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    Metalweb is a leading UK aluminium stockholder and aims to provide a 100% on-time delivery and quality product both for day-to-day requirements and long term contracts. They carry out four key...
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    A & C Metals is a locally owned full line metal service center. We have been servicing the needs of our customers from all over the Midwest since 1981. From maintenance to aerospace, from small...
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    Coast Aluminum & Architectural, Inc. is fully committed to our standard extrusion product line of alloys 6061 and 6063, carrying the widest selection and deepest inventories of sizes in our...
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    Precision Tube Company, located in North Wales, PA. has been successfully manufacturing Non Ferrous, Cold Drawn, Seamless Tubing since 1932. The Non Ferrous metal tube and pipes range in outside...
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    For the last 60 years, TRB has lead the way in the design and manufacture of lightweight panels and structures. TRB’s goal is to enable vehicles and structures to be more efficient by reducing...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys have high ductility and corrosion resistance. The aluminum 3003 alloy has moderate strength and good corrosion resistance. The strength of this alloy can be increased by cold working.
  • Article - 5 Oct 2012
    The objective of the scrap recycling industry is to separate unwanted and wanted material.
  • Article - 27 May 2008
    Aluminium alloy 5005 contains nominally 0.8% magnesium. It has medium strength, good weldability, and good corrosion resistance in marine atmospheres. It also has the low density and excellent thermal...
  • Article - 20 Jun 2016
    In comparison with X-ray technology, aluminum alloy sorting and chemical analysis can be performed comprehensively and rapidly using handheld laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS).
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys have strong corrosion resistance. They are sensitive to high temperatures ranging between 200 and 250°C (392 and 482°F), and can lose some of their strength.