Aluminum Mill Finished Coils 1XXX Used in Construction

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1.Structure of Aluminum Mill Finished Coils 1XXX Used in Construction Description

Aluminum Mill Finished Coils 1XXX Used in Construction has great ductility, heat conductivity, anti-corrosion and moisture resistance properties.

Aluminum Mill Finished Coils 1XXX Used in Construction is widely used for PP cap stock, hot rolled thick plate, PS base plate, aluminum curtain wall base plate, the traffic sign ,air-conditioner heat and exchangers, food container, household foil, pharmaceutical packing, cigarettes packing.

2.Main Features of Aluminum Mill Finished Coils 1XXX Used in Construction

•    Superior quality of raw material

•    Reasonable and stable chemical composition

•    Accurate tolerance

•    Goode mechanical property

3.Aluminum Mill Finished Coils 1XXX Used in Construction Images 


4.Aluminum Mill Finished Coils 1XXX Used in Construction Specification


AA1xxx (AA1050, AA1060, AA1070, AA1100 etc.


H14, H16, H18, H22, H24, H26, H32, O/F


0.2mm -- 100mm


30mm -- 1700mm


GB/T 3880-2006,EN,ASTM,JIS

5. FAQ of Aluminum Mill Finished Coils 1XXX Used in Construction

A.When will you deliver the products?

The Aluminum Mill Finished Coils 1XXX Used in Construction will be delivered within 35 days after receiving advanced payment or original L/C.

B. Now which countries do you export your goods?

Now we export to  South East Asia,Africa, North America,South America  ect.



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Q:Why does fillet appear when rolling aluminum coil?
How thick and wide is it when there is such problem? Which is the rolling pass? And what is the type of the rolling mill? The simple 4 rollers or CVC and HC rolling mill with roller control. Does the filler appear in rolling or out of roller? Different thickness will lead to different analysis.
Q:why is copper better than aluminum?
Copper is greater suitable than aluminum via fact it has a conductivity of ninety seven% whilst in comparison with sixty two % for aluminum.Copper is likewise and safer, via fact, its contacts whilst splicing will stay carrying out even for an prolonged time, mutually as in aluminum, splices especially if carried out copper to aluminum will oxidize after a era, ensuing to overheating and electric powered fires. Aluminum development wiring isn't yet allowed in lots of Asian cities.
Q:How many 330 ml aluminium cans is equivalent to a roll of aluminium foil 30cmx10m (abt 12 inch by 3 feet)?
Aluminium foil is less than 0.2mm thick but typically 0.02mm so a piece 300mm x 100mm has a total volume of 3 x 1 x 2 x 10^2 mm^3 that is 600 mm^3 The density of Al is 2700 kg/m^3 so the mass of your foil is 2700 x 600 /10^9 kg = 0.00162 kg = 1.62 g Modern aluminium cans weigh about 15g I take it you aren't studying either physics or mathematics or you would easily have workd it out!
Q:Can the color coated aluminum roll be bent easily and won't break?
Weathering resistance. The weight of a unit volume is the lightest of all metal materials. It is widely used in fields such as pigments, balcony packaging, and is not susceptible to corrosion. It is durable and beautiful in appearance. Specially applied to the interior of public places, colour coated aluminium rolls have become one of the most popular top decorative materials: polyester coated aluminum rolls (PE). According to the surface film forming structure, fluorocarbon coating can be divided into two kinds: traditional fluorocarbon and nano fluorocarbon coating. The biggest advantage is that the strength of the fluorocarbon coating is incomparable. It is a new type of material which has recently emerged in the field of doors and windows.
Q:What is a good slogan for Aluminum?
Aluminum--strong and light. And it doesn't rust! Aluminum, the most recyclable metal! If you happen to be in Canada . . . Aluminum, Canada's gift to the world! Did you know Napoleon and Josephine ate with aluminum tableware? Aluminum was more expensive than gold at the time!
Q:Is it required to oil an aluminum frame for storage?
no aluminum does not rust anything steel you should probably oil
Q:is aluminium foil good for food packing ?
Yes, it's perfectly fine You want to get it refridgerated within 1-2 hours of consuming the food and only keep it for up to 3 days. After that toss it.
Q:How to measure the thickness of aluminum coil at real time? In what areas can the sensor be used?
Displacement sensor can be used in many areas, such as industry.
Q:Using principles of chemical bonding, explain why solid aluminum is a good conductor of electricity but solid?
Pure aluminium is a good conductor because it's atoms are metalically bonded. This means it's electrons are delocalised and can therefore produce a current. NaCl has a high boiling point because in order to evaporate it first needs to melt. And to melt it you need to break it's lattice structure. Na and Cl atoms are held by strong ionic bonds. BrCl on the other hand is covalently bonded. It's molecular structure does not need to be broken in order for it to melt or boil. All that has to be done is weak van der waal bonds need to be broken.
Q:aluminum vs carbon fiber ?
CF is always more expensive - mostly because of production costs. Aluminum can be bent, machined, and extruded - all relatively cheap processes. CF has to be molded and typically requires a long cure time - so, slow and expensive. CF has higher strength to weight ratio - so if you're building an airplane or other thing where weight is critical... But, the strength thing is really complicated - how far does either deflect under a given load? And is deflection a good thing as in, say, a carbon fiber fly rod. At the deflection limit what happens? Aluminum takes a permanent bend, carbon fiber shatters. An aluminum car fender given a small bump will dent - a carbon fiber one will bounce back without a scratch. Given a larger bump the aluminum will dent more and the carbon fiber one will shatter. And while we're talking about bending - aluminum will 'cold work' - that is if you bend it back and forth and back and forth a zillion times first it becomes harder, then more brittle, then it breaks. Carbon fiber designs can be made to flex repetitively for much longer. Then there's heat issues. Aluminum can take a lot of heat. CF is actually 'composite construction' where some plastic (polyester resin, epoxy resin, etc) is required to bind the fibers together. All of these resins have different chractersitics when heated, but most of them have a Tg (temp at which they start to deform) of maybe 250 F or, for some hgih end epoxy resins, maybe 400 F - epoxy that can handle higher heat than that gets both expensive and difficult/dangerous to work with. So, carbon fiber leadin edges on the wing of an airplane that is designed to go supersonic might not be such a good idea. There's definitely no simple answer to this question.

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