The aluminum sheets are usually classified on the market according to the content of alloying elements and can be divided into eight different types. If the distinction is made according to different processing techniques, the alloy aluminum plate can be divided into two types: cold rolling and hot rolling.
If it is classified according to the thickness, the alloy aluminum plate can be divided into a thin plate and a medium plate. Usually, the aluminum foil we see is an alloy aluminum plate with a thickness of less than 0.2 cm, which can be classified into a thin plate category.
Aluminum plates will involve a single grade. Usually the grade of pure aluminum is 1060. There are many types of aluminum, such as strip, foil, slab, stretch tube, and extruded tube.
Cold-worked bars are mainly used in applications where high corrosion resistance and formability are required, but the strength of such alloy aluminum plates is not high. Therefore, it is especially suitable for chemical equipment, railway tank cars, electrical conductor materials, instrument materials, welding rods, etc.
What is not often seen in life is the 3003 alloy aluminum plate, which is mainly used for processing and forming parts. However, it is required to have good molding properties, and has extremely high corrosion resistance, or a weldable part, which is generally used for tanks and tanks for transporting liquids, as well as pressure tanks and storage devices.
In different occasions, the structure and material of the required alloy aluminum plate will be different for different operating objects. Therefore, it is necessary to make a selection according to the basic needs of the equipment. It is best to first measure the specific length to the entity and understand the specific requirements of the corresponding operation object, and then select the appropriate alloy aluminum plate.