Aluminum alloy 7075 has zinc as its primary alloying element, which makes it one of the highest-strength aluminum alloys available today. The aluminum plate and sheet products made from 7075 are also very lightweight, allowing them to withstand high-stress situations like in aerospace applications. The 7075 alloy was first developed for use by Japanese military aircraft during World War II.
Inquivix Technologies can supply aluminum 7075 sheet products that are custom-made to your specifications with the dimensions, tensile strength, yield strength, and tempering needed. If your application involves highly stressed parts that require withstanding enormous amounts of fatigue and stress corrosion, then our 7075 sheets are perfect for this. Inquivix Technologies also offers aluminum plate, foil, and coil products for cost-effective prices.
7075 Aluminum Alloy Sheet Applications
Golf Club Components
Gears and Shafts
Material Properties of Aluminum Alloy 7075
Of Aluminum Alloy 7075
|Element||Percentage By Weight|
|Zinc (Zn)||5.1 – 6.1%|
|Magnesium (Mg)||2.1 – 2.9%|
|Copper (Cu)||1.2 – 2.0%|
|Iron (Fe)||0 – 0.5%|
|Silicon (Si)||0 – 0.4%|
|Manganese (Mn)||0 – 0.3%|
|Chromium (Cr)||0 – 0.3%|
|Aluminum (Al)||The Remainder|
Technical Specifications of Aluminum Alloy 7075
|Width (mm)||20 – 2550|
|Thickness (mm)||0.5 – 500|
Other Aluminum Coil Alloys
7075 is an alloy of aluminum that contains zinc and magnesium as its main alloying elements. It’s one of the strongest alloys used to make lightweight aircraft components that can withstand large stresses. It can also be hardened through heat treatment. Inquivix Technologies can supply custom-made 7075 aluminum sheets to meet customer specifications at cost-effective prices.
7075 aluminum sheets can be used to manufacture aircraft components like wing panels, high-end mobile phone casings, golf clubs, gears, and gear shafts.