ALUMINUM COIL & SHEET

Flat or Rolled Aluminum from Sheffield comes in a variety of finishes not limited to: Mill Finish, Brushed, One Side Bright, Painted, and Anodized.

  • Gauge range is .008″ through .190″
  • Widths from 0.25″ to 102″
  • Paper Interleaf Available
  • PVC one or two sides available
  • Actual certifications on all material
  • Other alloys, gauges, tempers and widths are available based upon inquiry
Alloy Temper
1050 0
1100 0
1350 0
3105 0, H12, H14
3003 O, H14, H16, H18
5005 0, H32, H23
5052 0, H32, H34
5182 0
5754 0
6061 0

ALUMINUM COIL & SHEET DESIGN GUIDE

1050 – This alloy is 99.5% pure aluminum. It is typically used where high electrical conductivity is required. Typical end uses are transformer windings and switch gear markets.

1100 – This alloy is commercially pure aluminum (99.0% minimum). The alloy exhibits excellent corrosion resistance, workability and weldability. Uses include deep drawing, spinning, sheet metal work, decorative applications, and name plates.

1350 – This alloy is 99.5% pure aluminum. It is typically used where high electrical conductivity is required. End uses include transformer and switch gear markets. The primary difference between this alloy and 1050 is that it contains less silicon.

3105 – This alloy is a derivative of 3003. It is produced strictly from remanufacturing scrap aluminum. For this reason, it contains a few more impurities than 3003. 3105 has good formability and corrosion characteristics. General end uses are building products and sheet metal work.

3003 – This product is alloyed with manganese to provide slightly more strength. It has excellent workability, weldability and corrosion resistance. Typical end uses are drawing, spinning, sheet metal work, and application where more strength than 1100 is required.

5005 – This product is alloyed with .8% magnesium. The alloy exhibits excellent workability, weldabililty, and corrosion resistance. This alloy is particularly good for anodizing.

5052 – This product is alloyed with 2.5% magnesium. It has very good corrosion resistance, good workability, weldability and strength. Typical end uses are fuel tanks, enclosures, fan blades, and sheet metal work.

5182 – This product is alloyed with 4.5% magnesium. It exhibits excellent drawing and stretching characteristics. It also strengthens with cold working. The primary end use is automotive and truck parts.

5754 – This product is alloyed with 3.2% magnesium. The alloy has good forming characteristics and moderate strength. It is generally used for light weight automotive components.

6061 – This product is alloyed with 1.0% magnesium and .6% silicon. It exhibits good formability, weldability, and corrosion resistance. Typical end uses include boats, transportation equipment, and structural engineered applications.

The information provided within is for descriptive and illustrative purposes, only. Please contact your sales professional at Sheffield, for any needed assistance.

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