New Arrival China Brushed aluminum sheet/Coil for Botswana Manufacturers
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|Item||brushed aluminium sheet ,brush aluminum coil|
|Standard||ASTM AISI, SUS, EN, JIS, DIN, GB ASME|
|Other Material||1060, 1050, 1070, 1100, 3003, 3004, 5052,
5652, 5154, 5254, 5454, 5083, 5086, 5056,
5456, 2024, 2014, 6061, 6063. etc
|Width||500mm,1000mm,220mm, 250mm,1500mm,or be required|
|Length||1000mm,2000mm,2440mm,3000mm,3048mm,6000mm, or as required|
|1. Lighting 2, solar reflector plate
3, architectural appearance
4, interior decoration: ceiling, metope, furniture, cabinets and so on
6, plate, nameplate, bags
7, automotive interior and exterior decoration 8. Interior decoration: such as photo frame
9, household appliances, refrigerator, microwave oven, audio
10. Aerospace and military aspects, such as China’s
current large aircraft, the shenzhou spacecraft series, satellite, etc.
11, machinery parts processing, mold manufacturing
12, chemical/insulation pipeline coating
When a butane lighter is brought in contact with aluminum foil an interesting result happens. The foil form a very weak mesh that crumbles upon touching but still has the appearance of aluminum. It may be the result of completely oxidizing the aluminum but I don’t have an idea why the mesh is formed. Any ideas are welcome.
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The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the Royal Air Force and many other Allied countries during and after the Second World War. The Spitfire was built in many variants, using several wing configurations, and was produced in greater numbers than any other British aircraft. It was also the only British fighter to be in continuous production throughout the war. The Spitfire continues to be a popular aircraft, with approximately 55 Spitfires being airworthy, while many more are static exhibits in aviation museums all over the world.
The Spitfire was designed as a short-range, high-performance interceptor aircraft by R. J. Mitchell, chief designer at Supermarine Aviation Works (which operated as a subsidiary of Vickers-Armstrong from 1928). In accordance with its role as an interceptor, Mitchell designed the Spitfire’s distinctive elliptical wing to have the thinnest possible cross-section; this thin wing enabled the Spitfire to have a higher top speed than several contemporary fighters, including the Hawker Hurricane. Mitchell continued to refine the design until his death from cancer in 1937, whereupon his colleague Joseph Smith took over as chief designer, overseeing the development of the Spitfire through its multitude of variants.
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