Hot Rolled Aluminium Strip in Coils AA1050-F

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Hot Rolled Aluminium Strip in Coil is one semi-finished aluminium material. It can be used to produce aluminium coils, sheet and circle. Compared to CC aluminium coils, Hot rolled aluminium coil have better mechanical quality.  For deep push, usually we recommend hot roll aluminium coil. 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 aluminium mills, and we can provide competitive price than other small suppliers.

 
b.Professional after-sale service---We have more than 20 years exportation experience. So you do not worry about the after-sales service.


c.Fast delivery time---Our usual delivery time is about  30 days.

 

 

 

 

4. Product Specification

 

 

AlloyTemperThicknessCoil IDCoil Weight
AA1050F3-8mm610mmMin 5 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:Can you make a Tank out of aluminium armor?
Armored Personnel carriers are made of Aluminium and pretty hard. I saw an APC, the old M113A2, take a 7.62 round (by accident) at point blanck range and it just nicked it up a bit. it wouldn't take a shaped charge or a Sabot round though. Aluminum does have one advantage of steel with respect to Sabot rounds, if the hatches are open on an APC, the Sabot round will just go in and out without causing a whole lot of damage, unless of course it struck a combustable or the engine, or a crewman. The old M551 was made of Aluminum and styrofoam, it could float nicely and could be dropped by parachute. It was a cool little tank, unfortunately, it only held 14 maingun rounds. It was a tiny tank with a huge gun. Also too, you could create a tank out of aluminum, and then use bolt on or applique steel armor and also you could bolt on Explosive Reactive Armor, to stop the effects of a shaped charge type round. The design of a tank is important too. If you plan on a defensive strategy, you want a tall tank that is slope a lot in front so it can easily hide behind cover and burms and only show a small portion to the enemy and so, use the earth as armor. If your over all strategy is offensive, you want a squat tank that is small and difficult to hit at long range. The old M60 tank and the T-55 are good examples of a defensive tank and an offensive design.
Q:a calculation for aluminium and copper wires?
Copper has lower resistance per unit volume, ie, a 1 cm diameter copper wire has less resistance than a 1 cm aluminum wire. BUT, aluminum is much lighter than Cu for the same diameter. If you used an aluminum wire that weighs the same as the 1 cm diameter copper wire, it would have LOWER resistance. And that is why aluminum is used in power transmission, and also in aircraft, where weight is important. to do this you calculate density resistivity which is (resistivity x density). Here is a partial table: Al 28.2e-9 Ω-m * 2700 kg/m³ = 76e-6 Ω-kg/m² Cu 17.2e-9 Ω-m * 8960 kg/m³ = 154e-6 Ω-kg/m² Ag 15.9e-9 Ω-m * 10500 kg/m³ = 167e-6 Ω-kg/m² Au 22.14e-9 Ω-m * 19300 kg/m³ = 427e-6 Ω-kg/m² Zn 68e-9 Ω-m * 7130 kg/m³ = 485-6 Ω-kg/m² Fe 100e-9 Ω-m * 7870 kg/m³ = 787e-6 Ω-kg/m² Note that Al is half that of Cu.
Q:Related technical standards of aluminium coil
GB/T 6453-1986 inhalation zirconium aluminum alloy composite stripGB/T 6452-1986 zirconium aluminum alloy powder for inhalationGB/T 3959-1994 industrial anhydrous aluminium chlorideGB/T 3151-1982, water purifying agent, aluminium sulfateGB/T 1871.3-1995 - Determination of aluminium oxide content in phosphorus ores and concentrates -- Volumetric and spectrophotometric methods
Q:What do the two items (COIL:873347 HEAT: number) on the label of the raw material of aluminum coil stand for?
COIL means aluminum coil and HEAT means heating, so together they mean hot rolled coil.
Q:Foshan where there are high-quality aluminum and aluminum rolls for sale?
Hexi Industrial Zone, Yanbu District, Nanhai District, Foshan
Q:What volume of oxygen measured at 25oC and 0.975 atm is required to completely oxidize 3.42 g of aluminum to a?
First write out the formula reaction: 4Al + 3O2 --- 2Al2O3 Next, find the number of moles of oxygen gas needed to oxidize 3.42 g of aluminium completely. From the cchemical equation above, 3 mol of oxygen is used to oxidize completely 4 mol of aluminium. Calculate the no. of moles of aluminium used: no. of moles of aluminium used = 3.42 g / molar mass of Al = 3.42 g / 26.98 g mol^-1 = 0.127 mol Use the mole ratio concept to find the no. of moles of oxygen required: no. of moles of oxygen required : no. of moles of aluminium used = 3 : 4 no. of moles of oxygen required / 0.127 = 3 / 4 no. of moles of oxygen required = (3 / 4)(0.127) = 0.095 mol Next, use the gas equation PV = nRT [P: Pressure of gas in Pa; V: Volume of gas in m^3; n: no. of moles; R, gas constant, 8.314 J mol^-1 K^-1; T, Temperature of gas in K] -Convert 0.975 atm to Pa: 0.975 atm = (0.975 x 101325) Pa = 98791.875 Pa -Convert 25 oC to K: 25 oC = (25 + 273) K = 298 K -Substitute into the equation PV = nRT and solve it: (98791.875)(V) = (0.095)(8.31)(298) (98791.875)(V) = 235.2561 V = 235.2561 / 98791.875 = 0.002381 m^3 = (0.002381 x 10^3) L = 2.381 L
Q:I want to roll aluminum rolls and operate the machine for more than three years
According to the "Regulations" the relevant provisions of the labor insurance ability of the level of disability identification to enjoy treatment of inductrial injury: (1) medical expenses by the unit in full advance;
Q:Help!!!!!! Questions about Aluminium?
1) From What does aluminium derive its name? Ancient Greeks and Romans used aluminium salts as dyeing mordants and as astringents for dressing wounds; alum is still used as a styptic. In 1761 Guyton de Morveau suggested calling the base alum alumine. In 1808, Humphry Davy identified the existence of a metal base of alum, which he at first termed alumium and later aluminum . The earliest citation given in the Oxford English Dictionary for any word used as a name for this element is alumium, which British chemist and inventor Humphry Davy employed in 1808 for the metal he was trying to isolate electrolytically from the mineral alumina. 2)From which ore is aluminium extracted? Bauxite 3)Which country produces more aluminium than any other? China 4)An American and French scientist both patented the current process used to produce aluminium, what were there names? Hall and Héroult 5)Who is credited with having been first to produce metallic aluminium? Friedrich Wöhler
Q:welding steel near aluminum?
A 110 volt mig might not get hot enough to fuse to the broken stud but you are on the right track. The heat from welding will loosen the stud slightly sometimes enough to back it out with a sharp tool or slot cut in the broken piece. I have removed many broken bolts and studs in aluminum that were deep in the head with tig, by welding a dab of weld at a time and keep building it up till I could grab it with a pair of pliers. It requires precision welding skills but can be done. You might try it with the mig but you must not allow the arc to touch the aluminum. If you weld the washer to it make sure that the washer is not plated it will create more problems for you (health related). Good luck!
Q:There is no professional aluminum roll,
Baidu, Inc., a China military there, here not to send.

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