AA 3003 stucco embossed aluminium sheet

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supply Mill-finished / coated aluminum 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: 0.02mm20mm


Width: 100mm2000mm (Can be slitted)


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


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Q:How to calculate the length of aluminum sheet with the thickness known?
Thickness*width*length=weight/density, length=weight/(density*thickness*width). Ps: Keep unit the same.
Q:Atoms in Aluminum?
What you want to do is determine the mass of the piece of aluminum foil and then convert that to number of atoms. I'll give some pointers and you can fill in the rest: 1. Calculate the mass of the foil: a. Convert the length and width of the foil into centimeters. b. Convert the thickness of the foil into centimeters. Use your 0.141 mm figure. c. Now multiply the length times width times the height to give you the volume in centimeters. d. Now multiply this volume calculated in step c times the density of aluminum. That will give you the mass of your piece of foil. 2. Convert this mass into number of atoms. a. From the periodic table you know that there are 26.982 grams per mole of Al b. There are 6.02 x 10^23 atoms in a mole. c. So, take the mass calculated in Part 1 and divide it by 26.982 grams per mole of Al. That will give you the number of moles of Al in your piece of foil. d. Now take this number of moles and multiply it by 6.02 x 10^23 atoms in a mole, and that will give you the number of atoms in your piece of foil.
Q:Another spear question, how strong would aluminum be?
nice question dear.. but strength is depend upon the hardness of material.. if that spear's shaft is hollow it can withstand up to certain level only for slow strikes.. but shaft is a rod hopefully i can say block using that even with a basic katana and Axe.. and one more thing your should strike as sparring and for fighting..
Q:Why are hard drives made of aluminum?
first I am guessing weight as there are 6 discs in there and just whipping them up to speed of 16000RPM takes some power. And the magnetic factor would play a roll at that speed and you would lose data.. It is not aluminum...it is aluminum alloy. Steel is not cheaper. And as temperatures change the steel would expand more than the aluminum alloy and you would lose your data as it has moved. Just a guess.
Q:Foods containing aluminium?
commonly adjuvants have aluminum in them
Q:What is virgin aluminum?
pure aluminum that has never been recycled. it must be 100% and contain no recycled filler. in the 80's a lot of car manufacturers advertised it was used, as some people thought rust could live in aluminum and survive the recycling process. dumb anuses, it's not the aluminum that rusts. just a thought but try googling ipsco steel or hudson bay mining and smelting. something sounds like alumicor would be the best but i don't recall the name.
Q:What kind of sensor is appropriate for aluminum coil thickness measurement?
Use two sensors of ZLDS10X series to make a thickness gauge
Q:aluminum can recycling?
Aluminum is not biodegradable. Also making aluminum from ore requires a lot of energy. Recycling cans is easy and saves a whole lot of energy reducing green house gases. Recycling aluminum also reduces the mining required to dig up aluminum ore thereby saving the land and stopping pollution from mine run-off.
Q:Does Aluminum absorb Radio waves?
Aluminum reflects radio waves; it does not absorb them.
Q:is a stainless steel cookware set with an aluminum core fine for cooking?
The aluminum is encased in the stainless steel, usually as a thick disk in the bottom. It is an excellent conductor of heat and holds the heat well once it gets hot. All you see is the stainless, none of the aluminum because it's between two layers of stainless in the bottom of the pots. You are right, you don't want food cooked in straight aluminum, some metal taste can transfer to certain foods. That won't happen with stainless.

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