GSO ISO 6361-5:2015

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Wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys -- Sheets, strips and plates -- Part 5: Chemical composition

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This part of ISO 6361 specifies the chemical composition of wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys. NOTE 1 The chemical composition limits of aluminium and aluminium alloys specified in this part of ISO 6361 are identical with those registered with the Aluminum Association 1525 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 600, Arlington, VA22209, USA, for the corresponding alloys. NOTE 2 The “Teal Sheets” are available at In case there is a discrepancy in the values listed in Table 1 with those listed in the “Teal Sheets”, the composition limits registered with The Aluminum Association and published in the “Teal Sheets” are considered to be the controlling composition.
ISO 6361-5:2011
03 September 2015


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