Aluminum Wafer / Disc
Mill finish, Anodizing
Export wooden pallets, craft paper, anti-blushing agent.
Quality of material
Totally free film defects like white rust, roll marks, edge damage,
camber, dents, holes, break lines, scratches and free from coil
Manufacture Process of Aluminium Circles
Aluminium Ingot/Master AlloysMelting FurnaceHolding FurnaceD.C.
CasterSlabHot Rolling MillCold Rolling MillBlanking (punching into
the circle)Annealing Furnace (unwinding)Final
Why Choose Aluminium Circle/Disc to Make Cookware?
As for aluminium circle for cookware, it is vital to pay attention
to flowing properties, 1xxx and 3xxx series aluminium circle has
good tensile strength property, good formability, it is easy to
bend. Good corrosion resistance property can ensure cookware use a
long time. Furthermore, it requests the aluminium disc/circle has
good flatness, no oil stain, and no scratches on the surface.
What is the Price of Aluminium Circle/Disc?
In recent years, the use of aluminium circles/discs has increased.
The demand for aluminium circles/discs in the market is relatively
large. It is a kind of product obtained through deep processing of
aluminium plates, the surface is bright and beautiful, and it can
be shaped and do the surface treatment. So, it is not expensive.
The price of aluminium circles/discs has something to do with the
thickness. Generally speaking, circles of a common thickness
(between 1.0mm and 8.0mm) have similar prices under the condition
that they entail similar manufacturing processes. Such aluminium
circles/discs can be obtained through relatively simple processes.
Nevertheless, if the thickness surpasses 8mm, the price will go
higher because the circles have to go through hot rolling, which
involves raw material loss and application of extra equipment.
Therefore, it makes sense to think that aluminium circles/discs
price is related to thickness. In spite of this, there are
As said above, the price of an aluminium circle is also influenced
by its manufacturing process. Not all thin circles (thickness below
8.0mm) are produced through cold rolling, some entail hot rolling,
which increases their cost and eventually impacts their price.