Direct Casting Aluminium Strip in Coil AA1100 Temper F

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Direct Continuous Aluminium Strip in Coil is one semi-finished aluminium material. The Temper is F, it means Free Temper. This strip can be rolled down to aluminium coil,sheet,circle ect, especially aluminium coils and sheet. The alloy AA1100 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

 

 

AlloyTemperFinal UsageCoil IDCoil Weight
AA1100FAluminium sheet, coil610mm5-6 tons

 

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:Resin that withstands aluminum?
One common mold material for metal casting is plaster mixed with silica sand to give it more strength. It needs to be completely (like heated) dry before you use it, but it is actually more work than sand casting but it gives a better finish. There are some rubber materials which can withstand the heat of casting pewter, but the melting point of pewter is so much lower than aluminum that I am sure those won't work for aluminum. I think you are pretty much stuck with sand for the easiest method.
Q:Explain these statements about Aluminium.?
a) Aluminium forms oxide on its surface thus protecting it. This protective oxides help the inner part being corroded / reacted . Its highly maliable and dectile property is also good. Thats why !!!!!!!! b) For making thermal insulators, i think, thin layers (maliability) of aluminium is using, where in between the layers the trapped air which is a poor thermal conductors, which gives the property.
Q:Is Aluminum really stronger than steel?
MPCheu is on the right track. Bending and getting nicked so it will break quickly are different things than strength and there are many different types of strength. Previous answers are correct regarding specific strength, say yield strength per unit mass because Al is much less dense than iron (the primary component of steel). It is also worth noting that there are many different types of steels and any one of these steels can have a very large range of mechanical properties. Same is true of aluminum alloys. The reason most airplanes are made using Al alloys is all about this specific strength and it is the same reason Al alloys are being replace by composite materials which have even higher specific strengths, densities about the same as Al but with much higher strengths. hope this helps
Q:Who knows the color coated aluminum roll, that is, roll coating manufacturers? Yes, let me know!
I don't know if there are any regional restrictions. The ones over there in Guangdong are pretty clear. Just like Jadali, new Korea and force equal, those are good.
Q:Can an aluminum and Fluoride bond be created by boiling fluoridated water in aluminum cookware?
Yes. okorder.com/
Q:How to calculate the weight of strips with the weight of aluminum coil known?
Thickness*width*length=weight/density, length=weight/(density*thickness*width).Ps: Keep unit the same.
Q:Why 5052 turn black after annealing during the production of aluminum alloy?
It has been sooted.
Q:why is copper better than aluminum?
I think the major characteristic of copper, when compared to aluminum, is copper's lack of chemical reactivity. When someone mines for copper, you dig out actual pieces of copper metal, which are then cleaned and purified. No one goes mining for aluminum because there is no metal in the ground. Aluminum is so chemically reactive that in a short period of time (by this I mean years, so the short is a relative term compared to copper), all the aluminum metal will react and the metal will be destroyed. Aluminum metal used to be so difficult to make (you have to do it chemically because you can't dig it out of the ground), that kings would serve their important guests on gold and silver plates, but their REALLY important guests got served on aluminum plates. One note on the reactivity of aluminum. Soda cans (made of aluminum) have a thin plastic film which coats the inside of the can, do so as to protect the metal from the chemical action of the soda. If this film were not there, the acidic soda would react with the can in a matter of hours or days and form a hole through which the contents of the can would drain out. Not good!
Q:Why doesn't aluminium oxide dissolve in water?
It does dissolve, but only slightly. It has a solubility of about 0.0001 under atmospheric pressure, it doesn't dissolve because the aluminium is extremely strongly bonded to oxygen, so it can't dissociate very much at all. If you want to dissolve aluminium oxide, you should use an alkaline solution.
Q:What are the compositions of aluminum coil coating?
The common compositions are crylic resin, solid inorganic filler, different pigments, flatting agent and so on.

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