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:Aluminum roll width 750mm, single layer thickness 6.5mm, diameter 400mm., how to calculate the weight of the aluminum roll?
You can use the outside diameter, the inner diameter and the width to get the volume. You know the density and volume, and then you can find the weight naturally
Q:Can aluminum can lids be recycled?
Yes. Aluminium can be recycled. (watch the TV ad, UK) No. You would need tons of the stuff ( a tonne of copper is only around £1000) They are usually colleced for charity. And they save up all the 2 litre bottles full! Feel the weight, aluminium is very light.
Q:is a stainless steel cookware set with an aluminum core fine for cooking?
The aluminum is encased in the stainless steel, usually as a thick disk in the bottom. It is an excellent conductor of heat and holds the heat well once it gets hot. All you see is the stainless, none of the aluminum because it's between two layers of stainless in the bottom of the pots. You are right, you don't want food cooked in straight aluminum, some metal taste can transfer to certain foods. That won't happen with stainless.
Q:Does the amount of aluminum found in deodorants make it dry faster or slower?
Like any chemical reaction quantity would matter. Aluminum Chloride is one of several active ingredients. It works by doing two things. The first is it is an astrigent which causes the sweat glands to shrink or close up. The second is that it reacts with sweat to form a gell like substance that plugs up the pores. The combined effect is to stop sweating. The two effects are temporary and the pores eventually open up and clear themselves out. These two drying effects of aluminum chloride are fast acting and work upon application. So to answer your question i would consider aluminum as a means of making a deoderant dry faster by stopping the sweat from leaving the pores.
Q:To Chad B. cook your pasta in an ALUMINUM Stock Pot. (they are cheap). Has worked for me for 40 years.?
cool tip. thanks.
Q:Aluminum Foil Moles?
Okay. If you have .55mm thick, 1cm square of Al, you you have 55 cubic mm of Al. 55 cubic mm is .055 cubic centimeters of Al. .055 * denisty of Al (2.699 g/cm3) gives you .148 grams of Al. Al molecule weight is 27g/mole. So .148 g * (1 mole / 27 grams) = .00548 moles of Aluminum. That rounds to about 5.50 x 10-3 moles. I should also add that A) Remember when you are converting cubic units (such as mm3 into cm3), the conversion factor should also be cubed (so 1 cubic mm = 10^3 cubic cm). Also, not to be nit picky, but this question is dumb because aluminum foil would also have a good portion of aluminum oxide coating it...but I wouldn't bring that up to the teacher if I were you. :-)
Q:Can you get aluminum poisoning?
Aluminium can accumulate in the brain possibly causing alzheimers. If you inhaled it it would poison you and damage your lungs, if you got it in your body it would damage your skin, possibly cause an infection and the cut might not heal. Aluminium is a solid so how could you accidently get it in your body unless you have been melting it etc? If it wasn't solid it would burn you if you got it on your skin. You can only inhale vapours not a metal. If you ate it then it would probably damage or clog up your insides otherwise just pass out in a stool, depends how much you ate. People eat from aluminium and touch it every day so it is not dangerous to be in contact with.
Q:what are the different types of aluminum made out of?
the aluminum is alloyed with various metals to change the characteristics of the aluminum the link below shows a table showing the various chemical/metals added to aluminum to make different alloys
Q:Why the aluminum sheet crack after?
It is either because of wrong filling material for welding or bad welding quality. It doesn’t crack after welding, but cracks when the increasing tension in circling process exceeds the internal stress of the weld.
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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