The aluminum sheet gauge refers to the thickness of the aluminum sheet, it is a kind of measurement unit. Because aluminum sheet has good corrosion resistance and electrical conductivity, it is widely used in industry, and the thickness specification is also an important factor. In general, the aluminum sheet gauge thickness can be divided into two types: common thickness and super thickness. The commonly used aluminum sheet thickness is generally between 0.3mm-500mm, and the range of ultra thickness aluminium sheet guage can reach more than 500mm, and the specific thickness depends on the requirements of the application.
In addition, the aluminum sheet gauge can also be classified according to commonly used aluminum sheet materials, such as aluminum alloy sheet, zinc alloy sheets, magnesium alloy sheets, etc. There may be some differences in the thickness specifications of each aluminum sheet alloy material. For example, the thickness of the aluminum alloy sheet is generally between 0.3mm-500mm, while the thickness of the zinc alloy sheet can reach more than 1000mm. In short, the thickness specification of aluminum sheet is a complicated topic, and the specific thickness should be determined according to the requirements of the application and the properties of the material.
At present, the thickness specifications of aluminum sheet commonly used in the market are: 0.3 mm, 0.6 mm, 0.7 mm, 1.0 mm, 1.8 mm, 2.0 mm, 2.8 mm, 3.0 mm, 6.0 mm, 7.0 mm, 9.0 mm, 12.0 mm, 14.0 mm , 18.0mm, 20.0mm, 25.0mm, 30.0mm, 40.0mm, 60.0mm and 70.0mm and 80.0mm and so on. The conversion chart of aluminum sheet gauge to aluminum sheet mm is:
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