Aluminium Angle Bar
The advantages of aluminium alloy are lightweight, excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, high corrosion resistance and ductility.
Aluminium alloy is soft and usually alloyed with copper, zinc, magnesium, silicon, manganese and lithium to increase strength. When aluminium alloy is exposed to air, an anti-oxidant coating will be formed instantly to protect products. Aluminium alloy is one of the lightest metals. The application of products ranges from precision technology to daily commodities.
Product Specification and Size :
Standard Specification: GB/T 6892, ASTM B221, EN754, EN 755
|5xxx: 5083||O, H112|
|6xxx: 6005, 6060, 6061, 6063, 6082,6463||T5, T6, T66|
Alloy Designation (For Reference)
Comparison of Alloy Designations for Aluminium Products
|Chinese Standard||American Standard||European Standard|
Temper Designation (For Reference)
|H112||Slightly strain harden from working at an elevated temperature or from limited amount of cold work|
|T5||Cooled from an elevated temperature shaping process and then artificially aged|
|T6||Solution heat-treated and then artificially aged|
|T66||Solution heat-treated and then artificially aged – mechanical property level higher than T6 achieved through special control of the process (6000 series alloys)|
Available Size Range
Aluminium angles are used in numerous industrial applications, including scaffolding, shipbuilding, transmission towers and furniture applications.
– Production Process: Extruded
– Form & Image: Equal Angle, Unequal Angle
– Surface Finish: Mill Finish, unless otherwise specified
– Surface Protection: Paper interleaved