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Aluminium Pre Anodized Sheet

Aluminium Pre Anodized Sheet
Aluminium Pre Anodized Sheet
Product Code : 16
Product Description

Empowered by our modern infrastructure and ample workforce, we have mustered up in manufacturing and supplying superior quality Aluminium Pre Anodized Sheet. Designed in conformance with international quality standards, this pre anodized sheet provides enormous reflection beam of fluorescent light and laser beams. To ensure zero defects to the environmental conditions, each of the sheets is stringently checked on various quality testing parameters. Our offered Aluminium Pre Anodized Sheet is thus handy in electrical, semiconductor, and telecommunication industries and nuclear reactors.
Features:

  • Excellent radiation beam
  • Ultraviolet stability
  • High endurance against environmental hazards


Other details:

Aluminium Pre Anodized Sheet(Reflected Sheet)

Pre-anodized aluminium has been the main reflector material for fluorescent lighting for the past 40 years and with good reason. It offers an excellent combination of high reflection and durability in a large range of finishes and qualities to suit most applications. Anodizing can be carried out economically without damage to the environment and reflectors are fully recyclable as the anodized layer forms only a tiny fraction of the product weight. It is a material with a proven record of durability; stact has been importing pre anodized strip for lighting since 1982 and there are reflectors made from the original sacall products still in use today.

Lighting

Lighting refers to either artificial light sources such as lamps or to natural illumination of interiors from daylight. Lighting represents a major component of energy consumption, accounting for a significant part of all energy consumed worldwide.

Reflection

Reflection is the change in direction of a wave front, at an interface between two dissimilar media, so that the wave front returns into the medium from which it originated. Common examples include the reflection of light, sound and water waves.
Reflection of light may be specular (that is, mirror-like) or diffuse (that is, not retaining the image, only the energy) depending on the nature of the interface.

Diffuse reflection

In a plain mirror, a parallel beam of light changes its direction as a whole, while still remaining parallel; the images formed by a plain mirror are virtual images, of the same size as the original object.

Reflection of light may be specular (that is, mirror-like) or diffuse (that is, not retaining the image, only the energy) depending on the nature of the interface.

Specular reflection

In specular reflective aluminium, a beam of light reflects off the surface at an angle of reflection that is equal to its angle of incidence. That is, if the beam of light is shining on the surface at a 30° angle from vertical, then it reflects from the point of incidence at a 30° angle from vertical in the opposite direction.