Alloy: 1050 1100 1145 1200 1235 3003 3005 8011 8079 8021
Temper: O. H18, H24.H14,H12,H16,H26,H22
Thickness: 0.006mm- 0.2mm
Core material: aluminum
Dimensions can be produced according to your specifications
Package:Eye to sky or eye to wall
1.Aluminum foil has the good elongation,anti-corrosion,texture soft.
2.Aluminum foil has good plasticity,so can be arbitrary cause various shapes container.
3.Aluminum foil is a kind of avirulent packaging material, it can direct wrap up food.
1.Aluminum foil is widly used in food,drinks,cigarettes,drugs, photographic plate,household products etc.,
2.Aluminium foil is usually used as packaging material; electrolytic capacitor material;buildings,vehicles,ships,houses.
3.Aluminium foil is used as insulation material. Also can be used as the gold and silver line decoration,wallpaper andall kinds of stationery printing and packaging trademark of light industrial produces, etc.
1. Food Preparation: Aluminum foil is “dual-ovenable” and can be used in both convection and fan-assisted ovens. A popular use of foil is to cover thinner sections of poultry and meat to prevent overcooking. The Henan Mintai also provides recommendations on limited uses of aluminum foil in microwave ovens.
2.Insulation: Aluminum foil is 88 percent reflective and is widely usedfor thermal insulation, heat exchanges and cable liners. Foil-backed building insulation not only reflects heat,aluminium sheet also provides a protective vapor barrier.
3.Electronics: Foil in electrical capacitors provides compact storage for electric charges.If the foil surface is reated,the oxide coating works as an insulator. Aluminum foil capacitors are commonly found in electrical equipment, including television sets and computers.
4. Geochemical Sampling: Aluminum foil is used by geochemists to protect rock samples. Foil provides a seal from organic solvents and does not taint the samples as they are transported from the field to the lab.
5.Art and Decoration: Anodizing aluminum foil creates an oxide layer on the aluminum surface that can accept colored dyes or metallic salts. Through this technique, aluminum is used to create inexpensive, brightly colored foils.