salt
    1 egg
    1 egg yolk
    3 to 3½ cups (384 to 448 grams) all-purpose flour

    Melt the butter in a pot. Add the milk and sugar and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Do not boil the milk. Once the sugar is dissolved and the milk is warm transfer it to a bowl. Stir in the yeast and let it activate for about 10 minutes until your mixture turns bubbly. Add the salt.

    Lightly beat the egg and the egg yolk and add it to the milk mixture. Mix in three cups of flour, a cup at a time. Mix well after each addition. Dump the dough on to a lightly floured countertop and start kneading it. Knead the dough for five minutes – sprinkling more flour on the counter as the dough sticks to it. If the dough is still sticky after the five minutes add another half cup of flour a ¼ cup at a time. Do not overdo it with the flour, as you do want the dough to be elastic but not overly dry.

    Place the ball of dough in a buttered bowl and turn it a couple of times to grease it. Cover the bowl with plastic and place it in a warm, draft free place in your kitchen. Allow the dough to double in size. This should take about two hours.

    FOR THE FILLING:
    4 TBS (56 grams) of unsalted, softened butter
    1½ cups (330 grams) light brown or white sugar (do not use dark brown sugar)
    1½ TBS (16.5 ml) ground cinnamon
    ¼ tsp. (1.25 ml) salt

    Mix the sugar with the cinnamon and salt in a bowl.

    ASSEMBLE THE ROLLS:

    Line a 9×13 inch (23×33 centimeter) baking dish with aluminum foil. Let the foil hang about 3 inches (7 centimeters) on each end. Butter the foil inside the dish with unsalted butter.

    Lightly flour a clean counter and dump the doubled dough on it. Punch it down a couple of times and roll it out into a rectangle about 16×20 inches (41×51 ¾ centimeters).

    Spread the softened butter on it and liberally sprinkle it with all of the cinnamon sugar.

    Roll the dough tightly and lengthwise away from you. Roll it into a cylinder. Pinch the ends to seal them. Cut the cylinder in half and then cut each into four or six pieces – depending on how small you want each cinnamon roll to be.

    Place the rolls into the prepared pan cut side down. Cover the pan and allow the rolls to double in size for about an hour.

    Heat your oven to 350 degrees F (176 C). Place the cinnamon rolls into the oven and bake for 30 to 35 minutes until they are browned and the sugar has melted inside of them.

    Remove the rolls from the oven and place the pan on a cooling rack. Ice the hot rolls with half of the icing (recipe follows) and let them cool in the pan for about 30 minutes.

    Pull the aluminum foil overhang and remove the rolls from the pan. Place them directly on to the cooling rack and finish icing. Enjoy.

    These rolls are at their best the day they are baked so try and enjoy them today.

    FOR THE ICING:
    4 oz. (1/2 cup; 115 grams) of softened cream cheese
    1 ½ cups confectioner’s sugar (powdered; icing)
    1 TBS (15 ml) milk
    1 tsp. (5 ml) vanilla extract

    Place all the ingredients in a bowl and whisk until smooth.

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    First the glass envelopes were removed from two energy inefficient incandescent light bulbs. Tungsten metal coil; the filament (which has a high surface area) has been used in these bulbs since 1906. Tungsten was chosen for its superior physical properties especially at high temperatures. Having the highest melting point of all the elements (about 3420 degrees Celsius) and relatively cheap once the process of making coils was perfected, only very small amounts are actually used in each bulb.

    The glass was removed very carefully trying to leave the tungsten filament intact and exposed. Although the glowing temperature of the tungsten filament varies with current and resistance, it can normally glow white hot in a range of 2500 to 3000 ºC.
    To observe the reaction in air, the light was switched on and the filament burnt out in under 2 seconds. The fragile tungsten filament got hot and reacted with the oxygen in the air producing tungsten oxide (white ash) and tungsten nitride breaking the circuit. This is why the bulb is sealed and contains an inert gas like nitrogen or argon inside.

    Then the bulb was replaced for a fresh one and submerged in liquid nitrogen at -196 degrees Celsius. This time when the switch was turned on the filament stayed lit giving out a very bright white light. The glow will last as long as the filament is insulated from atmospheric oxygen.

    An interesting note is that by lowering the temperature the resistance of the metal connections is lowered allowing for an even brighter output. Furthermore, the temperature of the tungsten filament gets high enough that a thin layer of nitrogen gas surrounds the filament (Leidenfrost effect) protecting it from the freezing bulk of liquid nitrogen. The glowing effect is quite spectacular!

    WARNING: Liquid nitrogen has a temp. of -196 ºC and can cause instant and severe frostbite. Possible electrocution hazard.

    REFERENCES:

    https://www.flinnsci.com/media/456273/11-liquid_nitrogen_light.pdf

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