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Alu Coils Alu Slit Coil EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 F15 Mill Finish
Alu Coils Alu Slit Coil EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 F15 Mill Finish
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Alu Coils Coil EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 H14/H24 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
Alu Coils Coil EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 H14/H24 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
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Alu Coils Coil EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 H24 acc. to EN 515 Stucco
Alu Coils Coil EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 H24 acc. to EN 515 Stucco
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Alu Coils Coil EN AW-3003 (AlMn1Cu) 3.0517 H22 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
Alu Coils Coil EN AW-3003 (AlMn1Cu) 3.0517 H22 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
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Alu Coils Coil EN AW-3105 (AlMn0,5Mg0,5) 3.0505 H44 acc. to EN 515 Primer Painted
Alu Coils Coil EN AW-3105 (AlMn0,5Mg0,5) 3.0505 H44 acc. to EN 515 Primer Painted
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Alu Coils Coil EN AW-5049 (AlMg2Mn0,8) 3.3527 H22 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
Alu Coils Coil EN AW-5049 (AlMg2Mn0,8) 3.3527 H22 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
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Alu Coils Coil EN AW-5754 (AlMg3) 3.3535 H22 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
Alu Coils Coil EN AW-5754 (AlMg3) 3.3535 H22 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
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Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-2017A (AlCu4MgSi(A)) T451 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-2017A (AlCu4MgSi(A)) T451 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
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Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-5083 (AlMg4,5Mn) 3.3547 Band Sawn
Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-5083 (AlMg4,5Mn) 3.3547 Band Sawn
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Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-5083 (AlMg4,5Mn) 3.3547 H111 Mill Finish
Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-5083 (AlMg4,5Mn) 3.3547 H111 Mill Finish
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Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-5083 (AlMg4,5Mn) 3.3547 Milled
Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-5083 (AlMg4,5Mn) 3.3547 Milled
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Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-5754 (AlMg3) 3.3535 H111 Mill Finish
Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-5754 (AlMg3) 3.3535 H111 Mill Finish
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Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-6082 (AlMgSi1) 3.2315 T651 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-6082 (AlMgSi1) 3.2315 T651 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
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Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-7075 (AlZn5,5MgCu) 3.4365 T651 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
Aluminium Alu Plate EN AW-7075 (AlZn5,5MgCu) 3.4365 T651 acc. to EN 515 Mill Finish
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Aluminium Rolled 1/4 Hard
Aluminium Rolled 1/4 Hard
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Aluminium Sheet EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 Rolled Mill Finish Soft
Aluminium Sheet EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 Rolled Mill Finish Soft
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Aluminium Sheet EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 Rolled Stucco 1/2 Hard
Aluminium Sheet EN AW-1050 (Al99,5) 3.0255 Rolled Stucco 1/2 Hard
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Aluminium Sheet EN AW-1050 Rolled Mill Finish 1/2 Hard
Aluminium Sheet EN AW-1050 Rolled Mill Finish 1/2 Hard
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Aluminium Sheet EN AW-3105 (AlMn0,5Mg0,5) 3.0505 Rolled Painted 1/2 Hard
Aluminium Sheet EN AW-3105 (AlMn0,5Mg0,5) 3.0505 Rolled Painted 1/2 Hard
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Aluminium Sheet EN AW-5005 (AlMg1(B)) Rolled Anodised 10my Silver Colour 1/2 Hard
Aluminium Sheet EN AW-5005 (AlMg1(B)) Rolled Anodised 10my Silver Colour 1/2 Hard
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General information about aluminium sheets

The versatile nature of aluminium sheets, including its durability, corrosion-resistance and appealing aesthetic as well as the fact that it is easily manipulated make it suitable for a wide range of applications and industries.

The resistance of aluminium to corrosion is created by an oxide layer which forms on the sheets surface when exposed to surrounding elements such as air and water. The oxide layer protects the aluminium, thereby elongating its lifecycle. Aluminium sheets therefore require low to no maintenance. Additionally, aluminium sheets are fully recyclable making them a sustainable choice of product.

How are aluminium sheets manufactured?

Aluminium sheets are commonly shaped through hot and cold rolling processes. During rolling, aluminium raw material is passed through two reversing mill plates which continuously reduce material thickness. Typically, reshaping occurs in multiple cycles which are terminated when the desired thickness is achieved.

Generally hot-rolling processes are applied first. During hot-rolling, aluminium is heated to about 500 degrees Celsius. This way a lower amount of pressure is required when reshaping the soft material.

If desired, material thickness can then be further reduced by adding subsequent cold-rolling processes.

Which industries utilise aluminium sheets in their manufacture?

Bottom plate
The anti-slip characteristics and durability of corrugated aluminium make it particularly suitable for use as a bottom plate.

Automotive
Car manufacturing increasingly utilises aluminium for doors, bonnets and other body panels. Using aluminium as opposed to other materials helps with weight reduction, effectively making cars faster.

Cladding
Architects often incorporate aluminium cladding in their designs to provide buildings with an elegant and modern aesthetic. The longevity and corrosion resistance of aluminium are additional benefits.

Air conditioning
Due to fire safety regulations, the cladding of air ventilation systems (incl. ventilation ducts) must be manufactured from non-flammable materials such as Aluminium.

Packaging
Beverage packaging, in particular the bodies and ends of cans are manufactured from aluminium sheets.