Aluminium Circle for Deep Drawing Cup Kitchen Cookware

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Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish Shape: Flat
Temper: O-H112 Application: Kitchen Use

Product Description:

1.Structure of Aluminium Circle for Deep Drawing Cup Kitchen Cookware

Aluminium Circle for Deep Drawing Cup Kitchen Cookware is one semi-finished aluminium material. The coils are widly used in the building,decoration and aluminium circle. The alloy AA3104 is one of the most common alloy in the aluminium industry. Its weight is much lower than steel. So many customers choosed aluminium material instead of steel.

2. Main features of Aluminium Circle for Deep Drawing Cup Kitchen Cookware

a.Competitive price---We have our own mills and can produce mill finished aluminium coils, so we can control the production cost better.

b.Professional after-sale service---We have more than 15 years exportation experience and you need not worry about the exporation problems.

c.Fast delivery time---We can control the delivery time within 35 days.

3. Image of Aluminium Circle for Deep Drawing Cup Kitchen Cookware

 

 

Aluminium Circle for Deep Drawing Cup Kitchen Cookware

Aluminium Circle for Deep Drawing Cup Kitchen Cookware

Aluminium Circle for Deep Drawing Cup Kitchen Cookware


4. Product Specification


AlloyTemperThicknessWidthWeight
AA1100HO0.2MM-3MM1000-1500MMMax 3 tons


5.FAQ:

What is the quality standard?

---Usually our standard is GB3880-2006

What is the largest width?

---It is 2300mm

What is the MOQ?

---Usually we can accept 80 tons.


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Q:Aluminum Mig Welding?
I can't find a reference, but I think aluminum may react with CO2. Aluminum is produced by reacting aluminum oxide with carbon when electrical energy is injected, so I guess that the reaction may go backwards and produce energy
Q:on the metal activity series, aluminum sits between magnesium and zinc, and all three sit above hydrogen.?
Aluminum metal reacts with oxygen in the air to form a very tightly bonded aluminum oxide on its surface which slows the attack of acids trying to make contact with the aluminum atoms below the surface.
Q:how to melt down recyclable aluminum
Tita, while providing an elegant answer, forgot to mention that it is mostly cut and paste from Wikipedia. I'll provide the link for her below. She also forgot to copy and paste the part about aluminum oxidizing easily when it is heated and melted. If you are trying to smelter aluminum, you will need to have a compressed or dense mass of aluminum and a smelter that is airtight. Otherwise, it will just oxidize right back into aluminum oxide, which is a white powder. You've probably seen this when you throw a beer can in the campfire? good luck and have fun in your endeavors. And always remember to cite your source!
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:What kind of paint should be sprayed on the aluminium board?
General use of Japanese Oriental metal paint can be produced, if the landlord can provide information about the use. You can provide better solutions to you
Q:Painting on aluminium .?
Any aluminium will do. Sandpaper it 3 times with decreasingly coarse grain papers, clean it thoroughly with turpentine and then apply 3 coats of white oil based paint. Gesso would do too, but you'd have to use more layers
Q:Raw Aluminum Protection?
Hey Scott Aluminum really doesn't require a lot of protection it oxides from electrolysis though ..when you get two dissimilar metal together like brass and Al this takes place..since most of the upper strings on a std a6string are brass you in a fix ,,the best thing to do is put just a little 3 in one oil ,,just a little I said right where the string and the bridge come together ..If the rosewood frets turn green that's the tannic acid in them working on the copper ion in the fret material ,,,a little baking soda and a small brush will work wonder there...oil,soda and keeping things clean will keep that Stratocaster good for years...Well have a good one from the E
Q:What type of aluminium sheet is a food grade?
Pure aluminum, alloy aluminum can be. However, the majority of pure aluminum. Used by customers.
Q:Why aluminum reacts slowly with dilute acids?
Firstly, dilute acids are weaker than concentrated acids. This slows the rate of reaction. Secondly, Aluminium is less reactive than the Group 1 and Group 2 metals, which slows the rate of reaction. It is less reactive because it has to form 3+ ions which is more draining than forming 1+ or 2+ ions. Thirdly, Aluminium oxidises well in air but, unlike rust, this oxide sticks to the pure aluminium, forming a protective layer.
Q:Still aluminum in stainless steel cookware?
Aluminum and titanium are lighter, but they are easier to scratch (due to non-stick coatings) and do not hold heat as well. Stainless steel is more durable and distributes heat better. You can also clean it with sand or ice without having to worry about scratching it. If you are going to fry with it, you will need oil since the food will stick without it. When I go ultra light, I use a jet boil with a titanium pot to boil water for cooking. When I want to go gourmet, I use the GSI stainless steel set.

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