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Q:identify and clasify the products made from aluminium?
airplanes are made from aluminum. certain beverages are also. aluminum is cheaper and lighter. the biggest problem is the amount of electricity that it takes to make aluminum
Q:working with aluminum?
When working with aluminum, wear leather gloves to protect your hands, goggles to protect your eye and a dust mask to protect your lungs. Aluminum has been linked to Alzheimer's and other neurological conditions.
Q:Could you tell me the difference between the 6063 aluminum plate and the 5052 aluminum plate?
6063 and 5052 alike: aluminum alloys with Mg Mg as the main alloying elementThe difference is that, in addition to the magnesium Mg element, there is also a silicon Si element in the 6063 aluminum plate. The strength is slightly better than that of 5052
Q:Is this aluminium plate ceiling dark keel or bright keel?
Although as upstairs said, now integrated ceiling are dark fitted keel. Can see your picture, elevation difference also has, should be bright install keel. This requires manufacturers and roof distribution. It is not important to open and install, but the key is where to enter such plates.If you think about the effect, consider getting the information from the scene.
Q:why can't aluminum sheet burn after polishing?
because aluminum will rapidly formulate dense oxide film once being exposed in air, oxide film will generate after polishing, it can't burn.
Q:What are the common aluminum sheets and the best ones?
30035005, a lot of aluminum imports, Japanese MITSUBISHI, as well as a German what, that is ultra expensive......
Q:what's the difference between zinc sheet and aluminum sheet?
Only zinc sheet can react, zinc is amphoteric.
Q:Has anyone heard of Lydney Aluminum?
Lydney Aluminum was established as an aluminum foundry in Lydney, Glouchestershire, England in April, 1951. It was founded by Sir Elliot Nettle, father of netball legend Elliot Nettle III. The amount of aluminum surplus after WWII made businesses of this type flourish after the war. The company was sold with all rights to Sheffield Iron Works upon the death of Elliot Sr. in 1978. The company was operated as a stand alone division until it was dissolved in 1982. Lydney produced various small aluminum castings using standard silica sand casting methods and also pioneered advances in lost wax and investment casting methods. Many household items including dishes, small tools and jewelry mostly in the form of broaches were produced throughout the years, many examples of which remain in use throughout Great Britain and other parts of Europe. Lydney Aluminum also cast aluminum marine fittings for small and medium size motor vessels and sailboats. Elliot Sr. was an avid sailor and owned a 62' wooden schooner, the Sarah Becket. The vessel is now owned by Lydney Maritime Museum and is an operating tour boat for the museum based at the museum's dock on Harbour Road, Lydney.
Q:anyone know any mind blowing aluminium facts?
Aluminium is extremely flammable. We use it in thermite welding and as solid rocket fuel. The Emperor Napoleon carried* an aluminium fork while the lower royalty had to make do with gold forks. *In those days people carried their table wear around with them same as we carry our car keys.
Q:Making Flash paper from ceramic aluminum oxide sandpaper?
Aluminum oxide is a ceramic. Ceramics are already, in their lowest energy state and won't give you the effect you're looking for: The sand (that's all aluminum oxide is) that you're adding will make your flash dimmer (and dirtier). You want to get some aluminum metal powder. It is very reactive, and will make your flash appear much brighter. You're on your own as far as the safety of this.