Aluminium window door frame and glass decorative window frame
Electrophoresis aluminum profile
Electrophoresis aluminium window door frame
|Implements National Standard||GB5237.3-2008|
|Material Thickness(t)||t=1.0 / 1.1 / 1.2 mm|
|Ingot State||Nonferrous metal industrial standard YS67-93|
|Material||Aluminum Alloy 6063, 6060. 6005, 6005A, etc|
|Annealing Treatment||F, T1, T4, T5, T6, T61, T64, etc|
|Color||Silver white; Bronze; c|
|Composite Film Thickness||
Class A oxide film thickness>=10; Paint film>=12; Composite film>=21.
Class B oxide film thickness>=10; Paint film>=7; Composite film>=16.
|Corrosion-resistant; Acid resistant; Alkali-resistant; Salt-tolerant; Smooth and shining.|
|Length||Normal length 6m|
1. Pearl cotton foam for each profile;
2. Wrap with shrink film exterior;
3. Packed according to customer request.
Providing colorful products with various mechanical performances to
adapt all kinds of architectural styles
It's golden yellow and titanium
Golden electrolytic coloring is given priority to with KMnO4 system, its craft is: 7 ~ 12 g/LKMnO4, 25 ~ 35 g/LH2SO4, additive in 15 ~ 25 g/L, temperature 15 ~ 40 ℃, 7 ~ 10 v ac voltage, time is 2 ~ 4 min.
Titanium gold is a kind of golden hue, hence also called "K gold". Its main components are selenoic acid, which is highly toxic and expensive and less applied.
Process: skim - water - alkali corrosion - water - water - the light - water - water - anodized to water, pure water to wash to the electrolytic coloring - water - hot water wash, cold water wash - electrophoresis - RO1 washing - RO2 washing to waterlogging caused by excessive rainfall, baking (180 ℃, 25 ~ 30 min)
Electrophoresis equipment mainly includes electrophoresis trough, circulating system, refined recovery system, power supply, baking system and so on
electrophoretic coating and composite film
Aluminum main ingredients for acrylic resin, electrophoretic coating and inorganic and organic amine alkali as neutralizing agent, curing agent for melamine formaldehyde resin, including paints, solvents, additives and other ingredients. In the early days, it was mainly transparent varnish, which later developed the sublight (extinction) paint, white paint and color paint. At present, it is still most common to use transparent varnish, while sublight and color electrophoresis are seldom used.
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