1100 aluminum sheet introduction

1100 aluminum is a commercially pure aluminum alloy that is commonly used in various applications due to its excellent corrosion resistance, high thermal and electrical conductivity, and good workability.

1100 aluminum sheet refers to a flat piece of aluminum that is made from 1100 alloy. It is available in various sizes, thicknesses, and finishes to meet different requirements. 1100 aluminum sheet is often used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, construction, and electronics, where lightweight, durable, and corrosion-resistant materials are required.

What does “1100” in 1100 aluminum plate means?

In “1100 aluminum plate”, “1100” indicates the type of aluminum alloy. This number is one of the naming rules of aluminum alloy, which represents the composition of aluminum alloy.

Specifically, the “1100” alloy is a non-reinforced pure aluminum alloy, in which aluminum is the main component of the alloy, and the content of impurity elements such as copper, iron, manganese, silicon, and zinc is very low, less than 0.5%. Due to its high purity, it has good solderability and corrosion resistance. This aluminum alloy is commonly used to make chemicals and food processing equipment, as well as materials such as aluminum foil.

Chemical composition of 1100 aluminum sheet(%)


Aluminum plate 1100 mechanical properties

Mechanical Properties Of Aluminum Alloy Al1100 Aluminum Plate At Room Temperature
Tensile strength90-165MPa
Yield strength35-150MPa
Shear strength 60-90 MPa
Anti-fatigue strength35-60MPa
Hardness 23-44HB