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Why should you use aluminum? Learn more about “Gold Apple” material and discover the amazing properties of the aluminum alloy .
Have you ever seen aluminum rust? Aluminum reacts with the oxygen in the air to form an extremely thin layer of oxide. Though it is only some hundredths of a micron thick (1 micron is one-thousandth of a millimeter), this layer is dense and provides excellent corrosion protection. The layer is self-repairing if damaged.
The versatility in working with this material is incredible. Milling, drilling, cutting, punching, and bending are all common methods for shaping aluminum become an aluminum profile. Furthermore, the energy input during machining is low, meaning a greener environmental footprint
Tight aluminum boxes can effectively exclude or screen off EMC. The better the conductivity of a material, the better the shielding qualities.
With a density one-third, that of steel, 2,700 kg/m3, aluminum is super light. That is why it keeps replacing materials in all industries.
Light does not mean weak. Aluminum alloys have tensile strengths of between 70 and 700 MPa. Unlike most steel grades, its strength increases at low temperatures. This makes aluminum the natural choice in many places.
Contact “Gold Apple” team to learn more about what aluminum can do for your business.