Wholesale price for Aluminum Sheet Embossed to Hongkong Importers

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1. Tolerance:

Thickness tolerance +/-1.5%, width tolerance +/-1mm

 

2. Application and Usage:

Building Material, Insulation, Shoes &Tents Eyes, Corner Beads, Automotive Industrial, POP Can Bottle and Cap, Deep-Proceeding Case, light industry, TV back board, Street Sign, PP caps, Cell mask and so on.

 

3. Surfact Quality:

Be free from Oil Stain, Dent, Inclusion, Scratches, Stain, Oxide Discoloration, Breaks, Corrosion, Roll Marks, Dirt Streaks and other defect which will interfere with use,

4. Mechenical Property:

Chemical Composite and Mechanical Property could meet the requirements of GB/T, ASTM, ENAW, and JIS Standard

 

5. Packing:

First, plastic cloth with drying agent inside;
Second, Pearl Wool;
Third, wooden cases with dry agent, fumigation wooden pallets, aluminum surface could cover blue PVC film

 

6. Certificate: 

ISO9001:2008, SGS and ROHS (if client request, paid by client), MTC(plant provided), Certificate of Origin(FORM A, FORM E, CO),  Bureau VERITAS and SGS (if client request, paid by client), CIQS certificate

 

7. Month Capacity: 

20000MT/Month

  

8. Trade Terms: 

EXW, FOB, CIF, CNF

 

9. Payment: 

T/T or L/C at sight 

Basic information

Embossed Aluminum Coil/Sheet

Main Specification

Alloy

AA1xxx (AA1050, AA1060, AA1070, AA1100 etc.)

AA3xxx (AA3003, AA3004, AA3005, AA3105 etc.)

AA5xxx, AA6XXX (AA5052,AA5083, AA5754, AA6061, AA6062 etc.)

AA8xxx(AA8011, AA8006 etc.)

Temper

H14,H16, H18, H22, H24, H26, H32,O/F, T4, T6, T651

Thickmess

0.04mm-10mm

Width

30mm-1700mm

Standard

GB/T 3880-2006/ASTM

Special specification is available on customer’s requirement

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    Hi, it’s Mark from Top Local Lead Generation. We’re here today talking with David Fairbairn of Fairbairn Inspections in Vancouver and we’re going to cover a very interesting topic, aluminum wiring. How are you doing today David?

    David: Hey, I’m good Mark. Are you ready to talk about electrical safety?

    Mark: Yeah, so I guess we’re in a spot where we can actually see an electrical panel where you are today, so aluminum wiring, what year was aluminum wire sort of started to be installed in homes?

    David: Just for today we’re actually looking at an electrical panel. This house was built in the mid 80’s. You’re not going to find aluminum wiring in a house built in the 80’s. Aluminum wiring was used from the mid 60’s to the mid, late 70’s and I’ve seen it as late as about 77, 78 and here’s a thing about it, because it was manufactured and installed around this time it doesn’t necessarily mean it stopped after the 70’s, I’ve actually seen back stock of it used in unpermitted work. Sometimes it’s an electrician whose got a bunch of extra in his truck and he’s going to throw it into your panel so that’s why you always have to check every single panel even if it’s from the mid 80’s, I always pull them open and once or twice I found old aluminum but the main thing it was used from the mid 60’s to mid 70’s.

    Mark: So why are we even concerned about aluminum wiring?

    David: Well we are concerned about aluminum wiring as it overheats so the draw with aluminum wiring was that it was cheap and it’s exactly as easy to install as copper was, you know, as copper prices rose we said hey you know, let’s actually start using aluminum, it’s a lot cheaper, you can wire a whole house for a lot less than you can with copper and what we discovered later unfortunately was it overheats at connections, so aluminum handles current very poorly and it tends to overheat at places like we’ve got a switch, a light fixture, a junction box, those are all areas that you can actually get an overheating condition and it actually started fires and the statistic was that a home wired with aluminum wiring is 44 times more likely to have an electrical fire than a house wired with copper so you can see the statistical need to remediate aluminum wiring and for that reason let’s say you’re buying a house, a Vancouver special built in the early 70’s you know, if you’ve got aluminum wiring you’re going to have a hard time getting insurance on that house. The insurance companies understandably don’t want to see aluminum wiring in the house and if they do see it, they want to see it corrected or the house rewired.

    Mark: So how do you tell if you got it in your house?

    David: O.K. so what we’re going do is I’m going to pull up some photos of it because I want to show you what aluminum wiring looks like in a house, so let me know when you can see the photo appear that I’m going to be bringing up.

    Mark: o.k.

    David: Okay, so here we are, we’re looking at a receptacle that’s been pulled from the wall and it’s pretty easy to tell that you’ve got aluminum. Copper is kind of a shiny gold colour and aluminum is generally a silver colour so if you see this chances are you have aluminum. Now in some older houses particularly in character homes pre 1950’s you will see what’s called tin copper where they would actually take the copper, put some solder on the end of it in what’s called tinning and that can actually confuse a lot of newer inspectors and newer electrician where it actually looks like aluminum. The way to tell is that if you have a rubber jacket so here we can see black and white wired rubber jacketed, we also look at the time frame of the house and this is from a 70’s house, early 70’s house and we can see that it’s, you know if you look at the tips of the wire you can see that it’s aluminum all the way through. What we try to do, what they tried to do later, once aluminum had a bad reputation we started bringing out a new type of material called copper clad aluminum or CC8. CC8 was basically aluminum wire with a copper coating on it and it doesn’t work. The idea was that we would get the connectivity of copper without the cost of it. It doesn’t work and if you see CC8 you pretty much have to remove it. Let me go to the next slide here, this is the panel from an inspection in Richmond so this is sort of a Vancouver special in the Richmond area houses built in 72 and this is the best way to tell if you’ve got it. So go to the panel, we’re having a look at the bottom there, you can see those white wires coming out and going into that busbar, it’s sort of a horizontal bar at the bottom, that’s the best place to find aluminum.



    With a moments’ notice, I learned what I could and headed out to tackle San Bernardino Peak. The journey there involved a good amount of snow travel (read: fun in the snow). What a scenic trail this was!

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    Gear list below:

    Packed Items (Baseweight): 17.4lbs
    Worn Items: 3.2lbs
    Carried Items: 1.2lbs
    Consumables: 8.9lbs
    Total Pack Weight: 26.3lbs

    Pack
    Sierra Designs Flex Capacitor pack
    Trash compactor bag
    Daiso day pack / food bag
    Plastic bag

    Clothing & Footwear
    Tops
    Sierra Designs Long Sleeve Pack Polo
    Sierra Designs Ultralight Trench
    Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer puffy jacket
    Sierra Designs Elite DriDown Hoody
    Bottoms
    Wrangler Performance Stretch hiking pants
    ExOfficio Give-N-Go boxers
    SmartWool Merino NTS 250 baselayer bottoms
    Footwear
    Altra Lone Peak 3.0 trail runners
    Outdoor Research Sparkplug gaiters
    Defeet Wool-e-ator socks
    Reebok no-show socks
    Black Diamond Contact Strap Crampons
    DIY Crampon bag (2x plastic pouches, 1x transparent bag)
    Glasses, Hats, & Gloves
    Contact lenses
    Rewetting drops
    Scattante bliss sunglasses
    Ultimate Direction Desert Hat
    Louis Garneau short cycling gloves
    Louis Garneau long cycling gloves
    Black acrylic hat
    Trekking Poles
    Pamase carbon telescoping poles

    Shelter & Weather Protection
    Naturehike Taga 2
    Naturehike Taga tent
    Naturehike Taga poles
    Naturehike Taga guylines
    Naturehike Taga 6″ Y-stakes
    Naturehike Taga tent stuff sack
    Naturehike Taga stake stuff sack
    Naturehike Taga pole stuff sack

    Sleep System
    Enlightened Equipment Revelation 10F quilt
    Enlightened Equipment Hoodlum 0-20F
    Enlightened Equipment quilt straps
    Enlightened Equipment stuff sack
    Therm-a-rest Neoair XTherm pad & pump sack
    MEC Air Pillow & stuff sack
    Ear plugs

    Cooking Gear
    Storage
    Plastic bag
    Pots
    GSI Halulite 1.1L hard-anodized aluminum pot
    Stoves
    BRS 3000T titanium stove
    Fuel Containers
    Isobutane canister, 8 fl oz MSR
    Other
    Daiso lighter
    Snow Peak titanium spork
    Scrubbing sponge
    Biodegradable soap in small container
    Folding windscreen, for alcohol stove

    Hydration
    Smart Water 1L bottle
    Propel 750mL sport bottle
    Gatorade 750mL sport bottle
    Aquatabs water purification tablets, 20L

    Essentials
    Navigation & Safety
    Garmin Fenix 3 GPS watch
    ACR ResQLink+ PLB
    CAMP Corsa Nanotech ice axe
    Paracord, 8′
    Blue carabiner
    Victorinox swiss army knife
    FOX 40 whistle
    UST 7 stormproof matches & striker
    Sun & Bug Protection
    Neutrogena SPF 100 sunscreen
    Lip balm
    Electronics & Photography
    iPhone 7 Plus
    Energizer Vision HD+ Focus (incl. 3 AAA)
    Spare AAAs, alkaline
    Phone tripod
    Proster anemometer
    GoPro Hero 4 Silver
    GoPro mini tripod
    GoPro spare batteries
    First Aid & Repair
    Moleskin
    Bandaids
    Tegaderm
    Ibuprofen, 200mg
    Acetaminophen, 325mg
    Diphenhydramine 25mg
    Imodium (Loperamide HCl)
    Antibiotics, 0.9g bacitracin zinc
    Alcohol swabs
    Kinesio tape
    Afterbite
    Petroleum jelly
    Vaseline lotion
    Salt
    Midnight melatonin
    Sewing needle + thread
    Nitrile gloves
    Duct tape
    Tenacious tape
    Tear Aid, Type A
    CELOX 2g clotting powder
    Hygiene
    Long handle toothbrush
    Mini toothpaste
    Floss picks
    Toilet paper squares
    Purell
    Multipurpose Utility
    Paracord, 40′
    Friendly Swede white ditty sack
    Velcro strips
    Ziploc bag with ID, credit card, cash, keys

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