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Aluminum Alloy 1235

With a minimum content of 99.35%, the 1235 alloy has become the most common foil alloy on the market today. It’s fairly high aluminum content makes it an excellent alloy for a variety of industrial and food service markets. In the annealed states, it’s very malleable allowing for easy workability and formability. A very similar alloy to 1145 as it contains almost the exact same chemical composition and the same physical attributes. At times, it can be used as a substitute for the 1145 alloy, which is becoming less common in the market today.

Standard Specifications: QQA-1876, ASTM B479

 

1   % in 2 inches

2   x 1000 psi

3   0.2% offset

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