Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 6XXX

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1.Structure of Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 6XXX Description

Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 6XXX has great ductility, heat conductivity, anti-corrosion and moisture resistance properties. We pay attention to the quality that it is free from Oil Stain, Dent, Inclusion, Scratches, Stain, Oxide Dicoloration, Breaks

Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 6XXX is widely used for PP cap stock, hot rolled thick plate, PS base plate, the traffic sign ,air-conditioner heat and exchangers, food container.

2.Main Features of Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 6XXX

•    competitive price

•    Reasonable and stable chemical composition

•    Accurate tolerance

3.Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 6XXX Images 

 

 

4.Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 6XXX Specification

Alloy

AA6xxx (AA6061 etc)

Temper

T6

Thickness

0.2mm -- 100mm

Width

30mm -- 1700mm

Standard

GB/T 3880-2006, EN etc

5. FAQ of Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 6XXX

A.How to guarantee the quality?

We can arrange a third party to test Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 6XXX. Before the shipment, we will test the products to ensure the quality is good.

B.When will you deliver the products?

The products will be delivered within 35 days after receiving original L/C or advanced payment.

C. Where have you exported this product?

It is exported to Africa, Middle East Asia and so on.

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Q:why is it that a synthetic ruby which is made out of aluminum and chromium, wont repell a spinning magnet ?
A synthetic ruby may be made of aluminum, but that is not ALL that it is made of. The primary material in all rubies is aluminum oxide. So you need oxygen. It's not like the stuff is hard to find... they probably don't even need to overtly add it when they manufacture rubies. And of course, that creates a world of difference. Ferric oxide (a.k.a. rust) isn't magnetic either, even though iron is very strongly so. Aluminum is NOT naturally magnetic (though I'm sure it can be induced)... but if the parallel holds one might imagine that aluminum oxide would be just as nonmagnetic as ferric oxide, neh? As for metals being crystals... yes, that is so. But keep in mind also that just because all metals are crystals, it doesn't mean that all crystals are metals. Metals are (by definition) malleable, ductile, lustrous, and conductive. None of these things can be said of ALL crystals. Ruby may be a crystal, but it is not even vaguely a metal.
Q:aluminum for thermite?
In 35+ years of demonstrating the thermite reaction, I have used fine aluminium powder to quite visible small bits. The proportions don't seem too critical, but try and keep near the amounts represented by the balanced eqtn. The difficult bit is getting the wretched stuff to ignite. With some mixes several strands of magnesium ribbon as fuse still wouldn't get it to ignite. I found a pile of 'ignition powder' at the base of the Mg often helped. There was a good commercial one available in the UK but I often made one up, main ingredients barium peroxide and magnesium powder, about 50/50. Needless to say, ignite with this mix where you won't breathe any nasty fumes. To get a good result, if I didn't use a proper crucible, I shaped one of Al foil about the capacity of 2-3 eggcups. This was put on sand in a big coffee tin, then more sand added to fill round the sides. This would give a good amount of iron. I once made the mistake of rushing in too quickly to get out the red hot iron.... and completely melted the ends of a large pair of Nickel tongs!
Q:Aluminum Frame M1911 question...?
Alloy is great for one thing. Making a gun lighter to carry around. If it was something I was going to shoot substantial amounts of ammo through, I would stick with a caliber that is a bit lower pressure-wise. No +P ever! You can expect about half the life a steel frame would give you. There are many 1911's in 38 Super with alloy frames. How many are shot out is another matter. Personally, I really wouldn't worry about it unless you are burning through more than say 100 rounds a month. Even at that, it should be 15 or 20 years before you would have to worry about it. If it's going to be a competition gun, ditch the alloy frame in favor of a steel one. The added weight will help minimize muzzle climb.
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Aluminum's are lighter and adjust more easily. To set the length on woodies, have have to twist off the wing nuts, position the lower end into the rods and replace and tighten the bolts. Aluminum's are adjusted merely by pressing the lock pins.
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Q:How is Aluminum Foil made?
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