Aluminum is widely used in electronic and electrical applications. Because of its excellent electrical conductivity, it is often used in high-torque motors; aluminum has good thermal conductivity, so it can be used to manufacture heat exchangers, evaporators, heating appliances, cooking utensils, radiators, etc. Aluminum has no electromagnetic properties, which is also a very prominent advantage in the field of electronic and electrical applications.
At present, the commonly used alloy grades of aluminum for electronic appliances are 1060, 3003, 5052, 6011, 6061, 6063, etc., such as air conditioner heat sinks, refrigerator freezers, mechanical parts, car power amplifier panels, power supply casings, mobile phone casings, motor casings, and cables. Troughs, computer accessories, photography accessories, etc. are all made of aluminum alloy products.