Continuous Casting Aluminium Strip in Coils AA1050

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1.Structure of Product Description

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 the product

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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4.Products Specification

 

 

AlloyFinal UsageCoil IDCoil WeightThickness
AA1050Aluminium coil/circle610mm +/-10mmMin 5 tons3-8mm

 

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:can you weld metal to aluminum?
i don't see why not becasue volvo uses aluminum exhaust systems.
Q:Explain these statements about Aluminium.?
a) true b) false
Q:What are your opinions on recycling aluminum?
no I dont recycle aluminum but I should have no place to store it yes it makes a difference because in stead of making more they can melt down what has already been made the contamination to our environment would be less I think re teaching about recycling an where to turn them in would be good along with showing how the aluminum impacts our environment when its not recycled would work
Q:Grinding up aluminum?
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Q:modeling aluminum?
Do not try this at home! Seriously, this is exactly the kind of process that is used for casting metals. However, you need to have very strong molds with no cracks in them. Also, aluminum presents special problems. Solid aluminum does not corrode the way iron does, because it very quickly forms a protective tough layer of aluminum oxide. But molten aluminum can catch fire, with devastating consequences.
Q:aluminum window removal procedure?
1st off let`s determine what kind of windows you have. Examine the inside of the jambs. Are there any screws going through the jamb into the rough opening? If so you have a masonary style window. Chances are they can be removed relatively easily. Most the time removal of fastners,scoring of drywall and caulk and they practically fall out (sometimes). You may find removal of the sash and remaining glass, then collasping the frame will work best. This technique is a must if you have the other breed of window, the flanged. You can ID this window by measuring the inside and out . If they`re the same, it`s flanged. I`ve found 99 time out of 100 these windows can be collasped. Once again remove sash and all glass. Here`s where the sawsall comes in. Remove the center bar. Drive a flat bar under the sill from the exterior. Pry it up as high as you can. Cut the sill. Now drive the flat bar between the side jambs and the brick and start prying. Most of the time these windows are only nailed on the corners, sometimes the fin will rip from the jamb. But in the end the removal will be accomplished. If you find you need to pry from the interior, don`t pry against drywall. Put a piece of wood under your bar to protect the drywall. NEVER! pry on tile or marble. I`ve removed literally thousands of these little buggers. Can`t only remember maybe a handful of times I had to cut a flange. GOOD LUCK!!!!!
Q:Is the aluminum coil with damaged side still useful?
The side of tire, also called side wall, is the thinnest and most fragile. Side wall damages can be divided into swell and scratch. The swell is often caused by external force (The car is trapped in pit or on curb when you are driving fast). It can cause the cord thread break so that the rubber of the tire side wall cannot be fixed and tightened. The size of the swell is often as big as that of an one-yuan coin and will become bigger as the traveling distance increases. Under such circumstance, it is recommended to replace the tire. Scratch is usually caused by bad roads or debris on the road. It is recommended to replace the tire if the scratch in the side wall is obvious and the cord thread break. If the front wheels have such damages, the tire should be replaced as soon as possible (Because the steering, braking and driving is mainly based on the front wheels.). If there is no spare tire on site, change the front damaged tire with the rear tire and drive to an appropriate place.
Q:What is best way to repair aluminum wire outlets?
Sorry, but replacing it with copper wiring is the correct solution.
Q:Why the aluminum-plastic panel processed by color aluminum coil peel off paint?
It may be due to the bad quality of the color aluminum coil paint or the poor paint-drying process.
Q:Aluminum scraping in cookies?
It would only be a problem if you constantly expose yourself to aluminum filings. Heavy metals (things like lead or mercury) are toxic to people. What most people don't realize is that that in order for these metals to be toxic, you have to be exposed to them for a long period of time and in fairly large quantities. In general, lead is in your tap water. You've probably accidently drank more aluminum filings from soda cans than you have eaten from those cookies. Still though, there is no point in trying to expose yourself to something you know you shouldn't have in your body. So I wouldn't eat any more.

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