Intercooler Welding Aluminum Tube
|FOB Price:||US $6.25 / Kg|
|Min. Order:||500 Kg|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|500 Kg||US $6.25/ Kg|
|Production Capacity:||500 Tons Per Month|
|Transport Package:||Best Suitable Packing Way|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, D/P, Money Gram, Western Union|
- Model NO.: wat1010
- Surface Treatment: Original
- Alloy: Alloy
- Alloy Number: AA3003/4343/7072,etc.
- Width: 15 to 50 mm
- Wall Thickness: 0.25 to 0.5 mm
- Twist: Max 1mm Per 1 Meter Length
- Pressure Tightness: Over 3.7 MPa
- Origin: Jiangsu, China
- Shape: Square,Rectangle,Round,etc.
- Grade: 3000 Series or 4000 Series
- Temper: O - H112
- Length: up to 5000 mm
- Height: 1.5 to 5 mm
- Depth of Curvature: Max 2mm Per 1 Meter Length
- Flatness: Max 2mm Per 1 Meter Length
- Application: Auto Heat Exchanger
|No.||Classificaiton||Layer||Alloy Number||Cladding Ratio|
|2. Product size and tolerance|
|2.1||Width (mm)||15 to 50||within ±0.08|
|2.2||Height (mm)||1.5 to 5||±0.06|
|2.3||Wall Thickness (mm)||0.25 to 0.5||±0.015|
|3. Chemical composition for alloys|
|No.||AA number||Chemical Composition (%)|
|4. Mechanical properties|
|No.||Alloy number||Temper||Yield Strength|
|4.1||3003||O||35||95-135||10||Auto. Heat exchanger welded tube|
|4.2||3003||H12||90||120-175||0.5||Auto. Heat exchanger welded tube|
|4.3||3003||H14||125||145-200||0.5||Auto. Heat exchanger welded tube|
|4.4||3003||H24||125||145-205||6||Auto. Heat exchanger welded tube|
|4.5||4343||O||35||95-150||8||Auto. Heat exchanger welded tube|
|4.6||4343||H14||120||140-200||0.5||Auto. Heat exchanger welded tube|
|5. Surface finish and other properties|
|5.1||Surface finish||a. shall be free from pinholes and tearing; b. shall be free from waves and buckles; c. shall be bright,clear from dirts|
|5.2||Depth of Curvature||In any length of 1 meter of the material,the depth of arc shall not exceed 2mm|
|5.3||Twist||In any length of 1 meter of the material,the depth of arc shall not exceed 1mm|
|5.4||Flatness||In any length of 1 meter of the material,the depth of arc shall not exceed 2mm|
|5.5||Pressure tightness||Over 3.7 Mpa|
|6. Packing,Shipping and others|
|6.1||Packing||To be packed in wooden crate with polythene cover for water protection|
|6.2||Marking||Each box to be legibly marked with the name of the manufacturer or supplier, the alloy designation of material,condition,dimensions and weight|
|6.3||Shipping tools||Ship goods by van to departune port then by sea to desitination port|
|6.4||Quantity variation||±10% variation with order quantity shall be acceptable|
|7.Quality management and spot management|
|7.1||Quality control||1. Quality assurance|
a. Incoming material quality assurance; b. Process quality assurance; c. First sample quality assurance; d. Final quality assurance.
2. Process management-The right results are from the right process
a. Production process card control; b. Standard operational procedure;c.Job certification;d. Quality chart monitor.
3. Equipment and facility management
a. Periodic maintenance; b.Preventative maintenance.
4. Mold management
a. Mold life management; b.Periodic and preventative maintenance; c. Periodic inspection.
|7.2||Inspection Tools||Altimeter,Vernier caliper,Micrometer,3D coordinate measuring instrument|
|7.3||Spot management||"5S" management (sort,set in order,shine,standard,sustainable).|
8. Introduction to pipe welding
Pipe welding generally refers to a set of professional skills used for the joining of pieces of metal. Welding is one of the most cost-efficient means of joining multiple sections of pipe and involves heating pieces of metal and joining them so that the resulting product becomes a single piece of metal. This task generally requires welders to learn several methods of connecting pipes and to understand the factors that affect the quality of the connections that they intend to make. Many of the individuals who engage in pipe welding are professionals who specialize in this area of metal work, and they are usually certified.
Although many individuals may have the ability to weld pipes, the tasks are often reserved for those who are certified. This is because pipes are often used to transport hazardous materials, which can pose a risk to individuals and the surrounding environment if connections or repairs are not done properly. Errors, even when non-hazardous material is concerned, can also be very problematic. Certification generally involves passing a number of tests, which tends to require a person to master several welding techniques in advance.