Cold-working is the most common way to form Al99.0/1100 Aluminum sheet plate A cold metalworking process is any metal shaping or forming process that takes place at or near room temperature. Aluminum 1100 can be shaped into many different products, including chemical equipment, railroad tank cars, fin stock, dials, name plates, cooking utensils, rivets, reflectors and sheet metal. The plumbing and lighting industries also use aluminum 1100, as do a wide variety of other industries.
Al99.0/1100 Aluminum sheet plate is a soft, non-heat-treatable and low strength alloy that offers strong corrosion resistance. Composed of 99% aluminum and 0.12% copper, Aluminum 1100 is purest grade of aluminum alloy available commercially.
A highly sought after alloy, Aluminum 1100 offers excellent machinability as well as maintaining strength in low temperatures and electrical conductivity. There are a number of commercial and industrial applications, for Al99.0/1100 Aluminum sheet plate that include:
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