Benefits of Aluminium 1060 Sheets

1060 aluminium sheet is extremely similar to 1050 aluminium alloy since it contains more than 0.1 percent aluminium by weight. The 1050 and 1060 aluminium sheets from Metco Overseas comply with ISO standards. We have been the aluminium Sheet Suppliers for a number of years. The conductivity of 1060 aluminium sheet is 55 percent since it contains 0.05 percent copper. Furthermore, 1060 aluminium sheet is a low-strength, nearly pure aluminium alloy that comes in a range of tempers, such as O (annealed), H12, H14, H16, H18, and so on. Also available are aluminium sheets from the commercial pure wrought family, such as 1050, 1070, 1100, and so on. We are also aluminium 1060 Sheet Manufacturers with Competitive prices in the market.

The 1060 aluminium alloy belongs to the “commercially pure” wrought family of aluminium-based alloys (1000 or 1xxx series). It is fundamentally comparable to the 1050 aluminium alloy, with the only change being 0.1 percent aluminium by weight. While the ISO standards for 1050 and 1060 are the same, the ASTM standards for the two are different. 

It is typically manufactured as a wrought alloy by extrusion or rolling. Because of its high electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance, and workability, it is widely employed in the electrical and chemical industries. When compared to more heavily alloyed metals, it has a poor mechanical strength. Cold working can strengthen it, but heat treatment cannot.

Features of Aluminium 1060 Sheets:

Aluminium sheet 1060 Have good elongation and tensile strength, and can meet all of the requirements for traditional processing (stamping, stretching), as well as having a high formability. High plasticity, corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity for industrial pure aluminium, but low strength, heat treatment cannot be improved, and machinability is poor; Gas welding, hydrogen welding, and resistance welding are difficult to braze; Processing under varied pressures, as well as extension and bending.

Chemical Composition:

Aluminium sheet 1060 Have good elongation and tensile strength, and can meet all of the requirements for traditional processing (stamping, stretching), as well as having a high formability. High plasticity, corrosion resistance, electrical

The alloy chemical Composition of 1060 aluminium:

 

Minimum of 99.6% aluminium

Copper a maximum of 0.05 percent

0.35 percent maximum iron

Magnesium is maximum of 0.03 percent

0.25 percent maximum silicon

Titanium has a maximum concentration of 0.03 percent.

0.05 percent maximum vanadium

Zinc is a maximum of 0.05 percent

conductivity, and thermal conductivity for industrial pure aluminium, but low strength, heat treatment cannot be improved, and machinability is poor; Gas welding, hydrogen welding, and resistance welding are difficult to braze; Processing under varied pressures, as well as extension and bending.

Benefits of Aluminium 1060 Sheets:

The 6061 aluminium sheet is both plastic and corrosion resistant. The 6061 aluminium sheet is a very promising alloy, with no stress corrosion cracking tendency, excellent weldability, good corrosion resistance, and cold processing, making it widely used in decoration, packaging, construction, transportation, electronics, aviation, aerospace, weapons, and other industries.

The corrosion resistance, weldability, and oxidation effect of 6061 aluminium Sheets are all excellent. It can be anodized and tinted, as well as painted with enamel, and is a good choice for building materials.

Even after annealing, 6061 offers good formability, weldability, machinability, medium strength, and good workability.

Applications of Aluminium 1060 Sheets:

Because of its properties, 1060 aluminium alloy is commonly used for products with low strength requirements, such as reflectors, billboards, decorations, kitchen wares, lamp holders, electric elements, and chemical equipment. It can also be used for chemical storage, railroad tank cars, and other equipment due to its strong corrosion resistance.

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