Expanded Aluminium Foil

Product Overview

Qinghe is strong in supply expanded aluminum foil mesh which is also called aluminum foil expanded screen/ mesh, it can be stretched to diamond shape by machine and then overlying by multilayer. The material is available as coils, cut to size sheets and formed bespoke components.

Expanded aluminum foil is a unique material manufactured using expanding techniques and patented machinery. This highly efficient aluminum mesh has been proven to perform in a various range of applications. Amongst its uses, aluminum foil is layered into filter panels to capture dust and grease for both internal and external air filtration. The product offers a range of versatile features which have been adapted to suit a range of functional applications including heat spacers in the automotive industry, anti-explosive products and components for grease air and oil filtration.

Aluminum foil mesh is normally multilayer pressed used for gas filtration, or multilayer pressed to shape for liquid filtration.  It is also used as explosion suppression safety foil, commonly used in fuel storage tanks for petrol and even aviation fuel at airports as well as helicopter landing pads. Extensive testing by the MOD has proven that storage tanks filled with both fuel and aluminum foils are able to withstand bullet and shrapnel penetration as well as direct combustion without actually blasting. A further advantage is minimum displacement of only 0.95% of volume filled.


Alluminum foil expanded metal mesh can be stretched and un-stretch.

Expanded Aluminium Foil Un-Stretched
Expanded Aluminium Foil Stretched

Packing & Loading

Paper pipe inside each roll, several rolls put in one crate, Other packing at request.

Expanded Aluminum Foil >> Material
– Aluminum Foil Grade 1060

– Aluminum Foil Grade 1100

– Aluminum Foil Grade 8810


– Light weight

– Minimum displacement

– Forms, shapes and presses easily

– Economical

– Validated for a diversity of uses

– Functional for air, grease, oil and dust filtration

Expanding the Metal and our Limits

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