An aluminum alloy number in the 1xxx series means that 1050 is one of the purest alloys used for commercial purposes. Its aluminum composition is at 99.5% and it is the most electrically conductive alloy in its group. Other useful properties include corrosion resistance, lightweight, thermal conductivity, and smooth surface quality. This makes 1050 aluminum foil a crucial component used in a wide variety of industrial applications like transformer winding and food packaging.
Inquivix Technologies is the leading supplier of industrial-grade 1050 aluminum foil to secondary battery manufacturers who utilize it to produce their lithium-ion battery cathodes. Our foil can be made to customer specifications in the standard tempers, thickness, and width required through hot or cold rolling. All our foil products are carefully packaged to industry standards using a wooden pallet, and waterproof plastic covering to ensure it is delivered to our customers securely.
Aluminum 1050 Foil Applications
Secondary Battery Components
Dry-Type Transformer Winding
Material Properties Of 1050 Aluminum Alloy
Chemical Composition of Aluminum Alloy 1050
|Element||Percentage By Weight|
|Iron (Fe)||0 – 0.4%|
|Silicon (Si)||0 – 0.25%|
|Copper (Cu)||0 – 0.05%|
|Magnesium (Mg)||0 – 0.05%|
|Manganese (Mn)||0 – 0.05%|
|Zinc (Zn)||0 – 0.05%|
|Other||0 – 0.15%|
Technical Specifications of Aluminum 1050 Foil
|Width (mm)||100 – 1600|
|Thickness (mm)||0.014 – 0.2|
Other Aluminum Coil Alloys
3003 Aluminum Foil
1235 Aluminum Foil
1050 is an aluminum alloy that has a minimum aluminum composition of 99.5%. It is known for high conductivity both electrically and thermally. Aluminum 1050 is also one of the most affordable alloys, has good corrosion resistance, ductility is lightweight, and is great for sealing.
1050 aluminum foil is great for manufacturing lithium-ion battery cathodes, transformer winding, cable shielding, and a variety of packaging industry applications. 1050 aluminum foil could be manufactured to the thickness, tempering, and width required through hot or cold rolling processes.