Alloy Data Sheets. Each aluminum alloy has unique welding properties. For example, different alloys have different abilities to carry heat across an arc by molten droplet transfer. Therefore, each alloy requires unique welding practices. AlcoTec has drawn on its years of welding aluminum experience to develop specific welding parameters for each alloy. Aluminium Alloy 3003 Technical Datasheet Dinco Trading LLCAluminium Alloy 3003 H14 Datasheet Aluminium Alloy 3003 is a medium strength alloy with very good resistance to atmospheric corrosion and very good weldability as well as good cold formability. It has better mechanical properties, especially at elevated temperatures than the 1000 series alloys.
QQ-A-250/30 T851 Plate. Commercial 2219. QQ-A-250/30 T851 Plate is an aerospace aluminium alloy developed for elevated temperature strength that has good weldability and resistance to stress corrosion. Aluminium Alloy ASTM & FED-QQ. Data Sheet:5083 - '0' - H111 Sheet and Plate Wilsons5083 - '0' - H111 Sheet and Plate. 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. Data Sheet:6061 - T6 Extrusions WilsonsAluminium alloy 6061 is a medium to high strength heat-treatable alloy with a strength higher than 6005A. It has very good corrosion resistance and very good weldability although reduced strength in the weld zone. It has medium fatigue strength. It has good cold formability in the temper T4, but limited formability in T6 temper.
Please refer to the datasheet entitled Aluminium Specifications. Note that for the purposes of tolerances the alloys are split into two groups: Group I 1000 series, 3000 series, 6000 series, 5005, 5051, 5251. Group II 2000 series, 7000 series, 5052, 5154, 5454, 5754, 5083, 5086. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET - ALUMINUM ALLOYSDry Aluminum alloy powder (NFPA 65) can be ignited by a match or small spark. Toxic metal fumes of aluminum, silicon, magnesium, copper, iron, nickel, zinc, titanium, and beryllium may be emitted. Mechanical Properties Data for Selected Aluminum AlloysAppendix 7:Mechanical Properties Data for Selected Aluminum Alloys / 399 Table A7.2 Plane-strain fracture toughness data for aluminum alloys at various test temperatures Room-temperature Fracture toughness, K 1cor K (J) at:Alloy and yield strength Specimen 24 C (75 F) 196 C (320 F) 253 C (423 F) 269 C (452 F) condition MPa ksi design
ER4047 Aluminum Welding & Brazing Wire. ER4943 Aluminum Welding Wire. ER5183 Aluminum Welding Wire. ER5356 Aluminum Welding Wire. ER4145 Aluminum Welding & Brazing Alloy. ER4643 Aluminum Welding Wire. ER4145 Aluminum Welding Wire. E4043 Aluminum 345 Electrode. Flux Cored Aluminum Brazing. Technical Datasheets for Aluminium Alloy - General Introduction to Aluminium and its alloys. An introductory guide to aluminium and aluminium alloys. R0HS - Aluminium. ROHS information on aluminium and aluminium alloys. Specifications. A guide to the specifications for aluminium and aluminium alloys. Temper Designations. A guide to the temper designations for aluminium and aluminium alloys.Technical Datasheets for Aluminium AlloyAluminium Alloy 6063A T4 for good surface finish and anodising; 6063A - T6 Extrusions Aluminium Alloy 6063A T6 for good surface finish and anodising; 6082 - '0' Sheet Aluminium alloy 6082 0 - The highest strength 6000 series alloy in the soft condition; 6082 - T4 Extrusions Aluminium alloy 6082 T4 - The highest strength 6000 series alloy; 6082 - T6 Extrusions