|Alloy:||1050 1060 1100 3003||Temper:||O, H22, H14, H16|
|Packing:||In Seaworthy Wooden Pallet Or Case|
aluminium sheet coil
1050 / 1060 / 1100 / 3003 Hot Rolled Aluminium Circle For Cookware
1. Aluminum Circle for Cookware
2. Deep drawing used
3. Flat mill finishing suface
4. Wooden case or pallet package
Alloy: 1050, 1060, 1070, 1100, 3003
Temper: O, H22, H14, H16
1) Product Specifications:
|Aluminum Circle||1050 1060 3003||96.95-99.70%||O,H12,H14||0.5-6.0mm||20-980mm|
1*** non alloy, 3**** is alloy
2) Chemical Composition (%):
Aluminum cirlce is used for Pan, Pot, Boiler and other cookware application. They can be also used for road sign, name plate and others.
We could supply aluminium circle, aluminum disk, aluminium disc, aluminum cricle plate, aluminum circle sheet, with high quality both in CC and DC.
THICKNESS IS THE KEY TO QUALITY
Aluminum is the most common material for cookware, as it is an excellent conductor of heat and is inexpensive compared to copper or stainless steel. Although features such as the lid, handle and finish are important, thickness is the key element of quality. The thicker the pan, the better the heat dispersion, which reduces the chance of "hot spots" occurring. Remember, since an aluminum pan is all aluminum, heat spreads evenly over the total surface, including the side walls. Traditional stainless steel pans spread heat evenly only on the copper or aluminum base.
PLAIN ALUMINUM—THE GOOD AND THE BAD
When it comes to quality in plain aluminum pans, it is a story of the "very good" or "very bad." Tour your favourite restaurant's kitchen and you will see primarily plain aluminum pans, especially huge stockpots. Why? Performance. Thick gauge pans needed for rugged commercial use are less expensive to manufacture in aluminum than stainless steel or copper. However, due to aluminum's low cost, it is also perfect for the "very bad" thin-gauge cookware. Most stores do not carry plain aluminum pans.
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