1100 aluminum plate sheet for industrial pure aluminum, aluminum content (mass fraction) of 99%, non heat treatment. It has high corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity, low density, good plasticity, and can be used to produce all kinds of aluminum, but the strength is low. Other processes are basically the same as 1050A. 1100 aluminum sheet commonly used to have good machining performance, high corrosion resistance, high strength does not need not see, such as video and chemical handling and storage equipment, sheet metal products, hardware, hollow spinning drawing goods welding key combination, reflector, nameplate
6061 T6 Aluminum Sheet is an aluminum sheet product that is very versatile and has a wide range of applications. 6061 Aluminum sheet is made from one of the most widely used heat treatable aluminum alloys. This sheet has excellent corrosion resistance, good workability and good machinability. 6061 sheet applications include a wide variety of products from medical assemblies, aircraft construction to structural components. 6061 t6 aluminum sheet has a high strength to weight ratio making it ideal for any application where parts need to be light.
"Heat treatment cannot be used to make it hardenable. Compared to 5005 alloys,5052 aluminum has better resistance in marine environments. It also has excellent corrosion resistance when used in slightly alkaline conditions. A protective surface film is over the 5052 aluminum, which gives the metal its corrosion resistance. When damage happens, the rapid reaction between aluminum and oxygen repairs it. When the film can’t be repaired, corrosion can quickly occur to the base metal. To help prevent this from happening, the metal can be anodized, which will make the protective surface film thicker. Heat treatment can be used on this metal, which should be performed at 653 degrees F; the cooling rate and time at this temperature isn’t important. It’s rare for stress relief to be needed, but can be done at 428 degrees F. Stress relief should be used when the loss of strength is a concern. This metal is also readily machinable and weldable. 5052 aluminum sheets can be purchased in sizes between .032 and .1875 inch thick, 48 and 60 inches wide and up to 144 inches thick."