Aluminum Coil- Alloy 1050 High Corrosion Resistance

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1.  High Corrosion Resistance Aluminum Coil- Alloy 1050

Aluminum coil Alloy 1050 is formed when adding a little copper in it. Aluminum coil Alloy 1050 is widely used in the products which require a lower strength, such as chemical instrument, sheet product, deep drawing or spinning concave ware, the welding parts, heat exchanger, the clock and the disk surface, nameplate, kitchen ware, decoration, Reflective instruments, etc. Aluminum coil Alloy 1050 is easy to be processed, with the advantage of high corrosion resistance, good  weldability, good electrical conductivity, and so on.

 

2. Main Features of the Aluminum coil - Alloy 1050

• High corrosion resistance

• Good weldability

• Good electrical conductivity

• Excellent forming characteristics

• Light weight

 

3.Aluminum Coil Alloy 1050 Images

 

4. Aluminum coil - Alloy 1050 Specification

Chemical component/%

Alloy

Si

Fe

Cu

Mn

Mg

Cr

Ni

Zn

Ti

Zr

Al

1050

0.25

0.40

0.05

0.05

0.05

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_

0.05

0.03

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99.5

 

5.FAQ of Aluminum coil- Alloy 1050

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For Aluminum coil Alloy 1050, our production capacity is 5,000 tons per month.

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The delivery time for Aluminum coil Alloy 1050 will be around 30-45 days after receiving the down payment or original LC.

 3.    How to control the quality

We have professional QC to inspect in every processing of Aluminum coil Alloy 1050, if there is a problem with the products, we are not allowed to make shipments.

 

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It depends on what you will use it for. If you are just looking for scrap aluminum to be melted down, cars radiators a full of aluminum. Otherwise, maybe check with a local metal fabricator and see if you could buy some of their drop.
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Aluminum is not a magnetic material and will not be affected by stationary magnets. However, if a changing magnetic field is present, an electrical voltage will be induced in the aluminum ring and an electric current will flow as a result. This current will produce a magnetic field which will interact with the externally produced magnetic field. The key here is a changing magnetic field - because the voltage induced in the aluminum ring will be proportional to the rate of change of the field. If an aluminum disk is passed between the poles of a powerful magnet, eddy currents will be induced in the aluminum producing a magnetic field that will tend to retard the motion of the aluminum relative to the magnet. The changing field in this case is due to the motion of the aluminum. Iron is attracted to a magnetic field because it is a ferro-magnetic material. Wood is not a magnetic material, and it is not an electrical conductor, so it will not behave as aluminum does in a magnetic field.
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:What is the story behind using Aluminum while cooking food?
www.okorder.com/. You could crush it up into a soccer ball. *Don't hit anyone in the head or they'll get a brain disorder*
Q:Interesting facts about aluminum?
Aluminum, Motorcycle engine aluminum radiator made by precise die casting
Q:Painting an aluminum canoe need advice on sanding, priming and paint type?
Pete is on the right track, but I think that rather than primer, what you need is to wash the aluminum with acid after you use a chemical stripper to get the paint off. The acid dissolves the layer of corrosion that all aluminum gets with exposure to air and also gives the fresh primer something to adhere to. You can lightly sand aluminum by hand or with a random orbit sander, but aluminum dust has been linked to alzheimer's disease so wear a good mask. But if your canoe has a lot of paint still on it or a lot of rivets and seams, then a stripper made for aluminum will save you a lot of time and effort. Go to a place that specializes in paints and finishes specific to the boating, recreational vehicle, or trucking industries as they deal with aluminum all the time and have the specialized products that you need in order to refinish and repaint it because it isn't like steel or wood and requires specific formulations. If you try to skip a step or buy the wrong stuff, your efforts will probably not succeed because working with aluminum is unlike any other material. Read and follow all directions and safety instructions carefully because the chemicals involved are strong and can give off toxic fumes. Because most things made from aluminum are subject to a wide variety of climates and rough handling, you need to buy products that are specially formulated for it and follow the steps and safety precautions exactly or all your hard work will probably be for naught.
Q:Food containing aluminium?
It has been hypothesized that aluminium exposure is a risk factor for the development or acceleration of onset of Alzheimer disease (AD) in humans. The Aluminium could be found in bottled or treated tap drinking water and food additives. Aluminium is permitted as a food additive and is used in colourings, emulsifiers, stabilisers and anti-caking agents. Example of food containing aluminium additives includes processed cheese.
Q:Why does fillet appear when rolling aluminum coil?
How thick and wide is it when there is such problem? Which is the rolling pass? And what is the type of the rolling mill? The simple 4 rollers or CVC and HC rolling mill with roller control. Does the filler appear in rolling or out of roller? Different thickness will lead to different analysis.
Q:separate aluminium from sodium hydroxide?
Trust me. Its not worth salvaging the hydroxide. Aluminum hydroxide is unbelievably stable and that means you probably won't be able to salvage the hydroxide without doing electrolysis or something difficult like that. That's like trying to obtain hydroxide from methanol CH3OH. Oh yea you can make methanol quite easily from a halomethane by reacting it with a hydroxide of some kind. But you will not be able to remove that hydroxide at all without neutralizing it with an acid. Hydroxides are bloody awful leaving groups. That oxygen is really glued on to that carbon well. You have to really destabilize that methanol to remove that hydroxide. Same with the aluminum hydroxide. Very stable and strong bond.

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