Direct Casting Aluminium Strip in Coil AA1100 Temper F

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Direct Continuous Aluminium Strip in Coil is one semi-finished aluminium material. The Temper is F, it means Free Temper. This strip can be rolled down to aluminium coil,sheet,circle ect, especially aluminium coils and sheet. The alloy AA1100 is widly used in building, industry ect. Its weight is much lower than steel. So many customers choosed aluminium material instead of steel.


2. Main features of the product

a.Competitive price---We have our own mills and can produce mill finished aluminium coils, so we can control the production cost better.

b.Professional after-sale service---We have more than 15 years exportation experience and you need not worry about the exporation problems.

c.Fast delivery time---We can control the delivery time within 35 days.





4. Products Specification



AlloyTemperFinal UsageCoil IDCoil Weight
AA1100FAluminium sheet, coil610mm5-6 tons


5. FAQ


What is the quality standard?
---Usually our standard is GB3880-2006
What is the largest width?
---It is 2300mm
What is the MOQ?
---Usually we can accept 80 tons.

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Q:Naming Inorganic compounds, is it aluminum or aluminium? ... aluminum (n.) 1812, coined by English chemist Sir Humphry Davy (1778-1829), from alumina, name given 18c. to aluminum oxide, from Latin alumen alum (see alum). Davy originally called it alumium (1808), then amended this to aluminum, which remains the U.S. word, but British editors in 1812 further amended it to aluminium, the modern preferred British form, to better harmonize with other metallic element names (sodium, potassium, etc.).
Q:Will an aluminum can rust under water for a period of time?
Aluminium will not rust.
Q:effects of ferrous sulphate on aluminium?
aluminum reacts via a redox reaction with iron(II): 3 Fe2+(aq) + 2 Al(s) --- 3 Fe(s) + 2 Al3+(aq)
Q:Best way to paint aluminum?
The best way is to have the pieces powder coated. Its a little expensive but the color and luster are outstanding and will last forever.
Q:Painting an aluminum canoe need advice on sanding, priming and paint type?
Painting Aluminum Canoe
Q:Does my aluminum bike still work?
There is something even worse than keeping a bike under a tarp and ignoring it for 6 years... that is to put the bike in a shed with pool chemicals EVEN IF the chemicals are closed. The presence of the chemicals will rot the bike away to an unusable pile of crap in a matter of months. You will have to take your bike to a shop to have it checked out. Depending on what college you are attending there may be a requirement that it be inspected and licensed.
Q:PLEASE HELP! aluminum?!?!?
isotopic type environmental hazards of aluminum in the search bar and press search
Q:What is the best way to sand aluminum rims?
Sanding aluminum is hard work . you need to start out with a 800 grit to get the tool marks out. Then to polish, you need to strip all of the paint (if any ) off. I recommend using a 1000 grit wet sand paper in a single direction, back and forth, not circles. I also recommend using Mothers aluminum mag wheel polish (works on any polishable metal) at the same time. again it is hard work, lots of elbow grease! But it does pay off as it looks better than chrome, I also dont reccomend using power tools as you might end up taking to much off of a surface causing a wavy apperance, after a 1000 grit you could go up to 1200 grit for a mirror finish!
Q:Sodium Aluminum Silicate?
There are literally thousands of different kinds of sodium aluminum silicate, and they do not have simple formulas, because the aluminum and silicon form giant oxygen bridged anions. Most clay minerals are of this type, more or less, although potassium is more common in clays than sodium. So there is no easy way. The empirical formula is sometimes written as a ratio of Na2O to Al2O3 to SiO2, but this gives no information about the structure, only the overall composition. Look up clay minerals online. Wikipedia might be a good start. Also the website mentioned in the other answer.
Q:How can I cement rubber to aluminum?
Go to an automotive parts store, like Pep Boys- they sell a gasket adhesive for rubber trim on cars that works very well- Also, there is an outstandingly strong spray adhesive called 3M-77 - buy it in the paint sections at Lowes( about $13.00 a can- but it is a big can!) Spray on the aluminum, spray on the rubber- let dry for about ten minutes and attach- Be careful- 77 is a one way adhesive- once it is stuck, no repositioning it- it's stuck for good! Do not wear latex or rubber gloves- they will stick, too- wear cheap cotton or jersey gloves while working with this kind of instant adhesive. BTW, be sure to clean the aluminum and rubber with solvent before applying the adhesive- any oil and the fix won't work.

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