What are the uses of aluminum?

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All the mentioned features make aluminum a suitable option for use in special conditions

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All the mentioned features make aluminum a suitable option for use in special conditions

Cans and packages
The use of Aluminum in the body and top and bottom of cans is the most important use of aluminum in this part of the industry, which makes up 90% of it.

Transportation industries
High resistance to low-weight aluminum causes it to be used in the construction of rotating parts of trains, which allows the train to carry more fuel and cargo.

Aluminum rails can be extended in a variety of magnetic rail systems.
Construction of freight and passenger carriages, locomotives, and subways mentioned.
Aluminum is an essential factor for weight loss. This weight loss has increased efficiency and less fuel consumption in the car.

Metallurgy
Aluminum, along with a small percentage of silica, forms zinc-resistant manganese, magnesium, copper, or lithium, alloys resistant to corrosion, and rust for packaging, containers, electrical goods, building materials, aerospace, and automobiles. Is used.

Building industry
The most important factors in this area are low weight, high ductility, high resistance to rust, low maintenance costs, long life, and no need to paint.

The low weight of aluminum reduces the cost of construction and reduces construction time.
China and the United States are the largest consumers of aluminum in construction.

Electrical industries
Aluminum has been used for the upper part of high-pressure transmission towers since the 1920s.
High strength compared to low weight, makes it possible to build tall and strong masts that reduce the price of the transmission system.

Machinery and equipment
This section includes agricultural industries, construction, and factory equipment.
These include irrigation pipes, ladders, scaffolding, fittings, and other hardware.

Other applications:

  • Air conditioners, refrigerators, and freezers, and washing machines make up a large part of the total demand for aluminum.
  • Refining and galvanizing steel
  • Aluminum is used to provide various types of insulation and as a good heat conductor in the preparation of kitchen utensils.
  • Aluminum is the second most conductive element after electric Copper and due to the creation of very strong electrical lines, it is used to provide high voltage transmission wires.
  • Bauxites are used in the preparation of Cement and fixed paint
  • Aluminum oxide powder in the form of bauxite mineral is used to prepare aluminum sulfate and sodium aluminate in water treatment.
  • Aluminum sulfate is also used in the paper and textile industries.
  • Aluminum alloys are widely used in commercial and military aircraft due to their high tensile strength due to their low weight.
  • Aluminum is often rust-resistant and can be used for a long time.
  • Although the electrical conductivity of this element is 60% copper, it is used in the transmission line industry due to its lightweight.
     
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