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Aluminum Sheet

    1. Hot Rolled Sheet

      Hot rolled aluminum sheets, represented by aluminum alloy 6061 sheets, contains a larger amount of magnesium and silicone than other sheets. It features a high corrosion resistance.

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    1. Cold Rolled Sheet

      1-series cold rolled sheet has a high dimensional precision and excellent properties, including a deep drawability and electromagnetic properties. The last two numbers of the series number indicates the minimum content of aluminum within the alloy.

    1. Aluminum Tread Plate

      Tread bar height: 0.8-1.5mm
      Surface treatment: Mill Finish, Polished, or Anodized
      Standard: ASTM International Standards or EN Standard
      Package: wooden pallet (shipping standard)

    1. Aluminum Circle

      Aluminum circles made from the 1, 3, 5, 6, and 8-series aluminum alloys. These aluminum discs are available from 0.02 to 50mm thick and 10 to 1,000mm in diameter.
      Thickness (mm): 0.4-6.0

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Aluminum is a popular metal used in sheet metal as it is flexible, comes with a variety of options, and is cost effective, among other favorable properties. The four most common aluminum grades used in sheet metal are 1100-H14, 3003-H14, 5052-H32, and 6061-T6.

Based on our strong R&D and manufacturing capabilities and years of experience, we provide several types of aluminum sheets, including the 5-bar tread plates, diamond plates, mill finish aluminum plates and polished aluminum plates. Each include hot or cold rolled options.

Materials and Temper
We use premium alloy, (1050, 3003, 3105, 5052, 5082, and 6061) in the production process. Heat treatments include O, H22, H112, H111, H114, and T6.

Standard Specifications
1) Thickness: 1.2-8.0mm
2) Width: 200-2100mm
3) Length: 400-8000mm
4) Tread bar height: 0.8-1.5mm
5) Surface treatment: Mill Finish, Polished, or Anodized
6) Standard: ASTM International Standards or EN Standard

Applications
Our aluminum sheets can be made from several alloys with multiple temper options, different sizes and different surface finishes. They are commonly used in the production of billboards, building fronts, buses, curtain walls, kitchen sinks, and lamp brackets, fan blades, electronic equipment parts, license boards and more.