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 supply Mill-finished / coated aluminum plate/sheet/ coil:



Alloy: AA1050,1060,1100,1200,2024,3003,3304,3005,3015,5052,5086,5754,5083,6061,7050,7475,8011, etc


Temper: O, H14/16/18/22/24/32/ H112/H321/T6,T851,T7451,T7351, etc


Thickness: 0.02mm—20mm


Width: 100mm—2000mm (Can be slitted)


Notice: PE coating / PVDF coating / Embossment can be done if required.


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Q:How heavy and long is the aluminum rolling on average?
On average it is 5 or 6 tons, and you can weigh specific ones. The length = weight/(width*thickness*density).
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.
Q:Are aluminum silicates safe in deodorant?
aluminum silicates have been used in deodorants for years. there was a time when it was thought that the Al in the deodorants was causing alzheimers but that has been shown to be wrong. if there are other dangers to the silicates, we haven't found them or they aren't that bad
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:Is there a type of acid that will dissolve aluminium but not iron or steel?
I am quite sure any acid strong enough to dissolve aluminium would be able to dissolve iron and steel, as acid + metal equations can be substituted with any metal and any acid.
Q:What is the concentration of Aluminum in the Universe?
Interesting, the aluminum must flow? Aluminum is not as common as other elements. It is not readily produced in the cores of stars through the alpha-capture process (which produces things like carbon, oxygen, neon, magnesium, silicon, etc.). This means it is only produced via supernova explosions. The table in Wikipedia (see link below) will give you an idea of the relative abundance to other elements. (Notice that magnesium and silicon, which are before and after aluminum, are nearly 100 times more abundant). As a fellow, Sci-Fi enthusiast, I'd remind you to make you're story believable. If you decide that your universe won't have supernovae, remember that would mean there would be no iron, gold, uranium, etc. My answer has been long enough, but I'm sure you have an idea why aluminum is so abundant on the Earth's crust so I'll stop here.
Q:Aluminum casting?
Similar to the plaster answer. You will need to sacrifice your mold for each unit made. Use a thin shelled mold with the pins sticking into it. Have it in a second fixture that will hold the other end of the pins. Have you considered putting the holes in the part during the molding process? Don't drill them afterwards just pound in the pins.
Q:question 4 aluminum (element)?
where is aluminum found in the world aluminum is in fact the third most common element in the Earth's crust, and it is the most common metallic element on Earth. In a pure form, aluminum is silvery white and extremely lightweight. aluminum is more valuable to people than gold? aluminum continues to remake the modern world. We can see it everywhere; in architecture, transportation, electrical cables, communications and consumer products. Because it’s light-weight, strong, versatile and easy to recycle, aluminum is becoming more and more valuable in our daily lives melting point and boiling point Melting Point: 933.437 K (660.323°C or 1220.581°F) Boiling Point: 2792 K (2519°C or 4566°F)
Q:Separating aluminum and copper on a radiator?
i've got in no way heard of the dry ice trick it may be exciting to work out if it certainly worked. i'm sorry to assert except you may isolate the water out of that pipe you will ought to empty the zone.
Q:What would life be like without aluminum?
Airplanes would be too heavy to get off the ground. Howard Hughes built an airplane out of wood called the Spruce Goose. It couldn't get more than 20 feet off the ground and only went about a half mile. Aluminum is the lightest weight metal in relation to it's tensile strength.

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