EN AW-2011 10 x 3000 mm
We have a profound stock range of square bars, and mainly we offer them in 2000 and 6000 alloys. Essentially, they exist in all sizes from 8 mm and up to 200 mm and often in lengths of 3000 mm and 6000 mm. If you request other dimensions or alloy types than the once introduced - you are welcome to contact us.
A copper alloy that typically contains between 4.0 and 5.0 % copper, and it is suitable for producing machine parts, bolts and rivets. It looks very much like an EN AW-2007, but it is a bit softer. It is a short-chipped alloy, which is suitable for treatment, threads and high machining speeds and gives a shiny surface after treatment. It has a high strength against metal fatigue. The alloy has an inferior corrosion resistance, and it is not suitable for welding because of the high content of copper. It is possibly approved after the ROHS.
We are not liable for items out of stock. The specified weight is theoretical. Please contact us if you have any further enquiries.
|Thermal conductivity||Coefficient of thermal expansion||Melting point||Elastic modulus||Electrical conductivity|
|Dimension||Tensile strength (Rm) MPa||Proof stress (Rp0,2)||Elongation||Brinell Hardness||Elongation A50mm|
|Norm||Alloy||Temper||Min||Max||Rm N/mm2||MPa||% min||HBS||% min|
|EN 754-2:2013||EN AW-2011||T3||-||40||320||270||10||90||8|
|EN 754-2:2013||EN AW-2011||T3||40||50||300||250||10||90||-|
|EN 754-2:2013||EN AW-2011||T3||50||80||280||210||10||90||-|
|EN 754-2:2013||EN AW-2011||T8||-||80||370||270||8||115||6|