Mill Finished Aluminium Circle for Cookware with High Quality

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2 m.t.
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1.Structure of Mill Finished Aluminium Circle for Cookware with High Quality

 

Mill Finished Aluminium Circle for Cookware with High Quality 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 Mill Finished Aluminium Circle for Cookware with High Quality

 

 

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. Product Specification

 

ALLOYTemperThicknessDiameterWeight
AA1050H140.2MM-3MM100MM-1000MM2 TONS

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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:Why is there aluminum in dry pancake mix?
The aluminum is in the baking powder. Very common but you can buy it without it, it is much healthier for you. Aluminum is correlated to Alzheimer's and ADD. Baked goods taste much better without the aluminum too. Benzoate of soda, a preservative that can alter your DNA. Not too good for you, no matter what the FDA may say about it. All told, if you are concerned for your health, keep to organic as much as possible and made from scratch too. Way too much junk is put in our food and health products.
Q:Mercury corrodes aluminum?
hang on ill have a psychic moment... ok, we have two types of metal. ferrous and non ferrous... ferrous rusts... Fe... iron. non ferrous... no iron... Copper and aluminium, and zinc and silver appear int he periodic table, they are NOBLE metals.. pure elements... copper corrodes in acid aluminium corrodes iin alkali and i dont know what corrodes Zinc... and theyre digging up pieces of silver and gold which are thousands of years old, out of the sea... and they look as good as the day they were made... oh, and raw untreated steel starts rusting within hours of exposure to water and air... without air, the metal willstill corrode, but it'll take much much longer... your average ford starts rusting itself to death within 10 years... yet the titanic has been under the ocean for almost 100 years... and ok, i know the titanic hull is a bit thicker than a ford wheel arch... but the principle holds.
Q:Aluminium in deodorants?
This is doctrine according to me, so Don't take it for absolute truth. I had a science teacher who said the aluminum in deodorant was bad for you because you have major arteries in your armpits that go to the rest of your body and it carries it there and is linked to things like alzheimers (please excuse my spelling). Then I had another teacher who said that that was complete rubbish. Aluminum is everywhere. If it was going to do that from deodorant, it would do it from a million other things. Oh, and certain deodorants work for certain people, others not so well. I actually have to switch types every once in a while because the one I use stops working. In my experience, the natural stuff doesn't work as well. So, you don't have to believe me, but you asked what I thought.
Q:How do i clean a aluminum bicycle?
You can use water and soap. Aluminum does not rust and will not be harmed by water. Happy washing
Q:Can kerosene lubricate and cool aluminum coil when continuous punch?
Yes, because water and oil are not solute, but they will emulsificate.
Q:What is a good slogan for Aluminum?
Aluminium - Wrap **** in it
Q:Aluminum Foil Moles?
Okay. If you have .55mm thick, 1cm square of Al, you you have 55 cubic mm of Al. 55 cubic mm is .055 cubic centimeters of Al. .055 * denisty of Al (2.699 g/cm3) gives you .148 grams of Al. Al molecule weight is 27g/mole. So .148 g * (1 mole / 27 grams) = .00548 moles of Aluminum. That rounds to about 5.50 x 10-3 moles. I should also add that A) Remember when you are converting cubic units (such as mm3 into cm3), the conversion factor should also be cubed (so 1 cubic mm = 10^3 cubic cm). Also, not to be nit picky, but this question is dumb because aluminum foil would also have a good portion of aluminum oxide coating it...but I wouldn't bring that up to the teacher if I were you. :-)
Q:Why does a ring of aluminum interact with a magnetic field?
Aluminum is not a magnetic material and will not be affected by stationary magnets. However, if a changing magnetic field is present, an electrical voltage will be induced in the aluminum ring and an electric current will flow as a result. This current will produce a magnetic field which will interact with the externally produced magnetic field. The key here is a changing magnetic field - because the voltage induced in the aluminum ring will be proportional to the rate of change of the field. If an aluminum disk is passed between the poles of a powerful magnet, eddy currents will be induced in the aluminum producing a magnetic field that will tend to retard the motion of the aluminum relative to the magnet. The changing field in this case is due to the motion of the aluminum. Iron is attracted to a magnetic field because it is a ferro-magnetic material. Wood is not a magnetic material, and it is not an electrical conductor, so it will not behave as aluminum does in a magnetic field.
Q:Science help about aluminum? 10 points?
1. Solid, liquid, or gas... I bet you can guess. 2. There's a mess of them in the right side info box of the wikipedia article:
Q:copper and aluminum combined in coins?
i think its fine

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