After oxygen and silicon, aluminum is the third most common element in the earth’s crust, and the most frequently occurring metal. In the aviation and aerospace sector, it has long become indispensable, but it has also become increasingly important in the automotive industry. The strength levels achieved in alloys with magnesium, silicon and other metals are hardly inferior at all to those of steel. At the same time, appreciable weight savings are achieved.
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Overview aluminum alloys
Click on your desired alloy group to get more details:
|Aluminum alloys||Alloy designation|
|Alloy group 1000||EN AW 1050A - EN AW 1200A|
|Alloy group 2000||EN AW 2017A|
|Alloy group 3000||EN AW 3003 - EN AW 3105A|
|Alloy group 4000||EN AW 4016|
|Alloy group 5000||EN AW 5005A - EN AW 5754|
|Alloy group 6000||EN AW 6016 - EN AW 6181|
|Alloy group 7000||EN AW 7020 - EN AW 7075|