3mm Thickness Cost Price Embossed Aluminum Sheet

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Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series,4000 Series,5000 Series,6000 Series,7000 Series,2000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated,Embossed,Anodized,Polished,Mill Finish,Color Coated,Oxidized,Enameled Wire,Brushed,Printed,Composited,Holographic Impression,Sand Blasted,Powder Coating Shape: Angle,Square,T-Profile,Round,Flat,Rectangular,Oval,Hexagonal
Temper: T3-T8,O-H112,T351-T651,T351-T851,Soft,Half Hard,Hard Application: Liner & Wad,Decorations,Door & Window,Heat Sink,Transportation Tools,Glass Wall,Food,Kitchen Use,Pharmaceutical,Seal & Closure,Insulation Material,Label & Tag

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Description of 3mm Thickness Cost Price Embossed Aluminum Sheet

 

Alloy

Temper

Specification(mm)

Thickness

Width

Length

Embossing 

Depth

Surface 

Treatment

1050, 1060, 

1100, 1070, 

3003, 3105,

 etc.

O, H12, H14, 

H16, H18, H22, 

H24, H26, H32, 

etc.

0.25~2.0

≤1250

As per customer’s
  requirements  

0.08~0.25 

Mill Finish, 

Bright Finish, 

Anodized, 

Color Coated 

Tolerance 

 Thickness

(base materials)

 Thickness

Embossing 

Depth 

 Width

 Length

Diagonal   

 0.25~0.5

 0~0.05

+/- 0.01

+/-0.5 

+/- 1.0 

+/- 1.5  

 > 0.5~2.0

0~0.10 

 +/- 0.02

+/-1.0 

 +/- 1.5

+/- 2  

We can produce as per customers’   special requirements.

 

 

Chemical composition of 3mm Thickness Cost Price Embossed Aluminum Sheet


Alloy

Si

Fe

Cu

Mn

Mg

Cr

Ni

Zn

Ti


Other

Min Al/ %

Single

Total

3003

0.6

0.7

0.05-0.20

1.0-1.5

-

-

-

0.10

-

-

0.05

0.15

Remain

3004

0.3

0.7

0.25

1.0-1.5

0.8-1.3

0.15

-

0.25

-

-

0.05

0.15

Remain


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FAQ

--Q: Do you provide free samples?

--A: Yes, free samples will be sent to you on freight at destination.

 

--Q: Can I get your latest products catalogue?

--A: Yes, it will be sent to you in no time.

 

--Q: What is the MOQ?

--A: 2 tons

 

--Q: What are your payment terms?

--A: We accept L/C, T/T.

 

--Q: What kinds of alloy can you supply?

--A: 1000 series: 1050, 1060, 1070, 1100, 1145, 1200

      3000 series: 3003, 3004, 3105, 3104

      5000 series: 5052, 5083, 5754, 5182

      6000 series: 6061, 6063, 6062, 6063

      8000 series: 8011, 8021

 

--Q: What kinds of temper can you supply?

--A: O-H112: O,H12,H14,H16,H18,H22,H24,H26,H,32,H34,H111,H112

        T3, T4, T6

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