Hot Rolled Aluminium Circle AA3003 H14

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Hot Rolled Aluminium Circle is widly used in cooking pot field.  There are two kinds of production method. One is hot rolled aluminium circle, the other is continuous casting aluminium circle. The mechanical for the two circle is different. If you will deep push, we recommend Hot rolled aluminium circle. If you just spinning, we recommend continuous casting aluminium circle.


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.


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4. Product Specification



AA3003H140.2MM-3MM90MM-1200MMExportation Pallet



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:recycling aluminum cans?
The dirt won't be a problem, normally. The pebbles might, but I haven't heard any mention of this being a problem. Add: Aluminum melts at around 960 F, while most rocks won't. By that time, the dried up sugars and cigarette butts will have all burned off. You can melt aluminum in a cast iron frying pan, but I really don't recommend trying that: If a drop of water hits the molten aluminum it'll expand somewhere around 1700 times it's original volume, nearly instantly. This will be like a small bomb going off, and molten aluminum will spray all over. That's quite dangerous, even if you do have protective gear.
Q:has anyone built an aluminum boat before?
Q:What's up with aluminum foil?
It has to do with the resonance of the microwave radiation with the 'points' on the aluminium foil. We don't think of foil as having 'points' us it looks smooth. However, when the microwave bouce around in the oven, they find each and every uneven surface on the foil. In layman's terms, the microwaves 'collide', causing a build-up of charge and energy. You'll notice that many pre-packaged microwave meals contain a 'crisping' area on the cardboard that resembles aluminium. This is a specially treated foil that won't set up a resonance, but instead will concentrate the microwaves in a particular area, causing the food to cook much faster in a small, external area. The result: a nice, crispy shell on your otherwise limp and tasteless Hot Pocket! Enjoy!
Q:Aluminum Oars Any Good?
well on a grade 8 camp we went canoeing and had to use aluminium oars and got absolutely cover in grey stuff, like my hands, arms, legs, face. and it made me itchy. it could probably be even cheaper if you made your own wooden ones, like following instructions and everything. but for cheap oars check OKorder
Q:How many grams of an original 6000 g of aluminum-24 will remain?
so it 6000/ (2*8*24*60*60) 0.00434027778 grams have you heard of the internet an unless your mom is a chem teacher it doesnt mean much
Q:Can aluminium oxide react?
Aluminium forms layer of aluminium oxide when exposed to air. This prevents further reaction WITH AIR.
Q:What is a good slogan for Aluminum?
Aluminum, unlucky # 13. or...Aluminum, fun to say-hard to chew. Aluminum says, stop staring at my cans. I 3 recycling.
Q:what is aircraft grade aluminum?
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Q:Can aluminum can lids be recycled?
Q:Aluminum foil ice cooler insulation, inside or outside?
Aluminum foil has zero R factor (insulation factor). However, if it put on the outside of a cooler it will reflect the sun rays away from the cooler, and make it easier for your cooler to keep things cool. Gel packs are slightly better than extra ice (depending on the amount/concentration of glycol alcohol in them) -- gel packs are popular because they are self contained and not as wet and messy as melted ice. Edit: Well, indoors the aluminum would not be a complete waist. Heat waves from inside the house would still bounce off the aluminum. But the other answerer mentioned a very good way to further insulate your cooler. Just attach (tape or glue) stryrofoam sheets to the outside of your cooler == that would be a big time improvement.

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