I doubt it as aluminum has a much lower melting point than steel.
Maybe if you can find a way to keep the heat from the metal. Fires can get a lot hotter than a few coals placed around a DO
For my firepan, i use pretty thin gauge sheet metal riveted to a steel skeleton. We usually start our ash bin using about 1/8" sand sprinkled over the bottom of our firepan, Each new fire uses the ashes and sand from prior burns to keep the base from melting or deforming. This separation so far hasnt destroyed or warped our pan
Btw i designed the sizing of the pan so the cooler drops into it. It also acts as a skidguard to keep my cooler from getting trashed if i miss my line. Much cheaper to fix a firepan than replace a $300 cooler