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6061 aluminum has a good strength-to-weight ratio, above average corrosion resistance, good machinability, and is excellent for welding.
8" Base Width, 2.29" Legs, 0.25" Thickness, 96" Length
Aluminum 6061-T6 is typically used in aerospace, automotive, cameras, couplings, marine hardware, electrical components, decorative hardware, structural applications, pins, brakes, pistons, valves, and bicycle frames.
Meets ASTM-B221, ASTM-B308, AMS-QQ-A-200/8
Alloy: 6061 | Material: Aluminum | Shape: Channel | Production Method: Extruded | Item Base: 8 Inches | Legs: 2.29 Inches | Thickness: 0.25 Inches | Item Length: 96 Inches Aluminum Channel American Standard 6061-T6 exhibits high strength, low weight, above average corrosion resistance, ease of machining, and has excellent weldability. 6061 is the most commonly used aluminum alloy in the world due to its positive characteristics. It is typically used in aerospace, automotive, cameras, couplings, marine hardware, electrical components, decorative hardware, structural applications, pins, brakes, pistons, valves, and bicycle frames. American Standard channel has a tapered wall thickness with the section near the base being thicker than the top. Aluminium is a silvery-white, lightweight metal. It is soft and malleable. Aluminium is used in a huge variety of products including cans, foils, kitchen utensils, window frames, beer kegs and airplane parts. It has low density, is non-toxic, has a high thermal conductivity, has excellent corrosion resistance and can be easily cast, machined and formed. It is also non-magnetic and non-sparking. It is the second most malleable metal and the sixth most ductile. It is often used as an alloy because aluminium itself is not particularly strong. Alloys with copper, manganese, magnesium and silicon are lightweight but strong. Aluminium is a good electrical conductor and is often used in electrical transmission lines. It is cheaper than copper and weight for weight is almost twice as good a conductor. UNS A96061, ISO AlMg1SiCu, AA6061-T6 This product weighs 34.81 pounds and meets the following specs: ASTM-B221, ASTM-B308, AMS-QQ-A-200/8
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