Wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded rods/bars, tubes and profiles — Part 2: Mechanical properties

This document specifies the mechanical properties of wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy extruded rods/bars, tubes, and profiles for general engineering applications. It is applicable to extruded products.

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 6362-2
Fifth edition
2022-07
Wrought aluminium and aluminium
alloys — Extruded rods/bars, tubes
and profiles —
Part 2:
Mechanical properties
Aluminium et alliages d'aluminium corroyés — Barres, tubes et
profilés filés —
Partie 2: Caractéristiques mécaniques
Reference number
ISO 6362-2:2022(E)
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ISO 6362-2:2022(E)
Contents Page

Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Normative references ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions .................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

4 Tensile testing ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1

5 Mechanical properties ...................................................................................................................................................................................1

Annex A (normative) Rules for rounding .....................................................................................................................................................22

Annex B (informative) List of tempers used in Tables 1 to 3 ..................................................................................................23

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................25

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ISO 6362-2:2022(E)
Foreword

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www.iso.org/iso/foreword.html.

This document was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 79, Light metals and their alloys,

Subcommittee SC 6, Wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys.

This fifth edition cancels and replaces the fourth edition (ISO 6362-2:2014), which has been technically

revised. The main changes are as follows:

— in Clause 5, ISO 6362-7 and ISO 2107 have been added as references for the alloys and tempers listed

in this document;
— in Clause 5, alloys 2033, 3021 and 6026 have been added in Table 1;

— in Clause 5, tensile strength and 0,2 % proof stress of alloy 6061 have been aligned between Tables 1

and 3;

— in Clause 5, 0,2 % proof stress of alloy 6063 has been aligned between Tables 1 and 3;

— errors have been corrected and expressions modified throughout.
A list of all parts in the ISO 6362 series can be found on the ISO website.

Any feedback or questions on this document should be directed to the user’s national standards body. A

complete listing of these bodies can be found at www.iso.org/members.html.
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 6362-2:2022(E)
Wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded
rods/bars, tubes and profiles —
Part 2:
Mechanical properties
1 Scope

This document specifies the mechanical properties of wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy

extruded rods/bars, tubes, and profiles for general engineering applications.
It is applicable to extruded products.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

ISO 6362-1, Wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded rods/bars, tubes and profiles — Part 1:

Technical conditions for inspection and delivery

ISO 6892-1, Metallic materials — Tensile testing — Part 1: Method of test at room temperature

ASTM B557M, Standard Test Methods for Tension Testing Wrought and Cast Aluminum- and Magnesium-

Alloy Products
3 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO 6362-1 apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminology databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

— ISO Online browsing platform: available at https:// www .iso .org/ obp
— IEC Electropedia: available at https:// www .electropedia .org/
4 Tensile testing

The selection of the specimens and tensile testing shall be in accordance with ISO 6892-1 or

ASTM B557M.
5 Mechanical properties

Values for mechanical properties of aluminium and aluminium alloys are given in Tables 1 to 3.

For elongation, two different gauge lengths are used. The choice of the gauge length for elongation

measurements (A or A ) is at the discretion of the producer, unless otherwise agreed.

50mm

NOTE A is the percentage elongation on a gauge length of 5,65 S . A is the percentage elongation on a

o 50mm
gauge length of 50 mm.
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ISO 6362-2:2022(E)
Alloys mentioned in this document are listed in ISO 6362-7.

Temper designations used in this document are in accordance with ISO 2107. Test results shall be

rounded in accordance with the rules given in Annex A.
A list of tempers used in Tables 1 to 3 is given in Annex B.
Table 1 — Mechanical properties of rods/bars
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
1070 H112 All 55 — 15 — — —
1070A H112 All 60 — 20 — 25 23
1060 H112 3 ≤ D or S ≤ 30 60 — 30 — — 25
1050 H112 All 65 — 20 — — —
H112 D < 35 or S < 30 65 — 20 — 25 23
1050A
All 60 95 20 — 25 23
H111
1350 H112 All 60 — — — 25 23
D < 35 or S < 30 75 — 20 — 18 18
1100 H112
35 ≤ D or 30 ≤ S 75 — 20 — — —
D < 35 or S < 30 75 25 — 20 18
1200 H112 —
35 ≤ D or 30 ≤ S 75 20 — — —
T4 D or S ≤ 80 370 — 250 — 8 6
2007 T4510 80 < D or S ≤ 200 340 — 220 — 8 —
T4511 200 < D or S ≤ 250 330 — 210 — 7 —
T4 3 ≤ D or S ≤ 200 275 — 125 — 14 16
3 < D or S ≤ 75 310 — 230 — 8 10
2011
75 < D or S ≤ 160 295 — 195 — 6 8
T4 D ≤ 200, S ≤ 60 275 — 125 — 14 12
2011A D ≤ 75, S ≤ 60 310 — 230 — 8 6
75 < D ≤ 200 295 — 195 — 6 —
O All — 250 — 135 10 12
2014 T4510 All 345 — 240 — 10 12
T4511
T42 All 345 — 205 — — 12
D or S ≤ 12 410 — 365 — — 7
12 < D or S ≤ 19 440 — 400 — 6 7
19 < D or S, A ≤ 16 000 470 — 410 — 6 7
T6510
19 < D or S, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 470 — 400 — 6 6
T6511
19 < D or S, 20 000 < A ≤ 25 000 450 — 380 — 6 6
19 < D or S, 25 000 < A ≤ 30 000 430 — 365 — 6 6
D or S ≤ 19 410 — 365 — — 7
T62 19 < D or S, A ≤ 16 000 410 — 365 — — 7
19 < D or S, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 410 — 365 — — 6
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Table 1 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
O 10 < D or S ≤ 200 — 250 — 135 10 12
T4510 10 < D or S ≤ 200 345 — 240 — 10 12
2014A T4511
T6 12,5 < D or S ≤ 100 440 — 400 — 6 —
T6510 100 < D or S ≤ 120 430 — 350 — 6 —
T6511 120 < D or S ≤ 200 430 — 350 — 6 —
O All — 245 — 125 —- 16
T4 A ≤ 70 000 345 215 — 12
2017
— —
T42 70 000 < A ≤ 100 000 345 195 — 12
O 10 < D or S ≤ 100 — 250 — 150 10 —
f f
2017A T4 T4510 10 < D or S ≤ 80 390 — 265 — 10 —
T4511 80 < D or S ≤ 200 360 — 220 — 7 —
O All — 245 — 125 10 12
D or S ≤ 6 390 — 295 — — 12
6 < D or S ≤ 19 410 — 300 — 10 12
T3510
19 < D or S ≤ 38 450 — 310 — 8 10
T3511
38 < D or S, A ≤ 16 000 480 — 365 — 7 10
38 < D or S, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 470 — 335 — 7 8
D or S ≤ 6 390 — 295 — — 12
6 < D or S ≤ 19 410 — 305 — — 12
19 < D or S ≤ 38 450 — 315 — — 10
38 < D or S ≤ 100, A ≤ 16 000 480 — 365 — 8 10
2024 38 < D or S ≤ 100, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 470 — 335 — 8 8
38 < D or S ≤ 100, 20 000 < A ≤ 30 000 460 — 315 — 8 8
100 < D or S ≤ 200, A ≤ 16 000 480 — 365 — 6 10
100 < D or S ≤ 200, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 470 — 335 — 6 8
100 < D or S ≤ 200, 20 000 < A ≤ 30 000 460 — 315 — 6 8
D or S ≤ 19 390 — 265 — — 12
19 < D or S ≤ 38 390 — 265 — — 10
T42
38 < D or S, A ≤ 16 000 390 — 265 — — 10
38 < D or S, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 390 — 265 — — 8
T8510
T8511 10 < D or S ≤ 150 455 — 400 — 4 —
T81
T4 D or S ≤ 80 370 — 250 — 8 6
2030 T4510 80 < D or S ≤ 200 340 — 220 — 8 —
T4511 200 < D or S ≤ 250 330 — 210 — 7 —
D or S ≤ 80 370 250 8
2033 T6
80 < D or S ≤ 200 340 220 8
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Table 1 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
3102 H112 All 80 — 30 — 25 23
H112 All 95 — 35 — — —
3003 O
All 95 135 35 — 25 20
H111
H112 All 95 — 35 — 25 20
3103
All 95 135 35 — 25 20
H111
H112 All 100 — 40 — 18 16
5005
5005A D ≤ 80, S ≤ 60 100 150 40 — 18 16
H111
H112 D or S ≤ 200 250 — 110 — 14 12
5019 O
D or S ≤ 200 250 320 110 — 15 13
H111
5049 H112 All 180 — 80 — 15 13
H112 All 150 — 50 — 16 14
5051A O
All 150 200 50 — 18 16
H111
H112 All 160 — 60 — 16 14
5251
All 160 220 60 — 17 15
H111
H112 All 175 — 70 — — —
5052
O All 175 245 70 — — 20
H112 D or S ≤ 200 200 — 85 — 16 14
5154A O
D or S ≤ 200 200 275 85 — 18 16
H111
H112 All 215 — 100 — — 12
5454
D or S ≤ 200 200 275 85 — 18 16
H111
D or S ≤ 150 180 — 80 — 14 12
H112
150 < D or S ≤ 250 180 — 70 — 13 —
5754
D or S ≤ 150 180 250 80 — 17 15
H111
A ≤ 30 000 245 — 100 — — —
5056 H112 30 000 < A ≤ 70 000 225 — 80 — — —
70 000 < A ≤ 100 000 215 — 70 — — —
H112 D or S ≤ 130, A ≤ 20 000 275 — 140 — 12 12
5083
O D or S ≤ 130, A ≤ 20 000 275 355 110 — — 14
H112 D or S ≤ 250 240 — 95 — 12 10
5086
O D or S ≤ 200 240 320 95 — 18 15
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Table 1 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
3 ≤ D or S ≤ 7 195 — 165 — — 10
6101 T6 7 < D or S ≤ 17 195 — 165 — — 12
17 < D or S ≤ 30 175 — 145 — — 14
T7 3 ≤ D or S ≤ 17 135 — 110 — — 10
6101A T6 D or S ≤ 150 200 — 170 — 10 8
f,g
T6 S ≤ 15 215 — 160 — 8 6
6101B
f,h
T7 S ≤ 15 170 — 120 — 12 10
D or S ≤ 25 270 — 225 — 10 8
6005
T6 25 < D or S ≤ 50 270 — 225 — 8 —
6005A
50 < D or S ≤ 100 260 — 215 — 8 —
D or S ≤ 6 245 — 205 — — 8
6005C
6 < D or S ≤ 12 225 — 175 — — 8
T6 D or S ≤ 6 265 — 235 — — 8
T5 D or S ≤ 120 380 — 360 — 10 8
6110A
T6 D ≤ 120 or S ≤ 150 410 — 380 — 10 8
D or S ≤ 150 310 — 260 — 8 6
6012 T6510
150 < D or S ≤ 200 260 — 200 — 8 —
T6511
D or S ≤ 150 310 — 260 — 8 6
6018 T6510
150 < D or S ≤ 200 260 — 200 — 8 —
T6511
6023 T6510 D or S ≤ 150 320 — 270 — 10 8
T6511
D or S ≤ 140 370 300 8
6026 T6 140 < D or S ≤ 200 340 — 250 — 8 —
200 < D or S ≤ 250 300 200 8
D or S ≤ 200 — 160 — 110 14 12
H111
T4 D or S ≤ 200 205 — 110 — 14 12
D or S ≤ 20 295 — 250 — 8 6
20 < D or S ≤ 75 300 — 255 — 8 —
6351 T6 75 < D or S ≤ 150 310 — 260 — 8 —
150 < D or S ≤ 200 280 — 240 — 6 —
200 < D or S ≤ 250 270 — 200 — 6 —
T4 D or S ≤ 150 120 — 60 — 16 14
T5 D or S ≤ 150 160 — 120 — 8 6
T6 D or S ≤ 100 190 — 150 — 10 8
6060
T64 D or S ≤ 50 180 — 120 — 12 10
T66 D or S ≤ 150 215 — 160 — 8 6
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ISO 6362-2:2022(E)
Table 1 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
T4 D or S ≤ 150 110 — 50 — 16 14
T5 D or S ≤ 150 150 — 110 — 8 6
6360
T6 D or S ≤ 150 185 — 140 — 8 6
T66 D or S ≤ 150 195 — 150 — 8 6
O All — 145 — 110 — 16
All 180 — 110 — 14 16
T4511
6061 T42 All 175 — 85 — — 16
D or S ≤ 6 260 — 240 — 7 8
T62
6 < D or S 260 — 240 — 9 10
T6511
D or S ≤ 100 — 170 — 120 14 12
H111
6261 T4 D or S ≤ 100 180 — 100 — 14 12
D or S ≤ 20 290 — 245 — 8 7
20 < D or S ≤ 100 290 — 245 — 8 —
6262 T6 D or S ≤ 200 260 — 240 — 10 8
6262A T6 D ≤ 220 or S ≤ 155 260 — 240 — 10 8
D or S ≤ 200 — 130 — — 18 16
H111
D or S ≤ 12 120 — 60 — — 12
T1
12 < D or S ≤ 25 110 — 55 — — 12
D or S ≤ 150 130 — 65 — 14 12
6063 T4
150 < D or S ≤ 200 120 — 65 — 12 —
D or S ≤ 12 150 — 110 — 7 8
T5
12 < D or S ≤ 25 145 — 105 — 7 8
D or S ≤ 3 205 — 170 — — 8
T6
3 < D or S ≤ 25 205 — 170 — 9 10
T66 D or S ≤ 200 245 — 200 — 10 8
D or S ≤ 200 — 150 — — 16 14
H111
D or S ≤ 150 150 — 90 — 12 10
6063A T4
150 < D or S ≤ 200 140 — 90 — 10 —
T5 D or S ≤ 200 200 — 160 — 7 5
D or S ≤ 150 230 — 190 — 7 5
T6
150 < D or S ≤ 200 220 — 160 — 7 —
T4 D or S ≤ 150 125 — 75 — 14 12
6463 T5 D or S ≤ 150 150 — 110 — 8 6
T6 D or S ≤ 150 195 — 160 — 10 8
6065 T6 D ≤ 220 or S ≤ 155 260 — 240 — 10 8
6081 T6 D or S ≤ 250 275 — 240 — 8 6
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Table 1 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
D or S ≤ 200 — 160 — 110 14 12
H111
6082 T4 10 ≤ D or S ≤ 80 205 — 110 — 14 14
10 ≤ D ≤ 60 or 10 ≤ S ≤ 50 310 — 260 — 8 7
60 < D ≤ 150 or 50 < S ≤ 150 300 — 240 — 8 —
T4 D ≤ 220 or S ≤ 155 205 — 110 — 12 10
9 < D or S ≤ 100 360 — 330 — 9 7
f,i
6182 T6 100 < D or S ≤ 150 330 — 300 — 8 6
150 < D or S ≤ 220 280 — 240 — 6 4
D or S ≤ 12 285 — 245 — — 10
12 < D or S ≤ 25 275 — 235 — — 10
7003
D or S ≤ 50 350 — 290 — 10 8
50 < D or S ≤ 150 340 — 280 — 10 8
O All — 245 — 145 — 12
7204 T4 All 315 — 195 — — 11
T6 All 335 — 275 — — 10
D or S ≤ 50 350 — 290 — 10 8
7005 T6
50 < D or S ≤ 200 340 — 270 — 10 —
7108 T6 D or S ≤ 100 310 — 260 — 10 8
T6 D or S ≤ 200 310 — 260 — 12 10
D or S ≤ 50 350 — 290 — 10 8
7108A
T66
50 < D or S ≤ 200 340 — 275 — 10 —
D or S ≤ 50 350 — 290 — 10 8
7020 T6
50 < D or S ≤ 200 340 — 275 — 10 —
7021 T6 D or S ≤ 40 410 — 350 — 10 8
D or S ≤ 80 490 — 420 — 7 5
7022 T6510
80 < D or S ≤ 200 470 — 400 — 7 —
T6511
D or S ≤ 100 610 — 530 — 5 4
100 < D or S ≤ 125 560 — 500 — 5 —
7049A T6510
125 < D or S ≤ 150 520 — 430 — 5 —
T6511
150 < D or S ≤ 180 450 — 400 — 3 —
T73511 D or S ≤ 125, A ≤ 20 000 485 — 415 — 7 8
7050 T74511 D or S ≤ 76 505 — 435 — — 7
T76510 D or S ≤ 127 545 — 475 — — 7
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ISO 6362-2:2022(E)
Table 1 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
O A ≤ 20 000 — 275 — 165 9 10
D or S ≤ 6 540 — 480 — — 7
T6 6 ≤ D or S ≤ 75 560 — 500 — 6 7
T62 75 < D or S ≤ 110, A ≤ 13 000 560 — 490 — 5 7
T6510 75 < D or S ≤ 110, 13 000 < A ≤ 20 000 540 — 480 — 5 7
T6511 110 < D or S ≤ 130, A ≤ 20 000 540 — 470 — 5 6
130 < D or S ≤ 150 500 — 440 — 5 —
7075 10 < D or S ≤ 25 485 — 420 — 7 —
25 < D or S ≤ 50 475 — 405 — 7 —
T73
50 < D or S ≤ 70 475 — 405 — 7 —
70 < D or S ≤ 100 470 — 390 — 6 —
D or S ≤ 25 485 — 420 — 7 5
T73510 25 < D or S ≤ 75 475 — 405 — 7 —
T73511 75 < D or S ≤ 100 470 — 390 — 6 —
100 < D or S ≤ 150 440 — 360 — 6 —
D (mm) = diameter for round bar.

S (mm) = width across flats for square and hexagonal bar, thickness for rectangular bar.

A (mm ) = cross-section area.
Electrical conductivity γ ≥ 35,4 MS/m.

The material of temper grade O shall be a basis for materials of temper grades T42 or T62. When requested by the pur-

chaser, the capability to achieve T42 or T62 properties after appropriate heat treatment is demonstrated.

The mechanical properties of temper grade T42 shall be applied only when the material of temper grade O has been

naturally age-hardened after solution treatment by the purchaser. If the material is cold or hot worked prior to solution

treatment by the purchaser, its mechanical properties can be lower than the specified values.

The mechanical properties of temper grade T62 shall be applied only when the material of temper grade O has been

artificially age-hardened after solution treatment by the purchaser. If the material is cold or hot worked prior to solution

treatment by the purchaser, its mechanical properties can be lower than the specified values.

Applicable for those after extrusion followed by controlled cooling at a rate rapid enough to hold constituents in solution.

Electrical conductivity γ ≥ 30 MS/m.
Electrical conductivity γ ≥ 32 MS/m.

Properties obtained by the user, however, can be lower than those listed if the material has been formed or otherwise

cold or hot worked, particularly in the annealed temper, prior to normal solution heat treatment.

The mechanical properties of temper grade T4 are the values specified, based on reference values obtained by one

month of natural ageing at room temperature (approximately 20 °C) after solution treatment.

In the case of the tensile test made before completion of one month of natural ageing, the tensile performance of temper

grade T4 can be deemed as guaranteed if the test result of the test piece which has been artificially aged after solution

treatment is confirmed to satisfy the tensile performance of temper grade T6.

For materials of thickness 20 mm or above, see ISO 6362-1, with respect to stress corrosion cracking resistance.

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Table 2 — Mechanical properties of tubes
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
1070 H112 All 55 — 15 — — —
1050 H112 All 65 — 20 — — —
H112 All 60 — 20 — 25 23
1050A
O,H111 All 60 95 20 — 25 23
1350 H112 All 60 — — — 25 23
1100
H112 All 75 — 20 — — 25
1200
2007 T4510 t ≤ 25 370 — 250 — 8 6
T4511
2011
T6 t ≤ 25 310 — 230 — 6 4
2011A
O All — 245 — 125 — 12
T4 All 345 — 245 — — 12
T42 All 345 — 205 — — 12
T4510
t ≤ 20 370 — 230 — 11 10
T4511
t ≤ 12 410 — 365 — — 7
12 < t ≤ 19 440 — 400 — — 7
19 < t, A ≤ 16 000 470 — 410 — — 7
2014 T6
19 < t, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 470 — 400 — — 6
19 < t, 20 000 < A ≤ 25 000 450 — 380 — — 6
19 < t, 25 000 < A ≤ 30 000 430 — 365 — — 6
t ≤ 19 410 — 365 — — 7
T62 19 < t, A ≤ 16 000 410 — 365 — — 7
19 < t, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 410 — 365 — — 6
T6510 t ≤ 10 415 — 370 — 7 5
T6511 10 < t ≤ 40 450 — 400 — 6 4
t ≤ 20 — 250 — 135 12 10
H111
2014A T4510 t ≤ 20 370 — 230 — 11 10
T4511
t ≤ 10 415 — 370 — 7 5
T6510
10 < t ≤ 40 450 — 400 — 6 4
T6511
O All — 245 — 125 — 16
2017 T4 A ≤ 70 000 345 — 215 — — 12
T42 70 000 < A ≤ 100 000 335 — 195 — — 12
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ISO 6362-2:2022(E)
Table 2 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
t ≤ 20 — 250 — 135 12 10
H111
2017A T4
t ≤ 10 380 — 260 — 12 10
T4510
10 < t ≤ 75 400 — 270 — 10 8
T4511
O All — 245 — 125 — 12
T3510 t ≤ 30 420 — 290 — 8 6
T3511
T4 t ≤ 6 390 — 295 — — 10
6 < t ≤ 19 410 — 305 — — 10
19 < t ≤ 38 450 — 315 — — 10
2024
38 < t, A ≤ 16 000 480 — 335 — — 10
38 < t, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 470 — 315 — — 8
38 < t, 20 000 < A ≤ 30 000 460 — 315 — — 8
t ≤ 19 390 — 265 — — 12
19 < t ≤ 38 390 — 265 — — 10
T42
38 < t, A ≤ 16 000 390 — 265 — — 10
38 < t, 16 000 < A ≤ 20 000 390 — 265 — — 8
T8510 t ≤ 30 455 — 380 — 5 4
T8511
2030 T4510 t ≤ 25 370 — 250 — 8 6
T4511
3021 H112 All 80 — 20 — — 25
3102 H112 All 80 — 30 — 25 23
3003
H112 All 95 — 35 — — —
3203
H112 All 95 — 35 — 25 20
3103
All 95 135 35 — 25 20
H111
H112 All 100 — 40 — 18 16
5005
5005A t ≤ 20 100 150 40 — 20 18
H111
H112 t ≤ 30 250 — 110 — 14 12
5019
t ≤ 30 250 320 110 — 15 13
H111
5049 H112 All 180 — 80 — 15 13
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Table 2 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
H112 All 150 — 60 — 16 14
5051A
All 150 200 60 — 18 16
H111
H112 All 160 — 60 — 16 14
5251 O
All 160 220 60 — 17 15
H111
H112 All 175 — 70 — — —
5052
O All 175 245 70 — — 20
H112 All 205 — 75 — — —
5154
O All 205 285 75 — — —
H112 t ≤ 25 200 — 85 — 16 14
5154A O
t ≤ 25 200 275 85 — 18 16
H111
H112 t ≤ 130, A ≤ 20 000 215 — 85 — — 12
5454
O t ≤ 130, A ≤ 20 000 215 285 85 — — 14
H112 t ≤ 25 180 — 80 — 14 12
5754
t ≤ 25 180 250 80 — 17 15
H111
A ≤ 30 000 245 — 100 — — —
5056 H112 30 000 < A ≤ 70 000 225 — 80 — — —
70 000 < A ≤ 100 000 215 — 70 — — —
H112 A ≤ 20 000 275 — 110 — — 12
5083
O A ≤ 20 000 275 355 110 — — 14
H112 All 240 — 95 — 12 10
5086
All 240 320 95 — 18 15
H111
3 ≤ t ≤ 12 195 — 165 — — 10
6101 T6
12 < t ≤ 16 175 — 145 — — 14
6101A T6 t ≤ 25 200 — 170 — 10 8
e,f
T6 t ≤ 15 215 — 160 — 8 6
6101B
e,g
T7 t ≤ 15 170 — 120 — 12 10
6005 t ≤ 5 270 — 225 — 8 6
6005A 5 < t ≤ 10 260 — 215 — 8 6
t ≤ 6 245 — 205 — — 8
6005C
6 < t ≤ 12 225 — 175 — — 8
T6 t ≤ 6 265 — 235 — — 8
T4 t ≤ 10 180 — 90 — 15 13
t ≤ 5 270 — 225 — 8 6
6008
5 < t ≤ 10 260 — 215 — 8 6
T4 t ≤ 25 320 — 220 — 16 14
6110A
T6 t ≤ 25 380 — 360 — 10 8
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Table 2 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
6012 T6510 t ≤ 30 310 — 260 — 8 6
T6511
T4 t ≤ 10 140 — 70 — 15 13
t ≤ 5 250 — 200 — 8 6
6014
5 < t ≤ 10 225 — 180 — 8 6
6018 T6510 t ≤ 30 310 — 260 — 8 6
T6511
t ≤ 25 — 160 — 110 14 12
H111
6351 T4 t ≤ 25 205 — 110 — 14 12
t ≤ 5 290 — 250 — 8 6
5 < t ≤ 25 300 — 255 — 10 8
T4 t ≤ 15 120 — 60 — 16 14
T5 t ≤ 15 160 — 120 — 8 6
6060 T6 t ≤ 15 190 — 150 — 8 6
T64 t ≤ 15 180 — 120 — 12 10
T66 t ≤ 15 215 — 160 — 8 6
T4 t ≤ 15 110 — 50 — 16 14
T5 t ≤ 15 150 — 120 — 8 6
6360 T6 t ≤ 15 185 — 140 — 8 6
T66 t ≤ 15 195 — 150 — 8 6
O All — 145 — 110 — 16
T4 All 175 — 110 — — 16
6061 T42 All 175 — 85 — — 16
T6 t ≤ 6 260 — 240 — — 8
T62 6 < t 260 — 240 — — 10
t ≤ 10 — 170 — 120 14 12
H111
T4 t ≤ 10 180 — 100 — 14 12
t ≤ 5 270 — 230 — 8 7
6261 T5
5 < t ≤ 10 260 — 220 — 9 8
t ≤ 5 290 — 245 — 8 7
5 < t ≤ 10 290 — 245 — 9 8
6262 T6 t ≤ 25 260 — 240 — 10 8
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Table 2 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
t ≤ 25 — 130 — — 18 16
H111
t ≤ 12 120 — 60 — — 12
T1
12 < t ≤ 25 110 — 55 — — 12
t ≤ 10 130 — 65 — 14 12
6063 T4
10 < t ≤ 25 120 — 65 — 12 10
t ≤ 12 155 — 110 — — 8
T5
12 < t ≤ 25 145 — 110 — — 8
t ≤ 3 205 — 170 — — 8
T6
3 < t ≤ 25 205 — 170 — — 10
T66 t ≤ 25 245 — 200 — 10 8
t ≤ 25 — 150 — — 16 14
H111
t ≤ 10 150 — 90 — 12 10
6063A T4
10 < t ≤ 25 140 — 90 — 10 8
T5 t ≤ 25 200 — 160 — 7 5
T6 t ≤ 25 230 — 190 — 7 5
6463 T6 t ≤ 25 195 — 160 — 10 8
6081 T6 t ≤ 25 275 — 240 — 8 6
t ≤ 25 — 160 — 110 14 12
H111
6082 T4 t ≤ 25 205 — 110 — 14 12
t ≤ 5 290 — 250 — 8 6
5 < t ≤ 25 310 — 260 — 10 8
≤ 12 285 — 245 — — 10
12 < t ≤ 25 275 — 235 — — 10
7003
t ≤ 10 350 — 290 — 10 8
10 < t ≤ 25 340 — 280 — 10 8
O 1,6 ≤ t ≤ 12 — 245 — 145 — 12
7204 T4 1,6 ≤ t ≤ 12 315 — 195 — — 11
1,6 ≤ t ≤ 6 325 — 235 — — 10
6 < t ≤ 12 335 — 255 — -— 10
7005 T6 t ≤ 15 350 — 290 — 10 8
7108 T6 t ≤ 20 310 — 260 — 10 8
T6 t ≤ 20 310 260 12 10
7108A
T66 t ≤ 20 350 290 10 8
7020 T6 t ≤ 15 350 — 290 — 10 8
7021 T6 t ≤ 10 410 — 350 — 10 8
7022 T6510 t ≤ 30 490 — 420 — 7 5
T6511
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ISO 6362-2:2022(E)
Table 2 (continued)
Tensile 0,2 % proof Elongation
strength stress min.
R R
m p0,2
Alloy Temper Dimensions
MPa MPa
A A
50mm
min. max. min. max.
% %
7049A T6510 t ≤ 30 610 — 530 — 5 4
T6511
T73511 t or D ≤ 125, A ≤ 20 000 485 — 415 — 7 8
7050 T74511 t ≤ 76 505 — 435 — — 7
T76510 t or D ≤ 127 545 — 475 — — 7
O All — 275 — 165 — 10
T6 t ≤ 6 540 — 480 — — 7
T62 6 < t ≤ 75 560 — 500 — — 7
t ≤ 5 540 — 485 — 8 6
T6510
7075 5 < t ≤ 10 560 — 505 — 7 5
T6511
10 < t ≤ 50 560 — 495 — 6 4
T73 t ≤ 5 470 — 400 — 7 5
T73510 5 < t ≤ 25 485 — 420 — 8 6
T73511 25 < t ≤ 50 475 — 405 — 8 —
t (mm) = wall thickness.
D (mm) = outside diameter.
A (mm ) = cross-section area.

The material of temper grade O shall be a basis for materials of temper grades T42 or T62. When requested by the pur-

chaser, the capability to achieve T42 and T62 properties after appropriate heat treatment is demonstrated.

The mechanical properties of temper grade T42 shall be applied only when the material of temper grade O has been

naturally age-hardened after solution treatment by the purchaser. If the material is cold or hot worked prior to solution

treatment by the purchaser, its mechanical properties can be lower than the specified values.

The mechanical properties of temper grade T62 shall be applied only when the material of temper grade O has been

artificially age-hardened after solution treatment by the purchaser. If the material is cold or hot worked prior to solution

treatment by the purchaser, its mechanical properties can be lower than the specified values.

Applicable for those after extrusion followed by controlled cooling at a rate rapid enough to hold constituents in solu-

tion.
Electrical conductivity γ ≥ 30 MS/m.
Electrical conductivity γ ≥ 32 MS/m.

The mechanical properties of temper grade T4 are the values specified, based on reference values obtained by one

month of natural ageing at room temperature (approximately 20 °C) after solution treatment.

In the case of the tensile test made before completion of one month of natural ageing, the tensile performance of temper

grade T4 can be deemed as guaranteed if the test result of the test piece which has been artificially aged after solution

treatment is confirmed to satisfy the tensile performance of temper grade T6.

For materials of thickness 20 mm or above, see ISO 6362-1, with respect to stress corrosion cracking resistance.

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Table 3 — Mechanical properties of profiles
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