Aluminium foil is made from an aluminium alloy containing 92% to 99% aluminium. Aluminum foil is available in a variety of widths and strengths and can be used in hundreds of applications. It is used in the manufacture of thermal insulation for the construction industry, fins for air conditioners, electrical coils for transformers, capacitors for radios and televisions, insulation for storage tanks, decorative products, and containers and packaging. The popularity of aluminum foil in so many applications is due to several major advantages, the most important of which is the abundance of raw materials required for its manufacture. Aluminum foil is inexpensive, durable, non-toxic, and oil-resistant. Additionally, it resists chemical attack and provides excellent electrical and non-magnetic shielding.
The 8000 series aluminum alloy is one of 3 new large cast aluminum alloys. The main alloying elements of 8000 series aluminum are metals such as Fe and Si. This aluminium grade is commonly used in the production of bottle caps and radiators. In the aluminum 8000 series, the most common aluminum grade is 8011 aluminum alloy. Aluminium Foil Raw Material 8011 can be processed into various aluminum sheet and coil, one of the most widely used products is aluminum foil.
Aluminium Foil Raw Material 8011 is also widely used in people's lives, such as aluminum foil containers is the best packaging solution on the market today. Foil containers not only keep food fresh, but also help protect it from bacteria. Aluminum's comprehensive barrier to light, gas and moisture is the main reason for its packaging solutions for food, beverage, pharmaceutical and technical applications. Due to its excellent barrier properties, food container aluminum can basically completely block gas and moisture under the premise that the thickness of the aluminum foil is sufficient.