Aluminium Hot Rolled Alloy Plates Stocks With Best Price

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1.Structure of Product Description

Cold rolled aluminum sheet, hot rolled aluminum sheet, checkered sheet,

mirror finish aluminium sheet are widely used in the field of many different fields, etc.

te detailed grade are as follows: 1010, 1050,1060,1100, 2024, 3003, 3005,

3105, The temper is include H14, H22, H24, H44,H112,H114,etc.

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aluminium alloy sheet stocks 6061


4. Product detailed sizes:

1000mm*2000mm, 1219mm*2438mm,1500mm*3000mm, etc.

5. FAQ:

What is the quality standard?

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

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What is the MOQ for your products yet?

Where is your client from?

---Normally it is from Japan, USA, ENGLISH, SINGAPORE, ETC.

What is your mainly products?

---Normally they are aluminum sheet, checkered sheet,

mirror finish aluminium sheet and the aluminium casting coil, etc.



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Q:Too much aluminum sulfate on soil ! What should i do?
how much did you add i mix it with the soil for my hydrangeas and never have a problem.. blend it into the soil around the hydrangeas the burning you see may be related to something other than the aluminum sulfate
Q:What is the best thing to use on aluminum to end existing rust and stop it from spreading?
Uh......... aluminum doesn't rust. Has to be some iron in there somewhere.
Q:Any difference between aluminum and carbon arrows?
Aluminum arrows do not penetrate nearly as well as the carbon arrows do. The carbon arrows penetrate better due to the carbon arrow generating more speed then the aluminum arrow and the stiffness of the carbon arrow plays a factor in it's superior penetration. If you watch a slow motion video of an aluminum arrow striking a target, the arrow flexes several times upon impact. This absorbs some of the force of the arrow. Carbon on the other hand has almost zero flex when hitting the target, therefore all the power goes into Penetration. Another fact I found out when I made the switch to carbon arrows.They are actually cheaper to use then the aluminum.A dozen carbon arrows will last much longer then a dozen aluminum ones will.You can make an aluminum arrow worthless as a hunting shaft with a broad head on it by merely dinging it a little while target practicing.Or if it becomes bent even if unable to see with the naked eye will ruin it for use with a broad head. Carbon on the other hand will never bend or ding.They last forever unless a deer rolls over on it and breaks it. It took me forever to make the switch to carbon arrows, but once I did I will never go back to aluminum again.In the old days everyone thought that weight alone was the contributing factor to penetration. But now it has been discovered that speed and stiffness are even greater factors that contribute to penetration. Stick with the carbons.
Q:How to prevent corrosion of aluminum sheet surface?
Aluminum does not need to be processed to prevent corrosion, and the formation of dense oxide film with oxygen can prevent corrosion
Q:How do you clean a discolored aluminium cooking pot?
try oven cleaner
Q:gluing aluminium foil to plastic?
Gluing Aluminum
Q:Is my volvo S70 bumper aluminum or stainless steel?
Aluminum, stainless is too expensive and not ductile enough to be made into bumpers, especially of that complexity. As far as the magnetism, the magnet would only stick to low nickel stainless and its not likely that they would use 308 on a consumer vehicle.
Q:which has the lower melting temperature....aluminum, copper, or brass...can you list all 3?
aluminum so what you are finding is that aluminum will melt before the copper or brass...
Q:Do we have enough Aluminum for ever?
Aluminium is the third most abundant element on earth after oxygen and silicon. I am quite sure that we will not run out of aluminium in the future. Oxygen - or at least pure good quality oxygen - is probably a more worrying scenario.
Q:Which is better aluminum or stainless steel?
They each have their own advantages and disadvantages. Which one is better depends entirely on what you're USING it for! -Aluminum has a better strength to weight ratio. In other words, while it is not as strong as steel, the fact that it weighs less than half as much makes up for it's lower strength. This is why most airplanes are made of aluminum. -Aluminum is generally more corrosion resistant than all but the most expensive stainless steels. However under certain condition it may corrode rapidly with catastrophic results. -Al is usually less expensive than stainless steel (SS), Though it is 2-4 times more expensive than ordinary (non-stainless) steels. -Al is fairly soft and easier to cut, saw, carve, drill, and machine than steels. (SS is very difficult to work with due to it's excellent abrasion resistance.) -Al is an excellent conductor of heat. This is why it's used for car radiators and air conditioning units, and for pots and pans. -Al is a very good conductor of electricity. Because of it's high conductance, light weight, and corrosion resistance, Al is used for high-voltage overhead power lines. -Stainless steel is stronger than Al, if weight is not a consideration. (In this respect, since Al is weaker, a pipe that could handle the same water pressure would need to be thicker if it was made of Al, So in many cases you can save money on materials by using SS) -SS is easy to weld. (welding Al is very difficult.) -SS can be used at much higher temps. than Al; which becomes very soft above about 400 degrees. -SS is more impact resistant than Al, in other words, it is more ductile. -SS is much more resistant to wear and abrasion, which as I said before makes it difficult to work with.

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