Aluminum Jumbo Rolls and Mill Finished Coil

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1.Knowledge about Aluminum


Aluminium is oxidized by water at temperatures below 280°C to produce hydrogen, aluminium hydroxide and heat:2 Al + 6 H2O → 2 Al(OH)3 + 3 H2

This conversion is of interest for the production of hydrogen. Challenges include circumventing the formed oxide layer, which inhibits the reaction and the expenses associated with the storage of energy by regeneration of the Al metal.


Aluminium is theoretically 100% recyclable without any loss of its natural qualities. According to the International Resource Panel's Metal Stocks in Society report, the global per capita stock of aluminium in use in society (i.e. in cars, buildings, electronics etc.) is 80 kg (180 lb). Much of this is in more-developed countries (350–500 kg (770–1,100 lb) per capita) rather than less-developed countries (35 kg (77 lb) per capita). Knowing the per capita stocks and their approximate lifespans is important for planning recycling.


2.Specification and Application


ALUMINIUM COIL

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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Aluminum Jumbo Rolls and Mill Finished Coil

Aluminum Jumbo Rolls and Mill Finished Coil

Aluminum Jumbo Rolls and Mill Finished Coil


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:Is Aluminum really stronger than steel?
MPCheu is on the right track. Bending and getting nicked so it will break quickly are different things than strength and there are many different types of strength. Previous answers are correct regarding specific strength, say yield strength per unit mass because Al is much less dense than iron (the primary component of steel). It is also worth noting that there are many different types of steels and any one of these steels can have a very large range of mechanical properties. Same is true of aluminum alloys. The reason most airplanes are made using Al alloys is all about this specific strength and it is the same reason Al alloys are being replace by composite materials which have even higher specific strengths, densities about the same as Al but with much higher strengths. hope this helps
Q:aluminum window removal procedure?
1st off let`s determine what kind of windows you have. Examine the inside of the jambs. Are there any screws going through the jamb into the rough opening? If so you have a masonary style window. Chances are they can be removed relatively easily. Most the time removal of fastners,scoring of drywall and caulk and they practically fall out (sometimes). You may find removal of the sash and remaining glass, then collasping the frame will work best. This technique is a must if you have the other breed of window, the flanged. You can ID this window by measuring the inside and out . If they`re the same, it`s flanged. I`ve found 99 time out of 100 these windows can be collasped. Once again remove sash and all glass. Here`s where the sawsall comes in. Remove the center bar. Drive a flat bar under the sill from the exterior. Pry it up as high as you can. Cut the sill. Now drive the flat bar between the side jambs and the brick and start prying. Most of the time these windows are only nailed on the corners, sometimes the fin will rip from the jamb. But in the end the removal will be accomplished. If you find you need to pry from the interior, don`t pry against drywall. Put a piece of wood under your bar to protect the drywall. NEVER! pry on tile or marble. I`ve removed literally thousands of these little buggers. Can`t only remember maybe a handful of times I had to cut a flange. GOOD LUCK!!!!!
Q:What is the formula to calculate the wall thickness of aluminum coil?
Aluminum coil thickness*aluminum coil width*aluminum coil curl*aluminum density (the density of aluminum alloy: 2.73, the density of pure aluminum: 2.71)
Q:Confusing???? Anodising of Aluminium?
Anodising is a process in which the surface of a metal is modified. In the case of anodising aluminum the layer of aluminum oxide is made thicker. This is done by placing the aluminum in a sulfuric acid solution and passing a current through it so that it serves as an anode-the current releases oxygen at the surface of the aluminum increasing the aluminum oxide. I'm pretty sure this is from the reaction of the electric charge and the sulfuric acid producing oxygen as you showed in your last reaction with water. I hope this was helpful, I'm at work and don't have my old chem books and I dont' remember all this stuff off the top of my head.
Q:Where can I melt aluminum?
Its relatively viable to soften aluminum foil. The Adiabatic temperature of a traditional gasoline flame is 1950C. The oven backside is in shut proximity to the flame so its temp will likely be a lot hotter than the air temp of the oven. Although you consider simplest half of this temperature to account for other temperature losses you are still 300C over the melting temp. While you first activate the oven the flame get turned on at a max price and stays on except the oven warms up. Because of this the backside of the oven will get much hotter than the oven environment. Remember shopping a substitute phase for the detachable oven backside alternatively of an complete oven. You could additionally are trying taking away the backside taking it outside and use a propane torch to remelt the aluminum and wipe it off with a bit of steel wool once its softened up.
Q:what is aircraft grade aluminum?
Aluminum is never used in it's pure form. It is always used as an alloy - in combination with other metals and substances. The phrase aircraft grade aluminum is a bit misleading because there are a large number of different grades of aluminum used on aircraft - some of them aren't very special at all, but some of the grades are highly specialized, down to the micro-structure of the metal. Different grades of aluminum contain different quantities of other substances may have been forged or wrought in different types of processes. Typically high performance military aircraft will utilize very grade materials. The common characteristics of high grade aluminum alloys are it's ability to withstand heat and fracturing they are also extremely light. When people advertise products like keys made from aircraft grade aluminum it makes me laugh - because it's most likely to be the same grade aluminum they use to make tray stands, certainly not the same grade they use for structural components! Hope this helps!
Q:Is shiny surface aluminium good for blanket?
Electrical conductivity has nothing to do with it. Emergency blankets of the type you describe have much lower thermal conductivity than metallic aluminium. The shiny surfaces both reflect body heat back to the body and do not radiate heat away. The sun is not involved in its operation as they work equally well at night or in other unlit places.
Q:how do you get aluminium from rocks?
Well, you start with an aluminum rich rock (cheaper to process). The raw ore after physical concentration (removal of secondary minerals) is reacted by an electrolytic process. This means that electricity is used to convert the aluminum ion in the raw rock into the metal aluminum. Sort of like the reverse of a battery, to keep things simple. Aluminum smelters tend to be set up in places with cheap electricity, because the process uses a LOT of electricity. That is why there are several up here in quebec, we have cheap hydro electricity and the government gives decent deals to the smelters on top of the already low market price. Do a search on aluminum smelting to find out more. Not sure what your level of knowledge is so not sure how much you will understand.
Q:What is in aluminum foil? What is its molar mass?
just use aluminum and goto the periodic table of elements. its all aluminum. they used to make it of tin.
Q:Vinyl Siding vs. Repainting Existing Aluminum ?
Vinyl is final. Change your siding. It will cost a little more now, but you will save a lot in the long run. If it buckles like one of your other answers, It means that it was installed improperly. Vinyl should not be nailed to tight. It needs to expand and contract with the temperature changes.

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