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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:||Anode Anodizing||Material:||Aluminum 5052|
aluminium expanded mesh,
aluminum expanded metal sheet
A5052 Anode Anodizing Aluminum Expanded Mesh For Building Cladding Facade
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 5052
5052 aluminum plate is mainly used for the requirements of high plasticity and good weldability, such as transport vehicles, ship sheet metal parts, instrumentation, street lamp brackets and rivets, hardware products, electrical enclosures. As a typical rust-proof aluminum plate, it is also often used in ship operating tables.
5052 advantages of marine aluminum:
Surface Treatment: Anode Anodizing
Aluminum anodizing is the electrochemical process that produces a stable film of aluminum oxide on the surface of the aluminum part at room temperature. The oxidation that occurs during the anodizing process creates an extremely hard and abrasion-resistant surface, increasing durability and corrosion resistance.
Why Anodize: Anodizing vs. Powder Coating
|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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