Aluminum Honeycomb Sheet with Competitive Price

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Grade: 1000 Series,3000 Series,5000 Series Surface Treatment: Coated,Mill Finish Shape: Flat
Temper: O-H112 Application: Transportation Tools,Decorations

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1.Structure of Aluminum Honeycomb Sheet Description

Aluminum honeycomb panels are made of aluminum alloy plates roller coated with PVDF while in the milddle are the aluminum honeycombs which meets the international earonautical standards. This product is specially make with the cold-glue and hot-press technology.
The structural honeycomb core provides strength and consistent rigidity at a very low desity; When bonded to similarly lightweight facings. Every honeycomb cell wall acts like the web of an I-Beam, forming an extremely strong and rigid lightweight composite panel.



2.Main Features of Aluminum Honeycomb Sheet

Reasonable and stable chemical composition
Accurate tolerance
Nice mechanical property
Standards: EN, ASTM and JIS

3. Aluminum Honeycomb Sheet Images:

Aluminum Honeycomb Sheet with Competitive Price

Aluminum Honeycomb Sheet with Competitive Price

Aluminum Honeycomb Sheet with Competitive Price




4. Aluminum Honeycomb Sheet Specification:


ThicknessUnit6 mm10 mm15 mm
20 mm
25 mm
Cover sheet thickness, front[mm]1.0
Cover sheet thickness, rear [mm]
Technical properties
Section modulusW[cm³/m]2.64.6141924
Alloy / Temper of Aluminium LayersPeraluman alloy (AIMg), H42 acc. EN 573-3
Modulus of Elasticity  E[N/mm²]70.000
Tensile Strength of Aluminium  R m[N/mm²]≥ 125
0.2 % Proof Stress R p0,2[N/mm²]≥ 80
Elongation  A 50[%]≥ 5
Linear Thermal Expansion  α2.4 mm/m at 100ºC temperature difference
Aluminium foils from AIMn alloys (EN AW-3003) Bare comprehensive strength[N/mm²]> 2.5
Weight[kg/m³]> 50
LacqueringCoil Coating 
Fluorocarbon based (e.g. PVDF)
Gloss (initial value)[%]25-40
Pencil HardnessHB-F
Acoustical Properties
Sound Absorption Factorα s0.05
Airborne sound insulation index (acc. to ISO 717-1, ISO 140-3)     R w[dB]2121222325
Thermal  Properties
Termal conductivity (regarding total thickness, incl. cover sheets)     λ[W/mK]0.951.351.782.252.70
Thermal resistanceR[m²K/W]0.00630.00740.00840.00890.0093
Temperature Resistance[ºC]-40 to +80



1.Q: What about leadtime ?
   A: Normally the leadtime is 60days after we receive the deposit and confirm  the details. All the press machines we use is the best quality in China Yangli brand. The press machine leadtime from Yangli is 50days,  the best leadtime we can give is 60days.
2.Q: What's the lead time for moulds?
   A: Normally the mould leadtime is 45 days after we confirm all the details with customer. Our professional mechanical enginners from Austria will design the mould according to the samples from customer, or by the specifications offered by customers.   
3.Q:What kinds of mould you can make? and what is your strong point for the moulds?
   A: we can make wrinkle wall mould and smooth wall mould both. For wrinkle wall mould we can make, 79" pan, fish pan, bbq pan. For smooth wall mould we can make muffin cup, and cake cup, tar cup,etc. We can also make 2 or 3 portion conatiner moulds as long as you offer us sample or specifications.  Our strong points are all our moulds are WEDMLS cut, which makes the mould more accurate and precise. Important materials likestainless steel parts we make in Austria. We also recut after heat treatment, which most of makers do not take this process..


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Q:help with aluminium and titanium questions?
1. When exposed to air, pure aluminium rapidly forms a passive oxide layer, alumina, which further inhibits aluminium reactions with other elements. 2. Aluminium can be made stronger by alloying with other elements. One of the most known aluminum alloy is duraluminium, where the principal alloying component is copper. 3. Exactly as aluminium, titanium corrosion resistance is due to its high reactivity with oxygen. When pure titanium is exposed to air it forms a passive titanium dioxide layer on the surfaces exposed which further prohibits other reactions with corrosion agents. 4. The use of titanium in jet engines components is favored by its strength to weight ration, which is unmatched by any other metal. As for the nuclear reactors, its use is preferred because of its superior corrosion resistance associated with fracture toughness and overall durability. 5. Both titanium and aluminium are refined from their respective mined ores - bauxite, for aluminium, ilmenite and rutile for titanium. Basically, these are oxides of the metals. Pure metal has to be reduced from these ores and processes involve use of temperatures up to and sometime exceeding 1000 degrees Celsius, which obviously requires a great consumption of energy, including electricity. Moreover, pure aluminium is obtained in the final processing phase through electrolysis, meaning an electrical current is needed in order to drive the required chemical reactions, thus adding to the electrical consumption. 6. Recycling aluminium from aluminium simply requires the remelting of the metal, eliminating the electrolytic phase that is high electric energy consuming.
Q:which has more mass lead or aluminum?
lead it has the Atomic Weight of= 207.2
Q:Why does Aluminum rust is electron orbitals?
'Rusting' commonly refers to the corrosion (oxidation) of iron so when talking about other metals, it is better to use the term 'corrosion' or 'oxidation'. Aluminum can corrode and the fact that it has a general oxidation number of +3 doesn't really matter. Many elements which have a charge that is different from +2 can oxidize. Alkali metals for instance (which have a charge of +1) can oxidize. Lithium can form lithium oxide (Li2O), sodium can form sodium oxide (Na2O) and so on. However, aluminum is known to be quite resistant to corrosion (oxidation) because it spontaneously forms a thin (solid) oxide layer at it's surface protecting it from further oxidation whereas iron, for an example, will easily lose that thin layer (it ''peels off easily'') exposing more iron to corrosion. So since Al has a +3 charge and O has a -2 charge, you'll need 2 atoms of Al and 3 atoms of O to make an electrically neutral compound. 2 atoms of Al = +6 charge 3 atoms of O = -6 charge Hence Al2O3 which is aluminum oxide. I hope it helps.
Q:High quality Aluminum or Mediocre Carbon frames?
You are only talking about a difference of ounces between a high quality aluminum frame and a mediocre carbon frame. The difference is that you will be buying a new carbon bike in a few years when it cracks and wears out. Most of the weight of a bicycle is the components, anyway. A steel framed bike with well chosen components can be as light or lighter than a carbon framed bike with poorly chosen components. Keep in mind that carbon fiber bicycles are built for racing, and hardcore dedicated racers don't use the same bike for years at a time. The top racers don't even use the same bike for a year. I don't know about you, but i don't have a sweet sponsorship deal, so I have to buy my own bikes, and when I do buy a bike, i expect it to last a long time. Since the weight difference between a high end aluminum bike and a carbon fiber bike is pretty miniscule, factor time and cost over time in to your equation. Is a weight savings of one pound worth having to buy a new bike every three to five years instead of every ten years or more? An aluminum bike will easily last twice to three times as long as the carbon bike, so when you are doing your math, double or triple the cost of the carbon bike to see what riding on carbon will cost you over time.
Q:How to harden aluminum foil sculpture?
Rigid Wrap is plaster-infused gauze. You can buy it at the art supply store or at a medical supply store. The latter is cheaper. It comes on a roll so you can cut off small chunks. Wet each piece and apply it to your sculpture. The first layer may be the most difficult. I would wrap the plaster gauze around the structure so the gauze overlaps gauze. It may not stick to the aluminum but it will stick to itself. Start at the bottom and let it dry, then add another layer. As mentioned, adding too much may compromise the structure so work slowly and allow time to dry between layers.
Q:The difference between aluminium alloy and aluminium plate
Aluminum alloy low density, but relatively high strength, close to or higher quality steel, plastic good, can be processed into various profiles, with excellent conductivity, thermal conductivity and corrosion resistance, widely used in industry, the use of only steelIn general, outdoor billboards are made of aluminium alloy sheets
Q:is aluminum foil spacer poisonous after heating?
It’s a kind of thermoprint material made by pressing the aluminum into sheet, and owing to its similar thermoprint effect to silver foil, so it’s called fake silver foil. Aluminum has soft texture, good ductility, and is silver white, if we use sodium silicate to paste the sheet after pressing on the offset paper, making aluminum foil, the foil can be printed. But aluminum foil is easy to be oxidized and darkens, rubbing and touching will make it darken, so it doesn’t suit for the thermoprint of books’ cover that needs to be preserved for a long time.
Q:What is the best method to bond together aluminum?
Aluminum does not glue very easily. Welding is better, but if it's not for something structural any kind of Crazy Glue or Super Glue will hold it in position. It won't hold together under any kind of stress though. Alternately you could use machine screws, or self tapping screws.
Q:Soldering aluminum cylinder, strength?
Whether that weld will be OK depends on the diameter of the cylinder. The force on the weld will be equal to the operating pressure time the radius of the cylinder, with the wall opposite the weld have an equal force. Divide that force by the thickness of the weld to figure the stress. You want to have a safety factor of about 3. As the Bernzomatic has either a brass or aluminum head, which would melt at the temperatures which are required for true welding (melting metals so that they flow together), you will be performing brazing with a Bernzomatic. I cannot comment on the strength of the brazing bond. The thickness of the brazing metal deposit depends on the strength of the brazing alloy, which I also cannot comment on. 6061 will melt at 1206°, which you will not approach with the Bernzo kit. A blowout of a metal cylinder at 60 psi could be pretty ugly. I suggest that you befriend someone who has a TIG welder and get their help. A properly welded 1/8 thick cylinder could handle about 660 psi with no problem. If you create a lap joint, using an outer strip of aluminum, and then band your cylinder with stainless steel hose clamps, you will be relying upon the brazing only to provide a gas seal. The strength would come from the hose clamps. You still need to do some calculation on forces involved. A 1/2 wide stainless hose clamp will probably hold back about 240 lb. of force with a comfortable margin of safety.
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.

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