5mm Thick 1100 Aluminum Sheet

1000 sheets of pure aluminum are used in industrial applications. Common grades include 1050, 1060, 1070, 1100, and 1200. Trace amounts of iron (Fe) and silicon (Si) are added to enhance specific properties. This material offers superior performance in terms of processability, corrosion resistance, weldability, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity. It is well-suited for use in containers and heat dissipation materials.

1100 aluminum plate is composed of over 99% aluminum, ensuring excellent hardness and bending properties. Following anodizing treatment, its corrosion resistance is further enhanced, providing a stunning surface finish. However, it cannot be strengthened through heat treatment. Its adaptability across a range of applications, from culinary to industrial equipment, makes it a versatile material choice.

1100 alloy is a blend of pure aluminum and a minimal amount of copper, resulting in a material with exceptional formability, processing characteristics, high corrosion resistance, good weldability, and electrical conductivity. It is a high-quality aluminum plate that boasts a high copper content within the 1000 aluminum series.

1100 aluminum alloy possesses the typical properties of aluminum, such as its low density, excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, robust corrosion resistance, and excellent plastic processing capabilities. This alloy can be shaped into aluminum sheet, strip, and foil. It can also be used for gas welding, argon arc welding, and spot welding.

1100 pure aluminum cannot be strengthened through heat treatment, but its strength can be enhanced through cold deformation. The only type of heat treatment that can be applied is annealing. The recrystallization starting temperature is determined by the impurity content and the degree of deformation, generally around 200°C.

The mechanical properties of different cold work hardening states can be achieved by adjusting the annealing temperature after cold deformation or controlling the amount of cold deformation after annealing. To improve formability, it is recommended to use the former method.

1. 1100-H24 aluminum
The most commonly used annealing process for 1100 aluminum coils is the H24 annealing process. It is a semi-hard state. It is for general use. 5mm aluminum plate is a common thickness.

2. 1100-H18 aluminum
Annealing process H18 is a common but not commonly used annealing process. When 1100 aluminum is often used as advertising signs, car body decoration and packaging, etc., it requires a relatively high hardness. Therefore, such customers usually choose the H18 annealing process to make up for the hardness problem of 1100 aluminum plates.

3. 1100-H14 aluminum
1100-h14 aluminum has good processing performance and beautiful surface. It is widely used in curtain walls, aluminum veneers, and exterior wall decorations.

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