AA5182 Aluminium Coils for Can End Stock

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20 m.t.
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50000 m.t./month

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Grade: 5000 Series Surface Treatment: Powder Coating Shape: Rectangular
Temper: H19 Application: Seal & Closure

Product Description:

1.Structure of Aluminium Can End Stock

Aluminium Coils for aluminium can end stock is one semi-finished aluminium material. This strip can be used to produce aluminium tab for beverage can. The alloy AA5182 is widly used in can tab, end and can body. Its weight is much lower than steel. So many customers choosed aluminium material instead of steel.

2. Main features of Aluminium Can End Stock

a.Competitive price---We have our own mills and can produce mill finished aluminium coils, so we can control the production cost better.

b.Professional after-sale service---We have more than 15 years exportation experience and you need not worry about the exporation problems.

c.Fast delivery time---We can control the delivery time within 35 days.


3. Image of Aluminium End Stock

AA5182 Aluminium Coils for Can End Stock

AA5182 Aluminium Coils for Can End Stock

AA5182 Aluminium Coils for Can End Stock



4. Product Specification of Aluminium End Stock

AlloyTemperThicknessWidth
Weight
AA5182H190.22mm-0.26mm600mm-2000mm2tons


5.FAQ of Aluminium End Stock

What is the quality standard?

---Usually our standard is GB3880-2006

What is the largest width?

---It is 2300mm

What is the MOQ?

---Usually we can accept 20 tons.




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Q:Aluminum vs Wood?
I don't have any particular beef against aluminum bats, but I also don't think they add anything to the game. If wooden bats are safer, then go with them, I say.
Q:Does molten aluminum stick to steel?
Aluminium and iron are pretty incompatible materials, they don't form an alloy I don't think, so it is unlikely they would stick. Also, both metals will get an oxide layer on the surface which should keep them separate. Try it! If the finished part does stick, try heating the aluminium then dip the steel rod in some ice water.
Q:are non aluminum grinders better?
they can be made outta plastic or wood, prboably something else..but i can't thnk of it. ive had a plastic 1 and it still worked great..even though it was the ch eapest grinder in the store. so..personal preference really. gl
Q:what kind of abradant should be used in the deburring of aluminum sheets? How to grind?
we usually use resin grind stone to grind aluminum sheets, Vibration Grinding Mill is also ok.
Q:is aluminum foil spacer poisonous after heating?
many baked food will use aluminum foil.
Q:As for cast aluminum sheet or wrought one, which one has faster heat conduction?
1,duralumin: it's the alloy of aluminum, copper, magnesium, manganese and other metals. it's suitable for compacting by rolling, and it has a higher strength and hardness than common aluminum products. 2, aluminum: it contains many inpurities, is crisp and easy to be smashed.cast aluminum usually is secondary aluminum, and it is produced by remelting the collected old aluminum pots and spoons.3, wrought aluminum: it contains 98% aluminum and 2% or more inpurities, and is comparatively pure aluminum. its soft priority makes it suitable for being pressed into various shapes, aluminum pots,aluminum lunch box,aluminum sheets,aluminum wires,aluminum pipes are all made by wrought aluminum.you will know their defferences from their definition.
Q:old aluminum bike?
Aluminum frames can last a really long time. But it depends more on how they were ridden and what kind of conditions they have seen than age. For example, I would never by a frame from a current bike racer even if it's only a year or two old. That frames seen a lot of stress and been put through a lot. Now a frame that my dad has had in the garage for the last 10 years hardly ridden, it's still practically new. That's a different story. I would recommend taking it to a local bike shop and having them look it over. This will actually achieve two things. 1. It'll let you know what kind of condition the frame is in. And 2. It'll help you build a relationship with your local shop and community. Keep in mind, that some shops aren't worth going to because they'll hassle you and tell you it's too old and you need new this and that. While some or all of that might be true, how they tell you will clue you into how they treat their customers. I've worked in the cycling industry for 10+ years and I can tell you that the condition of the frame is a case by case scenario. As such, you should have someone with some experience look it over.
Q:please suggest metal similar to aluminium with casting properties?
Aluminum is lousy for casting because it shrinks and tears. However you can add about 2% finely divided steel and get a useable alloy. It is better to use what everybody else uses: pot metal. Any junk yard can provide an endless supply of carburetor bodies which you can melt at fairly low temperatures and get nice strong castings. If you can locate some ancient floppy drives or dot matrix printers you will get a prettier alloy.
Q:Steel or aluminum alloy rims?
Aluminum rims are a whole lot better on the mechanical stand point, they are lighter, usually stronger (depending on the alloy) and they allow for better heat disapation. Lighter rims will save gas money (nothing you will notice, maybe an extra mile/tank, if that). Depending on the alloy used in the aluminum rims, they are usually stronger and can take more froce abuse, just as long as they don't get scuffed up, ect. With the better heat disapation. When the brakes heat up, the heat is sent out ever direction, mostly through metal. Aluminum (alloy) is a great conductor of heat. So when the brakes heat up, the aluminum rims will absord much of this heat, and the outside air will be able to cool the rim faster then the brakes themselves, but the brakes will stay cooler this way. Brakes that are running cooler, will last longer then brakes running hot. You will have less of a chance of brake fade a condition where the brakes get to a point of being to hot, they don't function at all, or its hard to stop the vehicle. It will also extend the brakes over all life, in some cases up to 40-50%. I had stock steel rims in my truck, small rims for a small truck, and whenever I was doing highway driving, i would get brake fade under high speed braking. When I switched to aluminum rims, I have not had brake fade since, I don't know about the life on the pads, as I switched the rims, before I wore a set down. I picked up a set of 4 5spoke rims from an Explorer and put them on my ranger, I paid $80 for the 4 and they look in pretty good shape, little corrosion. A down side to aluminum rims is corrosion, they corrode easier, and can cuase discolouration of the rim itself, or can cause leaky tires if it corrodes around the bead seat, which it usually does. Its a fair trade off however.
Q:aluminum cans?
No, Ed. 1 billion seconds = 31.69 years, so it was the spring of 1976. Also 1 billion minutes ago = about 1901.3 years ago, so Christ would have been about 100. But I digress... Anyway, let's say the average aluminum can is 4.9 tall (I measured a Coke can). 5 billion cans would be 24.5 billion inches tall. This would be 386,679 miles. This would be from the Earth to the moon (about 250,000 miles) and halfway back again!

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