Used when a high strength-to-weight ratio is required, such as for gears, shafts, and fasteners. It is nonmagnetic and heat treatable.
Anti-rust aluminum, the highest strength non-heat treatable alloy, but not recommended for use at temperatures above 65 ° C
Good mechanical properties, weldability and electroplating, good corrosion resistance, high toughness and no deformation after processing, compact and defect-free materials, easy to polish, excellent oxidation
Good mechanical properties and heat treatable and weldable, the most common alloy for aluminum extrusion. It allows for the formation of complex shapes with a very smooth surface suitable for anodizing, similar to the British aluminum alloy HE9
Preferred over 7075 aluminum for use in structural applications, 7050 is a high-strength material that resists fatigue and stress cracking. 7050 is nonmagnetic and heat treatable
It is strong, with a strength comparable to many steels, and has good fatigue strength and average machinability. It has lower resistance to corrosion than many other aluminium alloys.7075 are often used in Climbing equipment, bicycle parts, automotive jump valve parts, turbines, keys, gears and shafts, fuse parts, instrument shafts and gears, mechanical equipment, fixtures, aircraft parts