Manufacturer for Household Aluminum Foil Supply to Finland
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♦ 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:
|Container Foil||Food Container||3003/8011||O/H22/
|Household Aluminum Foil||Food packing||1235/8011||O||0.01mm
|Aluminum Foil for Hot Seal||Bottle Hot Seal||1050/1060/
http://www.ableelectropolishing.com/ What is electropolishing and how does it work? Electropolishing is a reverse plating process. Instead of depositing metal on a part, electropolishing removes the outer skin of metal. This is achieved by using a combination of chemicals and electrical current. Learn more on our website.
Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/.
Electropolishing, also known as electrochemical polishing or electrolytic polishing (especially in the metallography field), is an electrochemical process that removes material from a metallic workpiece. It is used to polish, passivate, and deburr metal parts. It is often described as the reverse of electroplating. It may be used in lieu of abrasive fine polishing in microstructural preparation.
Typically, the workpiece is immersed in a temperature-controlled bath of electrolyte and serves as the anode; it is connected to the positive terminal of a DC power supply, the negative terminal being attached to the cathode. A current passes from the anode, where metal on the surface is oxidized and dissolved in the electrolyte, to the cathode. At the cathode, a reduction reaction occurs, which normally produces hydrogen. Electrolytes used for electropolishing are most often concentrated acid solutions having a high viscosity, such as mixtures of sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid. Other electropolishing electrolytes reported in the literature include mixtures of perchlorates with acetic anhydride and methanolic solutions of sulfuric acid.
To achieve electropolishing of a rough surface, the protruding parts of a surface profile must dissolve faster than the recesses. This process, referred to as anodic leveling, is achieved by a mass transport limited dissolution reaction. Anodic dissolution under electropolishing conditions deburrs metal objects due to increased current density on corners and burrs. Most importantly, successful electropolishing should operate under diffusion limited constant current plateau, achieved by following current dependence on voltage (polarization curve), under constant temperature and stirring conditions .
Electropolishing has many applications in the metal finishing industry because of its simplicity and it can be applied to objects of complex shape. Typical examples are electropolished stainless steel drums of washing machines and stainless steel surgical devices. Electropolishing is also commonly applied to the preparation of thin metal samples for transmission electron microscopy because electropolishing does not cause mechanical deformation of surface layers usually observed when mechanical polishing is used. Ultra high vacuum (UHV) components are typically electropolished in order to have a smoother surface for improved vacuum pressures, outgassing rates, and pumping speed.
One of the benefits of electropolishing for stainless steel is that it removes iron from the surface and enhances the chromium/nickel content for the most superior form of passivation for stainless steel. Electropolishing also provides a clean and smooth surface that is easier to sterilize, while improving the surface finish by leveling micro-peaks and valleys. This methodology is able to polish areas that are inaccessible by other polishing methods.
Another benefit of electropolishing is that it removes a small amount of material from the surface of the parts, while also removing small burrs or high spots. It can be used to reduce the size of some parts when necessary. The results of electropolishing are considered to be aesthetically pleasing by many people.
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