Mill Finished Aluminum Coils 8xxx

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1.Structure of Mill Finished Aluminum Coils 8xxx Description

Mill Finished Aluminum Coils 8xxx is widely used for electronics, instruments, lighting decoration, honeycomb-core panel, sandwich panel, aluminum composite panel and aluminum composite pipes.

2.Main Features of Mill Finished Aluminum Coils 8xxx

•    Superior quality of raw material

•    Reasonable and stable chemical composition

3.Mill Finished Aluminum Coils 8xxx Images 

 

 

4.Mill Finished Aluminum Coils 8xxx Specification

Alloy

AA8xxx (AA8011 etc.)

Temper

H14, H16, H18, H22, H24, H26, H32, O/F

Thickness

0.2mm -- 100mm

Width

30mm -- 1700mm

Standard

GB/T 3880-2006,EN,ASTM,JIS

 5. FAQ of Aluminum Sheets 1xxx C.C Quality

A.How to guarantee the quality?

Customers are welcome to our mill to visit and check the products. Besides, we can arrange a third party to test Mill Finished Aluminum Coils 8xxx products.

B. Now which countries do you export your goods?

 Now we export to  South East Asia,Africa, North America,South America  ect.

 

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Q:Why does the hollow aluminium rolling shutter door fall off for a long time?
The series of HO profiles is heated by Doyle's Aluminum Alloy bar by extrusion forming production, use the 6063 Aluminum Alloy material, has excellent plasticity, corrosion resistance, toughness, easy polishing, film. Aluminum Alloy thermal cooling fast, excellent seismic performance, the design of hollow base not only greatly reduce the heat conduction, but also effectively reduces the acoustic resonance effect, suitable for hot summer and warm winter area and some noise pollution area.
Q:Another spear question, how strong would aluminum be?
From my understanding aluminum weapons are only for exhibitions and never for anything close to real, let alone impact. Aluminum can be a strong/durable metal, but in the end it can hardly hold up against wood like pine, let alone oak. There's also here-say about aluminum shattering. I don't really know what that's about, but I have heard a rumor that about some doing so, whatever the extend of shattering really means. I wouldn't bother with aluminum when there's very fine woods that can be used instead. Aluminum is also cheap and it's said you get what you pay for. Personally, I'd forget aluminum and go with a hard wood.
Q:What are your opinions on recycling aluminum?
I ALWAYS recycle aluminum. I'm old enough to have been walking around this country before aluminum recycling became a normal thing and every ditch, lakeside, and creek was lined with anonymous silver cans, their painted advertising worn away. Aluminum is one of THE most costly resources to mine, transport and refine into a useable product. It takes HUGE amounts of power used to by industry to make a single aluminum can from ore. But it only takes a small fraction of that energy to recycle the can into a new one, or an aircraft wing, or a window sill or part of a car. Not recycling aluminum is like using the most expensive silk in the world for toilet paper.
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:Is it better to use an aluminum foil pan with or without bleached parchment paper?
This is an easy question to answer. Parchment paper, bleached or unbleached is safer than using aluminum cookware. Unbleached parchment paper is safer than bleached parchment paper. . Cooking parchment is a sheet of bleached or unbleached paper impregnated with silicone. The silicone makes it releasable, that is, food won’t stick to it. . The use of bleached parchment is problematical. It might leach dioxin. It may leach dioxin. Hard to know for sure. The silicon has some sealing effect on the paper. To be absolutely safe, use unbleached parchment. . I use parchment paper to cook chicken in a George Forman Mini Roaster. I fold the perimeter, put the chicken in, punch a hole over the drain hole, fold the ends and side over the chicken, and voila...no major clean up, perfectly cooked moist chicken. . The safest cooking material is silicone baking sheets. Silicone sheets are good for cookies and stuff (and save trees) . If you’re worrying about dioxin leaching out of parchment, you might want to start worrying about the toilet paper you use. . Exposure to aluminum causes health problems. I learned that many years ago (about 1944) from Mr. Stern, my chemistry teacher. Aluminum salts from aluminum cookware can leach from the pot into the food being cooked in them, especially if the food is acidic. . The same prohibitions apply to cooking with aluminum foil. If you must use it to cook with, make a tent so the foil does not come in contact with the food. . Aluminum cookware is prohibited for sale in many European countries. It’s permitted in the United States because good aluminum cookware sold today is anodized (a process that seals the aluminum by changing it’s molecular structure. . Avoid cookware covered with a non-stick coating.
Q:Is shiny surface aluminium good for blanket?
Electrical conductivity has nothing to do with it. Emergency blankets of the type you describe have much lower thermal conductivity than metallic aluminium. The shiny surfaces both reflect body heat back to the body and do not radiate heat away. The sun is not involved in its operation as they work equally well at night or in other unlit places.
Q:Painting an aluminum boat.?
Altough Pettit says you can topcoat this primer, you will probably get a better result if you prime the primer with whatever is recommended for the type of topcoat you use. For the hull, use a paint with a high UV rating, and avoid using red, it oxidizes faster. I would also suggest you use the Alumaprotect inside the hull as well.
Q:Is aluminum silicate roll felt the same as aluminum silicate acupuncture blanket?
No, the unit weight of aluminum silicate fiber felt is greater than that of aluminum silicate acupuncture blanket. Both are thermal insulation and fire-proof material and have the same function.
Q:Is the aluminum coil with damaged side still useful?
The side of tire, also called side wall, is the thinnest and most fragile. Side wall damages can be divided into swell and scratch. The swell is often caused by external force (The car is trapped in pit or on curb when you are driving fast). It can cause the cord thread break so that the rubber of the tire side wall cannot be fixed and tightened. The size of the swell is often as big as that of an one-yuan coin and will become bigger as the traveling distance increases. Under such circumstance, it is recommended to replace the tire. Scratch is usually caused by bad roads or debris on the road. It is recommended to replace the tire if the scratch in the side wall is obvious and the cord thread break. If the front wheels have such damages, the tire should be replaced as soon as possible (Because the steering, braking and driving is mainly based on the front wheels.). If there is no spare tire on site, change the front damaged tire with the rear tire and drive to an appropriate place.
Q:Why is aluminium used in buildings amd cooking?
Aluminum reacts with water under certain conditions, but cookware does not usually present any of those conditions. Aluminum cookware takes advantage of the oxidizing process, which creates a natural protective layer over the aluminum. It doesn't react with water in the same way that chemical equations say it will because cooking surfaces are designed to maximize the oxidation effect. This is basically the same reason why aluminum foil doesn't react in water. In building materials, it's less about exposure to the elements and more about how cheap and lightweight it is. Many building materials are aluminum alloys, which makes them more susceptible to corrosion than purer aluminum, and the use of aluminium roofing material, though fairly corrosion-resistant by itself (for the same reasons as cookware), gets compromised by the proximity of other metals used in construction, like non-stainless steel nails and screws, for example, or copper pipes without insulation. The trade-off is that aluminium alloys hold their shape better and have greater tensile strength, some of which approach that of steel.

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