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THE COMPANY WITH THE PROFILE IN FOCUS ......................................... 2 QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS . ........................................ 3 EASY WITH GREAT OPPORTUNITIES ......................................................... 4 ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ................................................................... 5 FROM CONCEPT TO FINISHED COMPONENT ........................................ 6-7 CUSTOMISED PROFILES . ......................................................................... 8-9 STANDARD PROFILES .......................................................................... 10-11 PLATES ......................................................................................................... 12 HIGH-TENSILE PLATES . ............................................................................. 13 CAST PLATES .............................................................................................. 14 RAMPS . ........................................................................................................ 15 PROCESSING AND FINISHING ................................................................... 16 WAREHOUSE AND PRODUCTION ............................................................. 17

"Alutrade - in our world, aluminium is finer than gold”

CUSTOMISED PROFILES . ..................................................................... 18-23 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................. 24-41 CUSTOMER CASES . ................................................................................... 42 GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS ............................................................. 43 CATALOGUE INFORMATION . ..................................................................... 44

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The company with the profile in focus Alutrade started in 1983 with the idea that there was a growing need for aluminium in Swedish industry. From this, our business idea developed - to find the most suitable supplier based on each unique need. Since the start, we have evolved from being a pure trader to a full partner with the ambition, ability and competence to contribute to the entire production process from product concept to finished component. Today we have the large Group's extensive resources combined with the agility of a family business!

PROFILES - MOTORCYCLE SHOCK ABSORBERS

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Our top priority is caring about you as a customer, which for us means that we have the ability and time to listen to each specific request. Maybe you, as a customer, already have some ideas about construction, design, etc. Together, we will discuss what is important to consider, such as area of use, technical features, functions, special surface requirements, packaging and delivery, etc.

PROFILES FOR GUARDRAILS - TURNING TORSO


Quality and environmental awareness Aluminium is the third most common element in the Earth's crust after oxygen and silicon and is thus one of the few metals where the availability of raw materials is largely unrestricted. The metal can also be found everywhere: in plants, the soil and our food. Aluminium is also easy to recycle! Remelting requires only 5% of the energy consumed for the production of primary aluminium. The result is that more than a quarter of total world production of aluminium consists of secondary aluminium, produced from scrap.

The environment is promoted in many ways by saving on energy. For instance, a vehicle made of aluminium uses a lot less petrol or diesel, compared with a vehicle made of steel. Naturally, we sort all our waste materials for recycling, thereby contributing to reduced environmental impact. We are ISO certified in accordance with ISO 9001:2000 and hold environmental diplomas.

"Nothing is left to chance. We recycle and constantly working to improve our environmental performance."

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From concept to finished component We are seeing a rising demand for customised profiles on the market. In our design department we develop customer-specific profiles with different quality requirements. We are present along the whole chain - from the beginning with a customer idea, the first sketch, development, reference samples, approval, and then the final output. There are no restrictions - we can supply large and small profiles. Nothing is impossible! In open and intense discussions with the client, we go through a number of key points to ensure that we develop a design that meets all requirements for function: • Function • Technical features • Application • Surface requirements • Form and design • Tolerances • Packaging and delivery

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Our MPS group has over 70 years experience in the field of profile technology and construction. Contact one of our contact persons for more information or to discuss your company's ideas!

"We love the challenge of a complex profile. We set no limits"


RED ANODISED PISTOL GRIP HIGH POWER AMPLIFIERS

PROFILES FOR A CATAMARAN

"We cut across diverse industries. From automotive to pharmaceutical industry"

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Easy with unlimited possibilities Aluminium is the metal that is most common in nature and is one of the few metals where the availability of raw materials is virtually unlimited. Alumina is produced from bauxite, which is named after the first discovery resort of Les Baux in France. Bauxite is mainly found in the subtropical belt. The formation of bauxite occurs when certain rock types, which contain aluminium, crumble. The mean concentration of aluminium in the Earth's crust is 8%, while bauxite has a maximum of 50-60%. Bauxite into transformed into alumina through a purification process. Aluminium is then extracted from alumina by fusion electrolysis. This means that you electrowin a solution of alumina in molten cryolite.

BAUXITE

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The process takes place in an electrolysis oven consisting of a steel vat lined with carbon. The temperature is about 950째C. The aluminium collects at the tank's bottom and is sucked up, while alumina is continuously supplied. Through electrolysis, you get a metal containing 99.5% aluminium. The aluminium produced from the mining of bauxite through alumina is called primary aluminium. The molten aluminium is then purified in a foundry, and it is also where you add alloying elements. The material is then produced as needed, for example for press bolt, wire rod, wire block or casting alloys. The press bolt is the starting material for extrusion. In order to meet different product requirements on characteristics, press bolt is produced in several different alloys and grades.


Environmentally friendly A very small part of the Earth's surface is used for aluminium production: about 16 square miles. Only 10% of the surface is rain forest, which is equivalent to 0.01 per thousand of the rainforests that are devastated. In places where the bauxite mined there are also laws that say how you should proceed to restore the land. Both animal and plant life is restored about 10-15 years after mining. Today, we use five times as much aluminium as compared to 50 years ago. Therefore, aluminium scrap an increasingly important raw material in the production. In the recycling process, only about 5% of the energy is needed compared to new construction. The quality is the same in terms of recycled aluminium and aluminium made from bauxite. The metal can be recycled over and over again. Energy consumption is also offset by savings through, among other lighter products with longer life and reduced maintenance needs. In the automotive industry the interest in aluminium is large and constantly growing. Not so strange if you look at all the benefits: • By replacing heavier materials with lighter ones, a fuel saving of 5-7% is achieved for each weight reduction of 10%. • Since 1990, the increased use of aluminium in vehicles has meant a saved consumption of 84 billion gallons of fuel. • Vehicles of aluminium can accelerate faster and require shorter stopping distances than heavier vehicles. • Compared to other metals used in car manufacturing, aluminium provides better stability and can also reduce noise and vibration.

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Customised profiles Precise tolerances, small profiles or even large, complex profiles? We can do it! Sometimes, the default profiles are not sufficient in a structure. Then you need a custom profile with the requirements of form and function. The need for customised profiles has increased substantially. In our design department we develop customerspecific profiles with different quality requirements.

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We can supply all the profiles that you can possibly make, big or small. Regardless of size and appearance, optimisation of the profile is central. Here we help our customers from concept to finished product. We set no limits! Contact one of our contact persons for more information or to discuss your company's ideas.


The link from idea to finished product

WE TAKE YOUR IDEAS ...

... AND MAKE IT INTO A KEY READY PROFILE

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Standard profiles In our new catalogue you will find no listings of available dimensions, why? The answer is simple - whatever the dimension or profile you are looking for - we should be able to offer it! Pick up the phone and give us a challenge! We have a wide range of standard profiles. The most common alloys are EN 6060/6063 and EN 6082. A large variety of sizes means that it is easier to find exactly what you are looking for, which can save a lot of time in processing so the right dimension can be selected. Unique dimensions are brought in from our suppliers in Europe and delivered in 1-2 weeks. If you do not find the size you are looking for, we can develop a tool. As the cost of tools is low, it pays for itself quickly for somewhat larger quantities. This results in a lower material price and shorter processing time. We are also able to provide processing and surface treatment of the material.

"Skip the call to 118 118 call us!"

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BARS HEXAGONAL BAR ROUND BAR FLAT BAR SQUARE BAR WIRE

400-100 mm Up to Ø 650 mm 8x3 mm up to 400x40 mm 5x5 mm up to 250x250 mm 0.2 - 12 mm (from 0.1 to 18 mm works)

TUBE Rolled tubes Welded tubes

30x4 mm to 365x22.5 mm Ø 8-76 mm. Material thickness from 0.6 to 3 mm Seamless tubes Contact us for dimensions Elbows 90°, 180°. Standard dimensions Round tubes 4x1 mm - 600x50 mm Rectangular tubes 18x12x1 - 300x120x4.5 mm Pneumatic tubes Contact us for dimensions Square tubes Contact us for dimensions Cast tubes Maximum length about 1200 mm. Drawn tubes 6-260 mm. Thickness from 0.35 to 20 mm

PROFILES L, U, T, I, H and Z profiles.

Contact us for dimensions


Range, standard Materials FLAT BAR

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 3-6 m

ROUND BAR

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 3-6 m

SQUARE BAR

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 3-6 m

We deliver everything from Dimension / mm 8x3 to 400x40

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 3-6 m

t b

d

L PROFILE, ASYMMETRICAL FLANGES

b

U PROFILE

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 5-6 m

ROUND TUBES

5x1 to 400x16

Rolled tubes

Alloy EN-AW 6063 T6 Lengths up to 12 m

4-100

SQUARE TUBES

nv

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 5-6 m

d t

30x4 to 365x25.5 d t

6X6X1 to 150x150x5 b b

b b

t

RECTANGULAR TUBES Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 5-6 m

15x10x2 to 230x100x3 h

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 5-6 m

10X10X15X2 to 86x40x40x3

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 5-6 m

4x4 up to 250x250

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 5-6 m

Z PROFILE

Alloy EN-AW 6063 T6 Lengths of 5-6 m

Ø 3 to Ø 650

L PROFILE, SYMMETRICAL 15X10X to 150x150x10 FLANGES

15X15X1.5 to 400x150x8/15

Alloys according to EN-AW Lengths of 5-6 m

b

HEXAGONAL BAR

T PROFILE

18x12x1till 300x120x4.5 h b

b

t

t

t

8X8X1 to 260x38x3

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Aluminium sheet ALUMINIUM SHEET At our warehouse in Växjö we have a range of sheet and plate, anodised sheet, checker plate five bar, oat grain and stucco. Other dimensions can usually be delivered in 1-2 weeks. It is also possible to deliver larger quantities from our extrusion plants with a delivery time of 3-8 weeks. We can also supply powder coated aluminium sheet, strips/coil, perforated sheet, marine alloy plate and ground plate. As for processing, we can cut or trim the plate to the exact dimension with precise tolerances. Also, we can supply rings and discs as desired. • We can provide sheet with foil on one or both sides. • Cutting or trimming is done to exact size with precise tolerances. • Rings and discs are made according to drawing. • Some dimensions can be supplied with a DNV certificate.

On www.aluminium.se, you will find more information about the sheets and plates, including technical information such as mechanical properties, dimensions and tolerances, etc. For more information about what dimensions we can offer, call us!

"Alutrade - heavy on light metals"

SHEET AND PLATE

Thickness from 0.3 to 650 mm. Also available with foil. Alloys according. to EN-AW

GROUND PLATE

Contact us for dimensions

MARINE ALLOY PLATE

Dimensions up to 8000x2500 mm

RINGS & DISCS

Outside diameter of up to 1500 mm. Thickness max 200 mm

POWDER COATED ALUMINIUM SHEET

Contact us for dimensions

CHECKER PLATE

Five bar, Oat grain and Stucco sheet. Alloys, see below.

STRIPS

Width 3-1600 mm, thickness 0.1 to 4 mm. Length up to 10 m

ANODISED SHEET

Thickness 1-5 mm. Natural with foil. Alloy EN-AW 5005 H14/H24

• Strips with the width 1000 mm can be supplied from stock in the thickness of 0.5-1.5 mm in alloy EN-AW 1050A. • Slit strips in thicknesses from 0.25 to 3.0 mm and in widths of 10-1600 mm can be supplied in both large and small quantities.

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CHECKER PLATE FIVE BAR Alloy EN AW5754 0/H111

CHECKER PLATE OAT GRAIN Alloy EN AW5754 0/H111

CHECKER PLATE STUCCO SHEET Alloy EN AW1050A H14


High-tensile plate PLATES A special manufacturing process for thick plates (<100 mm) generates a material with very high strength. Compared with alloy EN 7075 T6, the high strength plates have high strength to the core. Dimensional stability is very good and the hardness is uniform. The material has excellent machinability. We are also able to cut the material for rings and discs with precise tolerances. Face-milled plates with precise tolerances on thickness and flatness can be a big time savings in processing. With a special manufacturing process for thick plates (> 100 mm) a material with very high strength, excellent dimensional stability and a smooth hardness is obtained. High-tensile plate is an excellent alternative to steel in several applications, such as moulds for the plastics and rubber industries, machine components of various types, hydraulic blocks, jigs, fixtures, etc.

We can also cut the plates to the exact dimensions of your choice. PROPERTIES • Tensile strength 540-580 N/mm2 • Yield 0.2% 500-540 N/mm2 • Extremely smooth properties throughout the thickness • Lightweight • Excellent machinability • Hardness 165-175 HB even at the plate centre • Good thermal conductivity, 150-155 W / mK • Specific gravity 2.82 kg/m3

RINGS & DISCS

Outside diameter of up to 1500 mm. Thickness max 200 mm

HIGH-TENSILE PLATE

Thicknesses from 10-300 mm and in sizes up to 3000x1500 mm

FACE-MILLED PLATES

Thicknesses from 500-100 mm and available in sizes up to 3000x1500 mm

For thinner thicknesses below 100 mm, EN-AW 7075 T6 is supplied.

High-tensile plate is an excellent alternative to steel in several applications, such as moulds for the plastics and rubber industries, machine components of various types, hydraulic blocks, jigs, fixtures, etc. High-tensile plate can be found in the alloys: Alumec 89, Alumold, Alca Max, Hokotol, slander, AMP 8000 and Certal. Since these alloys cannot always be classified according to EN standard, they have trade names. The plates can be supplied in thicknesses from 10 mm to 300 mm and in sizes up to 3000x1500 mm.

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Cast plates

PLATES PLANCAST 5083

Cast plate is used when there are requirements for flatness and dimensional stability. The material is precision moulded and virtually free from tension and pores. It is lightweight, has precise flatness tolerance, no milling structures, high thermal conductivity and is very easy to machine. The material has low strength and depending on the chemical composition variably suitable for decorative anodising and welding. Corrosion resistance is generally less good. TECHNICAL INFORMATION • Tolerance, thickness ± 0.13 mm • tolerance, flatness 6-16 mm 0.38 mm> 16 mm 0.13 mm • Tensile strength 179 N/mm2 • Yield 0.2% 103 N/mm2 • Extension of 50 mm, 6.35 - 25.4 mm thickness 7%, 25.5 - 100 mm thickness 5% • Brinell hardness 65 HB • Specific gravity 2.80 kg/dm3 Cast plate is available in the alloys: Plancast 5083, Alca Plus, Alca 5, 6 Mic, ACP 5080, Toplate and Formadur. We can also cut the plates to the exact dimensions of your choice. Contact us for technical information!

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Plancast 5083 is a cast face-machined plate in the alloy 5083 which has similar characteristics with Alca 5 and rolled products. The plate has good anodising characteristics, even for decorative purposes. It is also be hard anodised. Plancast 5083 has high corrosion resistance, excellent dimensional stability and low porosity.

RINGS & DISCS

Outside diameter of up to 1500 mm. Thickness max 200 mm

MOULDED PLATES

Contact us for alloys.

FACE-MILLED PLATES

Thicknesses from 500-100 mm and available in sizes up to 3000x1500 mm. Plancast Plus.

PROPERTIES • Tension free • Lightweight • Precise flatness tolerance • No milling structures • Good machining • Good thermal conductivity • Versatility


Ramps

RAMPS Model

Length

Hook, type

Max load / ramp

Weight / ramp

Access ramp in aluminium stocked in several designs. The ramps have a wide range of uses and is suitable for trailers to driving up vehicles. The low weight of the ramps makes them very easy to handle.

UR 100

1720 mm

C

600 kg

8.0 kg

UR 635

1604 mm

B

600 kg

7.3 kg

UR 650

1885 mm

B

600 kg

8.3 kg

UR 655

1827 mm

A

600 kg

8.0 kg

There are three hooks as a standard to attach the access ramp to the trailer. The access ramp is made of floor profile 250x60 mm in alloy EN 6063 T6. The profile is perforated in order to obtain increased slip resistance and fluid drainage.

UR 672

2102 mm

B

500 kg

9.4 kg

UR 6501

1885 mm

B

600 kg

8.3 kg

In addition to our standard range of ramps, manufacture is made according to your specifications. If you have a specific need, such as higher load requirements, together we can develop a specially designed loading ramp.

A = SMALL HOOK

B = BIG HOOK

"Aluminium - white gold from Sm책land" A = SLIT TUBES

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Processing and surface treatment In addition to delivering standard and customised profiles, we can undertake virtually all the processing and surface treatment you require. This means that you have the opportunity to purchase a finished product. Our customers are demanding increasingly higher levels of processing. Our offer includes, among others, milling, turning and cutting. Other examples of processing methods are water and laser cutting that both minimise material waste. To strengthen the wear surfaces and increase corrosion resistance, or to simply have a better looking product, you often choose to surface finish the details. Examples of such methods is anodising and powder coating. We have the skills and knowledge to provide all forms of processing for best results. Ask us how we can process your details.

"Through our contacts we can offer all forms of processing and surface treatment"

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PROCESSING

SURFACE TREATMENT

• Heat treatment

• Anodising

• Water jet cutting

• Screen printing

• Tumbling

• Powder coating

• Welding

• Pad printing

• Turning • Punching & nibbling • Laser cutting • Cutting • Milling • CNC machining • Brushing & deburring • Drilling & threading • Bending


Warehouse and production We offer one of the largest and most comprehensive inventory programmes with a unique selection of alloys and dimensions. Our modern logistics department has a high capacity to deliver quickly and securely over 1000 items from stock within a week. We can, through a stock agreement, provide you with regular call-offs that provides an efficient and profitable production flow. You simply have more time to concentrate on your own activities.

Cutting profiles is a natural step in our manufacturing. Band saws are primarily intended for cutting of flat bars. We can handle sizes up to 450x450 mm. Our digital radial is designed for short-cutting and cutting of customised profiles. Our stock has high quality, reliable delivery, and knowledgeable and service-oriented personnel!

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Customised profiles Aluminium strip for plates

Alloy EN-AW 6063 T6. Length 5 m. 14

2.5

10

6.5

7.3

1.8

3

3.5

14 5.5

8 3.5

7.5

1.8

1.75

10

19.5 5.5

20

26.5

29

20

0.17 kg / m

No. 3885

8

N

No. 3321

18.5

N

0.12 kg / m

No. 3886

N

0.17 kg / m

No. 3257

N

20 20

20

21

40

3.5

0.17 kg / m

7

6

10.5

6

0.12 kg / m

2

N

1.2

No. 44 858

16

10.5 1.8

Sign profile 36479 N 0.46 kg/m 6.5

3

6.5

No. 3888 N 0.29 kg/m 1

1

6.5

3

6.5

No. 3544 N 0.25 kg/m 1

Note: N = stocked naturally anodised O = stocked untreated

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7

1

4

18 18

No. 3726 N 0.12 kg/m

18

No. 3727 N 0.20 kg/m

Runners for profile 3726 and 3727 No. 1253 PVC 6.0 x 2.0 mm.

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Picture frame 32100 N 0.17 kg/m

3.5

6.3

3.5

No. 5449 N 0.17 kg/m


Runner

Alloy EN-AW 6063 T6. Length 5 m. Naturally anodised 4

45

15

8

6

6

20

22

3.5

12

11

No. 25251

30

12

0.96 kg/m

No. 26161

0.29 kg/m

Black plastic strip

No. 44214

0.52 kg/m

Floor profiles

300

40

37

Alloy EN-AW 6063 T6. Length 6.5 m.

250

250

Floor profile 250x60 with or without holes 4.8 kg / m Hole size 40x20 mm, c / c holes 20 mm.

80

Floor profile 250x40 with or without holes 4.2 kg / m Hole size 40x20 mm, c / c holes 20 mm.

60

Floor profile 300x35 with or without holes 3.2 kg / m Hole size 35x10 mm, c / c holes 20 mm.

300

Floor profile 300x80 with or without holes 7.4 kg / m Hole size 30x10 mm, c / c holes 20 mm.

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Body profiles

3

0.10 kg / m

No. 3161

0.10 kg / m

No. 3254

30

0.13 kg / m

No. 3185

0.20 kg / m

No. 3115

30

0.22 kg / m

No. 3324

0.32 kg / m

20

No. GL-P-20

15

10

No. 4537

No. 3298 10.5

8 6.5

21

34

9

No. 3300

27

CPR 942

No. GL-A-30 RAND

CPR 943

40

12.5

11

Note: N = stocked naturally anodised.

0.12 kg / m

7.5

1.5 16

17.3

No. 3354

20

No. 5142 N

9

17.7

23.5

0.24 kg / m

14.5

20

No. 3154

51

18

5.2

No. 3325

26.5

11

30

11.5

14

23

13

2

3

5

No. 3195

5

16

40

25

25

22

19

5.5

3 5

5

3.5

4

4.5

Alloy EN-AW 6063-F/T6. Length 5 m.

No. 3086

CPR 941 N Cover strip of black plastic. Fits the CPR 941, 1037.

CPR 1037 N Plastic endcap in grey plastic. Fits the CPR 941, 1037.


Stair profiles

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31

32.5

Alloy EN-AW 6063 T6. Length 5 m.

110

250

185

1.47 kg/m

Stair profile 185/32.5

2.7 kg/m

Stair profile 250/32.5

3.16 kg/m

33

40

33

Stair profile 110

136

255

195

Notch board 136/33

2.11 kg/m

Notch board 195/50

2.36 kg/m

Notch board 255/40

3.12 kg/m

Note: Available naturally anodised according to order.

"Alutrade - your problem is our challenge"

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Profile system for advertising signs Alloy EN-AW 6063 T6. Length 6 m. No. 1

1.72 kg/m

No. 2

1.45 kg/m Angle profile

Screw slots for M6 20

Screw slots for M6

187

200

Profile No. 1 is used in the manufacture of single-or double-sided signs in combination with profile No. 2.

Profile No. 2 is an equilateral opening profile for use with profile No. 1. Fastening of plexiglass is done with angular profile 20 x 20 x 2 mm, profile No. 16 Facette alt. profile No. 17 Softline.

No. 3

No. 4

Plexiglass cover

Screw slots for M6

30

Screw slots for M6

1.16 kg/m

20

1.15 kg/m

110 120

Profile No. 3 is used for single-or double-sided signs with a plexiglass cover. The cover is secured with plastic plugs or self-tapping screws.

Profile No. 4 is used for single-sided signs with a plexiglass cover. The cover is secured in the same way as profile No. 3.

No. 5

No. 5a

1.40 kg/m

1.06 kg/m

20

16

Screw slots for M6

150

137

Profile No. 5 is an alternative to profile No 1. The width however is only 150 mm. For an opening profile, Profile No. 5 is opening profile for No. 5. Can also be combined with Facette and Softline. use profile No. 5a.

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No. 6

1.55 kg/m

No. 13

1.40 kg/m

0.30 kg/m

No. 17

0.25 kg/m

Profile No. 6 is used for large single-sided signs where you slide the screen No. 16

Angle Facette

Angle Softline

Sign Bracket T 90

Sign Bracket T 150

Usable for profile No. 1, 2 and 5.

Usable for profile No. 3, 5 and 13.

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Technical specifications Alloy translation

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EN AW Numerical

Sweden SS (old name)

U.S. AA

Germany DIN

W material no.

1050A

4007

1050A

Al99,5

3.0255

1070A 1200

4005 4010

1070A 1200

Al99,7 Al99

3.0275 30205

1350

4008

1350

E-Al

3.0257

2007 2011 2014 2017A 2024 2030

4335 4355 4338 4335

2007 2011 2014 2017A 2024 2030

AlCuMgPb AlCuBiPb AlCuSiMn AlCuMg1 AlCuMg2 AlCuMgPb

3.1645 3.1655 3.1255 3.1325 3.1355 -

3003 3103

4054

3003 3103

AlMnCu AlMn1

3.0517 3.0515

5005 5049 5052 5083 5086 5754

4106 4115 4120 4140 4125

5005 5049 5052 5083 5086 5754

AlMg1 AlMg2Mn0.8 AlMg2.5 AlMg4.5Mn AlMg4Mn AlMg3

3.3315 3.3523 3.3547 3.3545 3.3535

6005 6012 6262 6060 6061 6063 6082 6101B

4107 (4212-Pb) (4212-Pb) 4103 4104 4212 4102

6005 6012 6262 6060 6061 6063 6082 6101B

AlMgSi0.7 AlMgSiPb (AlMgSiPb) AlMgSi0.5 AlMg1SiCu AlMgSi0.5 AlMgSi1 E-AlMgSi0.5

3.3210 3.3206 3.3211 3.2315 3.3207

7020 7022 7075

4425 -

7020 7022 7075

AlZn4.5Mg1 AlZnMgCu0.5 AlZnMgCu1.5

3.4335 3.4345 3.4365


Technical specifications Alloy description EN AW

User areas

1050A

The most common alloy of aluminium sheet. Good corrosion resistance, formability and weldability. Has very large areas of use within industry.

2007

Equivalent to EN 2011. Provides somewhat longer chips but has 20% higher tensile strength, which is an advantage for requirements for stronger threads. Is a common alloy in the rest of Europe and is mostly used for hydraulic and pneumatic components.

2011

The best alloy for cutting, and has good strength values. Very short chips. Corrosion resistance is less good and welding cannot be recommended. This alloy is not suitable for decorative anodising, but anodising may still be appropriate to increase the longevity of wear surfaces and improve corrosion resistance.

2014

Suitable alloy for machining and with high strength values. A standard alloy in the defence and aerospace industry. Corrosion resistance is less good and welding cannot be recommended.

2024

This alloy is used primarily in the aerospace and defence industries.

5005

Alloy for decorative anodising of metal. Has approximately the same characteristics as EN 1050A, but with slightly higher strength. Used for cladding, signs, panels and appliance parts requiring high finish.

5083

Very good resistance to corrosion in marine environment and good strength. Somewhat better chip breaking than alloy EN 5754. A material with minimal tension and very good weldability. Used for boats, machine parts, fixtures and tools. Available in sheet thickness up to 500 mm.

5754

The alloy with high corrosion resistance and weldability, relatively good formability, machinability and strength. Suitable for marine environment. Common alloy in thicker plate for machine parts and in thinner plate where higher strength is required.

6005

Equivalent alloy to EN 6063 but with slightly higher strength, better machinability and with maintained surface finish after anodising.

6012 6262

With the addition of lead, these two short-chipped alloys have excellent properties for cutting. Corrosion resistance is good and both alloys are suitable for decorative anodising.

6063

The most common alloy for extruded profiles. Used for structures requiring good strength and surface finish. Suitable for profiles for windows, doors, interior parts and electronics chassis.

6082

A good alloy with higher demands on the strength and machinability. Occurs in both plate, rod and profiles. Used in load bearing structures and for machined parts requiring good surface finish after anodising. Built-in voltages can be present in rolled products.

7020

Suitable alloy for welded joints with demands for high strength are required. Welded structures should be protected against corrosion. The alloy also has good properties in metal cutting.

7022

Alloy with very good mechanical properties, high tensile strength and good machinability.

7075

One of the toughest and strongest aluminium alloys. Often used as a replacement for steel in the aviation industry and in the manufacture of tools. Very high strength, low weight and excellent chip breaking properties in metal cutting. The alloy has good dimensional stability and can be hard anodised.

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5 = excellent 4 = very good 3 = good 2 = less good 1 = poor

Technical specifications Typical properties EN AW

SS

Condition SS

Corrosion resistance

Formability

1050A

4007

-0 -H14 -H18

4 4 4

5 5 4

1 2 2

4 4 4

4* 4* 4*

5 5 5

2007 2011

4335 4355

2014

4338

2024

-

5005

4106

5083

4140

5754

4125

6005 6012 6262 6063

4107 -

T3/T4 T3 T8 T4 T6 T4 T6 -0 -H14 -H18 -0 -H22 -0 -H12 -H14 -H16 T6 T6/T8

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4

2 2 1 2 1 2 1 5 4 3 4 3 5 4 4 3 3 2

5 5 5 4 4 4 4 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 2

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5* 5* 5* 3 3 4* 4* 4* 4* 4 3

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

6082

4212

7020

4425

7022 7075

-

T4 T6 T4 T6 T4 T6 T6 T6

4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2

4 3 3 2 3 2 2 2

2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4

3 3 3 3 4 4 2 2

5 5 3 3 2 2 2 2

5 5 5 5 4 4 3 3

4104

Metal cutting

Weldability

Anodising Decorative

Protective anode.

* Not applicable to strip-cast sheet

26


Technical specifications

Chemical composition of alloys according to EN 573-3 1994 EN AW

Si

Fe

Cu

Mn

Mg

Cr

Zn

Ti

Bi

Pb

Note

1050A 1070A 1200 1350

0.25 0.20 1.00 Si + Fe 0.10

0.40 0.25 0.40

0.05 0.03 0.05 0.05

0.05 0.03 0.05 0.01

0.05 0.03 -

0.01

0.07 0.07 0.10 0.05

0.05 0.03 0.05 -

0.05

-

min Al99.5 min Al99.7 min Al99 min Al99.5

2007 2011 2014 2017A 2024 2030

0.80 0.40 0.50-1.20 0.20-0.80 0.50 0.80

0.80 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.50 0.70

3.30-4.60 5.00-6.00 3.90-5.00 3.50-4.50 3.80-4.90 3.30-4.50

0.50-1.00 0.40-1.20 0.40-1.00 0.30-0.90 0.20-1.00

0.40-1.80 0.20-0.80 0.40-1.00 1.20-1.80 0.50-1.30

0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10

0.80 0.30 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.50

0.20 0.15 0.15 0.20

0.20 0.20-0.60 0.20

0.80-1.50 0.20-0.60 0.80-1.50

1) 2) 3) 2) -

3003 3103

0.60 0.50

0.70 0.70

0.05-0.20 0.10

1.00-1.50 0.9-1.50

0.30

0.10

0.10 0.20

-

-

-

4)

5005 5049 5052 5083 5086 5754

0.30 0.40 0.25 0.40 0.40 0.40

0.70 0.50 0.40 0.40 0.50 0.40

0.20 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10

0.20 0.50-1.10 0.10 0.40-1.00 0.20-0.70 0.50

0.50-1.10 1.60-2.50 2.20-2.80 4.00-4.90 3.50-4.50 2.60-3.60

0.10 0.30 0.15-0.35 0.05-0.25 0.05-0.25 0.30

0.25 0.20 0.10 0.25 0.25 0.20

0.10 0.15 0.15 0.15

-

-

5)

6005 6012 6026 6262 6060 6061 6063 6082 6101B

0.60-0.90 0.60-1.40 0.6-1.4 0.40-0.80 0.30-0.60 0.40-0.80 0.20-0.60 0.70-1.30 0.30-0.60

0.35 0.50 ≤0.7 0.70 0.10-0.30 0.70 0.35 0.50 0.10-0.30

0.10 0.10 0.2-0.5 0.15-0.40 0.10 0.15-0.40 0.10 0.10 0.05

0.10 0.40-1.00 0.2-1.0 0.15 0.10 0.15 0.10 0.40-1.00 0.05

0.40-0.60 0.60-1.20 0.6-1.2 0.80-1.20 0.35-0.60 0.80-1.20 0.45-0.90 0.60-1.20 0.35-0.60

0.10 0.30 ≤0.3 0.04-0.14 0.05 0.04-0.35 0.10 0.25 -

0.10 0.30 ≤0.3 0.25 0.15 0.25 0.10 0.20 1.10

0.10 0.20 ≤0,2 0.15 0.10 0.15 0.10 0.10 -

0.70 0.5-1.5 0.40-0.70 -

0.40-2.00 ≤0.4 0.40-0.70 -

-

7020 7022 7075

0.35 0.50 0.40

0.40 0.50 0.50

0.20 0.50-1.00 1.20-2.00

0.05-0.50 0.10-0.40 0.30

1.00-1.40 2.60-3.70 2.10-2.90

0.10-0.35 0.10-0.30 0.18-0.28

4.00-5.00 4.30-5.20 5.10-6.10

0.20

-

-

6) 7) 8)

1) 0.20 Ni, 0.20 Sn 2) Zr + Ti limit maximum of 0.20 can be used for extruded products, if agreement has been reached between producer and buyer. 3) 0.25 Zr + Ti

4) 0.10 to 0.60 Mn + Cr 5) 0.10 to 0.60 Mn + Cr 6) 0.08 to 0.20 Zr, 0.08 to 0.25 Zr + Ti

7) 0.20 Zr + Ti 8) Zr + Ti limit maximum of 0.25 can be used for extruded products if agreement has been reached between producer and buyer.

27


Technical specifications Physical properties Alloy

Density

Melting range

EN AW

g / cm ³

°C

Specific heat capacity c J / (kg • °C)

Thermal conductivity λ W / (m • °C) 1)

Coefficient of linear expansion a per °C x 10-6

Resistivity

Shear modulus

Q20 n Ωm 1)

Modulus of elasticity E GPa.

G GPa.

Not heat treatable alloys 1050A 1070A 1200 1350 3003 3103 5005 5052 5083 5086 5754

2.70 2.70 2.71 2.70 2.73 2.73 2.70 2.68 2.66 2.64 2.68

645-658 645-658 645-657 645-658 640-655 640-655 630-655 605-650 580-640 590-640 595-645

921 901 900 901 895 895 901 903 903 903

229 230 223 230-234 158-190 158-190 201 138 117 120 132

23.5 23.5 23.4 23.5 23.1 23.1 23.3 23.8 23.8 23.8 23.7

28 28 29-30 27-28 34-43 34-43 33 50 60 58 53

69 69 69 69 70 69 69 70 71 70 70

26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26

2007 2011 2014 2017A 2024 2030 6005 6012 6026 6060 6061 6063 6082 6101B 6262 7020 7022 7075

2.85 2.84 2.80 2.78 2.79 2.85 2.70 2.75 2.72 2.70 2.70 2.70 2.71 2.70 2.72 2.78 2.78 2.81

510-640 540-645 505-640 510-640 500-640 510-640 605-655 580-650

865 870 870 877 898 901 899 901 897 901 877 866

23.5 23.0 22.7 23.6 23.1 23.5 23.4 23.1 23.4 23.4 23.3 23.5 23.1 23.5 23.4 23.3 23.5 23.5

57 38 43 51 57 57 35 39

610-655 580-650 615-655 575-648 590-650 580-650 605-645 480-640 475-635

140 172 155 134 121-151 140 189 172 172 200 166 201 172 218 172 136 134 134

73 73 73 72 73 73 70 70 69 69 70 69 70 70 70 72 72 72

28 28 28 28 28 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 27 27 27

Hardenable alloys

28

1)

The values vary with different hardness conditions. For heat treatable alloys the table values apply for condition -T6.

32 40 35 39 30 39 49 50 52


Technical specifications

Common condition designations according to EN 515 Condition

Properties

F

Manufacturer's license - no maximum mechanical properties are given.

O 02

Annealed - products that receive the specified annealed characteristics after hot working, may be classified as O-condition. Thermo-mechanically treated to increase malleability, as required for superplastic forming. (SPF)

H12 H14 H16 H18 H19 H111 H112 H114 H116

Hard processed- 1 / 4 hard. Hard processed- 1 / 2 hard. Hard processed- 3 / 4 hard. Hard processed- 4 / 4 hard. (Fully hard) Hard processed- especially hard. Annealed and lightly cold processed (less than H11) through subsequent operations such as stretching or flattening. Slightly hard-processed or hot-processed or after a limited cold working. (maximum mechanical properties are set) Refers to embossed or textured sheet or roll. Refers to aluminium-magnesium alloys with a magnesium content of 4% or higher and for which the limits of mechanical properties and surfacecorrosion resistance are determined. Hard processed and tempered - 1 / 4 hard. Hard processed and tempered - 1 / 2 hard. Hard processed and tempered - 3 / 4 hard. Hard processed and tempered - 4 / 4 hard. (fully hard) Hard processed and stabilised - 1 / 4 hard. Hard processed and stabilised - 1 / 2 hard. Hard processed and stabilised - 3 / 4 hard. Hard processed and stabilised - 4 / 4 hard. (fully hard) Solution treated. (unstable state) Solution treated, cold processed and quench aged. Solution treated, relaxation treated by stretching a specified level (remaining deformation 0,5% to 3% for the plate under 6 mm, 1.5% to 3% for the plate 6 mm and above, 1% to 3% for rolled or cold drawn bars, 1 % to 5% for free-or ring forging and rolled ring) and quench aged. The products receive no further direction after stretching. Solution treated, relaxation treated by stretching an indicated degree (permanent deformation 1% to 3% for extruded bar, profile and tube, 0.5% to 3% for drawn tubes) and quench aged. The products receive no further direction after stretching.

H22 H24 H26 H28 H32 H34 H36 H38 W T3 T351 T451 T3510 T4510 T4 T5 T6 T651 T6510 T7 T73 T8 T9

Solution treated and quench aged. Cooled from heat processing and then thermally aged. Solution treated and thermally aged. Solution treated, relaxation treated by stretching of a specified degree (remaining deformation 0,5% to 3% for the plate under 6 mm, 1.5% to 3% for the plate 6 mm and above, 1% to 3% for rolled or cold drawn bars, 1 % to 5% for free-or ring forging and rolled ring) and then termally aged. The products receive no further direction after stretching. Solution treated, relaxation treated by stretching a specified degree (permanent deformation 1% to 3% for extruded rod, profile and tube, 0.5% to 3% for drawn tubes) and then thermally aged. The products receive no further direction after stretching. Solution treated and over-aged. Solution treated and over-aged to provide the best tension corrosion strength. Solution treated, cold processed and thermally aged. Solution treated, thermally aged and then cold worked.

29


Technical specifications Mechanical properties - extruded products

SS EN 754-2 1997, drawn materials â&#x20AC;˘ SS EN 755-2 1997, extruded materials Alloy EN AW

2007 2030

Product

Condition

Drawn bar

T3

Extruded bar

T351 T3 T3510 T4, T4510

Extruded tube Extruded profile

T4, T4510 T4, T4510

Drawn bar

T3

Drawn tube

T8 T3

Drawn tube

2011

2014

Extruded bar

T8 T4 T6

Extruded tube

T6

Drawn bar, tube

T3 T351 T6 T651 T4, T4510

Extruded bar

1)

30

For information only

2)

Round bar D

Dimension (mm) Square bar2) S

<=30 30 <D<= 80 <=80

<=30 30<S<=80 <=80

<=80 80<D<=200 200<D<=250

<=80 80<S<=200 200<S<=250

<=40 40<D<=50 50<D<=80 <=80

<=40 40<S<=50 50<S<=80 <=80

<=200 <=75 75<D<=200

<=60 <=60 -

<=80 <=80 <=80 <=80 <=25 25<D<=75 75<D<=150 150<D<=200

<=80 <=80 <=80 <=80 <=25 25<S<=75 75<S<=150 150<S<=200

Also valid for hexagonal bar and the thickness of flat bar

Tensile Thickness of the product, strength Rm MPa tubes, profiles min max e

<=20 <=20

<=25 <=30

<=5 5<e<=20 <=20

<=25 <=20 <=20 <=20 <=20

Yield

Extension

Rp0.2 MPa min max

Hardness A% A50% HB1)

min

min

370 340 370 370 370 370 340 330 370 370

-

240 220 240 250 240 250 220 210 250 250

-

7 6 5 7 5 8 8 7 8 8

5 3 5 3 6 6 6

100 90 90 100 100 90

320 300 280 370 310 290 370 275 310 295 310

-

270 250 210 270 260 240 275 125 230 195 230

-

10 10 10 8 10 8 8 14 8 6 6

8 6 8 6 6 12 6 4

90 90 90 110 90 90 110 90 110 110 110

380 380 450 450 370 410 390 350

-

290 290 380 380 230 270 250 230

-

8 6 8 6 13 12 10 8

6 4 6 4 11 -

100 100

120 120


Alloy EN AW

Product

2014

Condition

T6, T6510

Extruded tube Extruded profile

T4, T4510 T6, T6510 T4, T4510

Round bar D

Dimension (mm) Square bar2) S

<=25 25<D<=75 75<D<=150 150<D<=200

<=25 25<S<=75 75<S<=150 150<S<=200

T6, T6510

Tensile Thickness of the product, strength Rm MPa tubes, profiles min max e

<=20 <=10 10<e<=40 <=25 <=25

Extension

Rp0.2 MPa min max

Hardness A% A50% HB1)

min

min

415 460 465 430 370 415 450 370 415

-

370 415 420 350 230 370 400 230 370

-

6 7 7 5 11 7 6 11 7

5 10 5 4 10 5

120 125 120 120

400 380 400 390 370

-

250 260 270 260 240

-

10 12 10 9 8

8 10

105 110 110 110 110

425 455 450 440 420

-

290 400 310 300 280

-

10 4 8 8 8

8 3 6

115

270 180 270 260

-

225 90 225 215

-

10 15 8 8

8 13 6 6

80

60 80 80

2017

Drawn bar, tube Extruded bar

T3 T4, T4510

<=80 <=25 25<D<=75 75<D<=150 150<D<=200

<=80 <=25 25<S<=75 75<S<=150 150<S<=200

2024

Drawn bar

T3 T8 T3, T3510

10<D<=80 <=80 <=50 50<D<=100 100<D<=200

10<S<=80 <=80 <=50 50<S<=100 100<S<=200

Extruded bar Extruded profile, tube

T6 T4 T6

<=25

<=25

Drawn bar, tube

T4 T6 T6, T6510

<=80 <=80 <=150 150<D<=200

<=80 <=80 <=150 150<S<=200

<=20 <=20 <=30

200 310 310 260

-

100 260 260 200

-

10 8 8 8

8 6 6 -

T6 T8 T9 T6

<=80 <=50 <=50 <=200

<=80 <=50 <=50 <=200

<=20 <=10 <=10 <=25

290 345 360 260

-

240 315 330 240

-

10 4 4 10

8 3 3 8

T4 T6 T4 T6

<=150 <=150

<=150 <=150

<=15 <=15 <=25 <=3 3<e<=25

120 190 120 190 170

-

60 150 60 150 140

-

16 8 16 8 8

14 6 14 6 6

Extruded bar

6005

6012

Extruded bar, profile, tube 6262

Drawn bar, tube Extruded bar, profile, tube

6060

Extruded bar, tube Extruded profile

<=20

Yield

<=5 <=5 5<e<=10

130

90 85

45 70 45 70 70

31


Alloy EN AW

Tensile Thickness of the product, strength Rm MPa tubes, profiles min max e

Yield

Round bar D

Dimension (mm) Square bar2) S

T4 T6 T4 T6

<=150 <=150

<=150 <=150

<=10 <=25 <=25 <=10 10<e<=25

130 215 130 215 195

-

65 170 65 170 160

Extruded bar

T4 T6

Extruded profile, tube

T4 T6

<=200 <=20 20<D<=150 150<D<=200 200<D<=250

<=200 <=20 20<S<=150 150<S<=200 200<S<=250

<=25 <=5 5<e<=25

205 295 310 280 270 205 290 310

-

7022

Drawn bar, tube Extruded bar, profile, tube

T6 T6, T6510

<=80 <=80 80<D<=200

<=80 <=80 80<S<=200

460 490 470

7075

Drawn bar, tube

T6 T651 T73 T6, T6510

<=80

<=80

25<D<=100 100<D<=150 <=25 25<D<=75 75<D<=100

25<S<=100 100<S<=150 <=25 25<S<=75 75<S<=100

540 540 455 560 530 485 475 470 540 560 560 530 540

6063

Product

Condition

Extruded bar, tube Extruded profile

6082

Extruded bar

T73

1)

32

Extruded tube

T6, T6510

Extruded profile

T6, T6510

For information only

2)

Also valid for hexagonal bar and the thickness of flat bar

<=20 <=30

<=5 5<e<=10 10<e<=50 <=25 25<e<=60

Extension

Rp0.2 MPa min max

Hardness A% A50% HB1)

min

min

-

14 10 14 8 8

12 8 12 6 6

45 70 45 70 70

110 250 260 240 200 110 250 260

-

14 8 8 6 6 14 8

12 6 12 6

65 95 95 95 95 65 95

-

380 420 400

-

8 7 7

6 5

130 130 130

-

485 785 385 500 470 420 405 390 485 505 495 460 470

-

7 5 8 7 6 7 7 6 8 7 6 6 6

6 4 6 5 6 5 4 4 -

140 140 140 140

140 140 140 140 140


Technical specifications Mechanical properties - rolled products SS EN 485-2 1994 Alloy EN AW

Condition

Thickness mm over

1050A

2014

O/H111 H14 H18 H24 T3 T4 T451 T6/T651 T651

2017A

T4 T451

2024

T4 T3/T351 T351

Rm MPa incl.

min

Rp0.2 MPa max

0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5

12.5 12.5 3.0 12.5

65 105 140 105

0.4 0.4 12.5 0.4 12.5 40.0 60.0 80.0 100.0

6 12.5 100 12.5 40.0 60.0 80.0 100.0 120.0

1.5 6 12.5

min 95 145

max

Extension min % A50 mm A

Hardness HB 1)

20 85 120 75

22-35 3-6 2 4-8

400 395 400 440 460 450 435 420 410

245 240 250 390 400 390 380 360 350

14 14

6 12.5 100

390 390 385

245 260 240

15 13

110 111 10-12 108

0.4 0.4 3 12.5 40.0 80.0 100.0 120.0

6 3 12.5 40.0 80.0 100.0 120.0 150.0

425 435 440 430 420 400 380 360

275 290 290 290 290 285 270 250

12-14 12-14 13-14

120 123 124 122 120 115 110 104

145

6-7

20 34 42 33

7-10 6 5 4 4 4

11 8 7 5 5

112 110 112 133 138 135 131 126 123

5005

H14 H24/H34

0.5 0.5

6 6

145 145

185 185

120 110

2-4 4-6

48 47

5052

O/H111 H12 H22/H32

0.5 0.5 0.5

6 12.5 12.5

170 210 210

215 260 260

65 160 130

14-18 5-10 6-12

47 63 61

33


Alloy EN AW

Condition

Thickness mm over

5083

1)

34

O/H111

Rm MPa incl.

min

Rp0.2 MPa max

min

12.5 80 150 12.5 12.5 12.5

275 270 255 305 315 305

350 345

H116 H12 H22/H32

0.5 12.5 80 1.5 0.5 0.5

5754

O/H111 H12 H14 H22/H32 H24/H34

0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5

100 40 12.5 12.5 6

190 220 240 220 240

6061

T6/T651

1.5

12.5

6082

T4/T451 T6/T651 T651

1.5 1.5 6.0 12.5 100.0

7020

T6/T651 T651

7022

7075

max

Extension min % A50 mm A

Hardness HB 1)

375 380

125 115 105 215 250 215

12-16 14-15 12 8-12 4-7 6-10

75 73 69 89 94 89

240 270 280 270 280

80 170 190 130 160

14-18 5-9 3-5 8-10 6-8

52 66 72 63 70

290

240

7-10

88

12.5 6.0 12.5 100.0 175.0

205 310 300 295 275

110 260 255 240 230

14 7-10 9

58 94 91 7-8 89 4-6 83

1.5 12.5

12.5 175.0

350 330

280 260

8-10

104 6-9 98

T6/T651

6.0 50.0 100.0

50.0 100.0 200.0

450 430 410

370 350 330

7-8 5 3

133 127 121

T6/T651 T651

1.5 12.5 25.0 50.0 60.0 90.0 100.0 120.0

12.5 25.0 50.0 60.0 90.0 100.0 120.0 150.0

540 540 530 525 490 460 410 360

460 470 460 440 390 360 300 260

7-8

For information only

6 5 4 4 3 2 2

160 161 158 155 144 135 119 104


Technical specifications

Tolerances of drawn bar according to EN 754-3, 754-4, 754-6 (For round, square and hexagonal) Size range Over Up to and including

Tolerance mm

Size range Over Up to and including

Tolerance mm

≥3

6

+0 -0.08

18

30

+0 -0.13

6

10

+0 -0.09

30

50

+0 -0.16

10

18

+0 -0.11

50

65

+0 -0.19

Valid for all alloys

Tolerances for extruded round bars according to EN 755-3 Over

Size range Up to and including

Alloy group І

ІІ

Over

Size range Up to and including

Alloy group І

ІІ

≥8

18

±0.22

±0,30

100

120

±0.65

±1.00

18

25

±0.25

±0.35

120

150

±0.80

±1.20

25

40

±0.30

±0.40

150

180

±1.00

±1.40

40

50

±0.35

±0.45

180

220

±1.15

±1.70

50

65

±0.40

±0.50

220

270

±1.30

±2.00

65

80

±0.45

±0.70

270

320

±1.60

±2.50

80

100

±0.55

±0.90

About the alloy group І & ІІ is on page 39.

35


Technical specifications

Tolerances for extruded square & hexagonal bar according to EN 755-4, 755-6 Over

Size range Up to and including

Alloy group І

ІІ

Over

Size range Up to and including

Alloy group І

ІІ

≥10

18

±0.22

±0.30

80

100

±0.55

±0.90

18

25

±0.25

±0.35

100

120

±0.65

±1.00

25

40

±0.30

±0.40

120

150

±0.80

±1.20

40

50

±0.35

±0.45

150

180

±1.00

±1.40

50

65

±0.40

±0.50

180

220

±1.15

±1.70

65

80

±0.45*

±0.70

About the alloy group І & ІІ is on page 39.

* ± 0.50 for hexagonal bar

Tolerances for extruded flat bar according to EN 755-5 Width in mm Over Up to and including

Tolerance mm

2≤t≤6

6<t≤10

10<t≤18

80<t≤120

120<t≤180

180<t≤240

≥10

18

±0.25

±0.20

±0.25

±0.25

-

-

-

-

-

-

18

30

±0.30

±0.20

±0,25

±0.30

±0.30

-

-

-

-

-

30

50

±0.40

±0.25

±0.25

±0.30

±0.35

±0.40

-

-

-

-

50

80

±0.60

±0.25

±0.30

±0.35

±0.40

±0.50

±0.60

-

-

-

80

120

±0.80

±0.30

±0.35

±0.40

±0.45

±0.60

±0.70

±0.80

-

-

120

180

±1.0

±0.40

±0.45

±0.50

±0.55

±0.60

±0.70

±0.90

±1.0

-

180

240

±1.4

-

±0.55

±0,60

±0.65

±0.70

±0.80

±1.0

±1.2

±1.4

240

350

±1.8

-

±0.65

±0.70

±0.75

±0.80

±0.90

±1.1

±1.3

±1.5

35

450

±2.2

-

-

±0.80

±0.85

±0.90

±1.0

±1.2

±1.4

±1.6

450

600

±3.0

-

-

-

-

±0.90

±1.0

±1.4

-

-

Information about the alloy group І & ІІ is on page 39.

36

Thickness in mm - Alloy group І 18<t≤30 30<t≤50 50<t≤80


Tolerances for extruded flat bar according to EN 755-5 Width in mm Over Up to and including

Tolerance mm

2≤t≤6

6<t≤10

10<t≤18

Thickness in mm - Alloy group ІІ 18<t≤30 30<t≤50 50<t≤80

80<t≤120

120<t≤180

180<≤240

≥10

18

±0.35

±0.25

±0.30

±0.35

-

-

-

-

-

-

18

30

±0.40

±0.25

±0.30

±0.40

±0.40

-

-

-

-

-

30

50

±0.50

±0.30

±0.30

±0.40

±0.50

±0.50

-

-

-

-

50

80

±0.70

±0.30

±0.35

±0.45

±0.60

±0.70

±0.70

-

-

-

80

120

±1.0

±0.35

±0.40

±0.50

±0.60

±0.70

±0.80

±1.0

-

-

120

180

±1.4

±0.45

±0.50

±0.55

±0.70

±0.80

±1.0

±1.1

±1.4

-

180

240

±1.8

-

±0.60

±0.65

±0.70

±0.90

±1.1

±1.3

±1.6

±1.8

240

350

±2.2

-

±0.70

±0.75

±0.80

±0.90

±1.2

±1.4

±1.7

±1.9

350

450

±2.8

-

-

±0.90

±1.0

±1.1

±1.4

±1.8

±2.1

±2.3

450

600

±3,5

-

-

-

-

±1,2

±1,4

±1,8

-

-

Information about the alloy group І & ІІ is on page 39.

Thickness tolerances for cold rolled sheet according to EN 485-4 Thickness in mm For 1000

Over 1000 up to and including 1250

Plate width in mm Over 1250 up to and including 1600

Over 1600 up to and including 2000

Over

Up to and including

I

II

I

II

I

II

0.2

0.4

±0.02

±0,03

±0.04

±0.05

±0.05

±0.06

-

0.4

0.5

±0.03

±0.03

±0.04

±0.05

±0.05

±0.06

±0.06

0.5

0.6

±0.03

±0.04

±0.05

±0.06

±0.06

±0.07

±0.07

0.6

0.8

±0,03

±0.04

±0.06

±0.07

±0.07

±0.08

0.8

1

±0.04

±0.05

±0.06

±0.08

±0.08

1

1.2

±0.04

±0.05

±0.07

±0.09

±0.09

1.2

1.5

±0.05

±0.07

±0.09

±0.11

1.5

1.8

±0.06

±0.08

±0.10

1.8

2

±0.06

±0.09

2

2.5

±0.07

±0.10

I

II

over 2000 over 2500 over 3000 up to and inclu- up to and inclu- up to and including 2500 ding 3000 ding 3500

I & II

I & II

I & II

-

-

-

-

±0.07

±0,10

-

-

±0.08

±0,11

-

-

±0.07

±0.09

±0.12

-

-

±0.09

±0.09

±0.10

±0.13

-

-

±0.10

±0.10

±0.12

±0.14

-

-

±0.10

±0.12

±0.11

±0.14

±0.16

-

-

±0.12

±0.11

±0.13

±0.12

±0.15

±0.17

-

-

±0.11

±0.13

±0.12

±0.14

±0.14

±0.16

±0.19

-

-

±0.12

±0.14

±0.13

±0.15

±0.15

±0.17

±0.20

-

-

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Thickness in mm For 1000

Over 1000 up to and including 1250

Plate width in mm Over 1250 up to and including 1600

Up to and including

I

2.5

3

3

3.5

3.5

4

±0.15

±0.20

±0.22

4

5

±0.18

±0.22

5

6

±0.20

±0.24

Over

Over 1600 up to and including 2000

over 2000 over 2500 over 3000 up to and inclu- up to and inclu- up to and including 2500 ding 3000 ding 3500

II

I

II

I

II

I

II

I & II

I & II

I & II

±0.08

±0.11

±0.13

±0.15

±0.15

±0.17

±0.17

±0.19

±0.23

-

-

±0.10

±0.12

±0.15

±0.17

±0.17

±0.19

±0.18

±0.20

±0.24

-

-

±0.23

±0.25

±0.34

±0.38

±0.24

±0.25

±0.29

±0.36

±0.42

±0.25

±0.26

±0.32

±0.40

±0.46

Information about the alloy group І & ІІ is found on page 39.

Thickness tolerances for hot-rolled sheet according to EN 485-3 Thickness in mm

Plate width in mm - Alloy group I & II

Over

Up to and including

To 1250

over 1250 up to and including 1600

over 1600 up to and including 2000

over 2000 up to and including 2500

over 2500 up to and including 3000

≥2.5

4

±0.28

±0.28

±0.32

±0.35

±0.40

4

5

±0.30

±0.30

±0.35

±0.40

±0.45

5

6

±0.32

±0.32

±0.40

±0.45

±0.50

6

8

±0.35

±0.40

±0.40

±0.50

±0.55

8

10

±0.45

±0.50

±0.50

±0.55

±0.60

10

15

±0.50

±0.60

±0.65

±0.65

±0.80

15

20

±0.60

±0.70

±0.75

±0.80

±0.90

20

30

±0.65

±0.75

±0.85

±0.90

±1.00

30

40

±0.75

±0.85

±1.00

±1.10

±1.20

40

50

±0.90

±1.00

±1.10

±1.20

±1.50

50

60

±1.10

±1,.20

±1.40

±1.50

±1.70

60

80

±1.40

±1.50

±1.70

±1.90

±2.00

80

100

±1.70

±1.80

±1.90

±2.10

±2.20

100

150

±2.20

±2.20

±2.70

±2.80

-

150

200

±2.80

±2.80

±3.30

±3.30

-

Information about the alloy group І & ІІ is found on page 39.

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Alloy groups Alloy groups Group I

EN AW-1050A, EN AW-1070A, EN AW-1200 EN AW-1350 EN AW-3003, EN AW-3103 EN AW-5005 EN AW-6005, EN AW-6012, EN AW-6060 EN AW-6061, EN AW-6063, EN AW-6082, EN AW-6101B, EN AW-6262

Group II

EN AW-2007 EN AW-2011 EN AW-2014 EN AW-2017A, EN AW-2024, EN AW-2030 EN AW-5052, EN AW-5083, EN AW-5086, EN AW-5754 EN AW-7020, EN AW-7022, EN AW-7075

Abstract DIN standard / EN standard Product type

Alloy

Properties

Tolerances

DIN

EN

DIN

EN

DIN

EN

Sheet / Plates - Cold rolled Sheet / Plate - Hot rolled

1725

573-3

1745

485-2

1783 59600

485-4 485-3

Round bar - Drawn Round bar - Extruded

1725

573-3

1747

754-2 755-2

1798 1799

754-3 755-3

Square bar - Drawn Square bar - Extruded

1725

573-3

1747

754-2 755-2

1796 59700

754-4 755-4

Hexagonal bar - Drawn Hexagonal bar- Extruded

1725

573-3

1747

754-2 755-2

1797 59701

754-6 755-6

Flat bar - Drawn Flat bar - Extruded

1725

573-3

1747

754-2 755-2

1769 1770

754-5 755-5

Profiles

1725

573-3

1748

755-2

1748

755-9

Round tubes - Drawn Round tubes - Extruded

1725

573-3

1746

755-2

1795 9107

754-8 755-8

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Technical specifications Heat treatment recommendations Hardenable alloys EN AW

Soft annealing °C 1)

Resolution treatment °C 2)

Quench ageing at room temperature days

Thermal ageing °C

Hours 3)

2011

380-420

535±5

5-7

175±5

6

2014

380-420

505±5

5-7

170±5

8

6012/6262

380-420

535±10

2

175±5

8

6063

380-420

530±10

2

175±5

8

6082

380-420

535±10

2

175±5

8

1)

Hardenable alloys: Rapid heating to full heating and about 30 minutes at the specified temperature. Cool in the oven to about 250 °C followed by cooling in air.

2)

Rapid heating to full heating, followed by immediate rapid cooling in water.

3)

Alloy 2014: A holding time of about three days or more between resolution and thermal ageing is required to achieve maximum strength. Heating to the ageing temperature should be done slowly, over 2-6 hours.

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Technical specifications Surface requirements Surface class

Definition Profiles with:

Handling / areas of use

Viewing distance

We recommend alloy

1

Extremely high surface requirements There should not be any visible scratches, dents or obvious structural lines on the profile's visible surfaces. Can only be obtained from material extruded in surface class 2 which is then treated chemically or mechanically and finally anodised. A visible surface all around cannot be obtained with this surface class. Exception polished surface.

Super quality Individual handling and inspection at all stages. Packaging instructions with specified packaging materials / methods shall be issued in consultation with the customer. Maximum delivery length is agreed upon. Radio / TV, light fittings, picture frames and ornaments.

Approx. 0.5 - 0.6 m

6060 6063

2

Very high surface requirements There should not be any scratches, dents or obvious structural lines on the profile's visible surfaces to be coated according to surface class 1 above. A visible surface all around cannot be obtained with this surface class. Exception polished surface. Profiles should as a rule be anodised.

Very high coating / anodising quality Individual handling and inspection at all stages. Packaging instructions with specified packaging materials / methods shall be issued in consultation with the client. Maximum delivery length is agreed upon. Radio / TV, light fittings, ornaments, exclusive furniture, kitchen and bathroom.

About 1 m

6060 6063

3

High surface requirements There should not be any obvious structural scratches or other damage to the profile's visible surfaces. Graphite and other damage from the table is allowed on visible surfaces. Injuries / brands that will disappear when anodising can be accepted on visible surfaces. Profiles should as a rule be anodised. On other surfaces, according to class 4.

High coating / anodising quality Packaging instructions with specified packaging material / methods shall be issued in consultation with the customer. Maximum delivery length is agreed upon. Furniture, lamps, shop fittings, windows, doors.

About 2 m

6060 6063

4

Normal surface demands There should not be any obvious structural scratches or other damage to the profile.

Normal quality Packaging instructions will be issued. Fine mechanical parts, heatsinks building systems (excluding windows and doors), balconies, awnings, fences, ladders. Standard profiles.

About 3 m

6060 6063 6005A 6082 6101

5

Insignificant or no surface requirements There may not be an obvious handling scratches or other damage to the profile. Blisters and cracks are not allowed.

Construction quality Standard profiles (layer profiles at the wholesale level) Parts for rough machining. Floor profiles and on details where there is no visible surface.

About 5 m

All

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