CC Aluminium Coils for the Production of Cookware

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5 m.t.
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20000 m.t./month

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Grade: 1000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish Shape: Flat
Temper: O-H112 Application: Food

Product Description:

1.Structure of  CC Aluminium Coils of Cookware

Continuous Casting Aluminium Strip in Coil is one semi-finished aluminium material. This strip can be rolled down to aluminium coil,sheet,circle ect.  The alloy AA1050 is widly used in building, industry ect. Its weight is much lower than steel. So many customers choosed aluminium material instead of steel.

2. Main features of CC Aluminium Coils of Cookware

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.


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CC Aluminium Coils for the Production of Cookware

CC Aluminium Coils for the Production of Cookware

CC Aluminium Coils for the Production of Cookware



4. Product Specification

AlloyTemperStyleThicknessWidth
AA1100H14Continuous Casting0.2mm-3mm1000mm-1500mm


5.FAQ:

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 vs Carbon road bike frame?
Aluminum Vs Carbon Road Bike
Q:aluminum ore is not formed in quebec (why not?)?
Bauxite is the most common aluminum ore. Bauxite forms in tropical regions because its formation requires intense weathering conditions (lots of frequent rainfall) with a very good drainage. Even if, due to continental drift, Quebec was once in a tropical region, it is highly unlikely that bauxite would have formed there because almost all of Quebec sits on the Canadian Shield. The Canadian Shield is a large region of very, very old rock that can be thought of as mostly monolithic and quite flat. Its monolithic nature makes it difficult to weather, and its flatness means that it doesn't drain as well as is needed to form bauxite. Smelting bauxite requires enormous amounts of electricity - not just any energy, but electricity. Quebec has enough hydroelectric resources to make this practical.
Q:are aluminum rims bad to use for a firepit?
Yes, aluminum is a soft metal andit will not hold up well in a fire and if it's a hot fire you don't want to breathe in any fumes the rim might give off. If you want to use a rim, best to use steel. Or like the other guy said, rocks or bricks.
Q:Aluminium suitable for bending?
Aluminium sheets is not too difficult to bend, but should use a good bending maschine. The thicker the sheet is the bigger the bend radius must be. Experiment with small pieces until u find the radius where it does not crack anymore. WAY different to steel or copper that can be bent into sparp radiuses l l _____________) radius
Q:Do you think Aluminum bat are dangerous?
Yes I heard this also and let me tell you something the wooden bats are also dangerous. I hate hitting a ball and then I get stung and that hurts. I like the aluminum bats better, so they should just keep them on the market because they are not so much dangerous then the wooden one's.
Q:how to separate the aluminum sheet in plastic?
Put them into clean water if both of them won’t react with water, and aluminum sheet will sink into the bottle, then fish up them separately.
Q:Do you feel aluminum siding has a low class image?
Can't beat brick!!!
Q:Expansion--Aluminum and Steel?
Assume linear thermal expansion with constant expansion coefficient. The change of length is given by: ΔL = L₀·α·ΔT (L₀ initial length, α linear thermal expansion coefficient) The overall length of an object as function of temperature is: L= L₀ + ΔL = (1 + α·ΔT) · L₀ Consider the measurement at 21.2°C as reference: The aluminum column changes its length to L= (1 + α_aluminum · ΔT) · L₀ = (1 + 23×10-6 ^C°-1 · (35.4°C - 21.2°C) ) · 17.7m = 17.705m That would be the length measured with a steel tape at reference temperature of 21.2°C. Unfortunately the steel tape expands too. Because the scale increases with the expansion it measures too short. On the expanded tape you read the length L₀ while the actual length is L. Hence the measured length is: L₀ = L / (1 + α_steel · ΔT) = 17.705m / (1 + 11×10-6 ^C°-1 · (35.4°C - 21.2°C) ) = 17.003m
Q:Is This Aluminum Oxide?
Aluminum oxide is white and powdery in texture. It also takes a bit longer for aluminum to oxidize than iron, so I don't think you could have cakes of aluminum oxide in 4 days. If the cakes you are describing are reddish in color, then no, it is NOT aluminum oxide. It is good old fashioned ferric oxide- rust from iron.
Q:how to make aluminum products bright? How to polish or clean the products punch formed by 0.3mm aluminum sheet?
you can try to grind it with magnetic grinder.

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