AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction

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1.Structure of AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction Description

AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction has great ductility, heat conductivity, anti-corrosion and moisture resistance properties.

AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction is widely used for PP cap stock, hot rolled thick plate, PS base plate, aluminum curtain wall base plate, the traffic sign ,air-conditioner heat and exchangers, food container, household foil, pharmaceutical packing, cigarettes packing.

2.Main Features of AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction

•    Superior quality of raw material

•    Reasonable and stable chemical composition

•    Accurate tolerance

•    Goode mechanical property

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AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction

AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction

AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction

4.AA1100 Aluminum Coils used on Construction Specification

Alloy

A1070

Temper

H14, H16, H18, H22, H24, H26, H32, O/F

Thickness

0.2mm -- 100mm

Width

30mm -- 1700mm

Standard

GB/T 3880-2006,EN,ASTM,JIS

5. FAQ of AA1100 Aluminum Coils used on Construction

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Customers are welcome to our mill to visit and check the products. Besides, we can arrange a third party to test AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction.

B.When will you deliver the products?

AA1070 Aluminum Coils used on Construction will be delivered within 35 days after receiving advanced payment or original L/C.

 

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Q:best place to find aluminum?
TRY A LOCAL HARDWARE STORE
Q:Explain these statements about Aluminium.?
a) Aluminium forms oxide on its surface thus protecting it. This protective oxides help the inner part being corroded / reacted . Its highly maliable and dectile property is also good. Thats why !!!!!!!! b) For making thermal insulators, i think, thin layers (maliability) of aluminium is using, where in between the layers the trapped air which is a poor thermal conductors, which gives the property.
Q:Is Aluminum really stronger than steel?
Steel has roughly twice the strength of aluminum but is three times as a heavy. So, you can build an aluminum component that is stronger than a similar weight steel component. But, if you were looking at two similar sized components, then the one made from steel would be stronger.
Q:Why does aluminum foil burn in a microwave but not in the oven?
Aluminum foil doesn't actually burn in the microwave. What you are seeing is called the electro-magnetic effect. Microwaves travel as particles called photons, and when those photons hit your aluminum, they collide with the aluminum atoms and create extra electrons. Now, in larger pieces of metal, like a fork or a thermos, these electrons are distributed throughout the bulk of the object, but on thin pieces of conductive metals, like aluminum foil or gold plating, these electrons quickly build up a significant electric charge. What happens next is the same thing that happens when you drag your sock feet across the carpet in the winter and shock someone with the static charge. Sparks begin jumping from one part of the foil to another, or from the foil to the microwave itself. These sparks can cause a fire and ruin your microwave oven, to say nothing of your poor baked potato. Conventional ovens do not use microwaves, but rather just heat up the foil. Aluminum won't catch fire no matter how hot you get it, although it will eventually melt. But it is unlikely that your conventional oven will ever become that hot.
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:how do you make aluminum rock hard?
use a hard alloy like 7075 and heat treat it
Q:Less energy ~ Aluminum metal vs the ore?
in order to extract the raw aluminum, you have to heat everything and melt it first, then remove the stuff that precipitates out as it cools or forms via chemical reaction with catalysts you introduce. With aluminum cans, you don't have to raise the temperature much above the melting point of aluminum, since it's already the substance in the can with the highest melting point. With aluminum ore, there can be anything in the ore with pretty much any melting point. In particular, if the ore contains an alloy of aluminum and a metal with a higher melting point than aluminum, then rest assured, you will have to raise the temperature of the ore above the melting point of aluminum in order to melt that alloy, In any case, because the maximum required temperature of the smelter needed to melt used aluminum cans is necessarily lower than the maximum temperature required to work with the ore, less energy is required to get aluminum from used cans than from ore.
Q:mass of 3.45 moles of Aluminum sulfate?
Aluminum sulfate is Al2S3, so you got two atoms of aluminum and three of oxygen. Hence the molar mass of aluminum sulfate is: 2X16 (two times molar mass of oxygen) + 3X32 (three times molar mass of sulfur). Keep in mind that the molar mass of an elements equals its mass number. We have 128 grams per mole or 128 pounds per lb-mol. Since you have 3.45 moles of Al2S3 you just have to do 3.45 times 128 = 441.6 grams
Q:Difference between aluminium roll gate and iron roll gate
Structurally, there is no difference, but the aluminum roll gate weight is light, the motor needs little effect, save power; and the iron roll gate weight, motor power, electricity, but the door of high strength, better safety performance.
Q:how is aluminum formed?
I don't think any significant quantity of aluminum is produced by reduction with carbon - aluminum is too reactive for this to give a good yield. Instead, the metal is produced by electrolysis in the Hall-Heroult process. First, aluminum ore is processed to aluminum oxide in the Bayer process. This ore, bauxite, consists of aluminum oxides and hydroxides with some impurities, mostly iron oxides. The aluminum oxide/hydroxides are dissolved with concentrated sodium hydroxide in water. Iron oxides and hydroxides do not dissolve, and are filtered out. AlOOH (insoluble in water) + NaOH + H2O ----- NaAl(OH)4 (soluble in water) Neutralizing or cooling this solution will cause aluminum hydroxide to precipitate out. This is then heated strongly to drive off water and produce aluminum oxide. 2Al(OH)3 ----- Al2O3 + 3H2O This aluminum oxide can be melted and then electrolyzed to make the metal and oxygen gas. However, the melting point of aluminum oxide is very high, so it is dissolved in molten cryolite (Na3AlF6), which has a lower melting point. This is then electrolyzed, and molten aluminum collects at the bottom of the cell (cathode), where it can be drawn off. Because the oxygen that would be formed will attack most metal electrodes, a sacrificial carbon electrode is used for the anode and is oxidized to CO2. Very small amounts of aluminum metal occur in nature - it is usually found in association with fossil fuel deposits (which provide the reduced carbon necessary to reduce aluminum minerals).

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