Instruction of Aluminium sheet
Aluminum plate is composed of various aluminum alloys. Commercially, there are pure aluminum grades and alloys. Pure grades are mostly used to make aluminum plates. Aluminum is a natural anti-corrosion element.
Product Details of Aluminium sheet
0.15 mm- 2.0mm
Super thick plate
more than 200mm
Export standard packing or according to customers’ requirement
Within10-15 workdays,25-30days when the quantity beyond 1000tons
Applications of Aluminium sheet
1.1000 series industrial aluminum used in construction, packaging, air conditioning, refrigerators, solar energy, cosmetics and other industries
2.1000 series industrial pure aluminum used in power plants, chemical petrochemical plants, etc.
3.3000 series aluminum-manganese alloy is often used in air conditioners, refrigerators, cars in humid environments, etc.
4.5000 Series aluminum-magnesium alloys are commonly used in aerospace applications such as aircraft fuel tanks. Widely used in traditional industries
Properties Of Aluminium Sheet
It can be said that aluminum plate is one of the most widely used types of abrasive and engineering materials. This is mainly due to some key characteristics of aluminum plate. Taken together, these characteristics make it different from other metal plate types and ideal for a wide range of environments and applications.
Its most valuable properties include:
- Lightweight (approximately 1/3 the volume of steel), making it a very cost-effective solution in transport and logistics-based operations
- Strong enough for a wide range of building and structural applications
- Corrosion resistant in outdoor and wet environments
- easy to mould and with a relatively low melting point (660 degrees C), even on thicker pressure gauges
- Suitable for food-grade applications, including direct contact packaging, because it is non-reactive and completely impermeable to odour and taste (even at extremely light foil thicknesses)
- Fire resistant – only burns in very thin films and does not release toxic gases when melted
- Highly reflective, suitable for energy-efficient heating and lighting systems
- excellent thermal and electrical conductivity (approximately twice that of copper), again making it suitable for economical thermoelectric systems
- easy to recycle, with a low loss rate during decomposition (to date, about three-quarters of aluminium sheets are still in active circulation)
- long service life, low maintenance costs, low replacement rates and low environmental impact
- virtually unlimited thickness and sheet size
Packing and Shipping of Aluminium sheet
The packaging of our products (eg. weathered corrugated steel, weathering corrugated steel,corten steel columnl,hot rolled stainless steel plate) ensures that they will not be damaged during transport. For export purposes, the usual export packaging is done in wooden crates or crates. All hr sheet metal, plates and coils are marked with a logo (company mark), grade, size and batch number. On request, we can customise the marking on the product,such as spcc cold rolled steel.
Cladding and fascia panels
Cranes, trusses, supports and lifting gear
- Formability or Workability
- Corrosion Resistance
- Heat Treating
- Typical end use applications
Aluminium is currently only extracted from unprocessed bauxite, an ore found in clay-like soil a few metres below the surface. This ore is then refined in a solution of hot lime and caustic soda to produce aluminium oxide, a white oxide powder. When combined with electricity and carbon at high temperatures (producing carbon dioxide), this oxide produces a liquid metal that we call aluminium.
This liquid metal is then made into different types of ingots or alloys, depending on its final use. Aluminium for tubes, bars, plates and angles is usually made into ingots up to 20 feet long (weighing up to 20 tonnes!) ingots, but they are extremely easy to shape (ductile). This makes it easy to roll or press them at different temperatures and pressures to produce plates, sheets, foils and other forms in almost any useful thickness.