The thickness of aluminum sheets can range from very thin tens of microns to hundreds of millimeters, depending on different applications and needs. The following are some common aluminum sheet thickness ranges:
Ultra-thin aluminum plate: usually between tens of microns and hundreds of microns, mainly used in electronic products, displays, batteries and other fields.
Thin aluminum sheet: between a few hundred microns and a few millimeters, widely used, such as aircraft shells, automobile body panels, building materials, household items, etc.
Medium aluminum plate: the thickness ranges from a few millimeters to tens of millimeters, and is often used in the manufacture of large mechanical parts, ship components, and railway vehicles.
Thick aluminum plate: the thickness is more than tens of millimeters, which can be used for pressure vessels, ship decks, large structures, etc.
The thickness range of aluminum sheets may vary due to different national standards, production processes and specific uses. If you need an aluminum plate of a specific thickness, it is recommended to contact the supplier or manufacturer for more detailed and accurate information.