Wrought aluminum alloys, due to their ubiquity in industry and manufacturing, can be found in almost every type of application you can imagine; this is especially true when high performance alloys are required. For example, in the aerospace industry, 7075 aluminum alloy profiles
are commonly used in aircraft wings and fuselages, and the high strength is ideal for these applications. Very similar to 7075 aluminum alloy profiles, 2024 is suitable for applications requiring high cyclic fatigue strength. While 7075 is suitable for applications requiring high stress-strain resistance.
In the transportation sector, automobiles and motorcycles rely heavily on aluminium profiles; the material is lightweight and improves fuel efficiency. Meanwhile, aluminum is used in both train and subway cars because of its strength and environmental advantages as well as its aesthetic appearance.
In the construction industry. Those applications where extrusions can be used, be it window frames or structural fixtures for glass facades that symbolize modern skyscrapers, can be made from aluminium profiles. For example: 6063 aluminum alloy, this alloy has medium strength, good corrosion resistance, weldability and machinability. It is also very suitable for cnc machining, machining. By tempering the alloy, greater strength can be obtained. Common tempering options for this alloy are T5, T6 and T832. 6063 aluminum alloy is commonly used in architectural doors and windows, curtain walls, and various industrial aluminum profiles. 6061 aluminum alloy is often referred to as "structural" aluminum. It is also commonly used in construction, usually in extruded aluminum rods, tubes, rods. It is also highly versatile and can also be used for bike racks, electrical accessories and radiators.
Other examples of applications that feature wrought aluminum include aluminum radiators, railings, racks, mechanical components, irrigation pipes, electrical and electronic equipment accessories, furniture accessories, and more.