Thin Aluminum Foil

How thin Aluminum Foil (Used for packing food items) are made?

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Navneet Saini

  • Sep 20th, 2012

It is by rolling the aluminium in between the rollers so as to obtain thin sheets of Al

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Mallayya S M

  • Oct 12th, 2012

Yes its used in material or any food packaging because its have a property of less corrosive and light weight .

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Arun kumar

  • Oct 27th, 2014

yes..Al is a very less corrosive and lighter it vry good for use in food packing..

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  • Jan 23rd, 2015

max thickness of foil should not exceed more than 1.5 mm

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  • Feb 9th, 2015

Aluminim is initially melt and mixed up along with other components for viable properties and it is then carried out in a ladle to continuous casting plant where mould has been prepared. through this moulds, the thin aluminium sheets come out which is water cooled and stringed to an idler which rolls and pull the sheets of minimum thickness

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