Aluminum Angle Bar

Aluminum Angle Bar is most commonly produced through the process of extrusion. By this process, aluminum angle bar is manufactured by pushing the material (round billet or bar stock) through a die that is under pressure. This process elongates the aluminum billet into a desired angle shape. Angle bar is often utilized to support beams and provide additional strength, protect structures from corrosion and even provide additional stability.

Specification

Standard Specification

GB/T 6892

ASTM B221

EN 754

EN 755

Available Size Range

  • A :

    10 ~ 200 mm
  • B :

    10 ~ 200 mm
  • T :

    2 ~ 15 mm
  • Length :

    1,000 ~ 6,000 mm

Surface Finish

Mill Finish, unless otherwise specified

Surface Protection

Paper interleaved

Production Process

Extruded

Form & Image

Equal Angle, Unequal Angle

Alloy and Temper

Alloy Temper
5000 Series: 5083 O, H112
6000 Series: 6005, 6060, 6061, 6063, 6082, 6463 T5, T6, T66
Alloy Series Chinese Standard American Standard European Standard
5000 Series 5083 5083 EN AW-5083
6000 Series 6005 6005 -
6060 6060 EN AW-6060
6061 6061 EN AW-6061
6063 6063 EN AW-6063
6082 6082 EN AW-6082
6463 6463 EN AW-6463
Temper Definition
O Annealed
H112 Slightly strain harden from working at an elevated temperature or from limited amount of cold work
T5 Cooled from an elevated temperature shaping process and then artificially aged
T6 Solution heat-treated and then artificially aged
T66 Solution heat-treated and then artificially aged - mechanical property level higher than T6 achieved through special control of the process (6000 series alloys)