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Anticorrosion aluminum circle for utensil

February 12, 2020

An anticorrosion aluminum circle for utensils can be of alloys represented by 1070, 3003 and 5052. All these aluminium discs serve as raw materials for utensils, especially kitchen utensils, but they vary in properties and class of end products. 1070 contains 99.7% aluminum, making it the softest of the three. Though it’s regarded as an anti-corrosion aluminum circle, it shows the poorest corrosion resistance unless you have it anodized or coated, for natural anti-rust ability of pure aluminum is not so favorable as some suppliers declared. Chemical reaction occurs swiftly between aluminum and oxygen. That’s why many aluminum pots obtain white scale on the surface after a period of service. 3003 aluminum circle, owning around 3% manganese, is more corrosion resistant. In the same way, this ability gets strengthened if the circle goes through further anodizing or coating process. None of the two, however, can compete 5052 aluminum circle in either strength or corrosion resisting ability, for 5052 boasts an advantageous composition.

Anticorrosion aluminum circle for utensil

As a result, aluminum circle for utensil falls on three levels of end products, too. The lowest level, made of 1070, includes pots for boiling water, strainer for vegetable washing, large basins for clothes washing etc. Their service life reach only years, some months, up to specific application states. 3003 aluminum round sheets are made into a higher level of utensils such as kettles and pots lasting for years, and 5052 into high pressure cookers.

Haomei Aluminium supplies anticorrosion aluminum circles for utensils of thickness between 0.5mm and 6mm. The diameter ranges from 20mm to 1200mm. Our aluminum discs are shipped to cookware manufacturers in Africa, Canada, America, Asia and South Africa. Welcome to contact us!

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