Aluminium Coils for Deep Drawing Aluminium Circle with Cup

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

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1.Structure of  Aluminium Coils for Deep Drawing Aluminium Circle with Cup

Aluminium Coils for Deep Drawing Aluminium Circle with Cup is one semi-finished aluminium material. This strip can be rolled down to aluminium coil,sheet,circle ect.  The alloy AA1050 is widly used in building, industry ect. Its weight is much lower than steel. So many customers choosed aluminium material instead of steel.

2. Main features of Aluminium Coils for Deep Drawing Aluminium Circle with Cup

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.

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Aluminium Coils for Deep Drawing Aluminium Circle with Cup

Aluminium Coils for Deep Drawing Aluminium Circle with Cup

Aluminium Coils for Deep Drawing Aluminium Circle with Cup

4. Product Specification of Aluminium Coils for Deep Drawing Aluminium Circle with Cup

AA1100H14Direct Casting

5.FAQ of Aluminium Coils for Deep Drawing Aluminium Circle with Cup

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:why is aluminium used instead of copper for high voltage electrical cables?
Aluminum would only make sense in low current applications where cost and weight are important.
Q:Which kind of glue is best for bonding aluminum sheets?
I advice you to use AB glue to bond aluminum sheets, acylic acid AB glue is better than 502 in bonding aluminum sheets, Gelianghao XSSS-290AB glue sold in hardware store can directly permeate into the surface of aluminum sheets and bond the sheets tightly.
Q:Does a aluminum or steel bike frame usually cost more?
Good quality steel frames are almost always more expensive than aluminum. There are a couple of reasons for this... 1) Aluminum is always welded. This takes much less effort and time than a fine brazed steel unit; 2) High quality steel tubing is very expensive compared to aluminum due to the thin walls and sometimes exotic alloying materials; 3) Aluminum is one of the most common elements on the planet. Common steel alloys have harder-to-obtain elements such as molybdneum, manganese, and other rare metals. 4) Although many aluminums require post weld processing it takes little or no labor to complete it while a high quality steel frame responds beautifully to hand work. 5) A good steel frame is simply harder to find nowadays. I know that this goes beyond the scope of your question, but keep in mind that regardless of the aluminum alloy it all weighs the same; regardless of the steel alloy it all weighs the same. The difference in weight comes from modifying the metal mixture, enabling a stronger metal and making of ever-thinner tubes. Kojman47 (below) is WAAY off in his interpretation of materials. There are steel frames that rival the weight and strength of titanium which is often 1/2 the weight of aluminum. There is no such thing as cromolly. The correct name (if I may) is Chrome Molybdneum, abbreviated as CrMo, often called Chrome Moly. Cromoly or cromolly or cromo doesn't give proper respect to the alloy OR to the frame. CrMo (cromolly in Kojmans eyes) is steel.
Q:Does molten aluminum stick to steel?
Aluminium and iron are pretty incompatible materials, they don't form an alloy I don't think, so it is unlikely they would stick. Also, both metals will get an oxide layer on the surface which should keep them separate. Try it! If the finished part does stick, try heating the aluminium then dip the steel rod in some ice water.
Q:Painting on aluminium .?
Paint will peel off from Aluminium. Embossing can be done.
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: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:Why did the copper rust disappear when emersed in aluminum chloride?
Well done on noting unexpected observations and following up. Your copper is coated with a dull coating of copper oxide. It became shiny because aluminium salts are acidic in water and the acidity dissolves the coating to form a copper salt and leaving the shiny copper. CuO + 2H3O+ ---- Cu2+ + 3H2O The reaction to form the acidity, a hydrated hydrogen ion H+(H2O) or H3O+ is fairly complex. If aluminium chloride is dissolved in a large amount of water the solution is acidic, but this has nothing to do with formation of hydrochloric acid. The solution contains hydrated aluminium ions and chloride ions: AlCl3(s) + aq → [Al(H2O)6]3+(aq) + 3Cl -(aq) The hexaqua complex ion behaves exactly like ions of similar type formed from transition metals; the small, highly charged metal ion polarises (withdraws electron density from) the water molecules that are attached to the aluminium ion through dative covalent bonds. This makes the hydrogen atoms d+ and susceptible to attack from solvent water, which is acting as a base. The complex ion is deprotonated, causing the solution to be acidic from the formation of hydroxonium ions H3O+: [Al(H2O)6]3+(aq) + H2O(l) → [Al(H2O)5OH]2+(aq) + H3O+(aq)
Q:What is the aluminum recycling process?
First, aluminum is shredded. It is then melted and turned into molten aluminum. Once it becomes molten, the used aluminum does not differ from new aluminum. It is then molded into the new product. Recycling aluminum is much more energy efficient than melting new ore into aluminum because it takes three times the energy to produce than if it was recycled.
Q:If equal masses of water and aluminum interact thermally, will the final temperature be closer to the...?
Let's say the aluminum starts out at a higher temperature than the water. The aluminum cools down by 1°C, which means it loses energy (Q = mcΔT, where ΔT = 1°C). That energy goes to the water, warming it up. Since Q is the same for both water and aluminum, and m is the same for both, all that matters is the heat capacity c. Water has a higher heat capacity than aluminum, so for the same Q it must have a smaller ΔT. This process continues until both have reached the same T. From the above paragraph, you should be able to figure out if the final T is closer to the initial water temp or the original aluminum temp.

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