A high strength 4 to 5% Copper alloy produced in extruded bar and profile form, in the fully heat-treated condition (solution heat-treated & artificially aged).Normally stocked in the T6511 condition (stress relieved by controlled stretching) Except for sizes under 10mm diameter and over 203.2mm diameter. (T6 only). Over 203.mm diameter is manufactured to chemical composition Only.Machinability of aluminium alloy 2014A is very good.Typical applications of aluminum alloy 2014A are high strength componenets especially for use in the aerospace and defence industries.Temper Types
This datasheet relates to temper T6511. The most common temper for aluminium alloy 2014A are:
Round Bar is stocked in the range 1/2inch to 10inch diameter.
Plate is stokced in thicknesses 1/2inch to 4 inch.
Resistance to atmospheric attack:
Poor, especially when exposed to water or salt
To protect against atmospheric corrosion
in storage, lightly coat with Lanolin based protective
For further information, please contact Sales DeptWeldability
Brazing & Soldering - Not recommended
Oxygen - Not recommended
Inert Gas - Not recommended
Resistance, Spot, Beam - ExcellentSurface Treatment
- Protective - Fair
- Bright - Unsuitable
- Hard - Good
- Colour - Fair (Dark colour only)
- Very Good
Aluminium Alloy Plates 6082(T651) is manufactured under the following sizes and specifications. Also the material shall be supplied correctly as per your required size and specification, your detailed technical data/drawing for those items with valued enquires.
Alloy 6082 is available from 6mm to 200mm.
Aluminium alloy 6082 is a medium strength alloy with excellent corrosion resistance. It has the highest strength of the 6000 series alloys. Alloy 6082 is known as a structural alloy. In plate form, Aluminium alloy 6082 is the alloy most commonly used for machining. As a relatively new alloy, the higher strength of Aluminium alloy 6082 has seen it replace 6061 in many applications. The addition of a large amount of manganese controls the grain structure which in turn results in a stronger alloy. In the T6 and T651 temper, Aluminium alloy 6082 machines well and produce tight coils of swarf when chip breakers are used.
Aluminium alloy 6082 is typically used in High stress applications, Trusses, Bridges, Cranes, Transport applications, Ore skips, Beer barrels and Milk churns.
Aluminium Alloy Sheet 5052 is made to internationally recognized standards such as AA, EN and JIS and is made available to the client at reasonable market price.
Aluminium Alloy Plates 5052 is available from 10mm to 200mm or available size
Aluminium Alloy Plates 5052 is one of the higher strength non-heat-treatable alloys. It has a high fatigue strength and excellent corrosion resistance, particularly in marine atmospheres. The formability of the grade is excellent and in the annealed condition it offers higher strengths than 1100 or 3003 grades. One of the most popular alloys.
Aluminium Alloy Plates 5052 is often used in high strength sheet metal work, marine components, appliances, fuel and oil tubing, signs, trucks bodies and electrical cabinets.
Aluminium alloy 5251 is a medium strength alloy possessing good ductility and therefore good formability. Alloy 5251 is known for work hardening rapidly and is readily weldable. It also possesses high corrosion resistance particularly in marine environments.
5251 is typically used in:
~ Panelling and pressings
~ Marine structures
~ Aircraft parts
~ Vehicle panels
~ Furniture tubing
Mechanical Properties shown are for H24 condition - Mechanical properties for other tempers are shown on page 2.
Alloy 5251 also confirms to:
Al 2.0Mg 0.3Mn
The most common tempers for 5252 aluminium are:
Aluminium Alloy Plates 1050 '0' (Soft) is a popular grade of aluminium for general sheet metal work where moderate strength is required.
Aluminium Alloy Plates 1050 '0' (Soft) is known for its excellent corrosion resistance, high ductility and highly reflective finish.
Applications - Aluminium Alloy Plates 1050 '0' (Soft) is typically used for:
Chemical process plant equipment
Food industry containers
Aluminium Alloy Plates 1050 '0' (Soft) also corresponds to the following standard designations and specifications:
The most common tempers for 1050 aluminium are:
Plain plates with a PVC coating on one side
Stucco plates with a PVC coating on one side
When welding 1050 to itself or an alloy from the same subgroup the recommended filler wire is 1100. For welding to alloys 5083 and 5086 or alloys from the 7XXX series, the recommend wire is 5356. For other alloys use 4043 filler wire.
Aluminium 5083 is known for exceptional performance in extreme environments. 5083 is highly resistant to attack by both seawater and industrial chemical environments.
Alloy 5083 also retains exceptional strength after welding. It has the highest strength of the non-heat treatable alloys but is not recommended for use in temperatures in excess of 65°C.
Alloy 5083 is typically used in:
~ Rail cars
~ Vehicle bodies
~ Tip truck bodies
~ Mine skips and cages
~ Pressure vessels
Mechanical Properties shown are for H32 temper
Alloy 5083 also confirms to:
Al Mg4.5 Mn0.7
The most common tempers for 5083 aluminium are:
When welding 5083 to itself or another alloy from the same sub-group, the recommended filler metal is 5183. Other suitable fillers are 5356 and 5556.
|Chemical Composition of Aluminium Alloy 5083|
Table 1. Typical chemical composition for aluminium alloy 5083
|Properties of Aluminium Alloy 5083 Mechanical Properties of Aluminium Alloy 5083 |
Table 2. Typical mechanical properties for aluminium alloy 5083