High strength tubing.
Heat treatable alloy. High mechanical strength slightly higher than 2011 and 2017A.
|Chemical Element||% Present|
|Tin (Sn)||0.05 max|
|Lead (Pb)||0.05 max|
|Chromium (Cr)||0.1 max|
|Zinc (Zn)||0.2 max|
|Titanium + Zirconium (Ti+Zr)||0.2 max|
|Nickel (Ni)||0.2 max|
|Iron (Fe)||0.5 max|
|Magnesium (Mg)||0.2 - 0.8|
|Silicon (Si)||0.5 - 0.9|
|Manganese (Mn)||0.4 - 1.2|
|Copper (Cu)||3.9 - 5|
Material shall be supplied treated, drawn and aged at room temperature. Material shall be heat treated as follows: 1. Solution treat by heating at a temperature of 505+/- 5C and quenching in water at a temperature not exceeding 40C. 2. Age at room temperature for not less than 48 hours.
Aluminium alloy L105 - 2014A is covered by Standard BS EN 2100 and has similarities to the following standard designations and specifications:
2014 / 2014A AMS 4121
The most common temper for L105 - 2014A aluminium tube is:
L105-2014A aluminium is supplied as tube
|Melting Point||640 °C|
|Thermal Expansion||22.8 x10^-6 /K|
|Modulus of Elasticity||73 GPa|
|Thermal Conductivity||134 - 135 W/m.K|
|Proof Stress||290 Min MPa|
|Tensile Strength||400 Min MPa|
|Elongation A50 mm||10 Min %|
Tube re-solutionised and naturally aged without cold drawing may be expected to have reduced machanical properties.