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What is aluminum alloy
The aluminum alloy is the combination of pure aluminum and other metal composition, mostly including iron, silicon, copper, magnesium, manganese, and zinc, all of which are added to enhance the property of pure aluminum. The aluminum alloy could be formed into plate, sheet, and extrusion for different purposes of application. The aluminum alloy varies from 1000 series to 7000 series.
1000 series alloy
The 1000 series aluminum alloy is with over 99% purity of aluminum, characterized by high thermal and electrical conductivity, low mechanical properties, and excellent weldability
2000 series alloy
Copper is the principle element in the 2000 series aluminum alloy, which could give it strength, hardness, and machinability. At the same time, this alloy is heat treatable.
3000 series alloy
The 3000 series aluminum alloy is very soft so it is with very good formability. It is also characterized by its high corrosion resistance and weldability.
5000 series alloy
While the 5000 series aluminum alloy is with medium-high strength but is corrosion-resistant even it is used in marine applications. It is also weldable.
6000 series alloy
The 6000 series can be widely used in various industries due to its moderate strength, good formability and corrosion resistance.
7000 series alloy
The 7000 series is with high strength and hardness, and it is weldable and could automatically be aging in the air after welding.
Optional grades of aluminum alloy to fit your application
We take pride in offering you a wide variety of grades and alloys for different applications. Choose from our selection of grades and find the perfect type for your property. With our expertise in the highly complex science of metal alloys, we can make sure you get what you need for a successful project.