Aluminum alloy is the most common non-ferrous metal material in daily life. It is not only widely used in the field of navigation and aviation, but also most widely used in high-end industries. Such as aerospace, marine equipment, consumer electronics, casting molds, fixtures and other fields, are widely used. Among them, our daily production is closely related to the daily consumption of aluminum products for electronics and electrical appliances.

Aluminum has excellent electrical conductivity, so it is often used in high-speed motors. Aluminum has good thermal conductivity, so it is used in the manufacture of aluminum for electrical appliances such as heat exchangers, evaporators, heating appliances, cooking utensils, and automobile radiators. The application is also extremely extensive. Aluminum is non-electromagnetic, and this excellent feature has opened up a wealth of uses for electrical aluminum.

Aluminum has a density of about 1/3 of the density of steel and brass. Compared with other non-ferrous metals, the density is smaller. At the same time, aluminum alloys show superior corrosion resistance in most environments. Aluminum alloy products can be subjected to a variety of surface treatment methods, such as anodizing, mechanical polishing, chemical polishing, manual sanding and polishing, wire drawing, and sandblasting. More stable aluminum in the air.

At present, the common alloy grades of aluminum for electrical appliances and aluminum for electronics are 1060, 3003, 5052, 6061, 7075, etc., in some mechanical parts, automotive amplifier panels, power supply cases, mobile phone cases, motor housings, LED screen frames, lamp covers, Camera accessories, etc. are very common.