A1060 Colorful Powder Coating Expanded Aluminum Mesh For Curtain
General Production Information
As one of the important facade technical elements in high-rise
buildings, aluminum mesh curtain wall system is widely used because
of its simple structure, soundproofing, fireproof and easy
installation. Ares metal is a professional steel mesh manufacturer
with 33 years of OEM history. Mainly provide the panel part of the
curtain wall system. The panel of the aluminum mesh curtain wall 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 and stretched to form a rigid mesh with
shaped openings. We provide standard 3D, falttened 2D, in diamond,
square, round hexagonal and architectural patterns. All offer
various controlled openings and come in either sheet or coil sizes
to meet your product specifications. We expand most aluminum alloys
into mesh from foils to plate.
Then, relying on advanced welding bending and punching equipment,
we can complete the depth processing of the frame.
The unitized curtain wall system custom designed by our customers
which is easy to transport and install. This does not require
exterior supports like cranes or scaffolding. Only mini cranes or a
temporary hoist can be held over floor to keep it help during
This system gains advantage of faster construction and higher
quality because of factory manufacturing.
Material: Aluminum 1060
Material characteristics: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:
- More durable coatings
- Capabilities for thicker and specialty finishes
- Less environmental impact
- More efficient curing and drying processes
- Greater material utilization
|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|
- We have the capability to customize any size or opening style to
meet your specific needs.
- We have a mature R&D team to upgrade our technology.
- We have 33 years of production management experience, and a
complete manufacturing chain.