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|Item Name:||Aluminum Expanded Mesh||Hole Shape:||Customized|
|Factory:||Huijin Wire Mesh Co., Ltd||Certificate:||ISO9001:2008|
|Advantage:||Elegant,Sound Proof,Efficient,Environmental||Project:||UIC Singapore, Russian Federation Building And So On|
|Surface Treatment:||Painting,Powder Coating,Fluorocarbon Spraying||Material:||Aluminum, Aluminum Alloy Sheet, Copper Sheet|
aluminium mesh sheet,
aluminum expanded metal sheet
A1060 Facade Decoration Powder Coating Aluminum Expanded Mesh Cladding
General Production Information
Facade cladding is extremely important both for functional and for aesthetical reasons. Vertical external cladding is a filter, a physical bordering, it's a way the building mingles with the environment and it influences the perception we get from the building. Depending on the geographic area, the use, the climate, the design and the budget we can choose from several types of facade cladding. Metal panels, holed and ashlared sheets and metal mesh to make complete facades.
As one of the important facade technical elements in high-rise buildings, expanded aluminum mesh cladding is widely used because of its simple structure, soundproofing, fireproof and easy instrallation. Ares metal is a professional steel mesh manufacturer with 33 years of OEM history. Mainly provide the panel part for the Facade cladding. The panel of the aluminum mesh cladding is mainly welding composed of steel mesh and frame.
Ares metal can provide surface treatments such as painting, anodizing and fluorocarbon coating. Our expanded aluminum is produced from aluminum sheet or coil that is simultaneously slit.
Material: Aluminum 1060
1060 aluminum is a 1000-series aluminum alloy: it is considered commercially pure, and is formulated for primary forming into wrought products. 1060 is the Aluminum Association (AA) designation for this material. In European standards, it will be given as EN AW-1060. A91060 is the UNS number. Additionally, the Echemical designation is Al99,6.It can have the lowest tensile strength among the 1000-series alloys in the database.
Surface Treatment: Powder Coating
Powder coating is a dry finishing process in which free-flowing, thermoplastic or thermoset powder material, rather than a liquid suspension, is applied to a surface, melted, and then allowed to dry and harden into a protective coating. Typically, the powder is applied via electrostatic spray deposition (ESD) to an electrically grounded metal substrate. Once the powder coating is completely applied to a part, it is then heat cured in an oven until the powder melts and flows together. Powder coatings can also be applied by dipping preheated parts into powder material within a fluidized bed. The powder melts and fuses with the part’s heated surface upon contact. In either case, as the part dries and cools, the cured powder forms a smooth, hard finish.
Compared to conventional liquid coating methods, powder coating offers several advantages. These include:
|Thickness||Strand Width||Hole Size|
|2.0 mm||5.0 mm||25 × 50 mm|
|2.5 mm||5.0 mm||30 × 60 mm|
|3.0 mm||5.0 - 10.0 mm||40 × 80 mm|
|2.0 - 3.0 mm||5.0 - 15.0 mm||50 × 100 mm|
|3.0 mm||20.0 - 30.0 mm||90 × 200 mm|
|3.0 mm||20.0 - 30.0 mm||100 × 250 mm|
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