Aluminum Circle/Disc is mainly used for general commercial and industrial uses, like the capacitor case, toothpaste case, medical tubes, kitchen ware, spray bottle, cosmetic case and glue tube case etc. With high quality casting and rolling coils or hot rolled coils as raw materials, it goes through different cold rolling deformation. slitting, annealing and finally stamping into an aluminum disc, then packaging for delivery.
ISO9001:2008 ISO 14001:2004 OHSAS 18001:2007
Aluminium Circle / Aluminium Disc
1xxx series, 3xxx series, 5xxx series,
H14, H16, H18, H24, H26, H22 and “O”.
Thickness: 0.3-6.0mm (+/-0.0.2mm), Diameter: 50-950mm
mill finished, flat clean surface without scratches, wholes, oil dirty, oxidation, cutting edge no burrs.
Min order quantity
Short lead time
Road sign, cookware, pot, pan, decoratating and so on
Accepted Payment Type
Port of Loading
Gaoming/ Shunde Foshan, Guangzhou, Shenzhen
Seaworthy wooden pallet Wooden pallet suitable for the long distance sea transportation
South America, South east, Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East and so on
Ratio of Domestic/Export
Hot sale Market and product
Angola 1100 /O, Chile 1100/H14 1050/HO
Manufacture near from Guangzhou, reasonable price, various product, ensure quality, good service, delivery on time, Certified of CE and ISO
- Q:value of aluminum can pull tabs?
- Pop Tabs
- Q:Can aluminum plate resist acid and alkali?
- The metal oxide film changes the surface state and properties, such as surface coloring, corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance and hardness, and metal surface protection. For example, aluminum anodizing, the aluminum alloy placed in the corresponding electrolyte (such as sulfuric acid, chromic acid, oxalic acid, etc.) as an anode, under certain conditions and applied electricity under the electrolysis. Anodized aluminum or its alloy, formed on the surface of alumina thin layer, its thickness is 5~20 microns, anodized aluminum or its alloy. Therefore, the surface hardness and wear resistance of the aluminum alloy were greatly improved by the treatment process.Shanghai Ai Li AI metal materials, dedicated to serve you.
- Q:What is an aluminium plate?
- It is aluminized sheet, which is mainly resistant to high temperature than galvanized sheet
- Q:What is the difference between aluminum plate AL1050 and AL1060?
- Both are pure aluminium sheets, 1050 aluminium is 99.5%, and 1060 is 99.6%. The price is the same. Welcome to Ji'nan Kun Xin aluminum consulting and negotiation.
- Q:How Strong is Aluminum?
- How strong aluminum is, depends on the specific alloy of aluminum, whether it is the aluminum 1000 series, or the 3000 series, or the 6000 series, or other variants. The 6000 series is most common for structural purposes. Do a search on its yield strength and its ultimate tensile strength, to get an idea of how strong your particular variant is. The alloy Aluminum 6061-T6 has a yield strength of 35000 lb/in^2, and an ultimate tensile strength of 42000 lb/in^2. This is for the case of pure tension with a uniform load. The square inches refers to its cross sectional area. The ultimate strength occurs at the point where it will completely rupture. The yield strength occurs at the point, where it still supports the load, but ceases to be reversible after the load is removed. Pure aluminum metal is much weaker than its alloys. It has a yield strength of about 1500 psi, and an ultimate strength of 10000 psi. For structural purposes, you almost always want to stay below the yield strength. How stiff aluminum is, is common among all alloys, as 10000000 psi. That is to say 10 million pounds of tension on an aluminum member with a cross sectional area of 1 inch, would hypothetically cause an increase equal to 1 length, if it were still in-tact and linear-elastic at that amount of stress. It isn't. A more realistic case, would be that 10000 pounds of tension on this member, would cause an 0.1% increase in length. As for how light aluminum is per square inch, that depends upon how long your rod is. A 3 ft rod weighs 3 times as much per square inch as does a 1 ft rod. The weight of a material is measured PER UNIT VOLUME rather than per unit area. Unless you are talking about a standard thickness. Aluminum 6061 alloys have a density of 0.0975 pounds/cubic inch. Pure aluminum has a this density as well, as do most of its alloys.
- Q:As for graphite and aluminum sheet, which one has a better thermal conductivity?
- aluminum sheet
- Q:Aluminum vs. steel shoes for H/J?
- Unless you have a specific reason for aluminum, the steel is better. It is more rigid, and supplies more support to the hoof wall. The aluminum bends if the horse steps on something, stressing the hoof wall. I used them for an OTTB who had weak, shelly hooves in front. He threw shoes like second graders throw spitballs... and when a steel shoe would come off, so would half his hoof wall. I switched to aluminum; the smaller nails stressed the hoof less, and the light weight put less stress on the nails. He still threw the shoes, but his hoof wall stayed intact - a great improvement. I evented and hunter paced this horse in these shoes. They wore pretty well, and I had them reset many times. I din't use the racing plates (even lighter and thinner), but got regular shoes made from aluminum. However, unless you have a similar hoof problem, I'd stick with steel. Edit: they're more expensive because aluminum costs more, and he can't buy them in bulk because fewer people use them. They're also harder to put on properly, because the aluminum nails bend really easily. They can be harder to shape, again because they bend easily and if you're used to bending steel, you have to develop the touch for it.
- Q:what kind of aluminum sheet is suitable for aluminum alloy double-edged saw?
- saw web size depends on the thickness and height of sectional material,equipment compatibility and permitted installed saw web size .
- Q:Why is aluminum preferred over iron-based alloys in the aerospace and?
- Aluminum generally has a better strength-to-weight-ratio. Steel alloys are still used in some of the parts of a typical aircraft, where tensile strength and toughness are the major considerations, over weight. The landing gear, bolts and pins, hinges, bearings, for example. Steel is used for bridges and buildings, because it's a lot *cheaper* than aluminum, and saving weight isn't nearly as critical as it is in aircraft. Steel is stiffer than aluminum, and It's easier and cheaper to make reliable welds in steel as well. Welding aluminum tends to be time consuming and expensive.
- Q:student combines 43.1 mL of a 0.279 M aluminum chloride solution with 14.6 mL of a 0.464 M aluminum sulfate (a?
- You have to be able to determine the number of moles of Al+3 that each solution contributes to the final solution: 1. aluminum chloride: AlCl3 Multiply the volume (in L) by the molarity to determine the number of moles of each compound dissolved in solution. 0.0431 L x 0.279 M = 0.0120 mol AlCl3 in solution When the AlCl3 in placed in the water, it dissociates to form the following ions: AlCl3 -- Al+3 + 3Cl- So for every one mole of AlCl3 placed in the water, one mole of aluminum ions will dissociate. Therefore, since we have 0.0120 mole of AlCl3 in the solution, that means that the aluminum chloride will contribute 0.0120 Al+3 ions to the final solution. 2. Aluminum sulfate: Al2(SO4)3 Multiply the volume (in L) by the molarity to determine the number of moles of each compound dissolved in solution. 0.0146 L x 0.464 M = 0.00677 mol Al2(SO4)3 in solution When the Al2(SO4)3 in placed in the water, it dissociates to form the following ions: Al2(SO4)3 -- 2Al+3 + 3(SO4)-2 So for every one mole of Al2(SO4)3 placed in the water, two mole of aluminum ions will dissociate. Use the mole ratios of the dissociation reaction to determine the number of moles of Al+3 ions that the aluminum sulfate contributes to the solution. 0.00677 mol Al2(SO4)3 x (2 mol Al+3 ions / 1 mol Al2(SO4)3) = 0.01354 mol Al+3 ions Therefore, the total number of Al+3 ions in solution is the sum: 0.01354 + 0.0120 = 0.02554 mol Al+3 ions The last piece of information needed to determine the concentration of the final solution is the volume of the final solution. Since the two volumes were mixed, the volume of the final solution will be the sum of the two solutions. 0.0431 L + 0.0146 L = 0.0577 L Therefore, to calculate molarity: Molarity = moles of solute / liters of solution Molarity = 0.02554 mol / 0.0577 L = 0.443 M Al+3
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