Product Details, Specifications, and Technical Information
Aluminum Pipe 6061-T6 Schedule 40 exhibits above average corrosion resistance, good machinability, high strength, light weight, good weldability, and the ability to be heat treated for even higher strength, all at an affordable price. 6061 is the most commonly used aluminum alloy in the world due to its positive characteristics. It is typically used in aerospace, automotive, cameras, couplings, marine hardware, electrical components, decorative hardware, structural applications, pins, brakes, pistons, valves, and bicycle frames.
Our pipe is unthreaded to allow for welded connections.
Pipe is designed to carry liquid/gas/material from one place to another, whereas tube is designed to act as structural support.
|Custom Cut Warehouse||1|
This material meets the following specs: ASTM -B241
|Rockwell Hardness B Scale||60|
|Brinell Hardness 500 kg load||95|
|Elongation Typical %||12|
|Melting Point °F||1080 - 1205|
|Modulus of Elasticity KSI x 10^3||10|
|Specific Heat BTU/lb-°F||2|
|Tensile Strength KSI||45|
|Thermal Conductivity BTU-in/hr-ft^2-°F||1160|
|Yield Strength KSI||40|
|Shear Strength KSI||30|
|Chemistry Information: 6061 Aluminum|
|Cr||0.04 - 0.35|
|Cu||0.15 - 0.4|
|Mg||0.8 - 1.2|
|Si||0.4 - 0.8|