Aluminum Coil is an important ingredient in the production of a wide range of industrial, commercial and consumer products. Air conditioners, automobiles, aircraft, furniture, structural components and many other products can involve the use of aluminum coil. “Aluminum coil” is the term used to describe the raw product of the aluminum sheet production process. Coiled aluminum sheets are easier to store and transport than many stacked individual sheets.
1000 series alloys represent pure aluminium (99% aluminium content) offering high corrosion resistance with high thermal and electrical conductivity. 1000 series represents the purest of all commercial aluminium alloys currently available
2000 Series Alloy
The 2000 series aluminum alloy has a high content of Cu element. It has a high hardness. The 2000 series aluminum alloys are mainly used in the aviation field.
3000 Series Alloy
The 3000 series aluminum alloy is made of Mn as the main component. It has an excellent anti-rust function. It is used in humid environments such as air conditioners, refrigerators, and under cars. 3000 aluminum alloy is a commonly used alloy series.
5000 Series Alloy
The 5000 series aluminum alloys belong to the more commonly used alloy series. The main element is Mg. It is characterized by low density, high tensile strength and high elongation. In the same area, the weight of 5000 series alloy is lower than other series. Often used in aviation and conventional industries.
6000 Series Alloy
6000 series aluminum alloys mainly contain Mg and Si. 6000 series alloys have excellent corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance.
7000 Series Alloy
7000 series aluminum alloys mainly contain Zn, Mg, and Cu. 7000 series alloys are super hard aluminum alloys. Has good wear resistance. It is often used in the manufacture of aircraft.