Hot Rolled Aluminium Circle AA3003 H14

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Hot Rolled Aluminium Circle is widly used in cooking pot field.  There are two kinds of production method. One is hot rolled aluminium circle, the other is continuous casting aluminium circle. The mechanical for the two circle is different. If you will deep push, we recommend Hot rolled aluminium circle. If you just spinning, we recommend continuous casting aluminium circle.

 

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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AlloyTemperThicknessDiemeterPackage
AA3003H140.2MM-3MM90MM-1200MMExportation Pallet

 

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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:What is virgin aluminum?
Manufacturers mix other metals and alloys with aluminum to make it stronger. Virgin aluminum is aluminum that has not had ant thing added to it. Aluminum ore, called bauxite, is most commonly formed in deeply weathered rocks. In some locations, deeply weather volcanic rocks, usually basalt, form bauxite deposits. Uses for Aluminum Aluminum has a wide range of common uses. It is lightweight, strong (especially with alloys), and conducts heat well. Many kitchen items (pots and pans, foil, dishes) are made of aluminum. Most materials used for transportation use large amounts of aluminum: cars, trucks, boats, aircraft, and aircraft engines. Road signs and high-voltage power lines are also made mostly of aluminum. volcano.und.nodak.edu/vwdocs/mine...
Q:Can aluminium oxide react?
Aluminium forms layer of aluminium oxide when exposed to air. This prevents further reaction WITH AIR.
Q:How much does it cost to use fluorocarbon paint for aluminum coil roller coating?
Fluorocarbon paint can be divided into fluorocarbon paint for exterior wall, aluminum fluorocarbon paint, metal fluorocarbon paint and steel structure fluorocarbon paint according to usages. It can also be divided into national standard product and non-national standard product according to industrial standards.
Q:How do i clean a aluminum bicycle?
For painted metal, supports, grips, vinyl seat, tires and spokes, use a solution of 1-part Simple Green to 30-parts water — spray onto soiled areas. Wipe immediately with damp cloth to rinse, followed by dry towel — making sure to completely dry the area cleaned. My point is to show that you are supposed to cut the Simple Green with 30 parts of water. MOST people don't do this step. Simple Green (and many other cleaners) are very concentrated. NEVER clean a bicycle with this kind of cleaner without proper dilution. Read labels. Follow directions. Full strength Simple Green has enough butyl solvent to corrode bare aluminum on brake surfaces on wheels and if the wheel is too wet it can actually melt the glue of the rim strip by seeping in the spoke holes. I have seen this at bike shops a lot. The cleaner (if sprayed full strength around bearings) over spray has the potential to break down the grease -- after all it is a degreaser. Always dampen a cloth or sponge in your cleaning solution and wipe down a bike. Don't spray it.
Q:Why does the coated aluminum coil have thickness requirement for membrane?
The purpose of coating is to protect the surface of aluminum coil and make it more aesthetic. The thickness of membrane is closely related to the keep years of products made by aluminum coil.
Q:Why do the layers loose when taking out coil after roll of aluminum 0.14?
After rolling, the most possible reason may be poor deoiling effect. I think, for 0.14mm aluminum coil, the lining sleeve will not be forgotten. After rolling , oil ooze from aluminum layers, and the support of aluminum coil is not enough, leading to coil collapsing. The specific manifestations are that the edges of even round aluminum layers become like water ripple, and that the aluminum coils suddenly become uneven when taking out coil.
Q:Pillar vs. aluminum bed stocks?
Vote for the Aluminum yet somewhat might like a silver lined one bless by using a Catholic priest that emits holy water. That way in case they are additionally a vampire you nailed them.
Q:Does anyone know anything about artistic painting on aluminum sheeting?
I've known a couple of people who do this, you might try a search on Floating Panel. You could try to search out things on an artist called Gary Hume, as I know that his earlier paintings, certainly the ones for which he's known, were executed on aluminium. From what I remember of people doing this (some one on my MA made paintings on aluminium) the trick is in the priming, it being a non-pours surface. You need to rough the ground considerably and prime quite thickly. You also need to baton on the back, this will allow you to attach to the wall without ruining the face of the support, and prevent the possibility of warping. What looks great is if you recess the batons from the edge of the support, so that when against the wall they cannot be seen, this gives the appearance of hovering, and shows the thinness of your support. Another reason you might not be getting too many hits on your searches is the spelling, while not incorrect you might find art suppliers using the English, rather than the American spelling; aluminium rather than aluminum. I know that sounds petty but it might make a difference. The only other thing I know, while finding it a great surface to work on, smooth, bright, the artist I know also found it very expensive.
Q:I can roll Kaiping Jinsheng aluminium?
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Q:Is there anyway to strengthen aluminum?
Aluminum bronze is used commercially to make non-sparking knives. Why try to reinvent the wheel? I'm trying to think of a way I can make an aluminum knife that will hold an edge. You can strengthen aluminum by either cold working or heat treating a suitable alloy, but it will never be anything close to a good steel knife. Would heat treatment plus 10 tons of pressure repeated have a similar affect? No. Assuming that you are talking about the article linked to below: - you would have to duplicate the alloy process, even then you could only make a small thin sheet. They used a heat treatable alloy. The process involves torsional strain under 60 metric tons per square centimeter compression. How big a press do you think you would need for a knife size blank? And remember, you have to apply torsional cold work while compressing it. -Their results ( 1 gPA YS 5% elongation in a very thin sheet) don't look that great compared to a good knife steel. Or a good titanium knife.

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