Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Building

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

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1.Structure of  Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils

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 Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils

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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Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Building

Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Building

Continuous Casting Aluminium Coils for Building

4. Product Specification

AA1100H14Continuous Casting0.2mm-3mm1000mm-1500mm


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:Will sodium aluminum as an ingredient, cause problems for me?
It's actually Sodium Aluminum Phosphate. It's used as a preservative in a lot of food actually. It's not exactly good for you, but it's really no more harmful than any other preservative. So basically, it's unhealthy, but you're not gonna die from eating them. EDIT: Yes I realize that Aluminum has been linked to Alzheimer's disease, but this isn't Aluminum. Aluminum is an element. This is Sodium Aluminum Phosphate. A completely different substance. When an element bonds with another element (or two) often its properties completely change. I think you'd be surprised to learn that Sodium by itself, is not only horribly volatile (it will explode in water) and will kill you if you ingested it. Iodine is also poisonous in fairly moderate doses. But when the two are bonded together (sodium iodide) it becomes an essential nutrient to the body.
Q:What is the causes of aluminium discolouration?
Aluminum oxides may appear in different colors depending on hydration states and other variables. Look in a CRC Handbook of Chemistry Physics if available for aluminum compounds and their colors. The colors that you see may also have as much to do with the surface finish as the color of the material on the surface. A microscopically rough surface will appear dark next to a polished surface due to light scattering. I will agree with Ling in principle, but not on details. EDS detection limits on homogeneous samples can be better than 0.1%, although not so good for elements at the light end of the detection range. Current detectors can detect chlorine (a common culprit for aluminum discoloration) at about 0.1%. Your problem with detection and one that Ling has addressed previously may be that a thin film of contamination would not be easily detected by EDS. As Ling suggests, SIMS is a good technique for detecting thin films and low concentrations. The problem with SIMS in this case may be that the detection limits are too good and the technique cannot be quantified. SIMS would detect 2 ppm of chloride and you couldn't tell for sure whether it was 2 ppm, which is probably not an issue here, or 2000 ppm, which would be significant. I would suggest x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (ESCA or XPS) as an alternative for further study. The technique will analyze thin films (20 A) and detection limits are good enough (about 0.1%). In addition, XPS will give you information about the compounds present, e.g. whether the oxygen is aluminum oxide, aluminum hydroxide, etc. Good Luck.
Q:Aluminum Powder - Best For Rockets & Pyrotechnics?
For (I think there prices are the same as the other high end brands, except Star Molecule is not diluted, and it works better from my experience).
Q:why intact aluminum sheet stop quicker than pectinate one in the magnetic field?
while swinging in the magnetic field, intact aluminum sheets will formulate inner eddy current,that is the annular induced current.eddy current will transform the mechanical energy into heat energy, which makes the aluminum sheet stop quickly.but pectinate aluminum sheet can't formulate intact eddy current, so intact aluminum sheet stop quicker than pectinate one.
Q:The difference between aluminium alloy and aluminium plate
Aluminum alloy low density, but relatively high strength, close to or higher quality steel, plastic good, can be processed into various profiles, with excellent conductivity, thermal conductivity and corrosion resistance, widely used in industry, the use of only steelIn general, outdoor billboards are made of aluminium alloy sheets
Q:How much does one atom of aluminum cost?
You have : ---------------- V = aluminum volume in one roll = ( L ) ( W ) ( t ) V = ( 500 ft ) ( 1.5 ft ) ( 0.94 mil ) ( 1 in / 1000 mil ) ( 1 ft/12 in ) V = 0.05875 ft^3 m = aluminum mass = ( d ) ( V ) m = ( 168 lbm/ft^3 ) ( 0.05875 ft^3 ) = 9.87 lbm m = ( 9.87 lbm ) ( 453.6 g / 1.0 lbm ) = 4477 g n = moles of aluminum in one roll = m / M n = ( 4477 g ) / ( 27 g/mol ) = 165.8 moles Al N Al atoms = ( n Al ) ( NAVO ) N Al atoms = ( 165.8 mol ) ( 6.022 x 10^23 atoms / mol ) N Al atoms = 998.5 x 10^23 Al atoms C* = cost per atom = cost of aluminum roll / number of aluminum atoms in one roll C* = ( 4898 cents ) / 998.5 x 10^23 atoms ) C* = 4.91 x 10^-23 cents per Al atom --------------- Please award Best Answer to the most correct and most helpful response to your question. C* =
Q:What is the diameter and area of a hole drilled through aluminum?
If i was once you, i might depart a small 1cm gap on the high and cover it with mesh - these round ones don't appear to allow a lot air flow in any respect in my viv and i have three... I have a tendency to simply leave the glass open a bit of at both aspect. You'll have got to use a great mesh although to stop bugs escaping via it. BTW - i think you will have to make it slightly deeper... 1.5 at least in case you are maintaining reps a good way to grow to 12inch plus.
Q:Aluminum vs Wood?
If by more and more cities you mean that NYC is considering forcing it I would say it only makes sense if the colleges do it first. If the kids are forced to use wood in high school then go back to aluminum in college it makes no sense.
Q:Why is aluminum preferred over iron-based alloys in the aerospace and?
Aluminum is chosen in aerospace because it is light weight. Iron is preferred in structures here on earth because of its strength and suitability to endure gravity for a long period of time.
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

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