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Process Performance and Advantages of Aluminum Alloy Cookware
The process performance of aluminum-manganese alloy circles in the manufacture of cookware, we will examine the aspects of forgeability, machinability, rust and corrosion resistance, quenching deformation cracking tendency insensitivity, grindability, shrinkage, hot cracking, and air tightness. The forgability of aluminum-manganese alloy also refers to the extension property of aluminum. It can directly draw two times in the drawing process of the cookware to directly show the special characteristics of aluminum metal in forgeability.
Machinability and grindability illustrate the advantages of aluminum-manganese alloys in the manufacture of cookware from two different processing methods. Through continuous shear and grinding, become uniform, smooth surface, no drawing, pad printing, scratch and so on. The cooking utensils thus obtained naturally reflect the excellent workmanship and aesthetic feeling.
Anti-rust and anti-corrosion properties are due to the addition of manganese alloy elements to aluminum metal. The cookware products have excellent anti-rust properties, and have good formability, weldability and corrosion resistance.
The shrinkage of alloy plays a decisive role in the quality of cooking utensils. It affects the formation of cracks and changes in size. Cookers may not be available for sale because they do not fit in size. Aluminum-manganese alloy molding ability, moderate hardness, can stabilize their size changes.
Aluminum-manganese alloy does not produce cracks in the manufacture of cookware, mainly because its shrinkage stress is far beyond the bonding force between metal grains, and each surface maintains a remarkable metallic luster.
The composition properties of the aluminum-manganese alloy directly affect the gas-tight process performance of the alloy. If the initial solidification range of the alloy is smaller, the smaller the tendency of looseness between the molecules, and the smaller the pores capable of maintaining gas evolution, the higher the degree of airtightness of the alloy.
It is precisely because the aluminum-manganese alloy circle can fuse the characteristics of the elements in the alloy in the manufacture of the cookware to achieve better process performance, so that the aluminum circle can be the best choice for the manufacture of the cookware in many metal materials.