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supply Mill-finished / coated aluminum plate/sheet/ coil:


Alloy: AA1050,1060,1100,1200,2024,3003,3304,3005,3015,5052,5086,5754,5083,6061,7050,7475,8011, etc


Temper: O, H14/16/18/22/24/32/ H112/H321/T6,T851,T7451,T7351, etc


Thickness: 0.02mm—20mm


Width: 100mm—2000mm (Can be slitted)


Notice: PE coating / PVDF coating / Embossment can be done if required.


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Q:Aluminum head question?
just put them on
Q:How do I remove aluminum powder that is dissolved in water?
Aluminum does not dissolve in water. In the presence of oxygen (and water), it becomes Aluminum Hydroxide which is worthless pyrotechnically. To boil the water off without heat, use a vacuum pump. You may be involving yourself in a very dangerous enterprise, especially since you don't seem to know anything about chemistry. If you are experimenting, I would keep the quantities very low, a gram or so.
Q:On the 4 roller aluminium rolling mill, there will always be dents and pressing pits on the backup roll 10
Substandard products how to leave the factory, if not for external reasons, that is, when the design and installation of bearings, specifically, you find manufacturers to come to repair
Q:What are the differences between aluminum coil 3003h24 and 3a21h14?
The mechanical property references of rolled plate 3003 H24and 3A21 H14 are as follows: 3003 H24--Rm/MPa≧140-180;Rp0.2/MPa≧115;A(%)≧1-5(thickness 0.2mm-4.5mm)3A12 H14--Rm/MPa≧145-215;A(%)≧6
Q:Why does the end face of aluminum coil have grease spots?
Process one without coolant to see whether there are spots. There is a layer of alumina membrane on the blank face of aluminum coil, which will react with basic coolant when heating through processing.
Q:Aluminum casting?
How long are the pins? have you considered casting the pins along with the rest of the part? or is that what you are asking, it sounds, like you are talking about loading pins into the mold and having the cast spine bond with them. What casting process are you using, or are you even using a casting now, or is the spine currently rolled or extruded shapes? As mentioned on RCM, the pins will no longer be T6 after casting, if you need the T6 temper the part will have to be heat treated.
Q:why is copper better than aluminum?
I think the major characteristic of copper, when compared to aluminum, is copper's lack of chemical reactivity. When someone mines for copper, you dig out actual pieces of copper metal, which are then cleaned and purified. No one goes mining for aluminum because there is no metal in the ground. Aluminum is so chemically reactive that in a short period of time (by this I mean years, so the short is a relative term compared to copper), all the aluminum metal will react and the metal will be destroyed. Aluminum metal used to be so difficult to make (you have to do it chemically because you can't dig it out of the ground), that kings would serve their important guests on gold and silver plates, but their REALLY important guests got served on aluminum plates. One note on the reactivity of aluminum. Soda cans (made of aluminum) have a thin plastic film which coats the inside of the can, do so as to protect the metal from the chemical action of the soda. If this film were not there, the acidic soda would react with the can in a matter of hours or days and form a hole through which the contents of the can would drain out. Not good!
Q:Will aluminum heads increase my hp?
The material is not what establishes the performance. It is the shape, design, and volume of air flow through the ports. Editorial: If this persuit is all about the hobby--- have fun. Don't expect to make your money back on this car if you ever sell it though. In fact such modifications may reduce resale value. Editorial ended. Aluminum is easier to machine than cast iron and this is the biggest reason you find some high-performance heads in aluminum. A completely special designed part can be more easily machined, even from solid aluminum billet. Cast iron usually requires compromise in terms of being able to actually cast the raw part itself with roughed out shape in the sand mold. Even then if aluminum is sand-cast it is still easier to machine and clean up-- especially for low volume production. So you see many high-perf heads are aluminum. Its not the aluminum that does the job--- it is the design itself. Aluminum has better thermal conductivity for cooling, but that is not always an advantage when matching up to a cast iron block. It is a side consideration-- the shape of the combustion chamber and valve position and ports is what gets it done. Some engine makes have very good cast-iron performance heads that are factory proven and usually less trouble (like leaking head gaskets and all) than similar aluminum heads. Depending upon the make of engine you are working with, there are books, parts lists, and so on for various build-ups for performance. They list part numbers, advantages and disadvantages and so forth. Do a search on-line and it will be worth it to have the reference in hand. Summit Racing might be one place to start. If you have a particular part in mind, you can find the original specs from the manufacturer with some guidance to compare to their other parts and what are the advantages-disadvantages.
Q:The export aluminum volume is CIF. If there is no insurance policy, how will the customs premium be collected?
The customs will not charge your premium the premium you can write but if you are a refund if there will be some impact because of the tax rebate minus the freight and insurance premium so you consider the premium but you can write less Never mind if you need shipping or shipping insurance declaration business can contact me oh
Q:IS aluminium oxide passive (non-reactive) (plz read below too)?
Not sure. Maybe because Na K are more active than Aluminum.

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