1100-H124 aluminium sheet and aluminium slab in warehouse

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Cold rolled aluminum sheet is widely used in the field of construction field and decoration field, etc.

There are many different grades, such as: 1000 series, 2000 series, 3000 series, 5000 series, 6000series, etc. The detailed grade are as follows: 1010, 1050,1060,1100, 2024, 3003, 3005, 3105, 5052,5754,5083,6061,6063,8011, etc.

The temper is include H14, H22, H24, H44,H112,H114,etc.

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1100-H124 aluminium sheet and aluminium slab in warehouse

4. Product detailed sizes:

1000mm*2000mm, 1219mm*2438mm,1220mm*2440mm, 1250mm*2500mm,1500mm*3000mm, etc.

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What is the quality standard?

---Usually our standard is GB3880-2006 or others.

What is the width range?

---It is from 1000mm to 2500mm, etc.

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---It is from 2000mm to 6000mm, etc.

 

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Q:Properties of Aluminium?
No metals are microwavable, they will ruin any microwave oven by producing sparks. Even ceramic plates with a little metallic paint eg of silver will spark. Aluminium on its own has little strength but when mixed with small amounts of eg copper or manganese it aquires great strength while remaining light. In addition it has the advantage of being very resistant to oxidation and corrosion. It is certainly used extensively in aircraft construction. Due to being non toxic it used to make cans for beers, soft drinks (sodas) etc However it doesn't stand up well to high temperatures, its melting point is just at 660 degrees celsius, by comparison for iron it is 1540 and tungsten 3420.
Q:aluminum elements question?
Aluminum is element 13, so it has 13 protons. This also means that it normally has 13 electrons (provided it is not in an ionic state). Normally it has 14 neutrons, but may have less or more in various isotopes.
Q:What oil does the aluminum plate stretch with?
There are professional tensile oil, you can ask to pull the rice cooker liner manufacturers know, if not a lot of production, you can use peanut oil first try, the effect barely enough!
Q:Which of the following statements explains why corrosion is not usually a serious problem with aluminum?
Aluminum forms a tough protective coating with oxygen. The coating of aluminum oxide is not porous enough to let further oxygen through it, so the aluminum underneath is protected from further corrosion.
Q:Which is more reactive Aluminium or Nitrogen?
Q:Into which compound does aluminium nitrate decompose?
l would say you have mostly aluminum oxide as a product which probably contains some Nitrogen dioxide gas, a second product of the decomposition of aluminum nitrate. If I were you I would not heat nitrate salts as they can explode upon heating. they also need to be kept away from any kind of reducing agent such as powdered metals, or any fuels, reactions can be violent.
Q:Soldering aluminum cylinder, strength?
Whether that weld will be OK depends on the diameter of the cylinder. The force on the weld will be equal to the operating pressure time the radius of the cylinder, with the wall opposite the weld have an equal force. Divide that force by the thickness of the weld to figure the stress. You want to have a safety factor of about 3. As the Bernzomatic has either a brass or aluminum head, which would melt at the temperatures which are required for true welding (melting metals so that they flow together), you will be performing brazing with a Bernzomatic. I cannot comment on the strength of the brazing bond. The thickness of the brazing metal deposit depends on the strength of the brazing alloy, which I also cannot comment on. 6061 will melt at 1206°, which you will not approach with the Bernzo kit. A blowout of a metal cylinder at 60 psi could be pretty ugly. I suggest that you befriend someone who has a TIG welder and get their help. A properly welded 1/8 thick cylinder could handle about 660 psi with no problem. If you create a lap joint, using an outer strip of aluminum, and then band your cylinder with stainless steel hose clamps, you will be relying upon the brazing only to provide a gas seal. The strength would come from the hose clamps. You still need to do some calculation on forces involved. A 1/2 wide stainless hose clamp will probably hold back about 240 lb. of force with a comfortable margin of safety.
Q:Too much aluminum sulfate on soil ! What should i do?
how much did you add i mix it with the soil for my hydrangeas and never have a problem.. blend it into the soil around the hydrangeas the burning you see may be related to something other than the aluminum sulfate
Q:What is the causes of aluminium discolouration?
Aluminum oxides may appear in different colors depending on hydration states and other variables. Look in a CRC Handbook of Chemistry Physics if available for aluminum compounds and their colors. The colors that you see may also have as much to do with the surface finish as the color of the material on the surface. A microscopically rough surface will appear dark next to a polished surface due to light scattering. I will agree with Ling in principle, but not on details. EDS detection limits on homogeneous samples can be better than 0.1%, although not so good for elements at the light end of the detection range. Current detectors can detect chlorine (a common culprit for aluminum discoloration) at about 0.1%. Your problem with detection and one that Ling has addressed previously may be that a thin film of contamination would not be easily detected by EDS. As Ling suggests, SIMS is a good technique for detecting thin films and low concentrations. The problem with SIMS in this case may be that the detection limits are too good and the technique cannot be quantified. SIMS would detect 2 ppm of chloride and you couldn't tell for sure whether it was 2 ppm, which is probably not an issue here, or 2000 ppm, which would be significant. I would suggest x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (ESCA or XPS) as an alternative for further study. The technique will analyze thin films (20 A) and detection limits are good enough (about 0.1%). In addition, XPS will give you information about the compounds present, e.g. whether the oxygen is aluminum oxide, aluminum hydroxide, etc. Good Luck.
Q:aluminum can recycling question?
Aluminium is one of the most and best recyclable material. I'm sure they do.

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