Air-conditioner Aluminium Foil

4.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)


  • 1xxx Series: 1100 1300 1030B
  • 3xxx Series: 3102
  • 8xxx Series: 8006

Thickness: 0.08mm – 0.25mm

Width: 200mm – 1000mm

Tube Core: 152 Iron, Paper / 200 Iron, Paper / 300 Paper

Standards: ASTM B209 / ASME SB209

SKU: ALU-AAAF Category:


Air-conditioner Aluminium Foil is a high-quality product designed specifically for use in air conditioning systems. Made from high-grade aluminum, this foil is strong, durable, and able to withstand the demands of modern air conditioning systems. The foil has a high resistance to corrosion, ensuring a long lifespan even in harsh environments. Additionally, it serves as an insulation material to prevent heat loss in the ducts and pipes of air conditioning systems.

It is easy to install and can be cut to fit any size or shape of air conditioning unit, making it a versatile choice for contractors and DIY enthusiasts alike. The foil is also highly efficient at heat transfer, allowing it to quickly and effectively cool the air passing through the air conditioning system.

Products Alloy No. Tube Core Thickness(mm) Width(mm)
Air-conditioner Aluminium Foil 1100 / 1300 / 1030B / 3102 / 8006 152 Iron, Paper / 200 Iron, Paper / 300 Paper 0.08 – 0.25 200 – 1000

WAA Air-conditioner Aluminium Foil

The Aluminium Foil has a wide range of applications in the air conditioning industry. It is commonly used as a lining material for air conditioning ducts, as well as for wrapping and insulating pipes and air conditioning units.

WAA’s Air-conditioner Aluminium Foil is a premium product that boasts several technological and product advantages. WAA has established a partnership with Gree Electric Appliances Inc. of Zhuhai (commonly known as Gree), a leading manufacturer of air conditioning systems.

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1 review for Air-conditioner Aluminium Foil

  1. 4 out of 5


    I am extremely satisfied with WAA’s customer service.

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