Aluminum Can Tab Materials 5182 H48 with Different Colors

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1.Structure of Aluminum Can Tab Materials 5182 H48 with Different Colors

We normally use 5182, H48 to produce coated aluminum coils, which are widely used in aluminum can tabs or ring-pulls. Based on ordinary aluminum, we add Mn and Mg, so as to increase tensile strength and elongation.

We have different colors for tabs, such as blue, red, transparent, etc. We also can adjust coating according to color of customers and offer personalized services.

We use large wave shear, transverse shear and longitudinal cut system so as to meet different specifications of customers.

2. Main Features of Aluminum Can Tab Materials 5182 H48 with Different Colors

• Light Weight

• High Flatness

• Good Weathering

• Colorful

• Recycling

• Saving Energy

• Rustproof

3. Aluminum Can Tab Materials 5182 H48 with Different Colors Images

Aluminum Can Tab Materials 5182 H48 with Different Colors

Aluminum Can Tab Materials 5182 H48 with Different Colors

Aluminum Can Tab Materials 5182 H48 with Different Colors

4. Specification of Aluminum Can Tab Materials 5182 H48 with Different Colors

ALLOY

TEMPER

THICKNESS

WIDTH

COIL OR LENGTH

5052

5182

H19

H36

H48

H49

0.22-0.5mm

500-1600mm

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5. FAQ

AWhat about inspections to guarantee quality?

For each order, we will arrange strict inspection for raw materials, inspection during production and inspection for finished goods.

With requirement of customers, we also can arrange the third party inspection.

BWhat about delivery?

We will put order in production schedule after order gets confirmed against copy of TT or L/C. Normally it takes about one month for production. Exact shipment schedule is different based on different sizes and quantity.

CWhat is the MOQ?

5 tons for each size.

D. Where have you exported?

We have exported to many countries. Main markets include South East Asia, Middle East, North America, South America, etc.

 

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Q:If a typical roll of aluminum foil is 12 inches across, what length of aluminum foil would contain 1 mole...?
Wonderful first answer, but I am going to try anyways. For 1 mole, you need 27 grams of aluminum. The density of aluminum is 2700 kg/m^3, which means that 2.7 grams is contained in 1 cm^3 We know, Volume = Length * Breadth * Thickness 10 = L * (30.48) * Thickness So, just convert the thickness that you have into cm, and then use it in the above equation. --edited from here-- The atomic radius is 125 pM So, you have each atom having 250 pM Total thickness = 250 * 10^-12 * 92000 m = 0.0023 cm Use this in the equation : 10 = L * 30.48 * 0.0023 L = 142 cm
Q:what language did Aluminum and Uranium originate from ? Who or what were they named for ?
The ancient Greeks and Romans used alumen (alum, potassium aluminium sulfate, K2Al6(OH)12(SO4)4) in medicine as an astringent, and as a mordant in dyeing. Alum was exported from ancient Greece and Italy. In 1761 the French chemist Louis-Bernard Guyton de Morveau (1737-1816) proposed the name alumine for the base in alum. Guyton de Morveau was instrumental in setting up a standardised system for chemical nomenclature and often collaborated with Antoine Lavoisier, who in 1787, suggested that alumine was the oxide of a previously undiscovered metal. In 1808, Sir Humphry Davy (1778-1829) did experiments for the decomposition of alumine, silex, zircone, and glucine. He failed to isolate the metals in these, as he reported in his paper for the Royal Society of London on 30 June 1808, but he suggested names for the metals (note) Cf. Silicium, Zirconium, and Beryllium (Glucium) Thus he proposed the name alumium for this still undiscovered metal and later agreed to change it to aluminum. Shortly thereafter the name aluminium was adopted to conform with the -ium ending of most elements. Uranium was named by its discoverer German chemist Martin Klaproth, after the last planet to have been discovered Uranus.
Q:aluminum nitrate in water: neutral, basic, or acidic?
Aluminum nitrate is the salt produced by the reaction of aluminum hydroxide and nitric acid. Nitric acid is a strong acid. Aluminum hydroxide is a realtively weak base. So the salt will be acidic.
Q:Aluminium Sulphate how much to use?
I usually sprinkle about 1/4 cup around the base of the plant and water it in. This must be done before flowers appear.
Q:Do you know anything about aluminum poisoning?
No but alumimun cookware can cause Alzheimer's
Q:Carbon fiber wheelset with aluminum braking surface vs basalt ?
Another vote for aluminum. Wheels with a basalt brake layer are overpriced.
Q:Can I bake aluminum foil inside of clay?
Assuming you mean polymer clay - aluminum foil is fine and is commonly used. In fact you almost have to use it to have uniform thickness because solid will crack from shrinking during baking. Fired ceramic clay, nope - aluminum foil melts much too low a temp.
Q:Why do we use aluminium to produce cans? And why does it have the properties?
For soda cans, it's relatively inert, flexible enough to handle a carbonated liquid, and can be opened without tools. For food, zinc-coated iron or steel is more common. The field that helps you understand why materials have the properties they have is called physical chemistry.
Q:is there a place that recycles crushed aluminum cans for money?
there are lots of benefits you must google it
Q:is a stainless steel cookware set with an aluminum core fine for cooking?
The aluminum is encased in the stainless steel, usually as a thick disk in the bottom. It is an excellent conductor of heat and holds the heat well once it gets hot. All you see is the stainless, none of the aluminum because it's between two layers of stainless in the bottom of the pots. You are right, you don't want food cooked in straight aluminum, some metal taste can transfer to certain foods. That won't happen with stainless.

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