JAHAN Tejarat.Co, Imports a full range of Aluminum foil, coil and sheet in several alloys to service a multitude of industries. The non-heat treatable alloys of 1xxx, 3xxx, and 5xxxx are all strengthened by various degrees of cold working, as denoted by the “H” tempers.
The heat treatable alloys of 2xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx and 8xxx are such that when subjected to thermal temperatures, they gain pronounced strengthening. Hence, tempers are indicated by “T”. These alloys are also inventoried in clad form to increase corrosion resistance. All of the aluminum alloys are available in the annealed condition or commonly referred to as “O”.
• Aerospace – 2024, 6013, 6061, 7075
• Construction – 3003, 5052, 6061
• Electrical and Chemical Applications – 1100
• General Machining Applications – 3003, 5052
Thicknesses from .012 through .190 are available for your immediate needs. JAHAN Tejarat.Co, can process to your special requirements and support traceability with complete Mill Test Reports (MTR) and the essential industry specifications.
When selecting the right alloy for a given application, it is important to consider the following properties:
• Corrosion resistant needs.
These needs often depend on the applications aluminum sheet is used for. Common industries that utilize aluminum sheet products include the automotive, medical, packaging, food service, and electronics. Some popular uses include chalkboards, circuit boards, sound dampening, shielding, heat exchanging, and insulation. They can also be used as gaskets or shims. No matter your intended uses or needs, though, we provide a thorough selection of aluminum products that will fit your application.
Quick Read of Aluminum
Lightweight, durable and infinitely recyclable, aluminum has become an essential element of daily life. As the sustainable material of choice, its applications span from everyday items like fuel-efficient vehicles, smart phones, zippers and foil to wiring the nation’s power grid, the apex of the Washington Monument and housing the International Space Station.
The impact of aluminum recycling on the environment has been profound. An amazing 75 percent of all aluminum ever produced is still in use. Recycled aluminum production requires only 8 percent of the energy and creates 8 percent of the emissions compared with primary production. As more companies look for energy-saving innovations in their products and manufacturing methods, the aluminum industry is poised for even greater success.
Aluminum is truly the metal of modern life.