Aluminum 1100

Aluminum 1100 is a soft, non-heat-treatable and low strength alloy that offers strong corrosion resistance. Composed of 99% aluminum and 0.12% copper, Aluminum 1100 is purest grade of aluminum alloy available commercially.

A highly sought after alloy, Aluminum 1100 offers excellent machinability as well as maintaining strength in low temperatures and electrical conductivity. There are a number of commercial and industrial applications, for Aluminum 1100 that include:

  • Fin stock
  • Heat exchanger fins
  • Spun hollowware
  • Dials and nameplates
  • Giftware
  • Shapes for engraving and stamping
  • Lightweight tools
  • Food containers
  • Household foil
  • Cooking utensils
  • Rivets
  • Sheet metal work

Aluminum 1100 takes both hot and cold forming well, and can easily be welded with all conventional methods. All the Aluminum 1100 available via Continental Steel meets or exceeds a number of different specifications including AMS, ASME, MIL-Spec, AWS, and SAE.

Continental Steel supplies Aluminum 1100 is a variety of shapes and sizes such as foil, plates, round bar, rods, sheets, strips, and wire. To learn more about Aluminum 1100 alloy, please contact Continental Steel today.

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