What is the source of surface damage to aluminum disc circles during the manufacturing process?


What is the source of surface damage to aluminum disc circles during the manufacturing process?

Aluminum disc circles are aluminum plates or disc circles that are made primarily of aluminum as a raw material and then mixed with other alloy elements to form a disc shape. Depending on the use of different grades, specifications, and states, an aluminum disc circle is a round shape formed by rolling aluminum ingots into discs. Aluminum disc circles contain a small number of solid metal particles, which can be counted on one hand. It is possible that the surface of aluminium circle will be damaged when they are used. What is the root of the problem?

What is the source of surface damage to aluminum disc circles during the manufacturing process?

1. The operating belt has a large number of segregation surfaces or solid metal particles attached to its surface, which will scratch the surface of the aluminum disc circle when metal is flowing through it during kneading.

2. In the course of the work, there are sundries on the operating belt that can cause injury to the surface of the operating belt while it is being kneaded, as well as scratching of the aluminum round sheet.

3. Because the speed is too fast for aluminum disc collision to occur.

4. Because the aluminum disc circles collide with each other or form damage as a result of kneading while in transit.

Aluminium disc circles and aluminum alloys are widely used, and they are among the most cost-effective materials on the market. Aluminum's production and consumption are only second to steel at the moment, making it the second-largest metal used by humans after steel, and its resources are extremely abundant. Aluminum disc circles and aluminum alloys are widely used in a variety of industries, including aircraft, automobiles, trains, ships, and other manufacturing. Unlike steel, pure aluminum is soft and ductile, and can be pulled into wire and rolled into the foil. It is used in the manufacture of wire and cable, as well as the radio industry and the packaging industry, among other applications.

Alucircle (also known as aludisccircle), also known as aluminium disc circle, is a perfect material for the production of aluminum round metal. It is common to find it in thicknesses ranging from 0.3mm to 10mm and in diameters ranging from 100mm to 800mm. It is widely used in a variety of industries, including electronics, everyday chemicals, medicine, culture and education, auto parts, and others. Kitchen utensils, cookware (such as non-stick pans, saucepans, pizza plates, pressure cookers), and other hardware (such as lampshades and water heater casing) are all made from aluminium circles, with 1xxx and 3xxx being the most common sizes used. ASTM B209, ASME SB 221, EN573, and EN485, and other international standards, are used in the production of our aluminum circles.

In addition to collaborating with renowned academic institutions and industry associations, CHAL Aluminium Corporation is dedicated to the advancement of aluminum research and development. In the field of aluminum product processing and production, our researchers and academic partners are involved in the business and technological development. In order to improve the performance of aluminum both technically and economically, we research, develop, and design solutions. CHAL Aluminium Group has five research and development centers in China.

During the deep processing of aluminum sheets, a disc circle is formed. This product is known as an aluminum disc. Nowadays, the demand for aluminum wafers in foreign markets is relatively high, and the vast majority of aluminum wafers produced in the United States is exported to countries all over the world. In addition to being bright and beautiful, aluminum circle discs in the 1060 and 1070 alloys can be shaped and treated.



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