Applications Of Aluminum Alloy 8081
Chemical Composition Of 8081 Aluminum Alloy
|Element||Percentage By Weight|
|Tin (Sn)||18 – 22%|
|Copper (Cu)||0.7 – 1.3%|
|Silicon (Si)||0 – 0.7%|
|Iron (Fe)||0 – 0.7%|
|Manganese (Mn)||0 – 0.1%|
|Titanium (Ti)||0 – 0.1%|
|Zinc (Zn)||0 – 0.05%|
Physical Properties of Aluminum Alloy 8081
|Width (mm)||100 – 2800|
|Thickness (mm)||0.2 – 300|
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Other Aluminum Alloys We Supply
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Aluminum alloys contain almost no traces of iron, so these metals are impervious to rust. As soon as the alloy is exposed to water, an aluminum oxide film forms quickly on its surface that acts like a shield and protects it from further damage. This hard layer prevents any corrosion or oxidation underneath and keeps the alloy safe.
Aluminum is renowned for its impressive longevity, with end-use lasting decades. In the construction industry specifically, aluminum has been proven to have a service life of up to 60 years – making it one of the most dependable materials available.