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Aluminium powder

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Aluminium pigment powder

Aluminum powder is powdered aluminum. This was originally produced by mechanical means using a stamp mill to create flakes. Subsequently, a process of spraying molten aluminum to create a powder of droplets was developed by E. J. Hall in the 1920s. The resulting powder might then be processed further in a ball mill to flatten it into flakes for use as a coating or pigment. Aluminium powder is non toxic and is not harmful unless injected directly in a major blood vessel such as the aorta[citation needed]. Aluminum powder, if breathed in, it is not particularly harmful and will only cause minor irritation.[1] Melting point: 660 °C

 

 

Usage[edit]

  • cosmetic colorant[2]
  • pyrotechnic
  • in paints as metallic silver pigment
  • Fingerprint Powder
  • Rocket and missile Fuel
  • thermite

Depending on the usage, the powder is either coated or uncoated.

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References[edit]

  1. Jump up ^ Joseph R. Davies (1993), "Powder Metallurgy Processing", Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, ASM International, p. 275, ISBN 9780871704962 
  2. Jump up ^ http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/ingredient/700324/ALUMINUM_POWDER/

 




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