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Aluminium foil: AA1235 vs. AA8011


An ongoing discussion from 2001 through 2016 . . .

(2001)

Q. DEAR SIRS:

WE NEED TO KNOW WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AA1235 AND AA8011 GRADE OF ALUMINIUM FOIL. PLEASE INFORM US THE DIFFERENCE FOR THEM.

Thanks

DORIS CHUNG
- Taiwan , Taipei


April 12, 2008

A. The difference is in the Composition.

AA 1235 is a purer version of aluminium Alloy with low level of Fe & Si used for thin gauge foil rolling. AA 8011 is Al-Fe-Si alloy with high Fe & Si as alloying elements to impart strength in the alloy. AA 8011 is used for slightly higher gauge foil rolling.

Shankar Nayak
- Mumbai, India



November 14, 2011

Q. Dear sir ,

Can AA 8011 be used for friction stir welding process?

I have not come across any paper in fsw which is using AA8011 as base metal.

MUTHU KRISHNAN
- coimbatore, tamilnadu



March 5, 2016

Q. What is the difference between Alloy AA8011-O and AA8079-O? Is it suitable for Flexible packaging use?

Jignesh Marolia
rotopacking - Dubai UAE



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