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Product Summary of Aluminium (High Purity)
Despite aluminium being the second most abundant element on earth, it only gained prominence as an engineering material in the late 19th century. The majority of aluminium is used in the form of alloys, due to the beneficial effects that alloying elements can have on its properties. However, in more recent years techniques have been developed to produce higher purity versions for specific applications. This is particularly relevant in the semi-conductor industry where high purity aluminium is used in sputtering and thin films. Other applications include electrolytic capacitor foils, decorative use and electronic storage systems.
Characteristics of Aluminium (High Purity) include:
- Light weight
- Corrosion resistant
- Easily machined
- Good thermal and electrical conductivity
- Soft and malleable
Forms and Availability of Aluminium (High Purity)
Please find below a list of our standard stock dimensions. Of course, we are very often able to supply alternative dimensions.
Diameter: 1 - 100mm
Diameter: 10 - 20mm