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www.mintaialuminum.comBRITISH STANDARDAluminium andaluminium alloys —Sheet, strip and plate —Part 2: Mechanical propertiesThe European Standard EN 485-2:2007 has the status of aBritish StandardICS 77.120.1012 &23 ,1* :,7 287 %6, 3(50,66,21 (;&(37 6 3(50,77(' % &23 5,* 7 / :BS EN485-2:2007

BS EN 485-2:2007www.mintaialuminum.comNational forewordThis British Standard was published by BSI. It is the UK implementation ofEN 485-2:2007. It supersedes BS EN 485-2:2004 which is withdrawn.The UK participation in its preparation was entrusted to Technical CommitteeNFE/35, Light metals and their alloys.A list of organizations represented on this committee can be obtained onrequest to its secretary.This publication does not purport to include all the necessary provisions of acontract. Users are responsible for its correct application.Compliance with a British Standard cannot confer immunity fromlegal obligations.This British Standard waspublished under the authorityof the Standards Policy andStrategy Committeeon 30 April 2007 BSI 2007ISBN 978 0 580 50627 7Amendments issued since publicationAmd. No.DateComments

www.mintaialuminum.comEUROPEAN STANDARDEN 485-2NORME EUROPÉENNEEUROPÄISCHE NORMApril 2007ICS 77.120.10Supersedes EN 485-2:2004English VersionAluminium and aluminium alloys - Sheet, strip and plate - Part 2:Mechanical propertiesAluminium et alliages d'aluminium - Tôles, bandes et tôlesépaisses - Partie 2: Caractéristiques mécaniquesAluminium und Aluminiumlegierungen - Bänder, Blecheund Platten - Teil 2: Mechanische EigenschaftenThis European Standard was approved by CEN on 28 February 2007.CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this EuropeanStandard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such nationalstandards may be obtained on application to the CEN Management Centre or to any CEN member.This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translationunder the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the CEN Management Centre has the same status as theofficial versions.CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland,France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal,Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATIONCOMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATIONEUROPÄISCHES KOMITEE FÜR NORMUNGManagement Centre: rue de Stassart, 36 2007 CENAll rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reservedworldwide for CEN national Members.B-1050 BrusselsRef. No. EN 485-2:2007: E

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)ContentsPageForeword.31Scope .42Normative references .43Requirements .444.14.24.3List of alloys with mechanical property limits.4General.4Elongation .5List of alloys and their mechanical properties .5Annex A (normative) Rules for rounding.63Annex B (informative) Explanation of temper designations used in Tables 1 to 46 based ondefinitions of EN 515 .64Bibliography .662

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)ForewordThis document (EN 485-2:2007) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 132 “Aluminium andaluminium alloys”, the secretariat of which is held by AFNOR.This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identicaltext or by endorsement, at the latest by October 2007, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn atthe latest by October 2007.This document supersedes EN 485-2:2004.Within its programme of work, Technical Committee CEN/TC 132 entrusted CEN/TC 132/WG 7 "Sheet, stripand plate" to revise EN 485-2:2004.EN 485 comprises the following parts under the general tittle, "Aluminium and aluminium alloys — Sheet, stripand plate". Part 1: Technical conditions for inspection and delivery Part 2: Mechanical properties Part 3: Tolerances on dimensions and form for hot-rolled products Part 4: Tolerances on shape and dimensions for cold-rolled productsBesides very slight editorial adjustments in the text and update of normative references, the followingtechnical changes have been made:Clauses 3 to 9:Have been moved to prEN 485-1.Tables 1 to 46:Due to the introduction of new alloys, the tables have been renumbered whennecessary.New alloys:EN AW-2618A; EN AW-5010; EN AW-5026; EN AW-5059; EN AW-5070; EN AW5088; EN AW-6025; EN AW-7010 added.Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patentrights. CEN shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.CEN/TC 132 affirms it is its policy that in the case when a patentee refuses to grant licences on standardisedstandard products under reasonable and not discriminatory conditions then this product shall be removed fromthe corresponding standard.According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the followingcountries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, CzechRepublic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.3

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)1ScopeThis document specifies the mechanical properties of wrought aluminium and wrought aluminium alloy sheet,strip and plate for general engineering applications.It does not apply to semi-finished rolled products in coiled form to be subjected to further rolling (reroll stock)or to special products such as corrugated, embossed, painted, sheets and strips or to special applicationssuch as aerospace, can stock, finstock, for which mechanical properties are specified in separate EuropeanStandards.The chemical composition limits of the alloys are specified in EN 573-3.Temper designations are defined in Annex B, in compliance with the provisions of EN 515.2Normative referencesThe following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For datedreferences, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenceddocument (including any amendments) applies.prEN 485-1, Aluminium and aluminium alloys — Sheet, strip and plate — Part 1: Technical conditions forinspection and deliveryEN 10002-1, Metallic materials — Tensile testing — Part 1: Method of test at ambient temperatureASTM G66, Visual Assessment of Exfoliation Corrosion Susceptibility of 5xxx Series Aluminium Alloys(ASSET test)ASTM G67, Standard Test Method for Determining the Susceptibility to Intergranular Corrosion of 5xxx seriesAluminium Alloys by mass loss after exposure to nitric acid (NAMLT test)3RequirementsThe mechanical properties shall be in conformity with those specified in Clause 4 or those agreed uponbetween purchaser and manufacturer and stated on order document.44.1List of alloys with mechanical property limitsGeneralTables 1 to 46 contain mechanical property limits values obtained by tensile testing according to EN 10002-1after sampling and after sample preparation according to prEN 485-1.They also contain values of bend radius and hardness following sampling and test methods as described inprEN 485-1. These values are for information only.For some alloys they contain provisions related to intergranular corrosion, exfoliation corrosion or stresscorrosion testing, see also prEN 485-1.4

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)4.2ElongationThe A50mm value is the elongation measured over a gauge length of 50 mm and expressed in percent.The A value for elongation is the elongation measured over a gauge length of 5,65S o (where So is the initialcross-sectional area of the test-piece), and expressed in percent.4.3List of alloys and their mechanical propertiesPageTable 1 — Aluminium EN AW-1050A [Al 99,5]7Table 2 — Aluminium EN AW-1070A [Al 99,7]9Table 3 — Aluminium EN AW-1080A [Al 99,8(A)]10Table 4 — Aluminium EN AW-1200 [Al 99,0]11Table 5 — Alloy EN AW-2014 [Al Cu4SiMg]13Table 6 — Alloy EN AW-2014A [Al Cu4SiMg(A)]14Table 7 — Alloy EN AW-2017A [Al Cu4MgSi(A)]15Table 8 — Alloy EN AW-2024 [Al Cu4Mg1]16Table 9 — Alloy EN AW-2618A [Al Cu2Mg1,5Ni]17Table 10 — Alloy EN AW-3003 [Al Mn1Cu]18Table 11 — Alloy EN AW-3004 [Al Mn1Mg1]20Table 12 — Alloy EN AW-3005 [Al Mn1Mg0,5]21Table 13 — Alloy EN AW-3103 [Al Mn1]22Table 14 — Alloy EN AW-3105 [Al Mn0,5Mg0,5]24Table 15 — Alloy EN AW-4006 [Al Si1Fe]25Table 16 — Alloy EN AW-4007 [Al Si1,5Mn]26Table 17 — Alloy EN AW-4015 [Al Si2Mn]26Table 18— Alloy EN AW-5005 [Al Mg1(B)], alloy EN AW-5005A [Al Mg1(C)]27Table 19 — Alloy EN AW-5010 [ AlMg 0,5Mn]29Table 20 — Alloy EN AW-5026 [AI Mg4,5 MnSiFe]30Table 21 — Alloy EN AW-5040 [Al Mg1,5Mn]30Table 22 — Alloy EN AW-5049 [Al Mg2Mn0,8]31Table 23 — Alloy EN AW-5050 [Al Mg1,5(C)]335

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 24 — Alloy EN AW-5052 [Al Mg2,5]35Table 25 — Alloy EN AW-5059 [Al Mg5,5MnZnZr]36Table 26 — Alloy EN AW-5070 [Al Mg4MnZn]37Table 27 — Alloy EN AW-5083 [Al Mg4,5Mn0,7]38Table 28 — Alloy EN AW-5086 [Al Mg4]40Table 29 — Alloy EN AW-5088 [AlMg5Mn0,4]41Table 30 — Alloy EN AW-5154A [Al Mg3,5(A)]42Table 31 — Alloy EN AW-5182 [Al Mg4,5Mn0,4]44Table 32 — Alloy EN AW-5251 [Al Mg2]45Table 33 — Alloy EN AW-5383 [Al Mg4,5Mn0,9]47Table 34 — Alloy EN AW-5449 [Al Mg2Mn0,8(B)]48Table 35 — Alloy EN AW-5454 [Al Mg3Mn]49Table 36 — Alloy EN AW-5754 [Al Mg3]51Table 37 — Alloy EN AW-6016 [Al Si1,2Mg0,4]53Table 38 — Alloy EN AW-6025 [Al Mg2,5SiMnCu]53Table 39 — Alloy EN AW-6061 [Al Mg1SiCu]54Table 40 — Alloy EN AW-6082 [Al Si1MgMn]55Table 41 — Alloy EN AW-7010 [Al Zn6MgCu]56Table 42 — Alloy EN AW-7020 [Al Zn4,5Mg1]58Table 43 — Alloy EN AW-7021 [Al Zn5,5Mg1,5]59Table 44 — Alloy EN AW-7022 [Al Zn5Mg3Cu]59Table 45 — Alloy EN AW-7075 [Al Zn5,5MgCu]60Table 46 — Alloy EN AW-8011A [Al FeSi(A)]626

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 1 — Aluminium EN AW-1050A [Al 12H12H14H16H18H19H22up toRp0,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.min.MPamax.min.max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 1,53,0659520260t0t203,06,0659520290,5 t0,5 t206,012,5659520351,0 t1,0 t2012,580,0659520 6,012,5753012,580,070250,20,5851256520,5 t0t280,51,5851256540,5 t0t281,53,0851256550,5 t0,5 t281,0 t1,0 t282,0 ,085125650,20,51051458521,0 t0t340,51,51051458521,0 t0,5 t341,53,01051458541,0 t1,0 t343,06,01051458551,5 t346,012,51051458562,5 t3412,525,0105145850,20,512016010010,5 t390,51,512016010021,0 t391,54,012016010031,5 t390,20,513512011,0 t4242429286340,51,514012022,0 t1,53,014012023,0 ,5851255540,5 t0t270,51,5851255550,5 t0t271,53,0851255560,5 t0,5 t273,06,08512555111,0 t1,0 t276,012,58512555122,0 t277

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 1 MPaRp0,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.MPaoverup ,06,06,0max.HBWa%A50 mmA180 90 31,0 t0t337541,0 t0,5 t331457551,0 t1,0 t331051457581,5 t1,5 t3312,51051457582,5 t330,20,51201609020,5 t380,51,51201609031,0 t381,54,01201609041,5 t380,20,514011021,0 t410,51,514011022,0 t411,53,014011033,0 t41For information only.

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 2 — Aluminium EN AW-1070A [Al O/H111H112H12H14H16H18H22H24H26aup toElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.min.max.min.max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 ,53,0609015290t0t183,06,0609015320,5 t0,5 t186,012,5609015350,5 t0,5 t1812,525,0609015 6,012,57012,525,0700,20,5801205550,5 t0t260,51,5801205560,5 t0t261,53,0801205570,5 t0,5 t263,06,0801205591,0 t266,012,58012055122,0 t260,20,51001407040,5 t0t320,51,51001407040,5 t0,5 t321,53,01001407051,0 t1,0 t323,06,01001407061,5 t326,012,51001407072,5 t320,20,51101509021,0 t0,5 t360,51,51101509021,0 t1,0 t361,54,01101509031,0 t1,0 t360,20,512510521,0 t400,51,512510522,0 t401,53,012510522,5 t400,20,5801205070,5 t0t260,51,5801205080,5 t0t261,53,08012050100,5 t0,5 t263,06,08012050121,0 t2620321820206,012,58012050152,0 t260,20,51001406050,5 t0t310,51,51001406060,5 t0,5 t311,53,01001406071,0 t1,0 t313,06,01001406091,5 t316,012,510014060112,5 t310,20,51101508030,5 t350,51,51101508031,0 t351,54,01101508041,0 t35For information only.9

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 3 — Aluminium EN AW-1080A [Al 22H24H26a10Rp0,2Specifiedthicknessup toElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.min.MPamax.min.max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 t181,53,0609015310t3,06,0609015350,5 t0,5 t186,012,5609015350,5 t0,5 t18 6,012,57012,525,0700,20,5801205550,5 t0t260,51,5801205560,5 t0t261,53,0801205570,5 t0,5 t263,06,0801205591,0 t2620206,012,58012055122,0 t260,20,51001407040,5 t0t320,51,51001407040,5 t0,5 t321,53,01001407051,0 t1,0 t323,06,01001407061,5 t326,012,51001407072,5 t320,20,51101509021,0 t0,5 t360,51,51101509021,0 t1,0 t361,54,01101509031,0 t1,0 t360,20,512510521,0 t40400,51,512510522,0 t1,53,012510522,5 t400,20,5805080,5 t0t260t260,5 t261200,51,5801205090,5 t1,53,08012050110,5 t3,06,08012050131,0 t266,012,58012050152,0 t260,20,51001406050,5 t0t310,51,51001406060,5 t0,5 t311,0 t1,0 t311,5 112,5 t350,20,51101508030,5 t0,51,51101508031,0 t351,54,01101508041,0 t35For information only.

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 4 — Aluminium EN AW-1200 [Al mmMPaMPa%overFaO/H111H112H12H14H16H18H19up tomin.max.min.max.A50 mmBend radiusaHardnessHBW aA180 90 231,53,07510525240t0t233,06,07510525280,5 t0,5 t236,012,57510525331,0 t1,0 t2312,580,07510525 6,012,5853512,580,080300,20,5951357520,5 t0t310,51,5951357540,5 t0t311,53,0951357550,5 t0,5 t313,06,0951357561,0 t1,0 t316,012,5951357582,0 t3112,540,095135750,20,51051559511,0 t0t370,51,51151559531,0 t0,5 t371,53,01151559541,0 t1,0 t373,06,01151559551,5 t1,5 t376,012,51151559062,5 t3712,525,0115155900,20,512017011010,5 t420,51,513017011521,0 t421,54,013017011531,5 t420,20,515013011,0 t450,51,515013022,0 t451,53,015013023,0 231626162483163711

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 4 p0,2Elongationmin.mmMPaMPa%Bend radiusaHardness180 90 HBW a40,5 t0t306550,5 t0t301356560,5 t0,5 t309513565101,0 t1,0 t3012,59513565102,0 t300,20,51151559031,0 t0t370,51,51151559041,0 t0,5 t371,53,01151559051,0 t1,0 t373,06,01151559071,5 t376,012,51151558592,5 t360,20,513017010520,5 t410,51,513017010531,0 t411,54,013017010541,5 t41overup ,06,0For information only.max.A50 mmA

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 5 — Alloy EN AW-2014 [Al essRmRp0,2Elongationmin.mmMPaMPa%max.A50 mm2201403,02203,06,06,0overup to 0,41,51,5min.max.min.Bend radiusaHardnessHBW aA180 90 120,5 t0t55140131,0 t1,0 t55220140161,5 t559,0220140162,5 t559,012,5220140164,0 t5512,525,0220 0,41,5395245141111,56,040024514112 0,41,5395240143,0 t b3,0 t b1101,56,0395240145,0 t b5,0 t b1106,012,5400250148,0 t b11212,540,04002501011240,0100,03952507111 0,46,0395230141106,012,54002351411112,525,0400235 0,41,544039010551211165,0 t b133b1331,56,044039077,0 t6,012,5450395710 t 60,03903402 0,412,544039012,525,045039571351336135Whenever a new application of this alloy is contemplated, and if this application involves special properties such as corrosionresistance, toughness, fatigue strength, it is strongly recommended that the user consult the producer in order to make a precise andappropriate selection of the material.aFor information only.bAppreciably smaller cold bend radii can be achieved immediately after quenching.13

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 6 — Alloy EN AW-2014A [Al Rp0,2Elongationmin.mmMPaMPa%overup tomin.max.min.max. 0,20,52351100,51,52351101,53,02353,06,0235 0,20,54002250,51,54002251,56,04006,012,512,5A50 mmBend radiusaHardnessHBW aA180 90 1,0 t55142,0 t55110162,0 t55110162,0 t553,0 t b110133,0 t b110225145,0 t 52507 0,20,54403805,0 t b1500,51,544038065,0 t b150b1501501,53,044038076,0 t3,06,044038086,0 t 04103504Whenever a new application of this alloy is contemplated, and if this application involves special properties such as corrosionresistance, toughness, fatigue strength, it is strongly recommended that the user consult the producer in order to make a precise andappropriate selection of the material.aFor information only.bAppreciably smaller cold bend radii can be achieved immediately after quenching.14

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 7 — Alloy EN AW-2017A [Al mRp0,2Elongationmin.mmMPaMPa%max.A50 mm2251453,02253,06,06,0overup to 0,41,51,5min.max.min.Bend radiusaHardnessHBW aA180 90 120,5 t0t55145141,0 t1,0 t55225145131,5 t559,0225145132,5 t559,012,5225145134,0 t5512,525,0225145 0,41,53902451255143,0 t b3,0 t b110bb1108,0 t ,03002002150,0180,03302202180,0200,03002002 ,0 t125,0 t109Whenever a new application of this alloy is contemplated, and if this application involves special properties such as corrosion resistance,toughness, fatigue strength, it is strongly recommended that the user consult the producer in order to make a precise and appropriateselection of the material.aFor information only.bAppreciably smaller cold bend radii can be achieved immediately after quenching.15

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 8 — Alloy EN AW-2024 [Al ssRmmmMPaElongationRp0,2MPa2201403,02203,06,06,0 0,41,51,5min.max.min.HBW a%A50 mmup toHardnessmin.max.overBend radiusaA180 90 120,5 t0t55140132,0 t1,0 t55220140133,0 t1,5 t559,0220140132,5 t559,012,5220140134,0 t5512,525,0220 0,41,5425275124,0 t1201,56,0425275145,0 t120 0,41,5435290124,0 t b4,0 t b123bb1235,0 t b1248,0 t b12411551,53,0435290144,0 t3,06,0440290145,0 t ,03602505104 0,46,0425260151196,012,54252601211912,525,0420260 2,525,0455400413725,040,04553954136 0,412,544034512,525,0435345854,0 t1181294128Whenever a new application of this alloy is contemplated, and if this application involves special properties such as corrosionresistance, toughness, fatigue strength, it is strongly recommended that the user consult the producer in order to make a precise andappropriate selection of the material.aFor information only.bAppreciably smaller cold bend radii can be achieved immediately after quenching.16

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 9 — Alloy EN AW-2618A [Al ,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.max.MPamin.max.HBW a%A50 mmAoverup tomin. ,04053654100,0140,03953604180 90 5No data available.17

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 10 — Alloy EN AW-3003 [Al 112H12H14H16H18H19H2218up toRp0,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.min.MPamax.min.max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 81,53,09513535200t0t283,06,09513535231,0 t1,0 t28241,5 t286,012,5951353512,550,09513535 6,012,51157012,580,0100400,20,51201609031,5 t0t380,51,51201609041,5 t0,5 t381,53,01201609051,5 t1,0 t383,06,01201609061,0 t386,012,51201609072,0 t3812,540,0120160900,20,514518512522,0 t0,5 t460,51,514518512522,0 t1,0 t461,53,014518512532,0 t1,0 t463,06,014518512542,0 t4652,5 50,20,517021015012,5 t1,0 t540,51,517021015022,5 t1,5 t541,54,017021015022,5 t2,0 t540,20,519017011,5 t600,51,519017022,5 t601,53,019017023,0 20,51201608061,0 t0t370,51,51201608071,0 t0,5 t371,53,01201608081,0 t5461,0 t3737373,06,01201608091,0 t6,012,512016080112,0 t

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 10 PaRp0,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.MPaoverup W a%A50 mmA180 90 41,5 t0,5 t4541,5 t1,0 t451,5 t1,0 t451,53,014518511553,06,014518511562,0 t456,012,514518511082,5 t450,20,517021014022,0 t1,0 t530,51,517021014032,0 t1,5 t531,54,017021014032,0 t2,0 t530,20,519016021,5 t590,51,519016022,5 t591,53,019016033,0 t59For information only.19

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 11 — Alloy EN AW-3004 [Al H12H14H16H18H19H22/H32H24/H34H26/H36H28/H38a20up toRp0,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.min.MPamax.min.max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 0t451,53,015520060150,5 t0t451,0 t1,0 t452,0 600,20,519024015521,5 t0t590,51,519024015531,5 t0,5 t591,53,019024015542,0 t1,0 t5914453,06,019024015551,5 t590,20,522026518012,5 t0,5 t670,51,522026518022,5 t1,0 t671,53,022026518022,5 t3,06,022026518030,20,524028520013,5 t0,51,524028520013,5 t1,54,024028520020,20,526023011,5 t800,51,526023012,5 20,519024014541,0 t0t580,51,519024014551,0 t0,5 t581,53,019024014561,5 t1,0 t581,5 t672,0 t671,0 t731,5 t732,5 t731,5 t583,06,019024014570,20,522026517032,0 t0,5 t660,51,522026517042,0 t1,0 t661,53,022026517042,0 t1,5 t660,20,524028519033,0 t1,0 t720,51,524028519033,0 t1,5 t722851,53,024019032,5 t720,20,526022021,5 t790,51,526022032,5 t79For information only.

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 12 — Alloy EN AW-3005 [Al 22H24H26H28aRp0,2Specifiedthicknessup toElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.min.MPamax.min.max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 0t331,53,011516545161,0 t0,5 t333,06,011516545191,0 t330,20,514519512531,5 t0t460,51,514519512541,5 t0,5 t461,53,014519512542,0 t1,0 t463,06,014519512551,5 t460,20,517021515012,5 t0,5 t540,51,517021515022,5 t1,0 t541,53,017021515021,5 t543,06,017021515032,0 t540,20,519524017511,0 t610,51,519524017521,5 t611,54,019524017522,5 t610,20,522020011,5 t690,51,522020022,5 20,514519511051,0 t0t450,51,514519511051,0 t0,5 t451,53,014519511061,5 t1,0 t453,06,014519511071,5 t450,20,517021513041,5 t0,5 t520,51,517021513041,5 t1,0 t521,53,017021513041,5 t520,20,519524016031,0 t600,51,519524016031,5 t601,53,019524016032,5 t600,20,522019021,5 t680,51,522019022,5 t681,53,0220190368For information only.21

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 13 — Alloy EN AW-3103 [Al 222Rp0,2Specifiedthicknessup toElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.min. 2,580,0900,20,590MPamax.min.13035max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 170t0t270t270t271,0 t271,5 t270,51,59013035190t1,53,09013035210t1,0 t3,06,09013035246,012,590130352812,550,09013035 6,012,511012,580,0950,20,51151558531,5 t0t360,51,51151558541,5 t0,5 t361,53,01151558551,5 t1,0 t363,06,01151558561,0 t366,012,51151558572,0 t3612,540,0115155850,20,514018012022,0 t0,5 t450,51,514018012022,0 t1,0 t451,53,014018012032,0 t1,0 t453,06,014018012042,0 t456,012,514018012052,5 t4512,525,01401801200,20,516020014512,5 t1,0 t510,51,516020014522,5 t1,5 t512,0 t511,5 t5170252710403418288365451,54,016020014522,5 t4,08,016020014522,0 t0,20,518516511,5 t580,51,518516522,5 t581,53,018516523,0 20,51151557561,0 t0t360,51,51151557571,0 t0,5 t361,53,01151557581,0 t1,0 t363,06,01151557591,0 t366,012,511515575112,0 t36

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 13 PaRp0,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.MPaoverup 3,06,06,0max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 41,5 t0,5 t4411041,5 t1,0 t4418011051,5 t1,0 t4414018011062,0 t4412,514018011082,5 t440,20,516020013522,0 t1,0 t500,51,516020013532,0 t1,5 t501,54,016020013532,0 t2,0 t500,20,518515521,5 t5858580,51,518515522,5 t1,53,018515533,0 tFor information only.23

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 14 — Alloy EN AW-3105 [Al H111H12H14H16H18H19H22H24H26H28a24up toRp0,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.min.MPamax.min.max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 1,53,010015540170,5 t290,20,513018010531,5 t410,51,513018010541,5 t411,53,013018010541,5 t410,20,515020013022,5 t480,51,515020013022,5 t481,53,015020013022,5 042,5 t470,51,515020012042,5 t471,53,015020012052,5 51503550,20,51951702610,51,5195170261For information only.

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 15 — Alloy EN AW-4006 [Al Si1Fe]TemperRmmmMPaup tomin.Fa 2,56,095O0,20,50,5H14T4 bRp0,2ElongationBend x.HBW a%A50 040220t283,06,09513040251,0 t280,20,51201609041,5 t380,51,51201609041,5 t381,53,01201609051,5 t380,20,514018012032,0 t450,51,514018012032,0 t451,53,014018012032,0 05518353,06,0120160552135180 90 For information only.bThe T4 temper is not normally supplied by the producers of wrought products such as circles, strips and sheets. It is obtained byrapid cooling after heating at a relatively elevated temperature, above 500 C. This thermal cycle is routinely achieved when enamellingthe finished products made out of this alloy, such as frying pans, pressure cookers, pans, etc.25

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 16 — Alloy EN AW-4007 [Al Rp0,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.overup tomin. 2,56,01100,20,50,5MPaA50 401801104440,51,51401801104441,53,0140180110544aNo data available.bFor information onlymax.HBW b%180 90 Table 17 — Alloy EN AW-4015 [Al Si2Mn]TemperSpecifiedthicknessRmmmMPaoverup toO/H1110,23,0H120,20,50,5H14H16H18ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.A50 2201502600,23,0200250180170No data available.For information only.max.HBW b%min.bmin.MPamax.a26Rp0,2180 90

www.mintaialuminum.comEN 485-2:2007 (E)Table 18 — Alloy EN AW-5005 [Al Mg1(B)], alloy EN AW-5005A [Al H12H14H16H18H19H22/H32up toRp0,2ElongationBend radiusaHardnessmin.min.MPamax.min.max.HBW a%A50 mmA180 90 0t291,53,010014535200,5 t0t293,06,010014535221,0 t1,0 t296,012,510014535241,5 t2912,550,0100145350,20,51251659521,0 t0t390,51,51251659521,0 t0,5 t391,53,01251659541,5 t1,0 t393,06,01251659551,0 t396,012,51251659572,0 t390,20,514518512022,0 t0,5 t480,51,514518512022,0 t1,0 t481,53,014518512032,5 t1,0 t483,06,014518512042,0 t486,012,514518512052,5 t480,20,516520514511,0 t520,51,516520514521,5 t521,53,016520514532,0 t523,04,016520514532,5 t520,20,518516511,5 t580,51,518516522,5 t581,53,018516523,0 20,51251658041,0 t0t38

EN 485-2:2007 (E) 5 4.2 Elongation The A 50mm value is the elongation measured over a gauge length of 50 mm and expressed in percent. The A value for elongation is the elongation measured over a gauge length of 5,65 S o (where So is the initial cross-sectional area of the test-piece), and expressed in percent.