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Aluminum
Al on the periodic table, atomic number 13, Aluminum is a soft, lightweight, silvery metal without any magnetic properties. It is the most common metallic element in the earth's core, comprising of roughly 8% of the core. Commercial production of aluminum began in the early 20th century....
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Aluminum production
Currently the world consumes about 100,000 tons of aluminum per day, which requires production of about 38 million tons of aluminum annually...
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Aluminum coating
The coating of aluminum profiles, whether anodize coating, powdered paint or liquid paint, not only provides a decorative finish to the aluminum profile, but it also scratch-resistant, provides protection from extreme weather and corrosion...
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Corrosion
Corrosion is a destructive chemical process for metals which occurs when metals contact with another material. The most common form of corrosion is caused by contact of a metal with oxygen...
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Aluminum alloys
Mixing one metallic element with another (or more) creates an alloy. The alloy holds different characteristics to that of the characteristics of each individual component of the alloy.
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Extrusion
Extrusion is a process in which raw material is taken and pushed or pulled through a die. On the other side, the same material is dispensed in its new desired shape and form.
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