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Aluminium alloys (or aluminum alloys;see spellingdifferences) are alloys in which aluminium(Al) is the predominant metal. The typical alloying elements are copper, magnesium,manganese,silicon,tin and zinc. There are twoprincipal classifications, namely casting alloys and wrought alloys, both of which are furthersubdivided into the categories heat-treatableand non-heat treatable. About 85% of aluminium is used for wrought products,for example rolled plate, foils and extrusions.Cast aluminium alloys yield cost-effective products due to the low meltingpoint, although they generally have lower tensilestrengths than wrought alloys. The most important cast aluminiumalloy system is AlSi, where the high levels of silicon (4.013%)contribute to give good casting characteristics. Aluminium alloys are widelyused in engineering structures and components where light weight or corrosionresistance is required


Finishing: Mill Finish, Painted,One Side Bright, Brushed and Coil Anodizing available on request

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

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

Thickness:0.2mm100mm

Width:100mm2300mm (Can be slitted)

Standard: GB/T 3880-2006  ASTM B-209



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The macpro is the better machine, but for most people the difference would be negligible. your aluminum is still MORE than good enough for almost all people. What are you using it for? If you're into CAD, by all means upgrade. But if you're just surfing the net, save your money. HD3000 is actually worse graphics, but the rest of the machine is better EDIT: AGAIN, it depends on what you are using it for!!! Despite using additional details, you never once discussed how it is to be used. If you read the post, it says, for most people the difference would be negligible. IF your needs are resource intensive, you might need to replace it. If your needs are not resource intensive, you can save your money. For example, I don't need to buy a new car every year, I usually make it last 5-6 years. But my computing requirements are high enough where I replace my laptops every two years and desktops alternating years so I always have a machine that is less than a year old. MOST people squeeze 4 or more years out of a computer. If you are a general ed, humanities or undeclared your aluminum would suit you just fine thgouh your lower 2 years even though it is older. You could then get a new computer for your upper division. If you were a engineering or architecture student, I'd upgrade after first year courses, If you're in business or engineering, get a PC, if you're in architecture, journalism, music or design get a mac. Any other major, it really doesn't matter. Good luck in school!
Q:aluminum fact or fiction question regarding recycling?
yup.. but not to you. You get the same ammount turning in the tabs as you would the whole can. They can process the tabs faster and more efficently due to lack of extra printed on them.
Q:What is a good slogan for Aluminum?
Aluminum--strong and light. And it doesn't rust! Aluminum, the most recyclable metal! If you happen to be in Canada . . . Aluminum, Canada's gift to the world! Did you know Napoleon and Josephine ate with aluminum tableware? Aluminum was more expensive than gold at the time!
Q:What’s the difference between natural cooling and slice cooling?
Cooling with furnace means after thermal insulation, stop heating furnace and make the parts in the furnace cool slowly to the room temperature with the furnace. Natural cooling is a kind of cooling method utilizing fluid circulation based on the fact that density varies with temperature to remove hea
Q:Which side of the aluminium foil is correct?
Doesn't matter. Try cooking something with shiny side and another something with dull side. Both products will be cooked the same. Good Luck.
Q:how do you get aluminium from rocks?
Well, you start with an aluminum rich rock (cheaper to process). The raw ore after physical concentration (removal of secondary minerals) is reacted by an electrolytic process. This means that electricity is used to convert the aluminum ion in the raw rock into the metal aluminum. Sort of like the reverse of a battery, to keep things simple. Aluminum smelters tend to be set up in places with cheap electricity, because the process uses a LOT of electricity. That is why there are several up here in quebec, we have cheap hydro electricity and the government gives decent deals to the smelters on top of the already low market price. Do a search on aluminum smelting to find out more. Not sure what your level of knowledge is so not sure how much you will understand.
Q:Why do we recycle aluminum cans?
Heck yeah. Even an old school, smoke-belching industrialist would recycle *metal*. That's always been true. Why did people suddenly stop recycling metals? Have you PRICED metals lately? Aluminum is over a buck a pound, copper is $3 a pound, steel is over $200 a ton.
Q:what if aluminum disappeared one day?
In addition to goods like aluminum foil and cans, you would have to face the disappearance of certain gems. Look up the composition of rubies and emeralds. Also look up the composition of aluminum silicate minerals generally. Would a large amount of the planet disappear from under us? What % composition of the Earth is Al?
Q:Which female deodorant doesn't have aluminum? ?
Deodorant with aluminum also causes breast cancer. I use Toms of Maine deodorant, which is aluminum-free.
Q:Do recycling sites reimburse you for aluminum tabs?
that is correct. salvage yards will be happy to buy you aluminum. 60 cents per pound sounds about right. what are you doing with your cans?

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