Aluminum plate refers to aluminum materials with a thickness of more than 0.2mm to less than 500mm, a width of more than 200mm, and a length of less than 16m called aluminum plates or aluminum sheets, aluminum materials less than 0.2mm, and rows or strips within 200mm width (of course. With the progress of large equipment, there are many aluminum plates with a maximum width of 600mm).

Aluminum plate refers to a rectangular plate rolled and processed from aluminum ingots, which is divided into pure aluminum plate, alloy aluminum plate, thin aluminum plate, medium and thick aluminum plate, and patterned aluminum plate.

Aluminum sheets are usually divided into the following two categories:

1. According to the alloy composition is divided into:

High-purity aluminum plate (rolled from high-purity aluminum with a content of more than 99.9)

Pure aluminum plate (the composition is basically rolled from pure aluminum)

Alloy aluminum plate (composed of aluminum and auxiliary alloys, usually aluminum-copper, aluminum-manganese, aluminum-silicon, aluminum-magnesium, etc. series)

Clad aluminum plate or brazing plate (special purpose aluminum plate material is obtained by means of compounding various materials)

Aluminum-clad aluminum sheet (the outer side of the aluminum sheet is covered with thin aluminum sheet for special purposes)

2. According to thickness: (unit mm)

Sheet (aluminum sheet) 0.15-2.0

Conventional sheet (aluminum sheet) 2.0-6.0

Aluminum plate 6.0-25.0

Thick plate (aluminum plate) 25-200

Aluminum and aluminum alloy are divided into nine categories. Among them, aluminum and aluminum alloys of 1, 3, 5, 6, and 7 series are the main ones, and other series are rarely used in actual use.

Class 1  : 1 series: industrial pure aluminum

Class 2  : 2 series: aluminum copper alloys

Class 3  : 3 series: aluminum-manganese alloys

Class 4  : 4 series: aluminum-silicon alloys

Class 5  : 5 series: aluminum-magnesium alloys

Class 6  : 6 series: aluminum magnesium silicon alloy

Class 7 : 7 series: Al-Zn-Mg-Cu alloys

Class 8 : 8 series: other alloys

Class 9 : 9 Series : Spare Alloys


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