Aluminum Alloy 6061
96.62 Al | 0.28 Cu | 0.15 Mn | 0.7 Fe | 0.25 Zn | 0.6 Si | 0.025 Cr | 1.0 Mg | 0.15 Ti | "S" Weight Factor - 3.69
Summary: 6000 series – Alloys in this group contain silicon and magnesium in approximate proportions to form magnesium silicide, thus making them heat-treatable. Major alloy in this series is 6061, one of the most versatile of the heat-treatable alloys. Though less strong than most of the 2000 or 7000 alloys, the magnesium-silicon (or magnesium-silicide) alloys possess good formability and corrosion resistance, with medium strength. Alloys in this heat-treatable group may be formed in the T4 temper (solution heat-treated but not artificially aged) and then reach full T6 properties by artificial aging.
NOTE: The values listed above represent reasonable approximations suitable for general engineering use. They should not be used for specification purposed. See applicable A.S.T.M specification references.
Special arrangement can be made to provide alloys not shown.