ALUMINIUM SHEET STANDARD GRADES
EN AW-1050A: It contains 99,5% aluminum and is produced in a very soft temper, making it suitable for deep drawing applications. Mainly produced in thickness 0,5–6 mm.
EN AW-3005: A manganese alloy with a high corrosion resistance. The alloy has an average strength and is suitable for welding and bending.
EN AW-5005: It is good for machining and bending and has a high corrosion resistance and good for welding. The alloy is very suitable for decorative anodizing.
EN AW-5083: It is sea water resistant and has an average strength, high corrosion resistance and good for welding Medium for anodizing.
EN AW-5754: It is sea water resistant and has an average strength, high corrosion resistance and good for welding Medium for anodizing.
EN AW-6082: Has a high strength and a good corrosion resistance. The alloy is good for welding, and you can anodize it.
EN AW-7075: Is a short-chipped alloy with a very high strength. The alloy has a low corrosion resistance and a low welding- and anodizing level.
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