Come and find out if the aluminum-magnesium-manganese plate is amazing

Aluminum-magnesium-manganese plate is a cost-effective roof exterior wall material. Aluminum alloys are widely used in the construction industry. Modern buildings have played an important role in the development of comfortable and durable economic and environmental protection Buddhism. Starting from the advantages of impregnation resistance, easy installation, welding and processing, it is widely used in the design of building structures, and roof exterior wall materials with a service life of more than 50 years. Today we will learn more about aluminum-magnesium-manganese plate.

Advantages of aluminum-magnesium-manganese plate

Light weight. Only 1/3 of steel, aluminum has a density of 2.73 t/m.

High strength. High strength can be achieved through the preparation, processing and heat treatment of ingredients.

Corrosion resistance. The formed oxide layer can prevent metal oxidation and rust, has self-anti-rust ability, and has good acid and alkali resistance.

Various surface treatments and beautiful appearance. Anodizing, electrophoresis, chemical treatment, grinding, etc.

Good plasticity and easy processing.

Good electrical conductivity. Non-magnetization and low discharge sensitivity can prevent electromagnetic interference and reduce flammability in special environments.

Easy installation. Aluminum metal can be connected by various methods such as welding and bonding.

Environmentally friendly, up to 100% recycling.

Classification of aluminum-magnesium-manganese plates

At present, the types of aluminum-magnesium-manganese plates commonly used in engineering are primary color hammer pattern Stucco and Emboss. The main purpose of hammer pattern is to improve the rigidity of aluminum-magnesium-manganese plates, prevent light pollution, prevent more uniform oxidation, paint coating: good color difference control, uniform coating film, high quality stability, environmental protection, etc.

Aluminum-magnesium-manganese panels are widely used in roof and wall systems of buildings such as aircraft maintenance depots, stations and large transportation centers, airport terminals, conference and exhibition centers, gymnasium exhibition halls, and large public entertainment facilities. At present, aluminum-magnesium-manganese panels are widely used.