This document specifies a gravimetric method for determining the mass per unit area (surface density) of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys.
The method is applicable to all oxidation coatings formed by anodizing aluminium and its alloys, either cast or wrought, and is suitable for most aluminium alloys, except those in which the mass fraction of copper is greater than 6 %.
NOTE 1  A high content of copper in the alloy can lead to increased dissolution of the substrate aluminium.
NOTE 2  If the thickness is known with sufficient precision (for example, using the method specified in ISO 2128), the determination of the mass per unit area (surface density) of the coatings will enable its apparent density to be calculated. Conversely, if the conditions of application of the coating and its density are known, the determination of its mass per unit area (surface density) can permit the calculation of the average mass and an approximate evaluation of the thickness (see Clause 9).

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This document specifies test methods for the determination of the breakdown voltage and withstand voltage of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys, on flat or near-flat surfaces and on round wire. The methods are applicable to anodic oxidation coatings used primarily as electrical insulators.
The methods are not applicable to coatings in the vicinity of cut edges, the edges of holes, or sharp changes of angle on, for example, extruded shapes.
NOTE 1    Breakdown voltage and withstand voltage are affected by relative humidity.
NOTE 2    The methods described do not give satisfactory results for unsealed coatings because they are affected by the humidity in particular.

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This document describes the criteria and the procedure for analysing aluminium and aluminium alloys with spark optical emission spectrometry (S-OES). The scope of this document covers the following:
-   sample preparation;
-   operational guidelines for an optical emission spectrometer (including maintenance);
-   traceability of the analytical results to the International System of units: mass (kg);
-   assessing the uncertainty associated with each analytical result.
This document refers to simultaneous spark emission spectrometers for the analysis of solid samples.
It applies to the determination of silicon, iron, copper, manganese, magnesium, chromium, nickel, zinc, titanium, boron, gallium, vanadium, beryllium, bismuth, calcium, cadmium, cobalt, lithium, sodium, phosphorus, lead, antimony, tin, strontium and zirconium in aluminium and aluminium alloys.
Elements other than those listed above may be analysed on the condition that:
a) suitable reference materials are available; and
b) the instrument is suitably calibrated and equipped.
In the case of determining mercury, for compliance purposes an alternate method with a limit of quantification < 0,000 1 % is recommended as its detection is compromised by intense iron interference at 253,65 nm.
The test result obtained from a spark optical emission spectrometer generally concerns an amount of less than one milligram per spark spot. The result can be used to refer to the laboratory test sample, to the aluminium or aluminium alloy melt or to the cast product.

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This document specifies an empirical method for assessing the resistance of anodic oxidation coatings to cracking by deformation.
The method is applicable particularly to sheet material with anodic oxidation coatings of thickness less than 5 µm, and is useful for development purposes.
NOTE       If the test specimen is thick, more than 5 µm of coating can be measured (see Clause 9).

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This document specifies a grid rating system that provides a means of defining levels of performance of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys that have been subjected to corrosion tests.
This rating system is applicable to pitting corrosion resulting from
—          accelerated tests,
—          exposure to corrosive environments, and
—          practical service tests.
This document takes into account only pitting corrosion of the basis metal resulting from penetration of the protective anodic oxidation coating.
NOTE 1    ISO 8993[1] describes a similar rating system based on defined chart scales.
NOTE 2    The grid rating system is frequently used for rating the results of short-term corrosion tests for relatively thin anodic oxidation coating, such as those used in the automotive industry.

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This document specifies a chart rating system based on standard charts that provides a means of defining levels of performance of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys that have been subjected to corrosion tests.
This rating system is applicable to pitting corrosion resulting from
—          accelerated tests,
—          exposure to corrosive environments, and
—          practical service tests.
This document takes into account only pitting corrosion resulting from penetration of the protective anodic oxidation coating.

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This European Standard 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 applications such as aerospace, can stock, finstock, for which mechanical properties are specified in separate European Standards.
The chemical composition limits of the alloys are specified in EN 573 3. Temper designations are defined in EN 515.

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This document specifies a method for checking the continuity of thin anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys by a copper sulfate contact test.
The use of this method is limited to anodic oxidation coatings of thickness less than 5 µm or coatings that have been deformed, which includes those produced by coil anodizing techniques.
NOTE       The method described enables a rapid check to be made for the continuity of a thin coating of aluminium oxidation on aluminium and its alloys. In cases of doubt regarding a visible fault on the surface of a coating, the use of this method makes it possible to verify whether the fault corresponds to a local gap in the coating that exposes bare metal.

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This document specifies a comparative method for the determination of the fastness of coloured anodic oxidation coatings to ultraviolet (UV) light and heat.
The method is not suitable for testing coloured anodic oxidation coatings that are heat sensitive.
NOTE       Dark-coloured test specimens will normally reach the highest temperatures.

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This document specifies the following tests:
a)    abrasive-wheel-wear test, determining the abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings with abrasive wheel on flat specimens of aluminium and its alloys;
b)    abrasive jet test, determining the comparative abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings with jet of abrasive particles on anodic oxidation coatings of aluminium and its alloys;
c)    falling sand abrasion test, determining the abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings with falling sand on thin anodic oxidation coatings of aluminium and its alloys.
The use of abrasive-wheel-wear test and abrasive jet test for coatings produced by hard anodizing is described in ISO 10074.

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ISO 10215:2018 specifies a visual method for determining the image clarity of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys, using a chart scale and a lightness scale, which are defined. The method is applicable only to flat surfaces that can reflect the image of the chart scale pattern.

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ISO 7599:2018 specifies a method for specifying decorative and protective anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium (including aluminium-based alloys). It defines the characteristic properties of anodic oxidation coatings, lists methods of test for checking the characteristic properties, provides minimum performance requirements, and gives information on the grades of aluminium suitable for anodizing and the importance of pretreatment to ensure the required appearance or texture of the finished work.
It is not applicable to
a)    non-porous anodic oxidation coatings of the barrier layer type,
b)    anodic oxidation coatings produced by chromic acid or phosphoric acid anodizing,
c)    anodic oxidation coatings intended merely to prepare the substrate for subsequent application of organic coatings or for the electrodeposition of metals, and
d)    hard anodic oxidation coatings used mainly for engineering purposes, for which abrasion and wear resistance are the primary characteristics (see ISO 10074).

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ISO 2931:2017 specifies a method for assessing the quality of sealed anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys by measurement of the admittance.
The method is applicable to anodic oxidation coatings sealed in an aqueous medium.
NOTE 1    Results obtained from anodic oxidation coatings sealed by different methods, e.g. hydrothermal sealing and cold sealing, are not necessarily comparable.
NOTE 2    Results obtained from anodic oxidation coatings on alloys containing more than 2 % silicon or 5 % manganese or 3 % magnesium are not comparable with results obtained from anodic oxidation coatings on more dilute alloys.
The method is suitable for use as a production-control test and as an acceptance test where there is agreement between the anodizer and the customer.
Any type of anodized component can be tested by the method described, provided that there is a sufficient area (a circle of diameter about 20 mm) and that the film thickness is greater than 3 µm.

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ISO 3210:2017 specifies methods of assessing the quality of sealed anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys by measurement of the loss of mass after immersion in acid solution(s).
It consists of the following two methods.
-      Method 1: Assessment of quality of sealed anodic oxidation coatings by measurement of the loss of mass after immersion in a phosphoric acid based solution without prior acid treatment.
-      Method 2: Assessment of quality of sealed anodic oxidation coatings by measurement of the loss of mass after immersion in a phosphoric acid based solution with prior acid treatment.
Method 1 is applicable to anodic oxidation coatings intended for decorative or protective purposes or where resistance to staining is important.
Method 2 is applicable to anodic oxidation coatings intended for outdoor architectural purposes. For less severe applications, Method 1 can be more suitable.
The methods are not applicable to the following:
-      hard-type anodic oxidation coatings which normally are not sealed;
-      anodic oxidation coatings that have been sealed only in dichromate solutions;
-      anodic oxidation coatings produced in chromic acid solutions;
-      anodic oxidation coatings that have undergone treatment to render them hydrophobic.
NOTE 1    The methods assess the quality of hydrothermal sealing applied to anodized aluminium. They can be appropriate for other sealing methods.
NOTE 2    The methods are destructive and can serve as reference methods in case of doubt or dispute regarding the results of the test for loss of absorptive power (see ISO 2143) or the measurement of admittance (see ISO 2931).

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ISO 2143 specifies a method of estimating the loss of absorptive power of anodic oxidation coatings that have undergone a sealing treatment, by dye absorption after acid pretreatment.
The method is suitable for use as a production control method and can be applicable to anodic oxidation coatings which may be subjected to weathering or aggressive environments, or where resistance to staining is important.
The method is not applicable to those coatings that
a)    are formed on alloys containing more than 2 % copper or 4 % silicon,
b)    are sealed by the dichromate process,
c)    have been given supplementary processing, e.g. oiling, waxing or lacquering,
d)    are coloured in deep shades, and
e)    are less than 3 μm thickness.
The method is less appropriate where nickel or cobalt salts, or organic additives, have been added to baths used for hydrothermal sealing.

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This European Standard establishes temper designations for all forms of wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys and for continuously cast aluminium and aluminium alloys drawing stock and strip intended to be wrought.
NOTE   Some of these temper designations may be subject of patent or patent applications and their listing herein is not to be construed in any way as the granting of a license under such patent right.
Additional temper designations, conforming to this standard, may be standardized with CEN/TC 132 and AECMA/5 provided:
-   the temper is used or is available for use by more than one user;
-   mechanical property limits are defined;
-   the characteristics of the temper are significantly different from those of all other tempers which have the same sequence of basic treatments and for which designations already have been assigned for the same alloy and product;
-   the following are also defined if characteristics other than mechanical properties are considered significant:
a)   test methods and limits for the characteristics; or
b)   the specific practices used to produce the temper.

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This European Standard specifies the technical delivery conditions relating to armour plates in weldable aluminium alloy with a nominal thickness between 10 mm and 70 mm.
For thickness below 10 mm, other specifications may be applied.

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This European Standard specifies tolerances on dimensions and form of extruded precision profiles, in alloys EN AW-6060 and EN AW-6063 manufactured with and without a thermal barrier (see Figures 1 and 2). It applies to extruded products supplied without further surface treatment. Precision profiles covered in this standard are distinguished from extruded profiles for general applications covered in EN 755-9 by the following characteristics:
-   they are mainly for architectural applications;
-   they meet more stringent requirements regarding the surface condition of visible surfaces;
-   the maximum diameter of the circumscribing circle CD is 350 mm;
-   they are made to closer tolerances on dimensions and form.
In the case of profiles which, due to the complexity of their design, are difficult to manufacture and specify, then special agreements between supplier and purchaser may need to be reached.
NOTE   The effect of the thermal barrier material on the dimensional tolerances is covered by this document although the actual thermal barrier material itself is not (see EN 14024).

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This European Standard specifies the mechanical property limits resulting from tensile testing applicable to aluminium and aluminium alloy cold drawn rod/bar and tube. Technical conditions for inspection and delivery, including product and testing requirements, are specified in EN 754-1. Temper designations are defined in EN 515. The chemical composition limits for these materials are given in EN 573-3.

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This document specifies the technical conditions for inspection and delivery of wrought aluminium and wrought aluminium alloy sheet, strip and plate for general applications. It also includes provisions for ordering and testing.
It applies to products with a thickness over 0,20 mm up to and including 400 mm.
For many special applications of aluminium strip, sheet and plate, specific European Standards exist, where different or additional requirements are formulated and the appropriate alloys and tempers are selected: see Annex A. Most of these special European Standards refer to provisions of this document.
The selection of the relevant special European Standards is under the responsibility of the purchaser.
Whenever the application involves special properties, such as corrosion resistance, toughness, fatigue strength, surface appearance and welding properties, the user should consult the supplier and consider the relevant special European Standard, as applicable.

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This European Standard specifies the tolerances on dimensions and form for aluminium and aluminium alloys cold drawn seamless tubes with an outside diameter (OD) from 3 mm to 350 mm (round tube, see Figure 1) or with a cross section contained within a circumscribing circle (CD) from 8 mm to 300 mm (other than round tube, see Figure 2) supplied in straight lengths.
This European Standard only applies to tube produced by the seamless die/mandrel method of extrusion (and then cold drawn to the final dimensions required).
The temper designations used in this part are according to EN 515.
This document applies to cold drawn, seamless tube for general engineering applications.
This document does not apply to:
-   cold drawn tube produced by the porthole/bridge method (EN 754-8),
-   tubes delivered in coils (EN 13958),
-   coiled tubes cut to length (EN 13958).
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This European Standard specifies the tolerances on dimensions and form for aluminium and aluminium alloy cold drawn porthole tubes with an outside diameter (OD) from 3 mm to 350 mm (round tube, see Figure 1) or with a cross section contained within a circumscribing circle (CD) from 8 mm to 300 mm (other than round tube, see Figure 2), supplied in straight lengths.
This document only applies to cold drawn tube for general engineering applications made in the following alloys:
-   EN AW-1050A, EN AW-1200;
-   EN AW-3003, EN AW-3103;
-   EN AW-5005, EN AW-5005A, EN AW-5049, EN AW-5251, EN AW-5052;
-   EN AW-6012, EN AW-6060, EN AW-6061, EN AW-6262, EN AW-6262A;
-   EN AW-6063, EN AW-6063A, EN AW-6065, EN AW-6082;
-   EN AW-7020.
The temper designations used in this part are according to EN 515.
This document only applies to tube produced by the porthole/bridge method of extrusion only (and then cold drawn to the final dimensions).
This document does not apply to:
-   cold drawn tubes produced by the seamless, die/mandrel method (EN 754-7),
-   tubes delivered in coils (EN 13958),
-   coiled tubes cut to length (EN 13958).
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This European Standard specifies the tolerances on dimensions and form for aluminium and aluminium alloy extruded profile with a cross section contained within a circumscribing circle not greater than 800 mm (see Figure 1).
The temper designations used in this part are according to EN 515.
This European Standard applies to extruded profiles for general engineering applications only.
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This European Standard specifies the tolerances on dimensions and form for aluminium and aluminium alloy extruded porthole tubes with an outside diameter (OD) from 8 mm to 450 mm (round tube, see Figure 1) or with a cross section contained within a circumscribing circle (CD) from 10 mm to 350 mm (other than round tube, see Figure 2), supplied in straight lengths.
This European Standard only applies to extruded porthole tube for general engineering applications made in the following alloys:
-   EN AW-1050A, EN AW-1200, EN AW-1350;
-   EN AW-3003, EN AW-3103;
-   EN AW-5005, EN AW-5005A, EN AW-5049, EN AW-5051A, EN AW-5251, EN AW-5052;
-   EN AW-6101A, EN AW-6101B, EN AW-6005, EN AW-6005A, EN AW-6008, EN AW-6110A, EN AW-6012, EN AW-6014, EN AW-6018, EN AW-6351, EN AW-6060, EN AW-6360, EN AW-6061, EN AW-6261, EN AW-6262, EN AW-6262A, EN AW-6063, EN AW-6063A, EN AW-6463, EN AW-6065, EN AW-6081, EN AW-6082; EN AW-6182;
-   EN AW-7003, EN AW-7005, EN AW-7108, EN AW-7108A, EN AW-7020.
The temper designations used in this part are according to EN 515.
This European Standard only applies to tube produced by the tube porthole/bridge method.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   extruded tubes produced by the seamless, die/mandrel method (EN 755 7),
-   tubes delivered in coils (EN 13957),
-   coiled tubes cut to length (EN 13957).
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This European Standard specifies the technical conditions for inspection and delivery of wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy extruded rod/bar, tube and profile for general engineering applications.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   forging stock (EN 603 (all parts)),
-   extruded precision profiles in alloys EN AW-6060 and EN AW-6063 (EN 12020 (all parts)),
-   products delivered in coils (EN 13957),
-   coiled tubes cut to length (EN 13957).

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This European Standard specifies the tolerances on dimensions and form for aluminium and aluminium alloy extruded seamless tubes with an outside diameter (OD) from 8 mm to 450 mm (round tube, see Figure 1) or with a cross section contained within a circumscribing circle (CD) from 10 mm to 350 mm (other than round tube, see Figure 2), supplied in straight lengths.
This European Standard only applies to tube produced by the seamless die/mandrel method of extrusion. This standard applies to extruded seamless tube for general engineering applications only.
The temper designations used in this part are according to EN 515.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   extruded tubes produced by porthole/bridge method (EN 755-8),
-   tubes delivered in coils (EN 13957),
-   coiled tubes cut to length (EN 13957).
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This European Standard specifies the technical conditions for inspection and delivery of aluminium and aluminium alloy cold drawn rod/bar and tube for general engineering applications.
This document applies to products which are extruded and then cold drawn.
This document does not apply to:
-   forging stock (EN 603),
-   products delivered in coils (EN 13958),
-   coiled tubes cut to length (EN 13958).

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This European Standard specifies the mechanical property limits resulting from tensile testing applicable to aluminium and aluminium alloy extruded rod/bar, tube and profile.
Technical conditions for inspection and delivery, including product and testing requirements, are specified in EN 755 1. Temper designations are defined in EN 515. The chemical composition limits for these materials are given in EN 573 3.

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This European Standard specifies the material requirements and testing procedures applicable to wrought and cast aluminium and aluminium alloys intended for use in the production of pressure equipment, according to the definition given in European Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC.
The standard covers:
-   the products forms, grades and tempers of wrought and cast aluminium and aluminium alloys which may be used for such applications together with data for wrought and cast alloys over their permissible working temperature ranges;
-   the permissible alloys/ tempers covered by this are those given in Table A.1 and in B.1 for wrought alloys and in Table A.2 and in B.2 for castings;
-   the technical conditions for inspection and delivery, mechanical property limits and tolerances on form and dimensions by reference to the appropriate European standards for the relevant wrought and cast aluminium and aluminium alloys, and
-   additional requirements which are specific to pressure equipment applications.
It applies to hot-rolled plate, cold-rolled sheet/ strip/ circles, extruded or extruded and cold drawn rod/bar, tube, extruded open / hollow profiles, forgings and castings.
It is the sole objective of this standard to cover materials only for pressure purposes and it excludes any elements of fabrication or fabrication methods for pressure equipment; such information can be found in the relevant standards listed in the 'Bibliography' section.

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This European Standard provides a guideline about manufacturing practices for rolled products in the thicknesses range between ≥ 35 µm and ≤ 200 µm having surface quality characteristics essential for production of aluminium semi-rigid containers, lids and disposable platters which are used in contact with foodstuff.
This European Standard can be applied to the production cycle of the "rolled semi-finished goods". The European Standard cannot be applied to the production process of containers, lids and disposable platters.

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This European Standard specifies the particular requirements for wrought aluminium and wrought aluminium alloys in the form of coil coated sheet and strip for general applications. This product is generally supplied in thicknesses up to 3,0 mm.
It applies to cold-rolled aluminium and aluminium alloy strip coated by the coil coating process both with liquid as well as with powder paints, either in the final width or slit afterwards, and to sheet obtained from such strip.
It does not apply to coil coated sheet and strip used for special applications such as cans, closures and lids which are dealt with in separate EN 541.

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This part of EN 1559 specifies the additional technical delivery conditions for aluminium alloy castings unless other conditions have been agreed at the time of enquiry and order.
This standard retains the same structure and numbering system as used in EN 1559-1 and repeats the numbering of clauses and sub clauses even if nothing extra or different has been added. It also indicates items specific to aluminium alloy castings under existing or new headings.

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This Technical Report presents the characteristics of reference dies and reference castings, to be used for evaluating the mechanical potential (in terms of Ultimate Tensile Strength, Yield Strength and Elongation) which can be expected by Al-Si based alloys, cast by high pressure, low pressure and gravity (permanent mould) processes. These properties are measured on separately cast test specimens produced with state-of-the-art knowledge on die design, process management and alloy treatments correctly applied to minimize defects and imperfections.

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This Technical Report specifies the classification of the defects and imperfections may be present in cast products manufactured by high pressure, low pressure and gravity die casting of aluminium alloys.

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This European Standard specifies properties and technical conditions for inspection and delivery of wrought and cast aluminium and aluminium alloy products recommended for marine applications, including shipbuilding and offshore applications.
Additional information is given about high magnesium alloys, with special regard to their sensitivity to intergranular and exfoliation corrosion.
This European Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with relevant European, national or international regulations as applicable, to which it comes in support.
For products intended to be used in marine constructions to be classified by a Classification Society, the relevant requirements of this Society apply.
This European Standard covers:
-   wrought products in aluminium alloys (see Clause 6);
-   castings in aluminium alloys (see Clause 7).
Information is given in Annex A to guide the user in the selection of aluminium and aluminium alloys and tempers for various applications.
This European Standard does not cover:
-   execution and design, covered by the rules of the Classification Societies or EN 1090 3 and EN 1999 1 1 to EN 1999 1 5;
-   welding, covered by EN 1011 4.

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This European Standard defines general terms relating to products of aluminium and aluminium alloys which are helpful for communication within the aluminium industry and with its customers .
It includes terms dealing with aluminium products, processing, sampling and testing, product characteristics and different types of visual quality characteristics.
It does not include terms dealing with bauxite mining, alumina and anode production and aluminium smelting.
This European Standard tries to adhere as closely as possible to the terms and definitions used in other standards or documents.
NOTE   For materials other than aluminium, different definitions can apply to terms which are defined in this document.
This European Standard tries to follow the "common language" as it is used in native English speaking countries, without giving preference to specific idioms of any one of these counties. In cases where in different English-speaking countries different terms are used for the same concept or different concepts refer to an identical term, the appropriate explanations are given.

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ISO 6719:2010 specifies a method of measuring the total and diffuse luminous reflectance characteristics of aluminium surfaces, using integrating-sphere instruments.
The method specifed is also applicable to the measurement of specular reflectance (principal gloss value), specularity and diffuseness.
The method is unsuitable for use with lighting reflectors.

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ISO 2128:2010 specifies a non-destructive method for determining the thickness of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys using a split-beam microscope.
The method is applicable, in most industrial cases, to anodic oxidation coatings above 10 μm, or above 5 μm when the surface is smooth.
The use of the method specified is limited by the need for the two luminous lines described in Clause 3 to be visible and distinctly separated, i.e. not in the case of opaque or dark-coloured coatings.

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ISO 7759:2010 specifies a method for the measurement of the reflectance characteristics of high-gloss anodized aluminium surfaces.
The method described is also suitable for the measurement of the reflectance characteristics of other high-gloss metal surfaces.
The method is not suitable for diffuse-finish metal surfaces and does not measure colour.

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This European Standard specifies the general requirements to be met by extrusion ingots of aluminium and aluminium alloys obtained by semi-continuous or continuous casting, from primary or recycled metal, for general engineering applications.

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This European Standard specifies the general requirements to be met by rolling ingots of aluminium or aluminium alloys obtained by semi-continuous vertical casting.

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This European Standard specifies the technical conditions for inspection and delivery, the mechanical properties and
electrical conductivity of wrought aluminium sheet, strip and plate for electrotechnical applications such as bus bars
and other conductors, products requiring a certain minimum electrical conductivity.
It applies to products with a thickness over 0,20 mm up to and including 150 mm.

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La présente Norme européenne spécifie les tolérances sur la forme et de dimensions des tubes ronds, filés à
pont, en aluminium et alliages d’aluminium, ayant un diamètre extérieur (OD) compris entre 2 mm et 50 mm
inclus, fournis en couronnes ou en longueurs droites découpées dans des couronnes. see Figure 1.
La présente Norme européenne s’applique principalement aux tubes filés destinés aux applications
mécaniques générales, fabriqués en alliages des séries 1xxx et 3xxx. Son application à de l’aluminium non
normalisé de la série 1 xxx et à des alliages non normalisés de la série 3xxx ou à des alliages d’autres séries
(par exemple, 5xxx ou 6xxx) est soumise à accord entre le fournisseur et l’acheteur.
La présente Norme européenne s’applique uniquement :
- aux tubes ronds filés à pont (sur filière à pont ou porthole) fournis en couronnes aux dimensions finales
requises ;
- aux tubes conformes à ce qui précède mais livrés en longueurs droites découpées dans les couronnes.
La présente Norme européenne ne s’applique pas :
- aux tubes sans soudure filés sur filière/mandrin (EN 755-7) ;
- aux tubes filés en longueurs droites et non en couronnes (EN 755-8).

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This European Standard specifies the tolerances on dimensions and form of round aluminium and aluminium alloys porthole extruded and cold drawn tubes with an outside diameter (OD) of over 2 mm up to and including 50 mm supplied in coil form or in straight lengths cut from coiled material: see Figure 1.
This European Standard mainly applies to round cold drawn tube for general engineering applications manufactured in 1xxx series of aluminium and 3xxx series of alloys. The use of this European Standard for non-standardised 1xxx aluminium and 3xxx alloys or alloys from other series, e.g. 5xxx or 6xxx, is subject to agreement between supplier and purchaser.
This European Standard only applies to:
-   round tube extruded by the porthole/bridge method in coil form and then cold drawn to the final dimensions required;
-   tube as above but delivered in straight lengths cut from coiled material.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   seamless extruded (die/mandrel method) and drawn tubes (EN 754-7);
-   tubes extruded in straight lengths (i.e. not coiled) and drawn (EN 754-8).

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This document specifies the tolerances on dimensions of aluminium and aluminium alloy drawn wire for general engineering applications (except aeronautical applications), covering diameters, thicknesses or widths or width across flats up to and including 20 mm.
It applies to drawn wires, except for electrical or welding purposes.
It does not apply to drawing stock.

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This document specifies the technical conditions for inspection and delivery of aluminium and aluminium alloy drawn wire for general engineering applications.
It does not apply for aeronautical application.
It applies to drawn wires, except for electrical or welding purposes.
It does not apply to drawing stock.

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This document specifies the mechanical properties of aluminium and aluminium alloy drawn wires for general engineering applications (except aeronautical rivets).
It applies to drawn wires, except for electrical or welding purposes.
It does not apply to drawing stock.
The designation of aluminium and aluminium alloys, their chemical composition and the temper designations used in this standard are in accordance with EN 573- 3 and EN 515 respectively.

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This document specifies the technical conditions of inspection and delivery, the mechanical properties, the tolerances on dimensions and form of rolled semi-finished aluminium alloy products intended for tanks for the storage and transportation of dangerous goods, in particular of gasoline and other liquid hydrocarbons.
It applies to hot or cold-rolled strip, sheet and plate with a thickness from 3,0 mm and up to and including 12,0 mm used as a wall material.
NOTE   Compliance with the present document does not ensure compliance with national or international regulations. The user of the document is responsible for checking that the material he orders or sells complies with all applicable regulations. Depending on the chemical and physical properties of the dangerous good to be transported or stored, it can be necessary to agree on additional properties or inspection conditions in order to comply with applying regulations.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for drawing stock of aluminium and aluminium alloys for electrical applications.
The general requirements and technical conditions for inspection and delivery are specified in EN 1715-1.
This European Standard does not apply to drawn wire.

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