13 Years Factory Household Aluminum Foil for Austria Manufacturer

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Technical Specifications
♦ Thickness: 0.009-0.03mm
♦ Width: 250-1280mm
♦ Material (alloy): 1235, 8011, 8079,8006
♦ Temper: Soft(O)
♦ Roll weight: 1-500kg/roll
♦ One side bright, the other side dull.

Supply aluminum kitchen foil in small roll, aluminium household foil. We also supply rewinding machine which rewind big foil rolls into small rolls, and the packing/wrapping machine for small rolls.

Household Aluminum Foil Application:
Used in family, supermarket or restaurant kitchen, to wrap food and keep food fresh when baking, roasting or cooking.

Household Aluminium Foil Jumbo Roll (Alloy 8011/8006/3003)
Our household aluminium foil jumbo roll is a superior household material for packaging which can resist water and oil. It can be reused and can isolate light and conduct heat. Because of these features, it is widely used in the food packaging industry .

Aluminum Foil for Food–including food packaging and food container:

Product Name Application Alloy Temper Thickness Width
Container Foil Food Container 3003/8011 O/H22/
H24
0.045mm
- 0.12mm
150mm -
1300mm
Household Aluminum Foil Food packing 1235/8011 O 0.01mm
- 0.02mm
150mm -
1250mm
Aluminum Foil for Hot Seal Bottle Hot Seal 1050/1060/
1070
H18 0.14mm
- 0.27mm
900mm -
1100mm
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