1100-H22 Aluminium Sheet And Aluminium Slab

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Payment Terms:
Min Order Qty:
5 m.t
Supply Capability:
5000 m.t/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

1.Structure of Product Description

There are many different grades, such as: 1000 series, 2000 series,

The detailed grade are as follows: 1010, 1050,1060,1100, 2024, 3003, 3005, 3105, 5052,5754,5083,6061,6063,8011, etc.

The temper is include H14, H22, H24, H44,H112,H114,etc.

2. Main features of the product

a.Competitive price

b.Frist-Class Service.

c. Shortest service.

3. Image.

1100-H22 Aluminium Sheet And Aluminium Slab


4. Product detailed sizes:

1250mm*2500mm,1500mm*3000mm, etc.

5. FAQ:

What is the quality standard?

---Usually our standard is GB3880-2006 or others.

What is the width range?

---It is from 1000mm to 2500mm, etc.

What is the length range:

---It is from 2000mm to 6000mm, etc.


Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:Aluminum and its compounds?
1) Aluminum forms a natural oxide coating in air that is very unreactive, so when you put it from air into water, nothing happens. 2) Mercury chloride reacts with the aluminum to form an amalgam (mercury-aluminum alloy) and is very reactive. 3) Amphoteric behavior 4) No idea. Check you textbook or class notes. 5) No idea. 6) To form aluminum sulfate
Q:Blocking thermal imaging with glass or aluminum foil?
Yes you can better with aluminum foil and somewhat little with glass. Thermal imaging takes a heat image based on an object radiating out more heat than it's background. The heat is all in the infrared so does not depend on visible light Aluminum foil is very effective in radiating back infrared waves, and very little infrared will pass thru the foil. Glass will let about 90 percent come thru, but it depends on the angle of incidence, with higher angles reflecting more infra red. But Stand in front of a window with the sun shining in, and you see how much infrared from the sun you can feel on your skin . Foil is probably about 95 % effective in reflecting infrared, depending on how shiny it is. In real life situations that is why the inside of thermos bottles are shiny aluminum (or silver) to reflect infrared heat, and fireman wear aluminum suits into fires to protect from the radiant heat ,which is the infrared. So if you wore an aluminized or silverized suit , a thermal imaging device would have a hard time seeing you from the background radiation given off by other objects. You have to give off more radiant heat than surrounding objects to be noticed by a thermal camera
Q:Can aluminum plate resist acid and alkali?
The metal oxide film changes the surface state and properties, such as surface coloring, corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance and hardness, and metal surface protection. For example, aluminum anodizing, the aluminum alloy placed in the corresponding electrolyte (such as sulfuric acid, chromic acid, oxalic acid, etc.) as an anode, under certain conditions and applied electricity under the electrolysis. Anodized aluminum or its alloy, formed on the surface of alumina thin layer, its thickness is 5~20 microns, anodized aluminum or its alloy. Therefore, the surface hardness and wear resistance of the aluminum alloy were greatly improved by the treatment process.Shanghai Ai Li AI metal materials, dedicated to serve you.
Q:Why does Aluminum rust is electron orbitals?
'Rusting' commonly refers to the corrosion (oxidation) of iron so when talking about other metals, it is better to use the term 'corrosion' or 'oxidation'. Aluminum can corrode and the fact that it has a general oxidation number of +3 doesn't really matter. Many elements which have a charge that is different from +2 can oxidize. Alkali metals for instance (which have a charge of +1) can oxidize. Lithium can form lithium oxide (Li2O), sodium can form sodium oxide (Na2O) and so on. However, aluminum is known to be quite resistant to corrosion (oxidation) because it spontaneously forms a thin (solid) oxide layer at it's surface protecting it from further oxidation whereas iron, for an example, will easily lose that thin layer (it ''peels off easily'') exposing more iron to corrosion. So since Al has a +3 charge and O has a -2 charge, you'll need 2 atoms of Al and 3 atoms of O to make an electrically neutral compound. 2 atoms of Al = +6 charge 3 atoms of O = -6 charge Hence Al2O3 which is aluminum oxide. I hope it helps.
Q:why lye and aluminum shouldn't be mixed?
This exact question, word for word, was asked and answered 7 months ago. See my source for the answer. And find something better to do than reposting old questions.
Q:How many molecules are in 1 square foot of aluminum foil?
Since aluminum foil is an amalgamation of various metals you would first need to know the full chemical breakdown in order to determine how many molecules there are in a square foot of aluminum foil. That said, if your foil was 100% aluminum, you could determine the number of AL atoms by first determining the mass of the foil and dividing by the molecular weight of AL. Multiply that by 6.022 x 10^23 to determine the number of atoms.
Q:Where does China make aluminum plate?
In many parts of the country have aluminum factory, the old state-owned enterprises have 101, SWA aluminum plant, located in the southwest, northeast china. The emerging aluminum processing base in Henan, due to resource advantages, the largest aluminum factory, the price is relatively low.
Q:3003H24 alloy aluminum plate refers to what kind of aluminum plate?
Attached: O status: fully annealed to obtain the lowest strength of the processing products. 8 state: hard working state (9)To sum up: 3003 refers to the aluminum manganese alloy, H24 represents the process of rolling, through incomplete annealing to achieve the specified strength, hardness of an aluminum substrate. In addition to the 5 first series of aluminum magnesium alloy used in aluminum plate, the other 4 prefix silicon as the main alloying elements in zinc series, as the elements of the 7 prefix series.
Q:Are electrons in aluminum free?
Any element that allows the transfer of electrical flow to move across it usually has the characteristic of having free movement electrons in the outer shell. This is why metals are particularly good at electrical conduction. The best metal for transferring electrical charge is silver followed by copper and then aluminum. Much electrical wire is made from pure aluminum because it is cheaper than copper or silver and the resistance to flow is only slightly lower than copper. The electrons in the outer shells are still bound to the aluminum nucleus but they are free to accept a charge from neighboring aluminum atoms and transfer that charge to the next aluminum in the electrical flow. This is basically the definition of electrical resistance. Copper performs this transfer more efficiently than aluminum so it's electrical resistivity is less than aluminums. But in both base metals, the outer electrons never leave the atom, they simply transfer their charge to the next atom in line
Q:Which kind of glue can bond two pieces of aluminum sheets?
glass sealant

1. Manufacturer Overview

Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range