1100 h14 aluminum sheet builing decoration usage Description: -Thickness (MM):0.2~500mm -Width (MM):200~3000mm -Length (MM): ≤12000 -Application: Airplane/Boat/Automobile parts, Oil Tank, Pipe; Construction, Electrical cabinet, Parts; Hardwares, Electric Appliance, etc. -Packing: Wooden pallet...
-Length (MM): ≤12000
-Application: Airplane/Boat/Automobile parts, Oil Tank, Pipe; Construction, Electrical cabinet, Parts; Hardwares, Electric Appliance, etc.
-Packing: Wooden pallet
-Delivery lead time: 10-25 days
-Delivery method: Ocean containers
1100 aluminium alloy
1100 aluminium alloy is an aluminium-based alloy in the "commercially pure" wrought family (1000 or 1xxx series). With a minimum of 99.0% aluminum, it is the most heavily alloyed of the 1000 series. It is also the mechanically strongest alloy in the series, and is the only 1000-series alloy commonly used in rivets. At the same time, it keeps the benefits of being relatively lightly alloyed (compared to other series), such as high electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance, and workability. It can be strengthened by cold working, but not by heat treatment.
Tempering is a process of heat treating, which is used to increase the toughness of iron-based alloys. Tempering is usually performed after hardening, to reduce some of the excess hardness, and is done by heating the metal to some temperature below the critical point for a certain period of time, then allowing it to cool in still air. The exact temperature determines the amount of hardness removed, and depends on both the specific composition of the alloy and on the desired properties in the finished product. For instance, very hard tools are often tempered at low temperatures, while springs are tempered to much higher temperatures.
Precise control of time and temperature during the tempering process is crucial to achieve the desired balance of physical properties. Low tempering temperatures may only relieve the internal stresses, decreasing brittleness while maintaining a majority of the hardness. Higher tempering temperatures tend to produce a greater reduction in the hardness, sacrificing some yield strength and tensile strength for an increase in elasticity and plasticity. However, in some low alloy steels, containing other elements like chromium and molybdenum, tempering at low temperatures may produce an increase in hardness, while at higher temperatures the hardness will decrease. Many steels with high concentrations of these alloying elements behave like precipitation hardening alloys, which produces the opposite effects under the conditions found in quenching and tempering, and are referred to as maraging steels.
1) What is the delivery time?
depends actual order, around 20 to 35 days
2)What is the QC system:
We have QC staff of 5 persons and advanced equipment, each production is with MTC traced from Aluminum ingot lot.
3) What market do you mainly sell to?
Australia, America, Asia, Middle East, Western Europe, Africa etc
4) Why YONGHONG?
With us, you get most competitive price, guranteened quality with assured delivery time and after sales service