1050 H24 0.005 Thickness Aluminum Sheet Alloy Plate

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Grade: 2000 Series,5000 Series,7000 Series,4000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated,Mill Finish Shape: Angle,Oval
Temper: T3-T8,Soft,Half Hard Application: Decorations,Glass Wall,Pharmaceutical Technique: Extruded
Thickness: 0.05-4.0mm Width: 900--1500mm Outer Diameter: 450-600
Net Weight (kg): 2.5 ton Packaging: Wooden pallets

Product Description:

1050 1100 3003 5052 5754 5083 6061 7075 H24 Metal Alloy Aluminum Sheet 

Packaging & Delivery


3003 Aluminum Coil

ALloy or Not



1100H-18, 3003-H24,3003-H26,3005-H26,8011,3004,3105,5005,etc.




<2000mm< span="">


1 MT

Coating finish

Brushed, drawing, embossed, printing


As to code RAL


Embossed,Mill Finish,Coated,Brushed


10-90%(EN ISO-2813:1994)

Total coating thick

PVDF27 ~35micron

Polyester18~27micron(EN ISO-2360:1995)

Coating hardness



5B (EN ISO-2409:1994)

Impact resistance

No cracking and peeling (A.S.T.M D2794-1993)

Flexibility (T-bend)

0T- 2T

MEK resistance



ISO9001:2000, CE, SGS

Coil's standard diameter


Inner Diameter


Coil's standard weight

1MT - 2MT

   Product Specification


1000 Series: 1050 1060 1100

3000 Series: 3003 3004 3105

5000 Series: 5052 5605,5083

6000 Series: 6061 6063

8000 Series: 8011 8021 8079




2400mm max.



Coil ID

75mm, 150mm, 200mm, 300mm, 400mm, 508mm or negotiable

Coil weight


Coil OD

1700mm max.


O, H12, H14, H16, H111, H22 ,H24, H26, H28,T4, T6,etc.

Chemical Composition

6A020.50- Cr0.15-0.350.45-0.9--0.2remains

1050 H24 0.005 Thickness Aluminum Sheet Alloy Plate

1050 H24 0.005 Thickness Aluminum Sheet Alloy Plate

1050 H24 0.005 Thickness Aluminum Sheet Alloy Plate

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Q:Calculate the resistance of aluminium cable of length 1o km and diameter 2mm?
Let ρ be the resistivity of the aluminum cable, A the cross sectional area of the cable and l the cable's length. The resistance R of the aluminum cable is now given by: R = ρ·l / A = 2.7·10^-8·(10·10^3) / (π·r²) = 2.7·10^-8·(10·10^3) / (π·(1·10^-3)²) = 85.9 Ω I guess the tricky part is remembering: R = ρ·l / A but when you realize how intuitive this equation is you don't have to memorize it. The resistance R is proportional to the resistivity ρ, so we must have the following in our equation: R = ρ·k , where k is some value governed by the dimensions of the cable! It is logical that the resistance is also proportional to the wires length l. This is logical when you realize that the longer the wire the more obstacles the electrons will have to pass by! Now we have that: R = ρ·l·c , where c is another value governed now by the cross sectional area (only dimensional property left). If we think of the wire as a highway with cars instead of electrons we realize that there is less resistance (higher speed) when the highway has many lanes and is very broad. From this we realize that the greater the cross sectional area the smaller the resistance. R must therefore be inversely proportional to A. We now have: R = ρ·l / A I hope there are no mistakes here :P
Q:Is stainless steel harder than aluminum?
SS is much harder than aluminum and it would scratch an aluminum plate. Google the materials to get hardness values.
Q:Impact strength of aluminium 2024 composite after cryogenic?
Aluminum 2024 doesn't have a transition temperature, it absorbs about 18n-m impact strength (via charpy tests I ran three weeks ago at my College course). This was constant between -150ºC to +150°C (liquid nitrogen to a furnace). This excerpt from wiki: Cutting tools In 1982 at the Oak Ridge National Laboratories, George Wei, Terry Tiegs, and Paul Becher discovered a composite of aluminium oxide and silicon carbide whiskers. This material proved to be exceptionally strong. Development of this laboratory-produced composite to a commercial product took only three years. In 1985, the first commercial cutting tools made from this alumina and silicon carbide whisker-reinforced composite were introduced by the Advanced Composite Materials Corporation (ACMC) and Greenleaf Corporation. Leads me to believe it depends on how you mix the material in would make a difference. Silicon Carbide and aluminum make very strong tools, but would make it more brittle. The ceramic in a metallic crystal lattice (metal is a crystalline structure) would allow more voids to coalesce leading to a brittle fracture, but the initial strength would be improved because of substitution dislocations in the crystal structure (it would be more rigid, stronger, but more prone to sudden failure). Silicon carbide has low thermal expansion coefficient compared to aluminum also so when it gets really cold the aluminum would contract around the particles increasing the strength, but again, reducing ductility and causing fractures to occur more rapidly. Anyways, very interesting, you should do a bit of research on your own after this as I gave you some good places to work from (and I'm sure plenty of words to look up ;D )
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:Which is better - a steel roof or an aluminum roof?
Steel, lasts forever.
Q:a sample of aluminum chloride has a mass of 37.2 g. how many aluminum ions are present?
Aluminum Chloride is simply AlCl3 So In each mole of AlCl3 there are 1 mol of Al 3 mol of Cl We know (from periodic table), 1 mol of Al weighs 26.98 g 1 mol of Cl weighs 35.47g so 1 mol of AlCl3 weighs 26.98g + 3x35.47g = 133.39 g sooo moles of AlCl3 = 37.2 g /133.39 g/mol = 0.279 mol in one mol of anything, there are 6.02 x 10 ^ 23 of that thing... so we have 0.279 mol x 6.02 x 10 ^ 23 molecules /mole = 1.68 x 10 ^ 23 And, we know one molecule of AlCl3 dissociates into one Al ion and 3 Cl ions sooo 1.68 x 10 ^ 23 AlCl3 ions dissociate into 1.68 x 10 ^ 23 Al ions so answer is 1.68 x 10 ^ 23 Al ions
Q:Science help about aluminum? 10 points?
well if you took a look at the periodic table it would answer all you questions. its a metal...metal is a solid but can be a liquid when the temperatures are increased. and this page will tell u what its obtained from.
Q:Would Aluminum foil sculptures sell?
It would have to be something they could not make by themselves. It would have to be durable. It would also help if the sculpture is useful in some way. Hey, I am just telling you what sells, from long experience. Maybe you would like to teach a class in foil sculpture instead. Try offering a class on Craigslist and see if anyone signs up. Or you could do videos or a pamphlet and sell those on Ebay. .
Q:Calculate the specific heat of aluminum?
Heat gained by water = heat lost by aluminum Heat = H mass = m specific heat =c change in temperature = dT H = mcdT mcdT for water = mcdT for Al (23.2)(1.00)(13) = (25.0)(c(Al))(33-98) c(Al) = (23.2)(1.00)(13)/(25.0)(65) = 0.186 This value is just a bit below the known value of specific heat for aluminum, where c = 0.217 cal/g.C
Q:Is a $500 Aluminum mountain bike store bike the same as a $100 aluminum mountain bike from Walmart?
There are several different alloys of aluminum used to make bike frames. A $500 bike is probably made from a higher quality alloy than a cheap $100 bike frame. Apart from the alloy used, the quality of fabrication will also be better in a more expensive bike. The components used on the more expensive bike will also be much better. The better bike will also be available in a variety of frame sizes, important if you are taller or shorter than average. There is a lot more to bike quality than the description of the metal used to make the frame and the difference in quality between a bike selling for $100 and one that sells for $500 is huge.

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