Aluminum circle for kitchenware offered by Haomei has good performance and low cost, the aluminum alloy cover 1050, 1060, 1070, 3003 and 5052. People often use aluminum circles for processing water rafts, pots and other kitchen cookware because of its good thermal conductivity, aluminum can be die-cast production, and automated batches are high. The temper of aluminum circle for cookware are O, H12 and H14, the thickness is 0.4-5mm, the circle diameter is 20-1200mm.
Aluminum alloy is a metal with excellent thermal conductivity, it does not rust and is resistant to many forms of corrosion. Aluminum circle for cookware is generally present in the form of stretching, die casting or anodizing. The stretched aluminum is formed by rotary stamping. Since this metal has soft property, it is generally made of magnesium, copper or bronze to form an aluminum alloy to increase strength. Stretched aluminum is widely used in baking sheets, juice boards, cake muffins, soup pots, steam pots, pasta pots and even woks. Die-casting(DC) aluminum circle tends to be thicker than stretching aluminum circle for kitchenware, making it more suitable for soup pots, Dutch pots and heavy baking trays. Because aluminum die-casting produces microscopically visible pores in the die-casting process, it has less thermally conductive than the stretched aluminum kitchenware.