Household Aluminium Foil FDA Certificate

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Aluminium Foil are used for Cooking, Storing, Freezing,and wrapping.


Household Aluminium Foil Roll specification:


Material: Aluminium Foil  Alloy: 8011 "O"


Thickness: 9micron-24micron is available for different purpose.


Length: 5M--300M As per customer requirement for Houseuse or Foodservice,Catering Use.


Width:250mm--600mm, Regular width: 300mm/450mm as per customer requirement.


Packing: colour box / dispenser box/ Printed PP Sleeve,Bag / Shrink wrap with Printed paper/ Plastic Bubble bag as per customer requirement.


DescriptionHousehold Aluminum Foil 
MaterialAluminium alloy
Alloy8011-O 8006
UsageFood, ketchen packing storing freezing ,etc
Core ID28mm 32mm 35mm 38mm
PackageColour box / dispenser box/ Printed PP Sleeve,Bag / Shrink wrap with Printed paper/ Plastic Bubble bag as per customer requirement.
delivery time25days-28days
quality tolerance±3%


 Household Aluminium Foil FDA Certificate


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Q:Would alternating layers of Aluminium, Polymers, Styrofoam, and ER Armor be good for tank?
Aluminium has a strength up to 800 N/mm2 (for its best Al-based alloys) while steels can go much higher... about 1400 N/mm2 if I recall well. The problem with aluminium is that is prompt to fatigue break which is not good with something vibrating like a rolling tank armor. Polymers are not strong enough unless you use composite materials, for ex. fibre glass or even better - carbon fibre reinforced. The problem is still that unlike steel, the strength is exceptionally high... in one direction - so pray for the impact to be mostly from this direction.
Q:cinergy field seats: metal? aluminum?
The stadium opened in 1970, so that would be aluminum.
Q:which has more mass lead or aluminum?
lead it has the Atomic Weight of= 207.2
Q:Need help with cleaning baking aluminum pans...that are mess!!?
Thanks, have all of the above that you mentioned...just that a few are favorites as I can pick them up easily - bad shoulders and elbows have weight bearing issues....I don't even cook all that much, but seem to burn a lot - even when boiling is a miserable commentary on a day in the life of Aunt Susie....
Q:Performance differences between aluminized and aluminized plates
Microstructure characteristics of hot dipped aluminized steelHot dip aluminizing steel to achieve the combination of atoms between iron and aluminum by metal bond, close together, as was shown under the microscope, from the outside to the inside with two aluminum film, three aluminum oxide layer, the alloy layer sequentially formed coating. If the coating of carbon steel, the banded structure and base metal contact.Coating thickness: if carbon steel, then the aluminum layer is 0.04-0.07mm alloy layer, the average 0.05mm. However, the thickness of each layer depends on the type of steel, the amount of carbon, and the temperature and time of the dipping. If the parent material is alloy steel, coating and the differences (omitted).
Q:which has more volume? a kg of gold? or a kg of aluminum?
Think of it this way: Which metal is lighter? How do you know this? Because a given volume of gold weighs more than a given volume of aluminum. So which one has more volume? A kg of aluminum.
Q:What masses of iron(III) oxide and aluminum must be used to produce 10.0 g iron?
I'm going to show my calculations anyways Fe2O3(s) + 2 Al(s) -- 2 Fe (l) + Al2O3 (s) From the equation : 1 mole of iron (III) oxide 2 moles of aluminium -- 2 moles of iron 1 mole of aluminium oxide Given that iron = 10.0 g = 10.0 g / 55.8 g per mole = 0.179 mol of iron (corr to 3 sig fig) Because the mole ratio of iron to iron (III) oxide is 2 : 1 Therefore moles of iron (III) oxide produced = 0.179 / 2 = 0.0895 mol Convert it back to grams 0.0895 x (55.8 x 2 + 16.0 x 3) = 14.3 grams (corr to 3 sig fig)' a) 14.3 grams of iron (III) oxide must be used ----- Given that iron = ...... (previously calculated) ...... = 0.179 mol of iron (corr to 3 sig fig) Because the mole ratio of iron to aluminium is 1 : 1 Therefore moles of aluminium produced = 0.179 mol Convert it back to grams 0.179 x 27.0 = 4.83 grams (corr to 3 sig fig) b) 4.83 grams of aluminium must be used ----- Given that iron = 0.179 mol Because the mole ratio of iron to aluminium oxide is 2 : 1 Therefore moles of Al2O3 produced = 0.179 / 2 = 0.0895 mol Convert it back to grams 0.0895 x (27.0 x 2 + 16.0 x 3) = 9.13 grams (corr to 3 sig fig) c) 9.13 grams of aluminium oxide is the maximum mass that could be produced P.S. The relative molecular masses used are from my textbook
Q:Aluminum in deodorant lead to Alzheimer's?
aluminum oxide in antipersperant does lead to alzheimer's, yes. but antiperspirant is not deodorant, and deodorant does not contain aluminum. sweating is a natural bodily function. if you need to sweat, sweat. it's odor that should bother people.
Q:welding aluminum without gas.?
What is your machine that you will be using? Can you weld AC on it? Do you have a High Freq. Box? Will you GTAW it or use GMAW? What Alloy of Aluminum is it? Need much more info than you have provided. If GMAW best to have a pull or a push / pull wire feed system such as in a spool gun. Aluminum is too soft to just push from a wire feeder unit.
Q:Strongest Aluminum Stem?
This Aluminum is a very different animal than steel, so the choice of alloy depends on what the application is. For instance, 7075-T6 is the most common high-end alloy for chainrings, but it has comparatively low tensile and yeild strengths.....and yet it's the most durable choice for the application. Chainrings made out of a stronger alloy won't last as long and may develop stress cracks. Some of the alloy choices depend upon machining and welding characteristics,'s not always about the strongest or lightest. You wouldn't want a part like a seatpost to be made of the material with the best numbers but that has a tendency to crack after welding.

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