AA1050 alu sheet

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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 Aluminum really stronger than steel?
MPCheu is on the right track. Bending and getting nicked so it will break quickly are different things than strength and there are many different types of strength. Previous answers are correct regarding specific strength, say yield strength per unit mass because Al is much less dense than iron (the primary component of steel). It is also worth noting that there are many different types of steels and any one of these steels can have a very large range of mechanical properties. Same is true of aluminum alloys. The reason most airplanes are made using Al alloys is all about this specific strength and it is the same reason Al alloys are being replace by composite materials which have even higher specific strengths, densities about the same as Al but with much higher strengths. hope this helps
Q:how do i get read of condensation behind aluminum siding?
Aluminum siding can be vented with round pop-in perforated vent plugs, these are very easy to install. I would really like to know how do you know there is condensation behind your siding?
Q:Can kerosene lubricate and cool aluminum coil when continuous punch?
Yes, because water and oil are not solute, but they will emulsificate.
Q:Why are the aluminum coils sticky after annealing?
There is oil or the annealing time is too long!
Q:When aluminium roll is rolled 0.14, when roll take off, loose layer how to return a responsibility?
The layers between the extrusion effect increases, there is a high speed roll out effect, so that the support of oil film between layer and layer thinning, especially edge thinning, lost support of the aluminum layer partial collapse, there is the edge of the water ripple condition serious if the aluminum layer a big part of the in-plane film thickness thinning, will occur due to the inner tension decreases, torque generated in the outer layer of the strong rolling tension, will roll toward the side with the offset, coil diameter is larger, the offset will become increasingly large, even from the reel, offset The direction is uncertain, but from the analysis of stress can be analyzed;
Q:Related technical standards of aluminium coil
GB/T 1196-2002 remelting aluminium ingotTechnical specification for dustproof and anti gas of GB/T 17397-1998 aluminium electrolysis productionFixed capacitors for use in GB/T 17208-1998 electronic equipment - Part eighteenth: Blank detail specification - non solid electrolyte sheet type aluminium fixed capacitor level E
Q:what are the safety precautions in handling Aluminum?
Aluminum as a solid is very safe; although non-nutritious (your body does not require it), its accumulation in tissues is apparently not directly harmful. Individuals who work years of their lives in handling aluminum have no higher incidence of Alzheimer's disease than those that do not. As a powder- particularly very fine powders- aluminum is extremely hazardous with respect to its combustibility, and is used in fireworks (sparklers, for example). When it burns, it is extremely hot, and extinguishing it should not be attempted without training and the correct tools- usually salt or Purple K extinguishing agent. However, it burns so quickly that it will usually be out before attempts can be made.
Q:Sodium Aluminum Silicate?
There are literally thousands of different kinds of sodium aluminum silicate, and they do not have simple formulas, because the aluminum and silicon form giant oxygen bridged anions. Most clay minerals are of this type, more or less, although potassium is more common in clays than sodium. So there is no easy way. The empirical formula is sometimes written as a ratio of Na2O to Al2O3 to SiO2, but this gives no information about the structure, only the overall composition. Look up clay minerals online. Wikipedia might be a good start. Also the website mentioned in the other answer.
Q:how to bake plaster for casting aluminum?
Plaster releases water at two points - in ordinary or accelerated drying it loses the water needed for setting and stops feeling cool and feels dry. If it is heated past 900F it loses chemically bound water and may fall apart. Aluminum melts at several hundred degrees higher than this and if the mold is intended to hold a mass of aluminum is is likely to destroy the mold. If the aluminum casting is fairly flat less of a problem. The common method for dealing with this is to add 50% silica flour (bad for lungs warning) to the dry plaster when making the mold. Then the mixed material mold can be used and preheated to take materials at least up to fused/molten glass, although the mold is commonly lost (not reusable) at these temps and just barely holds together.
Q:has anyone built an aluminum boat before?
While I have not built a john boat of aluminum, I have built or fabricated a lot of other things. If this were my project, and as it is the scoop you are talking about, not the tunnel itself. Aluminum is one of the most expansive metals, and I do not see you being able to seal a fiberglass/aluminum interface with much promise of it holding long term. I would fabricate or mold a new one of aluminum so it would have the same expansion rate as the metal around it. Electrolysis is not an issue, but I think the thermal expansion difference would be on the seals. good luck on your project, sounds fun.

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