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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:Is stainless steel harder than aluminum?
It depends. If you are talking about pure Al, then yes, any SS alloy is harder than pure Al. However... There are a huge range of stainless steel alloys and they can be processed in ways which produce a large range of hardness. Similarly, there are a huge range of Al alloys with a huge range of hardness values. If you are really interested in hardness values, you need to be specific about which materials you are talking about.
Q:Aluminium free baking powder?
Q:Can you get aluminum poisoning?
Aluminium can accumulate in the brain possibly causing alzheimers. If you inhaled it it would poison you and damage your lungs, if you got it in your body it would damage your skin, possibly cause an infection and the cut might not heal. Aluminium is a solid so how could you accidently get it in your body unless you have been melting it etc? If it wasn't solid it would burn you if you got it on your skin. You can only inhale vapours not a metal. If you ate it then it would probably damage or clog up your insides otherwise just pass out in a stool, depends how much you ate. People eat from aluminium and touch it every day so it is not dangerous to be in contact with.
Q:aluminum nitrate in water: neutral, basic, or acidic?
Aluminum nitrate is the salt produced by the reaction of aluminum hydroxide and nitric acid. Nitric acid is a strong acid. Aluminum hydroxide is a realtively weak base. So the salt will be acidic.
Q:A good way to clean aluminum?
Bare aluminum surfaces tend to corrode and go dull when left exposed to the air. That's just the way things are. If you want. you could use a lot of elbow grease and a metal polishing compound like Simichrome to shine up your manifold, then spray it with clear-coat paint to help keep it bright. Just be sure that if you do use clear-coat paint, that it will stand up to the high temperatures of your engine compartment.
Q:Aluminum Frame M1911 question...?
I have two concerns about using an aluminum frame for that caliber. First, and like everyone else who answered, I don't think it will stand up to the .38 Super +P for very long (and I wouldn't want to be around when it fails). Second, the reason I believe the frame will not last nearly as long as a steel or stainless (my personal suggestion) frame is that the grooves the slide fits and rides in will wear and enlarge MUCH faster than a steel or stainless frame will. This will, in my opinion, also quickly have an adverse affect on accuracy. Aluminum has it's place, but I don't think it's anywhere near this kind of firearm. On a side note, one of the other people who answered said that the aluminum will offer some corrosion resistance. This may generally be true, but salt water (like sweat) attacks aluminum significantly faster than it does steel, and stainless steel is almost non-reactive to it. If he wants a lighter gun for carry, Try an XD45. If I remember right they are rated for .45 +P, but call Springfield Armory to make sure. With the polymer frame they are much lighter than a 1911, and I have been very satisfied with the accuracy and the reliability of mine. Personally, I don't think the weight savings of the alloy frame is worth the extra care to keep from sweating on it or the much shorter lifespan the gun will likely have. If he isn't planning on carrying it, what is the point of lightening the gun? He'll feel a lot more recoil, especially if he does shoot the +P ammo.
Q:Real World: Steel or Aluminum for Heat?
Increasing heat temperature (Highest point) must be less than melting point of the Aluminum (1221 degree Fahrenheit).Now factor of the weight and stabilizing is important to choose the metal in that section .Aluminum is like fire cricket during melting and if be in flounce of the over heating my cause lot of damages .
Q:modeling aluminum?
Do not try this at home! Seriously, this is exactly the kind of process that is used for casting metals. However, you need to have very strong molds with no cracks in them. Also, aluminum presents special problems. Solid aluminum does not corrode the way iron does, because it very quickly forms a protective tough layer of aluminum oxide. But molten aluminum can catch fire, with devastating consequences.
Q:Help!!!!!! Questions about Aluminium?
1) From What does aluminium derive its name? Ancient Greeks and Romans used aluminium salts as dyeing mordants and as astringents for dressing wounds; alum is still used as a styptic. In 1761 Guyton de Morveau suggested calling the base alum alumine. In 1808, Humphry Davy identified the existence of a metal base of alum, which he at first termed alumium and later aluminum . The earliest citation given in the Oxford English Dictionary for any word used as a name for this element is alumium, which British chemist and inventor Humphry Davy employed in 1808 for the metal he was trying to isolate electrolytically from the mineral alumina. 2)From which ore is aluminium extracted? Bauxite 3)Which country produces more aluminium than any other? China 4)An American and French scientist both patented the current process used to produce aluminium, what were there names? Hall and Héroult 5)Who is credited with having been first to produce metallic aluminium? Friedrich Wöhler
Q:Can the displacement sensor be used for real-time measurement of the aluminum coil thickness?
Yes, you can use two sensors to measure thickness, either contact sensor or laser sensor

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