AA1060 aluminium coil

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2000 MTS stock with a complete range of specification
aa1060 aluminum sheet coil
Reasonable price, quickly delivery


Specification

Name: 1000 series aluminum coil

Alloy: 1050, 1060, 1100, 1200 etc.

Temper: O, H12, H22, H14, H24, H26, H18 etc.

Thickness: 0.2-5mm

Width: Up to 1800mm

Weight: 5-6 tons per coil

Surface treatment: mill finished, anodized, embossed, PVC coated

Feature

Price is much more competitive than that of other series.

Satisfy regular industrial process of stamping, drawing with good elongation, tensile strength and high formability.

Great plasticity, corrosion resistance, electrical conductiviy and termal conductivity.

Easy to be welded.

Easy to be pressure processed, extended and bent.

Application

Sign board, Advertising board, Building decoration, Car body, Cooking utensil, Lamp holder, Fan leaf, Electrical part, Chemical instrument, Machined part, Deep-drawn or spinned part, Welded part, Heat exchanger, Clock surface, Decotation, Reflective instrument etc.


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Q:What is the best electrode to stick weld aluminum?
Aluminum will oxidize quickly when it is heated in the air. You must have an inert gas around the weld when you are working it. A wire feed or T I G system is better than a stick machine. I suggest you do a lot of reading about aluminum and how to it is welded before you buy any tools. For small repairs that do not require much strength J B Weld will work.
Q:Chem Help: Ionization energies for aluminum?
aluminum forms an ion by loosing electrons. once an electron is lost, the nucleus attains net positive charge. as a result, the remaining electrons are strongly held by nuclea force of attraction, hence more energy is required to remove them.
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.
Q:aluminum for thermite?
In 35+ years of demonstrating the thermite reaction, I have used fine aluminium powder to quite visible small bits. The proportions don't seem too critical, but try and keep near the amounts represented by the balanced eqtn. The difficult bit is getting the wretched stuff to ignite. With some mixes several strands of magnesium ribbon as fuse still wouldn't get it to ignite. I found a pile of 'ignition powder' at the base of the Mg often helped. There was a good commercial one available in the UK but I often made one up, main ingredients barium peroxide and magnesium powder, about 50/50. Needless to say, ignite with this mix where you won't breathe any nasty fumes. To get a good result, if I didn't use a proper crucible, I shaped one of Al foil about the capacity of 2-3 eggcups. This was put on sand in a big coffee tin, then more sand added to fill round the sides. This would give a good amount of iron. I once made the mistake of rushing in too quickly to get out the red hot iron.... and completely melted the ends of a large pair of Nickel tongs!
Q:What is the top dollar payed for a gallon of aluminum tabs?
Aluminum is not sold by the gallon, it is sold by the pound, so you need to weigh what you have to determine what it is worth. Aluminum is not expensive, so the price you can expect is around 30 to 60 cents per pound.. Contact local recycling centers near you to find out what the going rate for is in your area.
Q:Domestic production of color coated aluminum coil manufacturers which good?
Color coated aluminum coil has two kinds of polyester color coating and fluorocarbon coating.
Q:Which side of the aluminium foil is correct?
not usually too big a deal either way really, but make absolutely sure you NEVER use it in a microwave as bill suggested!!!
Q:aluminum vs carbon fiber ?
CF is always more expensive - mostly because of production costs. Aluminum can be bent, machined, and extruded - all relatively cheap processes. CF has to be molded and typically requires a long cure time - so, slow and expensive. CF has higher strength to weight ratio - so if you're building an airplane or other thing where weight is critical... But, the strength thing is really complicated - how far does either deflect under a given load? And is deflection a good thing as in, say, a carbon fiber fly rod. At the deflection limit what happens? Aluminum takes a permanent bend, carbon fiber shatters. An aluminum car fender given a small bump will dent - a carbon fiber one will bounce back without a scratch. Given a larger bump the aluminum will dent more and the carbon fiber one will shatter. And while we're talking about bending - aluminum will 'cold work' - that is if you bend it back and forth and back and forth a zillion times first it becomes harder, then more brittle, then it breaks. Carbon fiber designs can be made to flex repetitively for much longer. Then there's heat issues. Aluminum can take a lot of heat. CF is actually 'composite construction' where some plastic (polyester resin, epoxy resin, etc) is required to bind the fibers together. All of these resins have different chractersitics when heated, but most of them have a Tg (temp at which they start to deform) of maybe 250 F or, for some hgih end epoxy resins, maybe 400 F - epoxy that can handle higher heat than that gets both expensive and difficult/dangerous to work with. So, carbon fiber leadin edges on the wing of an airplane that is designed to go supersonic might not be such a good idea. There's definitely no simple answer to this question.
Q:How heavy and long is the aluminum rolling on average?
On average it is 5 or 6 tons, and you can weigh specific ones. The length = weight/(width*thickness*density).
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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