Some of the aluminum consumption in the industry

A soft, lightweight aluminum foil that has a frosted silver finish. When exposed to the air, a thin layer of aluminum oxide is formed on its surface.
The name Aluminum is taken from the ancient alum name (potassium aluminum sulfate). Aluminum is non-toxic, non-magnetic and non-flammable, and is not radioactive.
Aluminum is used in a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical, sanitary, thermal insulation, food products and automotive industries.

Thermal Insulation Industries

Aluminum foil with a thickness of 7 to 300 microns with a minimum width of 25 mm. Can be used in thermal and humidity insulation, packaging, ventilation, home use, radiating, interior facade and …
Specifications:
– Incompatibility in vapor diffusion of light, gas, various rays and …
– Healthy and neutral

– High quality prints on it

– Flexible and upright
– Non-toxic
– No Taste and Odor
– Resistance to corrosion and chemicals
– In accordance with the global standard

hygiene industry

Aluminum foil with a thickness of 20 to 50 microns and laminated with extruded polyethylene. Can be used as a door for all kinds of worms, various types of insecticide pills, toothpaste oils and …
Specifications:
– Incompatibility in vapor diffusion of light, gas, various rays and …
– Healthy and neutral
– High quality prints on it
– Flexible and upright
– Non-toxic
– No Taste and Odor
– Resistance to corrosion and chemicals
– In accordance with the global standard
Food industry

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