AA 1050 coated aluminium coil

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supply Mill-finished / coated aluminum plate/sheet/ coil:

Alloy: AA1050,1060,1100,1200,2024,3003,3304,3005,3015,5052,5086,5754,5083,6061,7050,7475,8011, etc

Temper: O, H14/16/18/22/24/32/ H112/H321/T6,T851,T7451,T7351, etc

Thickness: 0.02mm—20mm

Width: 100mm—2000mm (Can be slitted)

Notice: PE coating / PVDF coating / Embossment can be done if required.

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Q:What’s the production standard of aluminum coil?
GB/T3880-2006 mechanical standard GB/T3190-1996 chemical standard
Q:is aluminum a strong metal?
wouldnt advise,it might bend Aluminium is a soft, lightweight metal with appearance ranging from silvery to dull gray, depending on the surface roughness. Aluminium is nontoxic, nonmagnetic, and nonsparking. The yield strength of pure aluminium is 7–11 MPa, while aluminium alloys have yield strengths ranging from 200 MPa to 600 MPa.[1] Aluminium has about one-third the density and stiffness of steel. It is ductile, and easily machined, cast, and extruded.
Q:What volume of oxygen measured at 25oC and 0.975 atm is required to completely oxidize 3.42 g of aluminum to a?
First write out the formula reaction: 4Al + 3O2 --- 2Al2O3 Next, find the number of moles of oxygen gas needed to oxidize 3.42 g of aluminium completely. From the cchemical equation above, 3 mol of oxygen is used to oxidize completely 4 mol of aluminium. Calculate the no. of moles of aluminium used: no. of moles of aluminium used = 3.42 g / molar mass of Al = 3.42 g / 26.98 g mol^-1 = 0.127 mol Use the mole ratio concept to find the no. of moles of oxygen required: no. of moles of oxygen required : no. of moles of aluminium used = 3 : 4 no. of moles of oxygen required / 0.127 = 3 / 4 no. of moles of oxygen required = (3 / 4)(0.127) = 0.095 mol Next, use the gas equation PV = nRT [P: Pressure of gas in Pa; V: Volume of gas in m^3; n: no. of moles; R, gas constant, 8.314 J mol^-1 K^-1; T, Temperature of gas in K] -Convert 0.975 atm to Pa: 0.975 atm = (0.975 x 101325) Pa = 98791.875 Pa -Convert 25 oC to K: 25 oC = (25 + 273) K = 298 K -Substitute into the equation PV = nRT and solve it: (98791.875)(V) = (0.095)(8.31)(298) (98791.875)(V) = 235.2561 V = 235.2561 / 98791.875 = 0.002381 m^3 = (0.002381 x 10^3) L = 2.381 L
Q:Aluminum casting?
How long are the pins? have you considered casting the pins along with the rest of the part? or is that what you are asking, it sounds, like you are talking about loading pins into the mold and having the cast spine bond with them. What casting process are you using, or are you even using a casting now, or is the spine currently rolled or extruded shapes? As mentioned on RCM, the pins will no longer be T6 after casting, if you need the T6 temper the part will have to be heat treated.
Q:separate aluminium from sodium hydroxide?
Trust me. Its not worth salvaging the hydroxide. Aluminum hydroxide is unbelievably stable and that means you probably won't be able to salvage the hydroxide without doing electrolysis or something difficult like that. That's like trying to obtain hydroxide from methanol CH3OH. Oh yea you can make methanol quite easily from a halomethane by reacting it with a hydroxide of some kind. But you will not be able to remove that hydroxide at all without neutralizing it with an acid. Hydroxides are bloody awful leaving groups. That oxygen is really glued on to that carbon well. You have to really destabilize that methanol to remove that hydroxide. Same with the aluminum hydroxide. Very stable and strong bond.
Q:Why there is arc panel after aluminum coil straightening?
The aluminum coil can only become flat and straight after being planished on stretch bender.
Q:How to remove the fingerprint and glue residue on the color aluminum coil?
Try to use essential balm. We often use the essential balm to remove glue residue on the stainless steel bowl and basin.
Q:best place to find aluminum?
Q:what are the safety precautions in handling Aluminum?
Aluminum as a solid is very safe; although non-nutritious (your body does not require it), its accumulation in tissues is apparently not directly harmful. Individuals who work years of their lives in handling aluminum have no higher incidence of Alzheimer's disease than those that do not. As a powder- particularly very fine powders- aluminum is extremely hazardous with respect to its combustibility, and is used in fireworks (sparklers, for example). When it burns, it is extremely hot, and extinguishing it should not be attempted without training and the correct tools- usually salt or Purple K extinguishing agent. However, it burns so quickly that it will usually be out before attempts can be made.
Q:How is Aluminum Foil made?
It is made by rolling an aluminum block thinner and thinner. Metal foil, such as tin foil had been around for years. The first plant designed for rolling aluminum foil was opened in 1910. NASA was not in existence then. It appears the inventor was: Hans Christian Oersted Year Invented: 1825 P.S. Aluminum is not corrosive. corrosive means it corrodes other things (as acid would). It does corrode. It is also the most reactive metal. It is oxidized immediately upon exposure to air - why it is difficult to solder. The aluminum oxide is not whetted by solder. Aluminum oxide is a ceramic, called Alumina. Anodized aluminum has has a thick layer of aluminum oxide formed on its surface

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