Clients buy from aluminum vendors for the sheets known for significant thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance, low density, and non-toxicity. Aluminum’s physical and chemical aspects are similar to brass, titanium, steel, copper, zinc, and lead. Just like these metals, aluminum can be melted and shaped into high-performance steel plates for aviation needs. Because aluminum sheets can be easily cast and formed, it is often utilized for a variety of products including kitchen utensils, aircraft parts, metallic foils, cans, and window frames. Aluminum is known as the second most malleable metal as well as the sixth most ductile (when a solid material is able to stretch under tension). Due to its lack of strength, aluminum plates are often alloyed with other metals to make them stronger. Aluminum's versatility makes it great for many aerospace, military, shipbuilding, medical, defense, and commercial applications.