Welcome Alloy 6060

Alloy 6060 has a strength slightly lower than 6005A. It has very good weldability and very good plus corrosion resistance. This alloy is commonly used for complex cross sections and also has a very good anodizing response. Applications for alloy 6060: Interior sections, architectural sections, frame systems, fences, railings, ladder, furniture, office equipment, electronic modules.

Alloy Chemicial Composition Other Other Al.
Si Fe Cu Mn Mg Cr Zn Ti Each Total Min
6060 0.30 to 0.60 0.10 to 0.30 0.10 max 0.10 max 0.35 to 0.60 0.05 max 0.15 max 0.10 max 0.05 max 0.15 max Residual

 

Mechanical Properties

Alloy Temper Thickness Tensile Strength (MPA) Proof Stress (MPA) Elongation % Hardness
Over Up to Min Max Min Max Webster Rockwell E
6060 or 6063 T4 All Thickness 130 70 14 min 4 – 7 41 – 54
T5 All Thickness 150 110 8 min 8 min 55 min
T52 All Thickness 150 205 110 170 8 min 8- 11 55 – 70
T6 All Thickness 205 170 8 min 8 min 70 min

Welcome Alloy 6101

Aluminium / Aluminum 6101 alloy has good mechanical strength and high electrical conductivity.
The following datasheet will discuss in detail about Aluminium / Aluminum 6101 alloy.

Alloy Chemicial Composition Other Other Al.
Si Fe Cu Mn Mg Cr Zn Ti Each Total Min
6101 0.30 to 0.70 0.50 max 0.10 max 0.03 max 0.35 to 0.80 0.03 max 0.10 max 0.10 max 0.05 max 0.15 max Residual

 

Mechanical Properties

Alloy Temper Thickness Tensile Strength (MPA) Proof Stress (MPA) Elongation % Hardness
Over Up to Min Max Min Max Webster Rockwell E
6061 T4 All Thickness 180 110 16 min 8 min 62 min
T6 All Thickness 260 240 8 min 15 min 89 min

Welcome Alloy 6005A

Aluminium alloy 6005A is a medium strength alloy. It’s heat treatable with excellent corrosion resistance. Alloy 6005A can sometimes be used interchangeably with alloy 6061, 6005A though has better extrusion characteristics and a better mill surface finish. It is difficult to produce thin-wall or complicated extrusions in 6005. 6005A tube has very good bending properties.
Applications 6005 and 6005A can be used for furniture, ladders, bus profile structures and other profiles which need greater strength compare to what given by alloy 6063

Alloy Chemicial Composition Other Other Al.
Si Fe Cu Mn Mg Cr Zn Ti Each Total Min
6005A 0.50 to 0.90 0.35 max 0.30 max 0.06 to 0.25 0.40 to 0.70 0.06 to 0.25 0.20 max 0.10 max 0.05 max 0.15 max Residual

 

Mechanical Properties

Alloy Temper Thickness Tensile Strength (MPA) Proof Stress (MPA) Elongation % Hardness
Over Up to Min Max Min Max Webster Rockwell E
6005 or 6005A T4 All Thickness 170 100 16 min 8 min 54 min
T5 All Thickness 260 240 8 min 15 min 90 min
T6 All Thickness 260 240 8 min 15 min 90 min

Aluminium History

In the old days Greek, Romans, and Chinese used earthenware clays which contains aluminium for pottery. In 1761 De Morveau introduce the name “alumine” for this particular material. Then in 1808 Sir Humphry Davy succeed in introducing the existence of this metal. In 1825 a physicist and chemist from Denmark, Henry Christian Oersted succeed in synthesizing pure aluminium. In 1827 Freidrich Wohler managed to achieve what Oersted do in synthesizing pure aluminium but with different method. From this point aluminium started to be used for commercial purpose. During its early period, aluminium was worth more than gold as it’s hard to synthsize pure aluminium. It continues until in 1886, two young scientist Charles Heroult and Martin Hall succeeded to obtain aluminium from aluminium oxides (alumina). The name of this process was called Hall-Heroult. This is the turning point which allowed the aluminium to be mass produced with affordable cost and used across different kind of industries as we know today

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