About one-third as dense as copper or steel, aluminum offers the advantages of malleability and ductility, ultimately allowing aluminum to be easily machined and cast into aluminum coils or sheeting. Add in its consistent strength, lightness, and value, and it becomes easy to understand why aluminum remains a popular metal, used to match any number of exact needs across a broad range of industries.
At All Foils, your aluminum coil suppliers, we have a long track record of supplying a wide variety of aluminum coil amongst other metals, each manufactured to meet the exact demands of any number of applications. All of our aluminum coil products are available in gauges/thicknesses up to .040″ and in tempers from annealed through full hard. We have the capabilities to supply material on fiber, steel, aluminum and plastic cores from 1-5/16″ to 20″ inner diameters.
Available in alloys in the 1000 to 8000 series range, we stock a full range of aluminum coils to service a wide range of industries, including automotive, pharmaceutical, electrical, and food service. It is important to note that choosing the right alloy for the aluminum coil is directly dependent on the specific use case.
Before purchasing any aluminum coils, it is vital you understand the specific strains the material will face during use. Properties to pay attention to include:
• Tensile Strength
• Corrosion Resistance
More than just offering special attention to quality and a superior record for on time delivery, as aluminum foil suppliers, All Foils remains committed to ensuring that the product you choose is engineered to match your exact needs and demands. In addition to our inventory of aluminum coils, we also offer a complete suite of processing and toll services, including printing, coating, slitting, sheeting and cleaning.
Please contact us to ask an engineer about your aluminum coil needs and learn why All Foils is the most trusted metal and aluminum coil supplier today!
Core : A hollow cylinder on which a coiled product may be wound that forms the inside diameter of a coil.
|Gauges||.0002″ to .020″
(.0002″, .000275″, .000285″, .0003″, .000316″, .00035″, .0005″, .0006″, .0007″, .001″, .0015″, .002″, .0025″, .003″, .004″, .005″, .006″, .007″, .008″, .009″, .010″, .012″, .014″, .015″, .016″, .020″)
|Tempers||0 (Soft, Annealed)
H14 (Half Hard)
H18 (Full Hard)
H19 (Full Hard)
H34 (Half Hard)
|Core Sizes (I.D.)||1-5/16″ to 20″|
Other gauges, alloys and tempers are available upon request.
|Reflectivity for radiant heat;
From source at 100°F
|Emissivity at 100°F||5% (Approx.)|
|Specific Heat at 20° C||.21 – .23 cal/gm/°C|
|Temperature coefficient of resistance for Aluminum at 20°C||.0040-.0036|
|Temperature coefficient of resistance for Aluminum at 100°C||.0031-.0028|
|Low Temperature Properties||Aluminum increases in strength and ductility as temperature is lowered, even down to -320° F|
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