Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys

Aluminium is a light metal; its density is approximately a third of the density of steel.Pure aluminium forms a thin oxide layer when it comes into contact with oxygen which results in a mat, dull appearance.By adding alloying agents, e.g. magnesium, silicon, copper and other metals, the mechanical properties can be changed, e.g. for improving the properties for drilling, turning and milling (AW-Al Cu4PbMgMn) or increasing the strength (e.g. for AW-Al Si1MgMn).

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Aluminium hexagon bars according EN 754 (drawn), EN 755 (extruded) or castings

AW-Al Cu4PbMgMn (Al Cu Mg Pb)

AW-2007 (3.1645)

Size (mm) kg/m   Size (mm) kg/m   Size (mm) kg/m
9 0,20   19 0,89   38 3,56
10 0,25   22 1,19   41 4,15
11 0,30   24 1,42   46 5,22
12 0,36   27 1,80   50 6,17
13 0,42   30 2,22   55 7,47
14 0,48   32 2,53   60 8,89
17 0,71   36 3,20
 
All weights are calculated theoretically and are without obligation.