Aluminum 3003

Grade Summary: This is the most widely used of all aluminum alloys. It is essentially commercially pure aluminum with the addition of Manganese which increases strength some 20% over 1100. With excellent corrosion resistance and workability it can be deep drawn or spun, welded or brazed.

Typical Applications: Cooking utensils, kitchen equipment, decorative trim, awnings, siding, storage tanks, chemical equipment.

Available products: Flat Sheet, Expanded Mesh Sheet, Perforated Sheet and Plate

Typical Chemical Analysis: * Cu – .20 Max. *Si – .60 Max. *Fe – .70 *Zn – .10 *Al-Remainder

Typical Mechanical Properties**:

Tensile Strength (PSI) 22,000
Yield Point (PSI) 21,000
Elongation*** 8

* Chemical Analysis will vary on each heat number

** All values are minimum values and are representative.

*** % in 2” for .064” sheet

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