Aluminium Cold Rolled Sheet With Best Price In Warehouse

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Grade: 1000 Series,5000 Series,6000 Series,2000 Series Surface Treatment: Embossed,Mill Finish,Oxidized,Printed,Holographic Impression Shape: Flat,Rectangular
Temper: Soft,Half Hard Application: Transportation Tools,Glass Wall,Pharmaceutical,Seal & Closure,Liner & Wad Technique: Extruded

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1.Structure of Product Description

Our CNBM's best-selling grade is aluminum sheet and cold rolled aluminum checkered sheet and mirror finished aluminum mirror sheet are all widely used in the field of construction field and decoration field, etc.

There are many different grades, FOR EXAMPLE,2000 series, 3000 series, 5000 series, 6000series,7000 series, 8000 series,etc. The detailed grade are as follows: 1010, 1050,3105, 1060,1100, 2024, 3003, 3005,7075,8011,etc.

The temper is include O,H14,F, H24, H44,H112, H114,etc.

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Aluminium Cold Rolled Sheet With Best Price In Warehouse



4. Product detailed sizes:

1000mm*2000mm, 1219mm*2438mm, at random sizes,etc.

5. FAQ:

What is the quality standard?

---Usually our standard is GB3880-2006 or others.

What is the width range?

---It is from 1000mm to 6000mm, etc.

What is the MOQ for your products yet?

---Normally it is around 7 tons/each size.

How many tons did you export in one year

Japan, UAE,Singapore,Fiji,Indonesia,Canada, Vietnam,Turkey,etc.

What is your mainly products?

---Normally they ainum sheet,smallr aluminium checkered sheet, big-5-bar checkered aluminium plate and slab, mirror finish aluminium sheet, aluminum casting coil, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

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Q:Molar mass of Aluminum Oxide?
oxide means oxygen.. atomic mass of roughly 16. Al2O3 so 2 Al which has an atomic mass of 27 each and then three O which have an atomic mass of 16 each.. so add it up and you get 102
Q:Soldering aluminum cylinder, strength?
Whether that weld will be OK depends on the diameter of the cylinder. The force on the weld will be equal to the operating pressure time the radius of the cylinder, with the wall opposite the weld have an equal force. Divide that force by the thickness of the weld to figure the stress. You want to have a safety factor of about 3. As the Bernzomatic has either a brass or aluminum head, which would melt at the temperatures which are required for true welding (melting metals so that they flow together), you will be performing brazing with a Bernzomatic. I cannot comment on the strength of the brazing bond. The thickness of the brazing metal deposit depends on the strength of the brazing alloy, which I also cannot comment on. 6061 will melt at 1206°, which you will not approach with the Bernzo kit. A blowout of a metal cylinder at 60 psi could be pretty ugly. I suggest that you befriend someone who has a TIG welder and get their help. A properly welded 1/8 thick cylinder could handle about 660 psi with no problem. If you create a lap joint, using an outer strip of aluminum, and then band your cylinder with stainless steel hose clamps, you will be relying upon the brazing only to provide a gas seal. The strength would come from the hose clamps. You still need to do some calculation on forces involved. A 1/2 wide stainless hose clamp will probably hold back about 240 lb. of force with a comfortable margin of safety.
Q:5052 can aluminum plate be machined with laser cutting machine?
Can cut, thickness less than 5, cutting edge without burr, not melt.
Q:What is the density of aluminum plate?
Pure aluminum plate density: 2.71 alloy aluminum plate density: 2.8 antirust aluminum plate density: 2.73
Q:Aluminum stock tanks for raised garden beds?
Aluminum has good corrosion resistance, it will work fine. With a big tub like that you can grow a lot of delicious veggies. Make sure you provide enough drainage for the size of the tub. Good luck and happy gardening!
Q:High quality Aluminum or Mediocre Carbon frames?
I am not sure where some of these posts came from, but from someone like myself who road cycles 6000 to 8000 miles per year and has a 3 year old carbon fiber frame, I have never had any problems with my frame... I have never heard of any carbon bike breaking unless it was in some MAJOR crash... the same crash that would destroy almost any bike (except cromealloy steel)... That being said, carbon frames are usually the lightest out there, but they can be pricey. Yes, they can be stiffer, but that is a GOOD thing because the power transfer through the drivetrain is better, especially when you have to get up out of the saddle. While riding regularly, especially on the flats, it gives a bit, providing a plush ride. I love my Specialized Roubaix Pro, pretty much everything on the bike is carbon, from the FSA cranks to the Specialized carbon stem... But be prepared to spend at least 3000 bucks to get the bike with good components. Ride safe and have fun!
Q:Will food heat up more quickly in an aluminum box or a wooden box? Why?
solid aluminum. this is because aluminum absorb more heat than wood and this heat is then transferred to the food.
Q:Using thin copper sheets and thin aluminum sheets, respectively, from heat source heat conduction to aluminum heat sink, which kind of efficiency is higher?
Copper is second only to silver as a conductor of heat. The coefficient of thermal conductivity is 398W/mK at room temperature, while aluminum is 236W/mK.The important thing is say three times: please adopt! Please adopt! Please adopt!
Q:help with aluminium and titanium questions?
1. When exposed to air, pure aluminium rapidly forms a passive oxide layer, alumina, which further inhibits aluminium reactions with other elements. 2. Aluminium can be made stronger by alloying with other elements. One of the most known aluminum alloy is duraluminium, where the principal alloying component is copper. 3. Exactly as aluminium, titanium corrosion resistance is due to its high reactivity with oxygen. When pure titanium is exposed to air it forms a passive titanium dioxide layer on the surfaces exposed which further prohibits other reactions with corrosion agents. 4. The use of titanium in jet engines components is favored by its strength to weight ration, which is unmatched by any other metal. As for the nuclear reactors, its use is preferred because of its superior corrosion resistance associated with fracture toughness and overall durability. 5. Both titanium and aluminium are refined from their respective mined ores - bauxite, for aluminium, ilmenite and rutile for titanium. Basically, these are oxides of the metals. Pure metal has to be reduced from these ores and processes involve use of temperatures up to and sometime exceeding 1000 degrees Celsius, which obviously requires a great consumption of energy, including electricity. Moreover, pure aluminium is obtained in the final processing phase through electrolysis, meaning an electrical current is needed in order to drive the required chemical reactions, thus adding to the electrical consumption. 6. Recycling aluminium from aluminium simply requires the remelting of the metal, eliminating the electrolytic phase that is high electric energy consuming.
Q:Why is aluminium not extracted from aluminium oxide?
Well, de facto because the heat of formation of aluminum oxide is so much greater than the heat of formation of iron oxide. If you're looking for something more mechanistic, find Al and Fe in the periodic table. Al and Fe are in different rows, and Fe is larger than Al, so although Al+3 and Fe+3 have the same charge, oxygen bonds less strongly to Fe+3 than to Al+3 because it's further away from the nucleus of Fe. Al+3 has no outer shell electrons at all; 3s, 3p, and 3d subshells are all empty. It's effectively a charged sphere with nothing to interfere with bonding. Fe+3 (as in hematite, Fe2O3) is larger, has filled 3s and 3p subshells, and a half-filled 3d subshell. That 3d electron density projects pretty far out into space, holding oxygen at arms length. Aluminum has no electron density in 3d orbitals, so oxygen can tuck in nice and tight and get a good grip. Any of these hit the mark? I don't know what background you're bringing to this question.

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