What are the uses and applications of aluminum circles

Aluminum circles are widely used in electronics, daily chemicals, medicine, culture and education, and automotive accessories. Electrical appliances, thermal insulation, machinery manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, military, mold, construction, printing and other industries. Such as kitchen utensils such as non-stick pans, pressure cookers, etc. and hardware supplies such as lampshades, water heater shells, stretch tanks, etc., are one of the most heavily processed products of aluminum alloy plate and strip.

The first is the light weight and strong corrosion resistance of aluminum metal. These two points are the most significant features of aluminum circles. Its small density and light weight make it widely used in aviation, automobile, ship and other transportation manufacturing industries. In addition, high-end industries such as spacecraft and satellites also use a large amount of aluminum circles, aluminum metals, and aluminum alloys.

 

Secondly, it has excellent conductivity. Although its electrical conductivity is weaker than that of gold, silver and copper, but because of its large reserves and low density, which is only one-third of copper, it can deliver the same amount of electricity, and the quality of aluminum is only Copper half. In addition, the surface oxide film of aluminum not only has the ability to resist corrosion, but also has a certain degree of insulation. Therefore, aluminum disc metal has a very wide range of uses in the electrical appliance manufacturing industry, wire and cable, and radio industry.

Finally, let me talk about the malleability of aluminum :. Aluminum discs and aluminum alloys are often used as forgings in the industry. They can be used to cast various shapes and varieties of forgings, and can be connected using a variety of methods, including welding methods such as welding and resistance welding. Knitting and mechanical methods such as riveting and bolting are used for joining. In addition, aluminizing agents are often used to smelt refractory metals and welded rails. They can also be used as deoxidizers in the steelmaking process.