Standard Collocation Aluminum Profiles For Most Types Casement
Windows 6063 T5 White Paint Color
In appearance, the difference between casement windows and sliding
windows mainly lies in the collocation with the overall style of
the building. Casement windows can make any line facade effect
because of their greater flexibility of grid division. For large
grid French windows, the opening fan only accounts for a small part
of the whole window, so it is more suitable for high-end buildings
with strict requirements for the overall effect of the building,
Especially in line with the architect's pursuit of large grid,
spacious and bright, transparent effect, the appearance of
harmonious and smooth building. The sliding window can only be
opened horizontally, so it is difficult to match with the fixed
glass with large division. Generally, it is more suitable for the
factory buildings or rural family buildings with clear horizontal
and vertical lines.
Aluminum alloy casement window and sliding window sound insulation
effect which is good? The first is the difference in glass
material. Generally, the glass of casement window is obviously
thicker than that of ordinary aluminum alloy sliding window; The
second is the window frame, because the aluminum alloy casement
window is the letter slot like window frame, so the bite is closer
when closing; The third is the fixed way, because the casement
window does not need the loose leaf, so it will not shake and
loosen. The sound is generated and transmitted by vibration, so its
stability hinders the sound transmission; Finally, the structure,
aluminum alloy casement window is usually a double-layer structure,
the air layer between the glass effectively hindered the
transmission of sound, so the sound insulation effect is better
than aluminum alloy sliding window.
Powder Coated Types:
1: Air spraying method. The powder coating is placed in the spray
gun, and the coating is adsorbed on the surface of preheated
aluminum profile by the adsorption force of compressed air. The
powder is melted on the surface of aluminum profile. Thermoplastic
and thermosetting powder can be used. If it is thermosetting
powder, it should be solidified in the oven. This spraying method
is suitable for the surface of small aluminum profile.
2: Fluidized bed dip coating method. The aluminum profile is
preheated first, and then immersed in a powder coating fluidized
bed to melt the powder to the surface of the aluminum profile.
Thermoplastic and thermosetting powder can be used. If it is
thermosetting powder, it should also be solidified in the oven.
This spraying method is suitable for small aluminum profile surface
with thick film, as well as medium-sized pipes or metal mesh, which
can be fully dip coated.
3: Electrostatic powder spraying. This is a widely used powder
spraying method at present. It uses the principle of electrostatic
adsorption, so that the powder coating under electrostatic
induction can be adsorbed on the surface of aluminum profiles with
opposite charges. Both hot spraying and cold spraying can be used.
After spraying, it needs to be dried in the baking oven. This
spraying method is suitable for the surface of aluminum profiles
with different sizes and shapes, and uses thermoplastic and
thermosetting powders Fine.
4: Electrostatic fluidized bed dip coating method. This spraying
method combines the fluidized bed dip coating method and
electrostatic powder spraying method, using thermoplastic and
thermosetting powder, which is suitable for the mass production of
small aluminum profiles with film thickness less than 150 μ M.
5: Electric field corona coating method. The thermoplastic or
thermosetting powder is placed between two parallel electrodes to
make the powder coating charged, and the coating material is passed
through between the electrodes to make its surface absorb the
powder. A fluidized bed is placed under the device, and the
spraying material is sprayed from the nozzle of the ejector, which
is suitable for spraying small aluminum profiles with thin coating
(10-20 μ m).
Aluminum Profiles Features:
Aluminum profile is often used because of its excellent
conductivity. On the basis of equal weight, the conductivity of
aluminum is nearly twice that of copper.
The thermal conductivity of aluminum alloy is about 50-60% of that
of copper, which is beneficial to the manufacture of heat
exchangers, evaporators, heating appliances, cooking utensils, as
well as the cylinder head and radiator of automobiles.
Aluminum profile is non ferromagnetic, which is an important
characteristic for electrical industry and electronic industry.
Aluminum profiles are not self ignitable, which is important for
applications involving handling or contacting flammable and
The machinability of aluminum profile is excellent. In all kinds of
wrought and cast aluminum alloys, as well as in all kinds of states
of these alloys, the machining characteristics change greatly,
which requires special machine tools or technology.
Specific tensile strength, yield strength, ductility and
corresponding work hardening rate control the variation of
Aluminum is highly recyclable, and there is almost no difference
between recycled aluminum and primary aluminum.
|Description||Standard Collocation Aluminum Profiles For Most Types Casement
Windows 6063 T5 White Paint Color|
|Material Thickness(t)||0.8-2.0 mm|
|Materiral||aluminum alloy 6063|
|Color||Wood, Silver White ,Bronze , Champagne, Black, (RAL series)etc.|
|Surface Treatment||anodized, powder coated, electrophoresis, wood grain, polished and
|Shape||Square, Round, Flat, Oval, and according to customer's drawing.|
|Length||Normal length=6m or in customer's order|
|Usage||Building, Production Line, Decoration, Industrial, Transportation,
Door and window, etc.|
|Package||1. Pearl cotton foam for each profile;|
2. Wrap with shrink film exterior;
3. Packed according to customer request.
|Advantages/Features||Providing colorful products with various mechanical|
performances to adapt all kinds of architectural styles
Aluminum Door Frame Description
Interior: Non Finger-Jointed Pine or finger-jointed core with non
finger-jointed Pine veneer; optional non finger-jointed Douglas Fir
or finger-jointed core with non finger-jointed Douglas Fir veneer;
optional non finger-jointed White Oak or finger-jointed with non
finger-jointed Oak veneer; non finger-jointed Cherry or
finger-jointed core with Cherry veneer; non finger-jointed Mahogany
or finger-jointed core with non finger-jointed Mahogany veneer; non
finger-jointed Vertical Grain Douglas Fir or finger-jointed with
non finger-jointed Vertical Grain Douglas Fir veneer.
Kiln-dried to moisture content no greater than twelve (12) percent
at the time of fabrication
Water repellant preservative treated in accordance with WDMA I.S.4.
Frame exterior aluminum clad with 0.050 inch (1.3mm) thick extruded
Frame thickness: 1 3/16” (30mm)
Frame depth for full frame units have an overall 5 21/32” jamb
(144mm). 4 9/16” (116mm) jamb depth from the nailing fin plane to
the interior face of the frame for new construction
Frame depth for replacement frame units have an overall 3 ¼” jamb
(83mm) for replacement application and 2 3/16” (56mm) jamb depth
from the nailing fin plane to the interior face of the frame for
Frame bevel: Standard is no bevel, optional available are 8 degree
and 14 degree bevel (replacement frame only)