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Embossed Aluminum Sheet Plate Coil Foil Strip

Embossed Aluminum Sheet Plate Coil Foil Strip

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Aluminium foil (or aluminum foil) is aluminium prepared in thin metal leaves with a thickness less than 0.2 millimetres (8 mils); thinner gauges down to 6 micrometres (0.24 mils) are also commonly used.In the United States, foils are commonly gauged in thousandths of an inch or mils. Standard household foil is typically 0.016 mm (0.63 mils) thick, and heavy duty household foil is typically 0.024 mm (0.94 mils). Thefoil is pliable, and can be readily bent or wrapped around objects. Thin foils are fragile and are sometimeslaminated to other materials such as plastics or paper to make them more useful. Aluminium foil supplantedtin foil in the mid 20th century.

Annual production of aluminium foil was approximately 800,000 tonnes (880,000 tons) in Europe and 600,000 tonnes (660,000 tons) in the U.S. in 2003. Approximately 75% of aluminium foil is used for packaging offoods, cosmetics, and chemical products, and 25% used for industrial applications (e.g. thermal insulation, cables and electronics).

In North America, aluminium foil is known as aluminum foil. It was popularized by Reynolds Metals, the leading manufacturer in North America. In the United Kingdom and United States it is, informally, widely called tin foil, for historical reasons (similar to how aluminum cans are often still called "tin cans").Metallised films are sometimes mistaken for aluminium foil, but are actually polymer films coated with a thin layer of aluminium. In Australia, aluminium foil is widely called alfoil.

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ALLOY : AA1***(AA1050,AA1060,AA1070,AA1100etc)


        AA5***(AA5052 etc)




EMBOSSED PATTERNS : Diamond, stucoo,bars etc

STANDARD: GB/T3880-2006

Special specification is available on customer's requirement



      AA3***(AA3003 etc)




STANDARD:GB/T 3880-2006

Special specification is available on customer's requirement


Embossed Aluminum Sheet Plate Coil Foil Strip

Embossed Aluminum Sheet Plate Coil Foil Strip

Embossed Aluminum Sheet Plate Coil Foil Strip

Embossed Aluminum Sheet Plate Coil Foil Strip


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Q:the aluminium pull tabs are in a jucy juice bottle
So saving pull tabs isn't a complete waste of time. But let's make one thing clear: *there's nothing special about pull tabs*. You'd save yourself a heap o' trouble and make a lot more money if you recycled the whole can. The Reynolds and kidney foundation people have tried to get that point across with a poster showing a red Ghost busters-type slash through a cartoon of someone trying to detach a pull tab from a can. The headline says, Keep Tabs on Your Cans. But the public hasn't gotten the message. Supposedly responsible people -- e.g., the honchos at your school -- will organize pull tab collection drives without even bothering to get the whole story. Urban legends expert Jan Brunvand reports that in 1989 a Minneapolis VFW post organized a pull tab collection drive for the local Ronald McDonald House. When Brunvand asked the organizers why they didn't tell people to save whole cans, they lamely replied that there were hygiene problems and that people liked mailing in the tabs, even though the postage often exceeded the value of the aluminum. In other words, it's not important to *do* good as long as people *feel* good. Sometimes I don't think we have enough common sense in this country to fill a teacup.
Q:How does the surface treatment affect the corrosion resistance of aluminum sheet?
Surface treatment can significantly enhance the corrosion resistance of aluminum sheets. Processes such as anodizing, chemical conversion coating, and painting create protective layers on the surface, which act as barriers against corrosive agents. These treatments not only improve the durability and lifespan of the aluminum sheet but also enhance its ability to withstand harsh environmental conditions and prevent the occurrence of corrosion.
Q:What is the cost of aluminum sheets compared to other metals?
The cost of aluminum sheets is generally lower compared to other metals such as stainless steel or copper. Aluminum is a widely available and abundant material, which contributes to its relatively affordable price in comparison to other metals.
Q:What is the bending radius of aluminum sheets?
The bending radius of aluminum sheets is influenced by several factors, including the sheet thickness, the type of aluminum alloy used, and the bending method employed. In general, aluminum sheets with a thickness of 1mm or less can be bent without cracking if the radius is equal to the thickness of the sheet. For thicker aluminum sheets, it is necessary to have a bending radius that exceeds the thickness of the sheet in order to prevent cracking or fracturing. As a rule of thumb, aluminum sheets with a thickness ranging from 1mm to 6mm should have a bending radius at least 1.5 times the sheet thickness. For instance, a 3mm thick aluminum sheet should have a minimum bending radius of 4.5mm. It is important to note that these guidelines are approximate and can vary depending on the specific aluminum alloy and temper utilized. Additionally, different bending processes, such as air bending, bottoming, or coining, may require different bending radii. To obtain precise bending radius requirements for specific applications of aluminum sheets, it is advisable to consult the manufacturer's specifications or seek professional advice.
Q:I have seen some stainless steel rifles that you can basically dunk in water, require no cleaning, etc and perform time after time. If SS is so good why are most weapons made of aluminum parts which is then anodized coated black? If you dunk these weapons in water will they rust? Thanks
The components of guns that have to deal with the heaviest forces and pressures (receivers, barrels, bolts) are almost always some form of steel, not aluminum. Stainless steels are MORE EXPENSIVE, consequently other equally strong but less expensive steels is used and coated with a protective finish, like bluing or parkerization (steel cannot be anodized). Sometimes steel is chromed or nickel coated to look like stainless steel. Aluminum is used in frames and lower receivers and possibly other smaller parts, and in fact aluminum is actually MORE corrosion resistant than stainless steel. Generally the alternative material to aluminum these days is some form of polymer. For example, while sig sauer uses aluminum frames on their handguns, Glock uses polymer frames. Stainless steel used in guns will rust if you don't take care of it. Blued, parkerized, and other protective finished steels will not rust under most conditions if they are taken care of. Otherwise all the armies of the world would have very rusty guns.
Q:Are aluminum sheets suitable for signage applications?
Indeed, signage applications can benefit from the use of aluminum sheets. Due to its lightweight nature and durability, aluminum proves to be an ideal material for outdoor signs that must endure diverse weather conditions. Its resistance to rust and corrosion guarantees the sign's longevity. Moreover, aluminum sheets can be effortlessly customized and shaped into various sizes, enabling the creation of versatile and imaginative signage options. Furthermore, aluminum serves as an exceptional material for digital printing, producing top-notch graphics and images. All in all, aluminum sheets present remarkable durability, versatility, and aesthetic allure, cementing their status as a favored choice for signage applications.
Q:What are aluminum sheets?
Aluminum sheets, commonly found in various industries and applications, are thin and flat pieces of aluminum. Aluminum, a lightweight and versatile metal, is known for its exceptional strength, durability, and corrosion resistance, from which these sheets are made. Depending on the project's specific requirements, the thickness, width, and length of these sheets can vary. Construction, automotive, aerospace, packaging, and manufacturing industries, among others, widely employ aluminum sheets. They serve various purposes, including roofing, cladding, signage, transportation, electrical enclosures, and even household utensils. Aluminum's flexibility and malleability make it a popular choice for a wide range of applications, as it can be easily shaped and formed. Furthermore, aluminum sheets can be coated or finished, enhancing their appearance and protecting them from external factors like moisture, UV rays, or chemicals. In summary, aluminum sheets are indispensable materials that offer a combination of lightweight, strength, and corrosion resistance, making them ideal for industrial and commercial uses.
Q:Are aluminum sheets suitable for use in food processing or packaging industries?
Yes, aluminum sheets are suitable for use in food processing or packaging industries. Aluminum is a widely used material in the food industry due to its excellent properties such as being lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and having good thermal conductivity. It is also impermeable to moisture, oxygen, and light, which helps to preserve the quality and freshness of food products. Additionally, aluminum sheets can be easily formed into various shapes and sizes, making them versatile for different packaging requirements.
Q:Can aluminum sheets be used for food processing equipment?
Yes, aluminum sheets can be used for food processing equipment. Aluminum is a popular choice in the food industry due to its numerous beneficial properties. It is lightweight, durable, corrosion-resistant, and has excellent thermal conductivity. These properties make aluminum sheets ideal for various applications in food processing equipment, such as mixing bowls, cooking utensils, baking trays, and food storage containers. Additionally, aluminum is non-toxic and does not react with food, ensuring the safety and quality of the processed products. However, it is important to note that aluminum should not come into direct contact with acidic or alkaline foods, as it may react and affect the taste or quality of the food. In such cases, a protective barrier or lining should be used. Overall, aluminum sheets are widely used in the food industry due to their versatility, durability, and food-safe characteristics.
Q:why can aluminum sheet after oxide film removal react quicker with hydrochloric acid?
the reason is very simple, the original aluminum sheet has a layer of dense oxide film AI2O3, which has prevented the inner aluminum sheet from reacting with hydrochloric acid. but after oxide film removal, aluminum sheet will directly contact hydrochloric acid, generating H2.

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