Although the aluminum alloy composition and heat treatment have greatly improved the performance of aluminum alloys, in many cases it is also required that the aluminum alloy surface has special properties such as wear resistance and corrosion resistance, and most of the failure of aluminum alloy materials starts from the surface, so It is particularly important to improve the surface properties of materials. Surface treatment can improve protection, decoration and functionality, overcome the shortcomings of aluminum alloy surface performance, expand the scope of application, and extend the service life.
The main alloying elements of 6061 alloy are magnesium and silicon, which is one of the most widely used aluminum alloys. It has medium strength, good corrosion resistance, and good oxidation effect, especially the alloy has an excellent response to hard oxidation. 6061 aluminum plate is widely used after heat treatment, and 6061 aluminum alloy thick plate is used in semiconductors, automated mechanical parts, precision machining, various mold manufacturing, fixtures and so on.
Aluminum alloy is the most common non-ferrous metal material in daily life. It is not only widely used in the field of navigation and aviation, but also most widely used in high-end industries. Such as aerospace, marine equipment, consumer electronics, casting molds, fixtures and other fields, are widely used. Among them, our daily production is closely related to the daily consumption of aluminum products for electronics and electrical appliances.
Recently, some customers called to inquire about hard oxidation related issues. Today, PTJ used their leisure time to talk to friends carefully.
Each field has its own terminology, and aluminum alloys are no exception. Many friends have recently reported to us that some basic terms of materials are difficult to understand. Today PTJ will give you a brief introduction to 8 Basic terms: