Aluminum alloy is soft and usually alloyed with copper, zinc, magnesium, silicon, manganese and lithium to increase strength. When aluminum alloy is exposed to air, an anti-oxidant coating will be formed instantly to protect products. Aluminum alloy is one of the lightest metals. The application of products ranges from precision technology to daily commodities.
Standard Specification: GB/T 6892, ASTM B221, EN754, EN 755
|5xxx: 5083||O, H112|
|6xxx: 6005, 6060, 6061, 6063, 6082,6463||T5, T6, T66|
Comparison of Alloy Designations for Aluminum Products
|Alloy Series||Chinese Standard||American Standard||European Standard|
|5xxx Series||5083||5083||EN AW-5083|
|H112||Slightly strain harden from working at an elevated temperature or from limited amount of cold work|
|T5||Cooled from an elevated temperature shaping process and then artificially aged|
|T6||Solution heat-treated and then artificially aged|
|T66||Solution heat-treated and then artificially aged - mechanical property level higher than T6 achieved through special control of the process (6000 series alloys)|
Aluminum angles are used in numerous industrial applications, including scaffolding, shipbuilding, transmission towers and furniture applications.
- Production Process: Extruded
- Form & Image: Equal Angle, Unequal Angle
- Surface Finish: Mill Finish, unless otherwise specified
- Surface Protection: Paper interleaved