Continuous Casting Aluminum Cois for Kitchen Pot

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Item specifice:

Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish Shape: Flat
Temper: O-H112,Hard Application: Kitchen Use

Product Description:

1.Structure of Continuous Casting Aluminum Cois for Kitchen Pot


Continuous Casting Aluminum Cois for Kitchen Pot 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 Aluminum Cois for Kitchen Pot


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 Aluminum Cois for Kitchen Pot

Continuous Casting Aluminum Cois for Kitchen Pot

Continuous Casting Aluminum Cois for Kitchen Pot



4. Product Specification

ALLOYTEMPERTHICKNESSWIDTHWEIGHT
AA1050H150.2MM-5MM1000MM-1500MM3TONS


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:Would alternating layers of Aluminium, Polymers, Styrofoam, and ER Armor be good for tank?
Aluminium has a strength up to 800 N/mm2 (for its best Al-based alloys) while steels can go much higher... about 1400 N/mm2 if I recall well. The problem with aluminium is that is prompt to fatigue break which is not good with something vibrating like a rolling tank armor. Polymers are not strong enough unless you use composite materials, for ex. fibre glass or even better - carbon fibre reinforced. The problem is still that unlike steel, the strength is exceptionally high... in one direction - so pray for the impact to be mostly from this direction.
Q:Difference between castiron bodies and aluminium bodies used in automotive components? What makes each special
Aluminium is lighter as well as stronger than CI. Thats the reason most of the Automobile manufacturers use Aluminium for car bodies while they use cast iron for the underframes and internal chassis....NMN
Q:after putting aluminum sheet into the area between magnet and iron products, could magnet attract iron again?
magnet can attract iron if the aluminum sheet isn't too thick. Because aluminum can't cut off magnetic line of force, unless aluminum sheet's thickness surpass the range of magnetic attraction.
Q:why does the bubble apear a few minutes later after putting aluminum sheet into dilute sulphuric acid?
Because there is oxide on the surface of aluminum, the reaction will be quicker after polishing the oxide with abrasive paper.
Q:How to harden aluminum foil sculpture?
Rigid Wrap is plaster-infused gauze. You can buy it at the art supply store or at a medical supply store. The latter is cheaper. It comes on a roll so you can cut off small chunks. Wet each piece and apply it to your sculpture. The first layer may be the most difficult. I would wrap the plaster gauze around the structure so the gauze overlaps gauze. It may not stick to the aluminum but it will stick to itself. Start at the bottom and let it dry, then add another layer. As mentioned, adding too much may compromise the structure so work slowly and allow time to dry between layers.
Q:could aluminum sheet be attracted by magnet?
no, it couldn't.
Q:An aluminum clock pendulum?
A for a swinging pendulum period T =2pi*√(L/g), where L is length of the pendulum, g=9.8m/s^2; metals shrink when cooled, so period will decrease, number of ticks per hour will increase, the clock will hurry up; B♣ period at t1°=20C° is T1=2pi*√(L1/g); ♣ period at t2°=-5C° is T2=2pi*√(L2/g); ♣ the law of linear extension says L2/L1= 1+s*Δt°, where s=23.1·10-6 (1/К°) is specific linear extension of aluminum, Δt°=t2°-t1°; ♦ thus T2/T1 =√(L2/L1) = √(1+s*Δt°) =f1/f2, where frequency f1= 1 Hz at 20C° or 3600 ticks per hour, hence frequency at -5C° is f2= f1/√(1+s*Δt°); therefore instead of 3600 ticks per hour the clock will do 3600/√(1+s*Δt°) ticks per hour; thus it will gain 3600*(1/√(1+s*Δt°) –1) = = 3600*(1/√(1 -23.1·10-6 *25°) –1) = 1.04 s/hour;
Q:question about aluminium foil paper?
It isn't the foil that is burning you--it's the water. Aluminum foil is a good heat conductor. This means that when you expose the foil to the air, it will cool off very rapidly (rapidly reaching room temperature). Water is NOT a good heat conductor, in fact, it likes to hold onto it's heat. So while the dry foil may come to room temperature (or just warm to the touch) in a few seconds, the water will stay hot for much longer (depending on how much water there is obviously). It's really the same as trying to grab a baked potato wrapped in foil off of the grill. If you grab the potato you will burn your hand (because the potato is holding A LOT of heat), but if you carefully peel away the foil, you can touch and take the foil off with your bare hand. I should say that the mass of the foil also plays a role here. The foil is not very massive and thus does not hold a lot of raw energy to begin with (also because it's a good heat conductor it dissipates quickly). Bu if you put an aluminum can (or a brick of aluminum) in the oven, I guarantee that it would stay hotter for much longer than just a piece of aluminum foil.
Q:mass of individual aluminum atom?
answer is 0.47/107 so each atom weighs 0.004392523364485981308411214953271g that can be rounded to whatever decimal places you want.
Q:difference between steel , iron , aluminium ..?
the difference between iron, steel aluminium is that aluminium contains no carbon as iron steel do. Iron steel over time will rust but aluminium wont. In taking out carbon out off iron to make steel is it needs the carbon % to be less than 0.5% as with iron it still contains carbon at 1.5% to 2% so is not a very strong metal and steel. In Strength Steel is stronger than aluminium and also weights heavier than aluminium. Aluminium do sent corrode because it do sent contain iron as with steel it dose as oxygen reacts with it over time causing it to rust. This is why a coat of red oxide paint is put on it for finishing purposes. In cost efficient steel is the cheaper as steel is a faster process in making it. As you only need 3 ingredients which are Iron ore, Coke which is coal burnt to take off impurities and leaves carbon. As with Aluminium it is more expensive as an expensive process to make and the ore and can only be mined in sear-tonn countries such as Australia. Hope this Helps :o)

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