Effect of Purity of Aluminum Strip on Reflectivity of Aluminum Foil

Aluminum strip refers to aluminum sheet or aluminum strip made of aluminum as the main raw material and mixed with other alloying elements. Aluminum strip is an important material for China’s national economic development and is widely used in aviation, aerospace, construction, printing, medicine and other industries. The aluminum strip has good light reflectivity, and the surface of the aluminum strip is bright and flat, and the reflective performance is stronger. The purity of the aluminum raw material has a significant effect on the reflectivity of the aluminum foil. When there is an impurity in the aluminum foil, impurity scattering occurs to increase the radiation absorption.

Aluminum Strip Needs Good Formability and Corrosion Resistance

Aluminum strip has an extremely wide range of applications and is an aluminum deep-processed product formed by aluminum coil slitting. It is also an important raw material in the industry. The aluminum strip needs to have good formability and high corrosion resistance but does not require high-strength part parts. Aluminum is a silver light metal with ductility. Commodities are often made into columnar, rod, flake, foil, powdery, banded and filamentous, forming a layer of oxide film to prevent metal corrosion in moist air.

How to Dispose Discarded Aluminum Strips and Aluminum Circle

The aluminum strip has good electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity, and the electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity of aluminum are second only to silver, copper and gold. Aluminum wafers have a very wide range of applications in our lives, and now they have been developed and applied in aerospace, military and other fields. For example, various housings and protective covers for electronic appliances. We all know that the quality of aluminum is very light and its corrosion resistance is much stronger than other metals. These two points are also the characteristics of aluminum circles. Aluminum circles and aluminum alloys are often used industrially as forgings to cast forgings of various shapes and types. But how do you deal with aluminum circles that have been scrapped after use?