Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 1XXX

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1.Structure of Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 1XXX Description

Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 1XXX has great ductility, heat conductivity, anti-corrosion and moisture resistance properties.

Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 1XXX is free from Oil Stain, Dent, Inclusion, Scratches, Stain, Oxide Dicoloration, Breaks,
Corrosion, Roll Marks, Dirt Streaks and other defect which will interfere with use  

2.Main Features of Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 1XXX

•    Superior quality of raw material

•    Reasonable and stable chemical composition

•    Accurate tolerance

•    Goode mechanical property

3.Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 1XXX Images

 

Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 1XXX

 

4.Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 1XXX Specification

Alloy

AA1xxx (AA1050, AA1060, AA1070, AA1100 etc.

Temper

H14, H16, H18, H22, H24, H26, H32, O/F

Thickness

0.2mm -- 100mm

Width

30mm -- 1700mm

Standard

GB/T 3880-2006,EN,ASTM,JIS

5. FAQ of Mill-finished Aluminum Coils 1XXX

A.What is the package?

It is wooden pallet

B.Where is your mill located.

The mill is in Henan province.

 

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Q:Opinions wanted. Carbon or Aluminum?
If you're going to get carbon, get a high-end frame....either as a complete bike or one that you build up with possibly non-top-level parts if you're concerned about money. I prefer aluminum for mountain bikes, steel for jump/urban bikes, and carbon for the road. A good aluminum road frame is still nice to ride but carbon is really sweet on pavement. Well-made carbon will minimize flex in the wrong areas, but leave enough compliance to give it a nice road feel. Well-made aluminum will always be a bit harsh on a road bike but can be made darn close to the same light finish weights of carbon, especially if you choose a scandium frame. The disadvantage of carbon is its relative fragility. If they get damaged beyond superficial scratches, they're destined for the lightweight and expensive dumpster most of the time. It's possible to repair damage to carbon, but the repairs are so expensive it's usually not even worth it. Aluminum can be repaired more often, but they're often trash, too.....depends on the frame. Don't rule out titanium from the mix unless you have something against it. Not as many offerings in the marketplace, but that's mainly due to it's expense and the training involved in working with it. Titanium rides are pretty sweet. Hope this helps....enjoy the new bike whatever you get. :o)
Q:Impact strength of aluminium 2024 composite after cryogenic?
Aluminum 2024 doesn't have a transition temperature, it absorbs about 18n-m impact strength (via charpy tests I ran three weeks ago at my College course). This was constant between -150ºC to +150°C (liquid nitrogen to a furnace). This excerpt from wiki: Cutting tools In 1982 at the Oak Ridge National Laboratories, George Wei, Terry Tiegs, and Paul Becher discovered a composite of aluminium oxide and silicon carbide whiskers. This material proved to be exceptionally strong. Development of this laboratory-produced composite to a commercial product took only three years. In 1985, the first commercial cutting tools made from this alumina and silicon carbide whisker-reinforced composite were introduced by the Advanced Composite Materials Corporation (ACMC) and Greenleaf Corporation. Leads me to believe it depends on how you mix the material in would make a difference. Silicon Carbide and aluminum make very strong tools, but would make it more brittle. The ceramic in a metallic crystal lattice (metal is a crystalline structure) would allow more voids to coalesce leading to a brittle fracture, but the initial strength would be improved because of substitution dislocations in the crystal structure (it would be more rigid, stronger, but more prone to sudden failure). Silicon carbide has low thermal expansion coefficient compared to aluminum also so when it gets really cold the aluminum would contract around the particles increasing the strength, but again, reducing ductility and causing fractures to occur more rapidly. Anyways, very interesting, you should do a bit of research on your own after this as I gave you some good places to work from (and I'm sure plenty of words to look up ;D )
Q:Aluminium Vs Mild Steel Vs Galv?
Aluminum is not as strong as steel, so you would need a thicker piece. Also you need to select the aluminum alloy to match the application, there are many different alloys. And Al is more expensive than steel, so you have to look at your cost budget. Galvanized will not rust, so your only reason is looks? Not a decision for you to make, but for the customer.
Q:Elements that bond well with aluminium?
Oxygen is another and AlO I believe is the most common bonded aluminum you will find.
Q:How to pull the aluminum coil purchased into aluminum sheet?
You can use decoiler machine, but after decoiling, the embossment of embossed aluminum sheet will become very shallow.
Q:Separating aluminum and copper on a radiator?
I do not think its worth it. Radiators in whole ar going for around $1.28 per lb. For current pricing go to www.scrapmetalpricesandauctions.c...
Q:polishing aluminum help?!?
Use 1200 to 2000 grit. Your sandpaper is way too course! The paper probably got gummed up With aluminum particals. Use water or oil to wash away particals. In other words wet sand it. Then get this polish called Mothers Aluminum Polish. And two micro fiber cloths. Use the mothers and wipe off with first towel. Then use second towel. Trust me! I spend alot of time in my machine shop making custom aluminum parts. If you can trickle water over the surface of what your polishing it helps. The 1200 to 2000 grit can be purchased at Walmart in the auto section.
Q:What is the best way to sand aluminum rims?
Sanding Aluminum Wheels
Q:Aluminum silicate felt fiber needle blanket noise reduction?
And in the heat insulation, aluminum silicate needled blanket technology with a special one-time plastic molding, as the car chassis fireproof heat insulation layer, and now Xiamen Kinglong has reached a cooperation agreement.
Q:aluminum foil issues?
I never use foil directly on food. Wrap your food in saran wrap first and then foil. Problem solved. Anything with acid will do that. Tomato, vinegar, lemon juice, etc.

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