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This series coated aluminum coil provided by Mintai includes 1100, 1050, 1070 series, etc. The 1050, 1060 and 1070 series are representative series.

1000 Coated Aluminum Coil Features
♦ Alloy:1050 1060 1070 1100 1200 1235 etc.
♦ Temper:O,H12,H22,H14,H24,H16,H26,H18
♦ Thickness:0.20-100mm
♦ This coated aluminum coil, which is also called  prepainted aluminum coil, has the highest aluminum content among all the series produced by Mintai. Its aluminum content can be more than 99.00%.
♦ As no other techniques are involved in the production, the production procedure is single and the price is cheap. It is a commonly used coated aluminum coil in conventional industries.
♦ The last two numbers in serial number are used to determine the lowest aluminum content of this series. For example, in the 1050 series, the last two numbers are 50 and according to corresponding international standard, the aluminum content has to reach 99.5% or more. In GB/T3880-2006, the technical standard of aluminum alloy in China, 1050 series also means the aluminum content has to reach 99.5%. Similarly, the aluminum content of 1060 series coated aluminum coil has to reach 99.6% or more.

As a professional manufacturer and supplier of 1000 coated aluminum coil based in China, apart from coated aluminum coil, we also provide aluminum sheet, aluminium slit coil, aluminum strip, anodising aluminum sheet, diamond aluminum tread plate, aluminum coil, and more. For further information on any of our products, please feel free to contact us.

1000 Coated Aluminum Coil Appearance:
Cutting edge flat,clean, without burrs/raw edges/included side/ pyramid/bagginess/protruded tube core/arrow/layer covered/forward slash/bumping injury.

1000 Coated Aluminum Coil Appearance quality:
♦ Aluminum surface is very flat
♦ Aluminum surface is clean, with no corrosion freckled/grease stains/wrinkling/slotting/scratching/light or dark line/glue or roller vestige/vibration marks and diagonal.
♦ Aluminum foil is with no lightning spot/rolling mark/sand print and black line.
♦ Finished aluminium foil surface is without yellow grease stains/oil viscosity/bubbling and teared appearance.
♦ Surface wrinkle situation fit to state standard.

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  • Perpetual Motion Holder (PMH Leedskalnina) w kształcie podkowy z poprzeczką łączącą oraz z rurami z aluminium o ściance 1,5mm, czyli grubszego niż poprzednie puszki alu.
    PMH teraz trzyma o wiele mocniej. Na pewno te ŚWIDERKI magnetyzmu “N” i “S” oraz “Neutral” Leedskalnina dają tę siłę i pewnie moc oraz energię, a pobierją tylko impulsa.
    To PMH nawet utrzymało też dodatkowo człowieka, czyli w sumie ponad 85kg obciążenia z naciskiem prowizorycznym (czyli brak dokładnego pionowego zwisu). Pewnie ta energia jest z eteru oraz z próżni. Czyli nawet niezagruby magnes neodymowy nie ma takiej mocy.
    Rurki alu dał do badań dobry wynalazca fajnych matrycowych kolumn głośnikowych –
    Czyli to PMH ma pewnie darmoowej energii, że hoho i nawet gry online nie dadzą takich efektów, bo tu fajny real.
    Edward Leedskalnin zbudował samodzielnie CORAL CASTLE z ogromnych skał, bo dzięki tym zjawiskom plus akustyka śppiewania przenosił ogrmone skały po 35 ton własnymi rękami – antygrawitacja.
    Czyli napęd do elektrycznych samochodów EV na Free Energy jest do zrealizowania, a najlepiej do PRAWIDŁOWO SKONSTRUOWANEGO.
    Należy jeszcze wynaleźć zastosowanie do AMERYKANKI pobierającej energię z pionowego wiatraka VAWT i do tego najlepszy jest PRAWIDŁOWY SAVONIUS, bo tylko taki i pionowy jest zdrowy oraz sprawny, a także i wydajny.
    Nawet gadżety do gier online nie dadzą takich extra efektów.
    Czyli ta moda jest trendy – 21. wiek – widać moc.
    Prace badawczo-rozwojowe, B+R, B&R, R&D – uzyskuje się efekty, że hoho.

    Video slideshow that outlines how to repair sheet metal. This demonstration was done on a lawn tractor mower deck, but the same principles can be applied to auto body work on vehicles. Most automotive body panels do use a thinner gauge steel, so when welding, more care will have to be taken to reduce the amount of heat distortion. In the video I did use a flux core mig welder, but an argon unit can be used as well.

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    Tools/Supplies Needed:
    -angle grinder
    -angle grinder cutting disks
    -angle grinder flap wheels
    -locking pliers
    -mig welder
    -welding shield
    -welding gloves
    -paint marker
    -wire brush
    -220 grit sandpaper
    -paint brush
    -safety glasses
    -replacement metal
    -propane torch
    -adjustable wrench
    -clean cloth

    -determine to what extent the metal is damaged
    -remove the rusty soft/thin areas will allow for a solid area to weld the patch to and also reduces the chance of having the welder burn through the existing steel
    -cut out the damaged area using a grinder equipped with cutting disks
    -start by forming the new metal to replace the damaged area
    -sometimes it is easier to form the replacement metal first before cutting out the damaged area, but the damaged area should still be in reasonable condition to copy the shape or contours
    -to form the replacement pieces I used a couple concrete blocks, along with some wood for forming, along with the assistance of a hammer, adjustable wrench, and propane torch
    -forming metal will vary depending on what you are trying to achieve
    -for my repair I first bent the metal patches, then made relief cuts using the angle grinder with cutting disks so I could form multiple contours
    -once finished forming the patches, ensure they fit and remove excessive material from the original panel if needed (it’s better to have more newer metal in a patch repair)
    -use the flap wheel for the angle grinder to remove any existing rust or paint to prepare for welding
    -fit the patch into place, use locking pliers to hold it into place
    -ground the mig welder onto the piece, select a proper heat range
    -first tack the replacement piece into place, applying a tack weld every one to two inches
    -adjust piece when needed using a hammer, ensuring the edge lines up correctly
    -once the piece is held in, then continue with short welds about one inch in length in various areas
    -do no run one continuous weld as this will cause warpage
    -allow the metal to cool if need
    -once the welding has finished, use the flap wheel on the angle grinder to smoothen out the welds
    -finally to finish up, for my repair I used a wire brush to clean the mower deck removing any loose rust and paint
    -finish up with 220 grit sandpaper to smoothen out the surface
    -I wiped down the mower deck with a clean cloth and degreaser
    -then applied a farm equipment paint using a brush to the whole mower deck

    The cuts in the one rounded patch allows for the piece to be bent into two different directions to match the contour of the mower deck.
    Grind the paint off around the area where the patch will be welded to. This will ensure that welder is able to arc on the existing surface properly.

    The tack welds hold the piece in place and allow me to align the patch to the existing surface. For the welding, I used a small flux core mig welder.

    Running small/short (approx. 1″ length) welding beads reduces the amount of distortion within the sheet metal which is caused by excessive heat. This will have to be adjusted accordingly depending on the gauge/thickness of steel.

    For grinding down the welds I used the angle grinder with standard grinding disc for the higher areas and a flap disc to smoothen the surface.

    For paint, I used low gloss black farm equipment painted which I brushed on.

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