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, EN 755
|6xxx: 6005, 6060, 6061, 6063, 6463||T4, T5, T6|
Comparison of Alloy Designations for Aluminum Products
|Alloy Series||Chinese Standard||American Standard||European Standard|
|T4||Solution heat-treated and naturally aged|
|T5||Cooled from an elevated temperature shaping process and then artificially aged|
|T6||Solution heat-treated and then artificially aged|
|Circumscribing Circle||< 400mm|
- Production Process: Extruded
- Form: Usually special shapes, or as per confirmed drawings
- Surface Finish: Mill Finish, Anodized
Aluminum alloy industrial profiles are high strength along with high corrosion resistance, making the best choice for infrastructure, construction, transportation and light railway track projects. 6000 series aluminum alloy industrial profiles are known for their high flexibility.
|Construction||Aluminum windows/ doors, aluminum double glass sliding windows, colored windows, high rise windows, curtain wall, aluminum railing, aluminum balustrades|
|Transportation||Bumper, door beam, space frame, light railway track|
Chemical Composition conforms to Chinese, American and European standard specification