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Aluminum Alloy

Our aluminum products we produced with compliance to ASTM and RoHS standard. Aluminum is a common material use for metalwork, able to form into various shape and profile.

Aluminum is one of the most widespread elements found on earth, and one of the most popular in metalwork. The following article will cover the different grades of aluminium available, their physical and mechanical properties, and some of their most common uses.

Aluminum alloy is created by mixing two or more types of metal to offer more desirable features such as greater strength or a higher melting temperature. Different grades of aluminum have different properties, and each has specific applications and uses. They are identified using four-digit numbers with the first number denoting the series of grade, indicating the primary alloying element.

Aluminum Grade:

Series 1000 / 1050 – Pure Aluminum
Series 2000 / 2024 – Copper Alloy
Series 3000 / 3003 – Manganese Alloy
Series 5000 / 5086 – Magnesium Alloy
Series 6000 / 6005 / 6061 / 6063 /6082 – Magnesium and Silicon Alloys
Series 7000 / 7075 – Zinc Alloys   

Profiles: Bar / Coil / Corrugated / Extrusion / Perforated / Sheet / Strip

Processes: Checker Plate / Corrugated / Perforated / Stucco Embossed

Aluminum Coil / Sheet / Strip

Finish: Mill Finish

Grade: AA 3003 / AA 5052 / AA 5083 / AA 6061

Temper: 0 / H12 / H14 / H16 / H18 / H19 / H22 / H24 / H26 / H32 / H34 / H36 / H38 / H39

Specification: 0.2mm – 6.0mm * Width: 12.0mm – 2400mm * Coil

Aluminum Corrugated Sheets

Finish: Mills Finish / Stucco Embossed / Kraft paper / lamination

Aluminum sheets could be widely applied to roofing and facade, as well as corrosion prevention and installation for tunnels and cans.

Stucco Embossed composited with craft paper or lamination could be more effective in corrosion prevention and thus could be used in petroleum, electric power, chemical industry and stadium construction.