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Insulation and Cable wrap
Whether the insulation task involves heat, light, sound, moisture or gases, aluminium foil is a high performance material. Its highly reflective surface has, forexample, earned it an indispensable place in the insulation of domestic, commercial and industrial buildings. In ducting and pipework too, where the suppression of heat loss or gain is essential, alufoil’s reflective (up to 98% of light and infrared heat) and barrier properties make it the material of choice.

The versatility of aluminium foil – easy to laminate, to shape and to coat with a protective lacquer – takes into a great variety of situations. Its insulation role extends into fire protection. In ‘fire walls’ for vehicles and ships, for fire-resistant doors and building panels, aluminium foil with its melting point of around 660 °C and its heat conductivity dissipates heat and stops access to the oxygen required to support flames.
In electrical cables, aluminium foil is an essential component providing long-term protection. It also insulates against magnetic and radio frequency emissions. Used in fibre-optic cables,aluminium foil acts as a ‘tracer’ to enable testing of the integrity of cable links.
Cable foil
Aluminium Strip
1)Alloy: AA1100,AA1050,AA1060,AA1145 ,AA3003,AA5052,AA8011
2)Thickness:0.15mm~5.00mm
3)Width:10mm~1200mm

Application:cable wrap
* Automotive
Its unique combination of properties makes alufoil an indispensable material in vehicle components- for ducting, energy absorption, noise attenuation, heat exchange, insulation and decorative trims.
An outstanding success recently is the total replacement of copper by aluminium foil in hea exchange components, such as engine coolers (or radiators) and vehicle air conditioning units*.
Used in hoses and tubes, alufoil helps to protect cables and electrical circuits from heat and contamination, to deliver warm or cool ventilation and reduce noise levels. In ‘honeycomb’ and composite tube forms, aluminium foil  plays an important role in vehicle safety.
As part of internal linings and vehicle ‘fire walls’ alufoil is used in insulation composites, adding only minimally to weight. It is also present in ‘sandwich construction’ under body heat shields on most cars and trucks as well as the engine bay environment, especially adjacent to exhausts, catalysts and DPF systems.

The metallic sheen of alufoil is commonly used in decorative trim for cars, buses and caravans. Changing designs and regulations have meant that this use has fluctuated over the years, but new embossing and laminating techniques are now prompting renewed interest.

* Honeycomb structures
Aluminium foil demonstrates some distinct properties when used in the construction of honeycomb cored panels and structures. Sandwiched between aluminium sheets, the layers of alufoil, joined together and expanded into an open-celled honeycomb format, provide an extremely strong yet light core. The resulting panel out-performs competitive materials in strength to weight ratio and lightness, also in terms of rigidity and flatness under load.
The surfaces can be finished according to the needs of the application – aluminium alloys for aircraft components, metal tread plates for floor panels, marble or stone for interior décor, or external cladding, paint or plastics materials for displays or cabinet enclosures.
This material enables architects to lighten building structures and foundations, engineers to save weight in all types of transport – ships, planes, trucks and cars – due to the propertiesof the aluminium foil core materials.

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