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Manufacturer for Cable Aluminum Foil to Slovakia Importers

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"Quality first, Honesty as base, Sincere service and mutual profit" is our idea, in order to develop continuously and pursue the excellence for Manufacturer for Cable Aluminum Foil to Slovakia Importers, As we are moving forward, we keep an eye on our ever-expanding product range and make improvement to our services.


Technical Specifications of Cable Aluminum Foil:
♦ Thickness: 0.009-0.03mm
♦ Width: 250-1280mm
♦ Material (alloy): 8011
♦ Aluminum is lighter in weight and more cost effective than copper.
♦ Thicker film substrates provide higher dielectric and tensile strength.
♦ Thicker foil substrates provide higher conductivity and tensile strength, and lower signal attenuation.
Tips: product width size is divided according to customers’ needs.

Alloy Temper Thickness(mm) Width(mm) I.D.(mm) O.D.(mm) Thickness Tolerance(%) Length Lightness
1050 O 0.01-0.3 300 76 500 ≤5 COIL ≤60
1060 O 0.01-0.3 300 76 500 ≤5 COIL ≤60
8011 O 0.01-0.3 300 76 500 ≤5 COIL ≤60

Cable Aluminum Foil Application:
Mainly used in construction ,decoration ,packing ,printing, cover material ,piping, electronic, elements, refrigeration, air condition, automobile ,etc.
We possess advanced composite machine and cutting machine, we can cut aluminum foil mylar to the width of 5mm to 1.5m. The main composite materials are PE, PET, BOPP etc.

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    If you ever find any kind of epoxy on the market that is specified to be heat resistant up to more than 315°C, then I would be happy if you could let us know about it in the comment section as it does appear that high temperature epoxies are quite difficult to find.

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    I have made several videos before where I have had to fix up other people’s mistakes that they have made during their repair attempts, and this repair only adds on to the list.
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    As always, comments and questions regarding this repair are always welcome.

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