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Slitted aluminum strip is the narrow aluminum coil,which slitted from aluminum coil, also called aluminum strip,

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Aluminum strip is our star product

Alloy:1100,1050,1060,1070,3003,3004,3105,3005,5052,8011

Temper:HO,H12,H22,H14,H24,H16,H26,H18,H32,H34,etc

Thickness:0.1mm to 6.0mm

Width:Min 5mm

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