Aluminium Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003

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Grade: 3000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated,Mill Finish Shape: Flat
Temper: O-H112 Application: Decorations

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1.Structure of Aluminium Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003

Aluminium Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003 is one semi-finished aluminium material. The coils are widly used in the building,decoration and aluminium circle. The alloy AA3104 is one of the most common alloy in the aluminium industry. Its weight is much lower than steel. So many customers choosed aluminium material instead of steel.

2. Main features ofAluminium Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003

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 Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003

 

 

Aluminium Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003

Aluminium Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003

Aluminium Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003


4. Product Specification of Aluminium Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003


AlloyTemperThicknessWidthWeight
AA3003HO0.2MM-3MM1000-1500MMMax 3 tons


5.FAQ of Aluminium Coils for Color Coating Decoration AA3003

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 80 tons.


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Q:Aluminum knowledge. What is the model 3003 H24? What does H mean?
H: work hardening state.(1) Hxx state:H1 * - hot rolling, Zhang Liqiang; H2 * - continuous casting and rolling, Zhang Liqiang, part of the toughening; H3 * - after stress treatment, stable performance; H4 * - after paint or coating; H x 2 - 25% x 4 - H hardness; hardness 50% processing; H * 6 - 75% hardness; H * 8 - 90 more than the hardness.(2) Hxxx state:H111: suitable for the final annealing, but also a proper amount of work hardening, but the degree of hardening is not as good as the H11 state of the product.H112: for hot forming products, the mechanical properties of the condition are specified.H116: made for magnesium content more than 4% 5 * * * alloy products. These products have specified mechanical properties and anti stripping corrosion resistance requirements.
Q:What keeps things colder- plastic wrap or aluminum foil?
Aluminum foil. It is thicker, and metal retains heat/cold longer than the thin film of plastic would. I actually use both when I freeze things like lasagna...I use a layer of plastic wrap on it first, then a layer of foil over the top. It creates an extra (albeit fine) layer of insulation.
Q:Excuse me: what kind of aluminum sheet is the cheapest? Which materials are more expensive?
Among them, 3003 for aluminum manganese alloy, the lowest price in the 3 series, and then 3004.3104, for aluminum, magnesium, manganese alloy than 3003 price to be slightly higherThird bit, 5 series, i.e. aluminum magnesium alloy, such as 5005.50525083. 5005 of these prices are slightly lowerThen, the ---2 system and --4 system and --7 system of the 6 series are derived
Q:Aluminum foil's not magnetic, but it reacts to charged objects. Why is this?
Aluminum is a non-ferrous metal. Ferrous metals contain Iron which is magnetic. When aluminum has a charge applied to it, it acts like any conductor would, the charge has magnetic properties. the aluminum is still not magnetic, but it acts like a magnet due to the charge.
Q:Still aluminum in stainless steel cookware?
First of all, there is no link between health problems and aluminum. Years ago, they thought there might be a link between alzheimer's and aluminum, but that has since been disproved. Secondly, stainless steel is a poor conductor of heat. But the stainless is a great, sturdy, non-reactive metal to use for cookware. So they add aluminum or copper to it's core to help it heat properly. Copper will cost you an arm and a leg, so all other cookware uses aluminum. If you had stainless cookware with no aluminum, it would take you an hour to boil water and your food would cook terribly unevenly. The outsides would burn before the inside cooked. So no, you won't find stainless without aluminum unless it's copper cored. But again, aluminum will do you no harm. You wrap your food in tin foil, which is aluminum. You eat food that has been sitting in aluminum cans on the shelf for god knows how long. And the anti-perspirant you use every morning? Check the ingrediants. Aluminum. Right on your lymph nodes. Stop worrying. Still worrying? aluminum is basically poreless. No aluminum will leach through. You are safe.
Q:Is aluminum powder lead?
no aluminum powder is not lead. There is some lead in various cosmetics, and these would be impurities of 1 part to 1,000,000 (ppm). If you are in the US, there are documentation on cosmetics and lead for the US. www.fda.gov/Cosmetics/ProductandI... www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/Consumer...
Q:Baking brownies with aluminum foil?
Aluminum is an amazingly good conductor of heat. Which means that the bottom of the brownies will be burnt before the middles are done. I agree with others: try a parchment-paper-lined pan, or grease the pan well (use margarine spread with clean fingers or a spray), and then dust the pan with cocoa. Usually you would use flour, but that will leave a white residue on the brownies--the cocoa will blend in and actually add a bit more chocolate flavor. Or, dust with some of the cake mix before you mix up the batter. Also, be sure to let the brownies cool in the pan before you try to cut them.
Q:What is the aluminum recycling process?
First, aluminum is shredded. It is then melted and turned into molten aluminum. Once it becomes molten, the used aluminum does not differ from new aluminum. It is then molded into the new product. Recycling aluminum is much more energy efficient than melting new ore into aluminum because it takes three times the energy to produce than if it was recycled.
Q:What is aluminium oxide sheet?
The aluminum oxide plate is placed in the corresponding electrolyte (such as sulfuric acid, chromic acid, oxalic acid, etc.) as an anode, and electrolysis is carried out under certain conditions and applied current. Anodized aluminum plate on the surface of the formation of alumina thin layer, its thickness is 5~20 microns, hard anodized film up to 60~200 microns.
Q:Need help with cleaning baking aluminum pans...that are mess!!?
Do you want the lecture why you shouldn't be using aluminum utensils to cook with? Aluminum leeches out and is associated with dementia, birth defects, and heavy metal poisoning. In future, line your baking pans with parchment paper for 1) easy clean up and 2) to prevent metal leeching. Okay, now how to clean-to-gleam without scrubbing (which is pretty close to impossible). Method 1: Put your empty pans on the stove and heat them up until they are super hot (a baking sheet will need to cover two burners). Once they are really hot, stand back and pour water in them. This should at least loosen all the crud so you only need to to minimal swishing to remove most of it. Method 2: Put boiling water in your sink, a good dishwashing liquid such as Dawn de-greaser, and let your pans sit for an hour or so. Neither method will get your pans gleaming, only scrubbing will do that. But again, you don't want to scrub as you are then wearing away the surface of the metal which leads to more leeching. Many chemicals react negatively with aluminum, leaving dark stains on the metal. Mama never told you there'd be days like this because she thought you'd get yourself a set of stainless-steel Revereware cookware. Seriously, consider dumping all your aluminum (not just because of easy clean up, but for health) and replacing with stainless, glass, or steel or porcelain-coated. I know, standard baking sheets ALWAYS come in aluminum unless you're Gordon Ramsay and can afford over-the-top-quality stuff, so this is why god invented parchment paper.

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