Aluminium Circle and Circles Round Shape

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Aluminium foil is produced by rolling sheet ingots cast from molten billet aluminium, then re-rolling on sheet and foil rolling mills to the desired thickness, or by continuously casting and cold rolling. To maintain a constant thickness in aluminium foil production, beta radiation is passed through the foil to a sensor on the other side. If the intensity becomes too high, then the rollers adjust, increasing the thickness. If the intensities become too low and the foil has become too thick, the rollers apply more pressure, causing the foil to be made thinner.

The continuous casting method is much less energy intensive and has become the preferred process.For thicknesses below 0.025 mm (1 mil), two layers are usually put together for the final pass and afterwards separated which produces foil with one bright side and one matte side.The two sides in contact with each other are matte and the exterior sides become bright, this is done to reduce tearing, increase production rates, control thickness, and get around the need for a smaller diameter roller.


2.Specification



ALLOY:AA1***(AA1050,AA1070,AA1100etc)


      AA3***(AA3003 etc)


TEMPER:O,H14


THICKNESS:0.5mm-4mm


DIAGONAL:100mm-1200mm


STANDARD:GB/T 3880-2006


Special specification is available on customer's requirement



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Aluminium Circle and Circles Round Shape

Aluminium Circle and Circles Round Shape

Aluminium Circle and Circles Round Shape



5.FAQ:

1)what is aluminum?


Aluminium (or aluminum; see spelling differences) is a chemical element in the boron group with symbol Al and atomic number 13. It is a silvery white, soft, nonmagnetic, ductile metal. Aluminium is the third most abundant element (after oxygen and silicon), and the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust. It makes up about 8% by weight of the Earth's solid surface. 


Aluminium metal is so chemically reactive that native specimens are rare and limited to extreme reducing environments. Instead, it is found combined in over 270 different minerals.The chief ore of aluminium is bauxite.


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Q:aluminum cans?
No, Ed. 1 billion seconds = 31.69 years, so it was the spring of 1976. Also 1 billion minutes ago = about 1901.3 years ago, so Christ would have been about 100. But I digress... Anyway, let's say the average aluminum can is 4.9 tall (I measured a Coke can). 5 billion cans would be 24.5 billion inches tall. This would be 386,679 miles. This would be from the Earth to the moon (about 250,000 miles) and halfway back again!
Q:Aluminum foil's not magnetic, but it reacts to charged objects. Why is this?
Aluminum is a non-ferrous metal. Ferrous metals contain Iron which is magnetic. When aluminum has a charge applied to it, it acts like any conductor would, the charge has magnetic properties. the aluminum is still not magnetic, but it acts like a magnet due to the charge.
Q:Aluminum and its compounds?
1) Aluminum forms a natural oxide coating in air that is very unreactive, so when you put it from air into water, nothing happens. 2) Mercury chloride reacts with the aluminum to form an amalgam (mercury-aluminum alloy) and is very reactive. 3) Amphoteric behavior 4) No idea. Check you textbook or class notes. 5) No idea. 6) To form aluminum sulfate
Q:Aluminum Mig Welding?
You MUST use 100% Ar for MIG welding aluminum. Molten Al is highly reactive. Al powder is the active ingredient in thermite, for example. It will react with CO2, stripping away the oxygen and creating a nasty mess. Also, you really need a MIG welder with twice as much current output. along the lines of 200-300 amps. 130 amps will not perform well even with a spool gun, and running the weak, prone-to-jamming .030 Al wire. You could try to do it that way, but I would not advise. (There is no way in hell you'd be able to cram wimpy .030 Al wire through a 6 foot traditional welding lead. It'll kink and jam after 5 seconds.) MIG welding aluminum REQUIRES using the high-current, high feed speed, spray transfer mode. Here are some typical parameters: 030 wire, 500 IPM, 22 volts. 120-130 amps. 035 wire, 500 IPM, 23 volts, 150 amps. 045 wire, 400 IPM, 24 volts, 200 amps. EDIT, the guy above me has the right idea. They use electricity to force the reaction between aluminum oxide (dissolved in cryolite) and carbon, producing molten Al and CO2 gas. Normally the reaction would tend to go the other way. Aluminum has a higher affinity for oxygen.
Q:Aluminium suitable for bending?
Aluminium sheets is not too difficult to bend, but should use a good bending maschine. The thicker the sheet is the bigger the bend radius must be. Experiment with small pieces until u find the radius where it does not crack anymore. WAY different to steel or copper that can be bent into sparp radiuses l l _____________) radius
Q:Performance differences between aluminized and aluminized plates
Hot dip aluminizing applicationsAluminized steel is widely used. The type I aluminized steel plate, originally developed, is mainly used in automobile exhaust pipes and silencers. Type II is used mainly for roofing and side walls of buildings, as well as for chemical containers. The aluminized steel wire produced by the new process is expected to be used as the core of the transmission line instead of the galvanized steel wire. Aluminized steel pipe has been widely used in power plants, boilers, water wall tubes, steam pipes, heat exchangers and so on. Aluminized steel structure has been widely used in power transmission tower, told highway guardrail and so on.
Q:Aluminum vs. steel shoes for H/J?
Like others have pointed out aluminum are lighter but more expensive and must be replaced more often, but they are also much lighter. When I am seriously competing I put aluminum shoes on my horses just for the summer show season to take advantage of the lighter weight, then back to steel for the rest of the year (and with steel being as durable as it is I can keep the same pair stored away to be put back on in the fall.) It's your call, its not a HUGE difference but it might help him pick his feet up better.
Q:What does 3003-O aluminum mean?
3003 is a kind of AL-SI alloy of Al Mn alloyThere are four basic states of aluminum alloys:F--Free the condition of a product after a normal working procedure requires no special heat treatment or hardening, and the mechanical properties are not limited.H-- strain hardening statusO-- annealed state (the softest of all States)T-- heat treatment status
Q:will sodium hydroxide / water solution react with copper tubing or aluminum? ?
Aluminum, yes; copper, no. Aluminum is attacked by both acids and bases (it is what is called amphoteric); copper is attacked by neither -- although nitric acid will attack copper by oxidizing it. Solder joints may be attacked by acid, but may be more or less immune to attack by strong bases, depending on what is in the solder.
Q:Can steel screws be used with aluminium?
You don't mention just what this project is, but 'regular' screws in the aluminum will not 'rust' - but they may cause galvanic action (a white powdery aluminum oxide may form over time.) Most hardware stores carry aluminum screws, why not just buy and use them if you are concerned? They are usually used for aluminum replacement windows and may be painted white. You can use sandpaper to remove the paint if you want the silver to show.

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