Aluminum Continouse Casting Coil and Direct Casting

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ALLOY: AA1***
      AA3***
      AA5***
TEMPER: H14 H16 H18 H22 H24 H26 H32 O/F
THICKNESS:0.03MM-3.0MM
WIDTH: 30MM-1700MM
COATING: PE(POLYESTER),PVDF,EPOXY
STANDARD: GB/T 17748-1999


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In Europe aluminium experiences high rates of recycling, ranging from 42% of beverage cans, 85% of 

construction materials and 95% of transport vehicles.Recycled aluminium is known as secondary aluminium, but maintains the same physical properties as primary aluminium. Secondary aluminium is produced in a wide range of formats and is employed in 80% of alloy injections. Another important use is for extrusion.


White dross from primary aluminium production and from secondary recycling operations still contains useful quantities of aluminium that can be extracted industrially.The process produces aluminium billets, together with a highly complex waste material. This waste is difficult to manage. It reacts with water, releasing a mixture of gases (including, among others, hydrogen, acetylene, and ammonia), which spontaneously ignites on contact with air;contact with damp air results in the release of copious quantities of ammonia 

gas. Despite these difficulties, the waste has found use as a filler in asphalt and concrete.



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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:What is the nuclear charge for Aluminium?
Aluminum by itself has no charge it is neutral. The number of electrons matches the number of protons. The electrons on aluminum move with ease, that is why it is used as a wire. If one of the electrons is lost it becomes a positive ion with a charge of +1. If the Aluminum has one more electron than protons then it is said to be a negative ion with a charge of -1. Gravity is the summation of all the attractive and repulsive forces in the location being considered. Gravity is when the attractive forces are stronger. Neutral gravity is when the attractive and repulsive forces match exactly. (very rare) Anti-Gravity is when the repulsive forces are stronger. Anti-gravity is quite common and is one of the primary causes for star formation in galaxies. Stars are actually secondary to the process. The Primary process is a quasar of mostly protons emerging like a bubble from a galactic core after splitting off from its neutrons deep in the galactic core. When the Quasar emerges the pressure is so greatly decreased that it explodes into about 50,000 stars. Proton proton repulsion in large objects, moons, planets, stars, quasars and galaxies are the prime example of anti-gravity in action
Q:What do the two items (COIL:873347 HEAT: number) on the label of the raw material of aluminum coil stand for?
COIL means aluminum coil and HEAT means heating, so together they mean hot rolled coil.
Q:I can roll Kaiping Jinsheng aluminium?
The pipe welding steel pipe seamless steel pipeThe billet slab billet billetThe iron alloy: ferrosilicon manganese Fe-V iron titanium iron chromiumAll other metal products: steel sheet other
Q:What compounds can be created using the element aluminum?
yes: Aluminum Chloride which is AlCl3. Aluminum Sulfate: AlSO4
Q:Soy milk and aluminum content (not baby formula- just regular soy milk)?
Soy is known to have a lot of hormones in it. Not good for a growing baby. A study even showed that female infants that were fed soy formula went into puberty a lot sooner than girls that were fed breastmilk or regular formula.
Q:Why does a ring of aluminum interact with a magnetic field?
Aluminum is not a magnetic material and will not be affected by stationary magnets. However, if a changing magnetic field is present, an electrical voltage will be induced in the aluminum ring and an electric current will flow as a result. This current will produce a magnetic field which will interact with the externally produced magnetic field. The key here is a changing magnetic field - because the voltage induced in the aluminum ring will be proportional to the rate of change of the field. If an aluminum disk is passed between the poles of a powerful magnet, eddy currents will be induced in the aluminum producing a magnetic field that will tend to retard the motion of the aluminum relative to the magnet. The changing field in this case is due to the motion of the aluminum. Iron is attracted to a magnetic field because it is a ferro-magnetic material. Wood is not a magnetic material, and it is not an electrical conductor, so it will not behave as aluminum does in a magnetic field.
Q:Explain these statements about Aluminium.?
a) Aluminium forms oxide on its surface thus protecting it. This protective oxides help the inner part being corroded / reacted . Its highly maliable and dectile property is also good. Thats why !!!!!!!! b) For making thermal insulators, i think, thin layers (maliability) of aluminium is using, where in between the layers the trapped air which is a poor thermal conductors, which gives the property.
Q:aluminum, iodine and water?
This Site Might Help You. RE: aluminum, iodine and water? What exactly happens in the reaction involving powdered aluminum and crushed iodine? I know that adding a few drops of water produces a lot of purple smoke and that it will flare up but what is the chemistry involved? And also, I know that the white residual left in the cup is Al2I6 but why is it...
Q:How does Aluminium and Oxygen bond?
I really do not know so ask somebody else
Q:How is Aluminum Foil made?
Aluminum is brought to a factory in blocks about a foot thick and is slowly pushed through many massive rollers along a conveyor belt while lubricant is sprayed over the whole machine, then at the end it is sucked into giant rolls to be taken off to other places to be made into commercial aluminum foil or used as insulation in machines. The next part is more stuff that veers away from your original question: Aluminum is the 13th element in the periodic table, and it comes after magnesium and before silicon. So it is in fact its own element, and therefore is used in alloys with some other elements. Aluminum foil was originally invented by NASA to be used for their own purposes, but then was made for the public as many of their inventions have been over the years.

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