5754 Aluminum Coil Stock
Commonly used for body panels and interior parts for the automotive industry
5754 is a European born alloy that is very similar to 5052. As a wrought alloy, it can be formed by rolling, extrusion, and forging, but not casting. It can be worked to produce tempers with a higher strength but lower ductility.
Aluminum 5754 has excellent corrosion resistance, especially to seawater and industrially polluted atmospheres. Typical uses include: body panels and interior parts for the automotive industry. It can also be used for food processing, shipbuilding, and floor applications.
|Temper||Specified Thickness(in)||Tensile Strength – KSI||Elongationin 2 inches %|
|O||0.030 – 0.055||29||39||–||–||17|
|O||0.056 – 0.087||29||39||–||–||18|
|O||0.088 – 0.160||29||39||–||–||19|
|0.4||0.4||0.1||0.5||2.6 – 3.6||0.3||–||0.2||0.15||0.05||0.15||Remainder|
- Chemical composition is percent maximum unless shown as a range or a minimum.
- Source: Aluminum Standards and Data – The Aluminum Association, Inc.
- Information presented as a guide for reference purposes only and is not intended to be used for product design or application.
- Aluminum Association