The aluminum strip has good electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity, and the electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity of aluminum are second only to silver, copper and gold. Aluminum wafers have a very wide range of applications in our lives, and now they have been developed and applied in aerospace, military and other fields. For example, various housings and protective covers for electronic appliances. We all know that the quality of aluminum is very light and its corrosion resistance is much stronger than other metals. These two points are also the characteristics of aluminum circles. Aluminum circles and aluminum alloys are often used industrially as forgings to cast forgings of various shapes and types. But how do you deal with aluminum circles that have been scrapped after use?
At present, aluminum metal ranks second in the world’s metal utilization, second only to steel, and has become the second largest metal in people’s applications. The general reason for its application is that aluminum has properties that are not found in other metals. It can be connected by a variety of methods, including welding by electric welding, electric resistance welding, etc., and bonding by mechanical means such as riveting and bolting.
Abandoned aluminum circles are also one of the causes of environmental pollution today. There are more and more aluminum wafer processing plants, but the disposal of discarded aluminum circles is not ideal. Do not discard discarded aluminum circle and aluminum products. We can recycle it and reduce our waste of resources. However, aluminum circle processing plants should also protect the environment while processing.