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As an outstanding product of modern industry, Aluminum Extrusion have always been popular with manufacturers. However, many people do not have an in-depth knowledge of aluminium tubes or even the reasons for their popularity.
This report will indicate the physical principles of the Aluminum Tube Profiles, and have an overview of the types of the Aluminum Extrusion.
What are the Physical Properties of Aluminum?
What is the production process of the Aluminum Extrusion?
What are the types of the Aluminum Tubing?
It is important to note that aluminium is not affected by low temperatures. Below zero degrees Celsius, the strength and plasticity of aluminium increases rather than decreases as the temperature decreases.
It is noteworthy that the polished surface of aluminium reflects more than 80% of white light - the higher the purity, the higher the reflectivity.
In addition, the advantages of Aluminium tubes are corrosion resistance, ductility, the fact that it can be broken into extremely thin sheets and the fact that they can be bent into shapes. As well as its plasticity, it can be shaped or bent.
The production process of the Aluminum Extrusion can be divided into two important parts.
To begin with, the Extrusion Die is Prepared and Moved to the Extrusion Press and be preheated. The blanks are then transferred to an extruder. Once the blanks have been preheated, they are mechanically transferred to the extruder. Next, a slider pushes the billet into the container, a step that allows the material to expand to fill the walls of the container. After the extruded material has emerged from the die, the next step is cutting and the extrusion is sheared to table length. The extrusions are waited for to cool to room temperature and once they have reached room temperature they need to be stretched. The profiles are moved to the stretchers and stretched aligned.
If the profile has developed some natural distortion, this needs to be corrected and finally the profile is moved to the finishing saw and cut to length. To achieve these aims, the profiles are placed in an oven to speed up their aging process!
The next important part of the process is the thermal treatment of the heat, which improves the mechanical properties. It is important for customers to understand the strength requirements of their project to ensure the correct choice of alloy and tempering. Heat Treatment. After the heat treatment to improve the mechanical properties, the profile can also be surface treated. Noticeably, surface finishing is used to enhance appearance and protection against corrosion.
The two main reasons for considering these are to enhance the appearance of the aluminium and to improve its corrosion resistance.
Aluminum Tubing can be classified according to different measurement criteria. Different types of Aluminum Tubing will be used in different places. These are described in detail in the following sections.
In terms of shape, Aluminum Tubing can be divided into square tubes, round tubes, corrugated tubes, and profiled tubes. Besides, it can be divided into Aluminum Seamless Pip, usually kneaded tubes, and Cold Drawn Aluminium with a high degree of flexibility.
Furthermore, it can be divided by precision into ordinary Aluminum Machining Parts and fine Aluminum Tube Profiles. Finally, it can be divided into ordinary Aluminium tubes and thin-walled aluminium according to tubes thickness
Different types of Aluminium tubes correspond to different aluminium contents, so it is important to buy the corresponding specification according to the actual use before buying.