Mill Finished Aluminum Coils for Secondly Pass

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5 m.t.
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1000000 m.t./month

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Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish Shape: Flat
Temper: O-H112,Hard Application: Transportation Tools

Product Description:

1.Structure of Mill Finished Aluminum Coils for Secondly Pass


Mill Finished Aluminum Coils for Secondly Pass 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 Aluminum Coils for Secondly Pass


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.


3. Image of Mill Finished Aluminum Coils for Secondly Pass

Mill Finished Aluminum Coils for Secondly Pass

Mill Finished Aluminum Coils for Secondly Pass

Mill Finished Aluminum Coils for Secondly Pass



4. Product Specification


ALLOYTEMPERROLLINGTHICKNESSWIDTH
AA1050H14CONTINUOUS ROLLING3MM-5MM1000MM-1500MM


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:A certain ionic compound is made entirely of aluminum and oxygen.What is the formula for this compound?
Aluminum Oxide Al2O3
Q:How many 330 ml aluminium cans is equivalent to a roll of aluminium foil 30cmx10m (abt 12 inch by 3 feet)?
Aluminium foil is less than 0.2mm thick but typically 0.02mm so a piece 300mm x 100mm has a total volume of 3 x 1 x 2 x 10^2 mm^3 that is 600 mm^3 The density of Al is 2700 kg/m^3 so the mass of your foil is 2700 x 600 /10^9 kg = 0.00162 kg = 1.62 g Modern aluminium cans weigh about 15g I take it you aren't studying either physics or mathematics or you would easily have workd it out!
Q:WIFFLE BALL bats have you ever used a ALUMINUM WIFFLE BALL bat?
I did her like this I did her like that I did it with a wiffle ball bat
Q:What is in aluminum foil? What is its molar mass?
just use aluminum and goto the periodic table of elements. its all aluminum. they used to make it of tin.
Q:Is anodized aluminum rust-proof?
Aluminum would be an ideal material stainless steel a better one, aluminum does not rust it deteriorates to electrolite when in contact with salt water and a magnetic or ferrus metal. Therefore as long as your boat is fitted with salt water anodes it should create no problems if not it will deteriorate rapidly in salt water. All powered salt water craft/vessels carry anodes ie there is an anode fitted to the aluminum drive leg of an outboard or Z drive if intended for salt water use, On larger ships the anodes are normally fixed to the rudder blade so equip your platform the same. Zink anodes are cheap and available at every salt water chandlers. You should also use non ferrus bolts and screws to screw your construction together with, or to fix it to the hull, or better make a set of jigs to suit shape size and then get it TIG welded never mix ferrus and non ferrus metals in the presence of salt water without a zink anode, the damage is rapid and attacks the structure of the non ferrus metal creating an electric field and destroying the weakest current catalyst ie the aluminum itself. The non ferrus metals that in general maritime use that are are not so much effected by salt water are phosphor bronze, brass,and copper.Non of these would be suitable for making your platform, therefore aluminum. If weight is not a problem though i would recommend a middle grade stainless steel such as se 80 or around that grade, And again it would be better to be TIG welded than bolted together, bolts are subject to movement (especially at sea) and therefore hole enlargement. As are safety standard pop rivets.
Q:how to weld aluminum with fluxcore?
They make aluminum welding sticks with flux that work with DC welders.
Q:Best place to order 25 micron diameter aluminum wire?
If they can't help, try asking the tech support guys at the wirebond manufacturers and the tool manufacturers. KS in the US and Shinkawa in Japan used to be the big guys. You can search for ultrasonic bond tools. You can also check with superconducting research centers; several private and public ones. Researchers might loan you materials and/or bonding support. BTW, Al critical temp is reportedly about 1.2°K, pretty tough to get that cold! U/S bond wire has 1% silicon, partly for hardness, you can probably bond pure wire though. Key is breaking up the oxide. Maybe bonding at cold temps and/or in vacuum would work. Also, I doubt epoxy would be good or superconducting at the temps. Al filled epoxy is unreliable electrical conductor due to oxide formation. Will be a bear to handle such fine wires without a bonder! Good luck!
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 doesn't aluminium oxide dissolve in water?
It does dissolve, but only slightly. It has a solubility of about 0.0001 under atmospheric pressure, it doesn't dissolve because the aluminium is extremely strongly bonded to oxygen, so it can't dissociate very much at all. If you want to dissolve aluminium oxide, you should use an alkaline solution.
Q:what are the grades of commercial aluminium?
Aluminum alloy designations are described by a 4-digit index system. The first digit indicates the alloy group according to the major alloying elements. 1XXX - 99% Al with no major alloying element. 2XXX – copper 3XXX – Manganese 4XXX – Silicon 5XXX – Magnesium and silicon 7XXX – Zinc 8XXX – other element Experimental alloy designations have an “X” prefix Aluminum temper designations (suffixes) describe heat-treatable and non heat-treatable alloys.

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