Series 1,3,5,8 Aluminum Coils and Sheets Mill Finished

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Aluminium is a relatively soft, durable, lightweight, ductile and malleablemetal with appearance ranging from silvery to dull gray, depending on the surface roughness. It is nonmagnetic and does not easily ignite. A fresh film of aluminium serves as a good reflector (approximately 92%) of visible light and an excellent reflector (as much as 98%) of medium and far infrared radiation. The yield strength of pure aluminium is 7–11 MPa, while aluminium alloys have yield strengths ranging from 200 MPa to 600 MPa. Aluminium has about one-third the density and stiffness of steel. It is easily machined, cast, drawn and extruded.

 

Alloy:  AA1050, 1060, 1100, AA3003, 3005, 3015, 5052, 5754, 5083,8011,etc

Temper:H14/16/18/22/24/32,HO etc.

Thickness:0.2mm—100mm

Width:100mm—2300mm (Can be slitted)

Inner Diameter: 508MM

CoilWeight:500kg-3000kg(Max.)

Application: Foil stock, Circles, Roofing, Canstock, Marine plate,Anti-sliperypurpose in vehicles, packing and appliance.


Chemical Composition and Mechanical Properties

                     CHEMICAL    COMPOSITION   (Max)         

Si

Fe

Cu

Mn

Gallium

Cr

Boron

Zinc

Ti+Van

0.10

0.40

0.05

0.01

0.03

0.01

0.05

0.05

0.02

  UTS  

 (Mpa)

ELONGATION 

  

         At temperature of 20 deg. c 

RESISTIVITY Ω·mm²/M, max

CONDUCTIVITY%IACS,  min

59--135

 20%  Min

        0.028035

      61.5

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Q:How much is the 25mm aluminum coil at current market?
You must mean 25-wide aluminum coil. The price consists of the aluminum ingot price and processing charges. For example, if the processing price is 4500 yuan, it is relatively cheap. 25mm-wide aluminum coil is very narrow, so it will be much complicated to strip.
Q:Copper chloride + H2O + Aluminum?
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Q:where to buy aluminium birdcage?
you can buy them at almost any pet sore.
Q:Chem Help: Ionization energies for aluminum?
aluminum forms an ion by loosing electrons. once an electron is lost, the nucleus attains net positive charge. as a result, the remaining electrons are strongly held by nuclea force of attraction, hence more energy is required to remove them.
Q:Aluminum rolls fall into the water.
Do you want to ask if the water has seeped into the crevice?If you get it soon, there should be no problem. No, you can just sun it and see if there's any water coming out of it
Q:Balanced Chemical Equation for Aluminum and Cobalt?
That's pretty sparse. Perhaps the question is referring to a single replacement reaction. Aluminum is above cobalt in the activity series, which allows us to predict that aluminum metal will reduce cobalt ions, while aluminum is oxidized. This occurs as long as there is an ion present which will react with the aluminum oxide layer on the surface of aluminum. This passivating Al2O3 layer keeps aluminum metal from reacting. The presence of chloride ions will break down the passivating layer allowing the aluminum metal below to react. Al2O3(s) + 6H+ + 8Cl- -- 2[AlCl4]- + 3H2O(l) 2Al(s) + 3Co2+ -- 2Al3+ + 3Co(s)
Q:Elements that bond well with aluminium?
Fluorine can bond with aluminum. Aluminum has three extra electrons and will easily let the Fluorine atoms use them. Because Aluminum has three, that means three Fluorines can bond. The result is AlF³, also known as Aluminum trifluoride.
Q:Will aluminum heads increase my hp?
The material is not what establishes the performance. It is the shape, design, and volume of air flow through the ports. Editorial: If this persuit is all about the hobby--- have fun. Don't expect to make your money back on this car if you ever sell it though. In fact such modifications may reduce resale value. Editorial ended. Aluminum is easier to machine than cast iron and this is the biggest reason you find some high-performance heads in aluminum. A completely special designed part can be more easily machined, even from solid aluminum billet. Cast iron usually requires compromise in terms of being able to actually cast the raw part itself with roughed out shape in the sand mold. Even then if aluminum is sand-cast it is still easier to machine and clean up-- especially for low volume production. So you see many high-perf heads are aluminum. Its not the aluminum that does the job--- it is the design itself. Aluminum has better thermal conductivity for cooling, but that is not always an advantage when matching up to a cast iron block. It is a side consideration-- the shape of the combustion chamber and valve position and ports is what gets it done. Some engine makes have very good cast-iron performance heads that are factory proven and usually less trouble (like leaking head gaskets and all) than similar aluminum heads. Depending upon the make of engine you are working with, there are books, parts lists, and so on for various build-ups for performance. They list part numbers, advantages and disadvantages and so forth. Do a search on-line and it will be worth it to have the reference in hand. Summit Racing might be one place to start. If you have a particular part in mind, you can find the original specs from the manufacturer with some guidance to compare to their other parts and what are the advantages-disadvantages.
Q:Four roller rolling mill roller bearing on the aluminum top how always have holes
Do not know your factory function division, should have special polishing work roll, support roller grinding workshop, this problem should be addressed to them, sticks are not qualified, how can dry out qualified products?
Q:Aluminum's differences?
Aluminum is very light. Pot metal, also known as white metal, die-cast zinc, or monkey metal,[1] is a slang term that refers to alloys that consist of inexpensive, low-melting point metals used to make fast, inexpensive castings. There is no scientific metallurgical standard for pot metal; common metals in pot metal include zinc, lead, copper, tin, magnesium, aluminium, iron, and cadmium. The primary advantage of pot metal is that it is quick and easy to cast. Due to its low melting temperature no sophisticated foundry equipment is needed and specialized molds are not necessary. It is sometimes used to experiment with molds and ideas before using metals of higher quality. Examples of items created from pot metal include toys, furniture fittings, tool parts, electronics components, and automotive parts.[citation needed] Pot metal can be prone to instability over time, as it has a tendency to bend, distort, crack, shatter, and pit with age.[1] The low boiling point of zinc and the fast cooling of the newly-cast part often allow air bubbles to remain within the cast part, weakening the metal.[1] Many of the components of pot metal are susceptible to corrosion from airborne acids and other contaminants, and the internal corrosion of the metal often causes the decorative plating to flake off.[citation needed] Pot metal is not easily glued, soldered or welded.[1] At one time, pot metal referred to a copper alloy that was primarily alloyed with lead. 67% Cu, 29% Pb 4% Sb and 80% Cu, 20% Pb were common formulations.[2] The primary component of pot metal is zinc, but often the caster adds other metals to the mix to strengthen the cast part, improve the flow of the molten metal, or to reduce cost.[dubious – discuss] With a low melting point of 419 °C (786 °F), zinc is often alloyed with other metals including lead, tin, aluminium and copper.

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