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 rectangular tubes according EN 755 (extruded)

AW-Al SiMg (A) (Al Mg Si 0,5)

AW-6060 (3.3206)Condition T6 (solution annealed und artificially aged)manufacturing lengths approx. 6 m

Height (mm)   Width (mm)   Wall thickness (mm) kg/m   Height (mm)   Width (mm)   Wall thickness (mm) kg/m
20 x 10 x 2,0 0,28   80 x 20 x 2,0 1,04
25 x 15 x 2,0 0,39   80 x 40 x 3,0 1,85
25 x 20 x 2,0 0,44   80 x 40 x 4,0 2,42
30 x 20 x 2,0 0,50   80 x 50 x 4,0 2,64
34 x 20 x 3,0 0,78   80 x 60 x 4,0 2,85
40 x 15 x 2,0 0,55   100 x 20 x 2,0 1,25
40 x 20 x 2,0 0,60   100 x 30 x 3,0 2,01
40 x 20 x 3,0 0,87   100 x 40 x 4,0 2,85
40 x 30 x 3,0 1,04   100 x 50 x 4,0 3,07
40 x 30 x 4,0 1,34   100 x 50 x 5,0 3,78
50 x 20 x 2,0 0,71   100 x 60 x 4,0 3,28
50 x 20 x 4,0 1,34   100 x 80 x 3,0 2,82
50 x 30 x 3,0 1,20   120 x 20 x 2,0 1,47
50 x 40 x 2,5 1,15   120 x 40 x 4,0 3,28
50 x 40 x 4,0 1,77   120 x 50 x 4,0 3,50
60 x 20 x 2,0 0,82   150 x 40 x 4,0 3,93
60 x 40 x 2,5 1,28   150 x 50 x 4,0 4,15
60 x 40 x 4,0 1,99   200 x 50 x 4,0 5,23
60 x 50 x 3,0 1,68   200 x 100 x 4,0 6,31