Aluminum can is a disposable recyclable packaging container made of metallic aluminum. It is often used for the hermetic packaging of beverages and food products, but can also be used for the packaging of oils, chemicals and other liquids.
The most common aluminum cans used in life are beer and beverage cans and canned goods. Aluminum cans are also the largest single use of aluminum.
aluminum can body and end
A common alloy used for aluminum can body is 3104 H19 aluminum.
An aluminum can end, also known as an aluminum can lid, is a metal closure made of aluminum used to seal the opening of an aluminum can.
Aluminum, with its special mechanical and chemical properties, has become the material of choice for metal cans.
There are several reasons for using 3104 H19 as a can body material for aluminum cans.
In summary, the 3104 H19 aluminum alloy is well suited as a can material for aluminum cans because of its good formability, corrosion resistance, recyclability and cost effectiveness.
Aluminum cans require a certain amount of strength to seal the objects inside. For example, beer cans and carbonated beverage cans, where the liquid is rich in carbon dioxide, can exert a lot of pressure on the walls of the can.
The raw material for aluminum cans is manufactured by adding other metals such as magnesium or by annealing to increase strength.
5182 H48 aluminum, 5052 H48 aluminum, 5042 H48 aluminum, 3104 H48 aluminum alloys are chosen by can makers and used as raw materials for aluminum can end.
They are all aluminum alloy products in H48 state and all have the following common properties.
According to the above characteristics, different aluminum alloys should be used in different applications as the can material for aluminum cans.
Plastic movie and brown paper can be protected at customers’ need. Also timber case or timber pallet is adopted to shield products from harm for the duration of the delivery.
There are styles of packaging, which is eye to wall or eye to sky. Customers can choose either of them for their convenience.
There are 2 tons in one package, and loading 18-22 lots in 1×20′ container, and 20-24 tons in 1×40′ container.