UACJ rolled aluminum alloys are produced in its cutting-edge works under thorough quality
and environmental management systems with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification.
|Alloy designation||Characteristics||Use in automobiles|
|1050||A50||Excellent processability and surface treatability.
The most corrosion-resistant of all aluminum alloys.
|1100||A30||General-purpose aluminum with over 99.0% purity.
Surface appears slightly white after anodizing.
|Heat insulators, license plates|
Very strong alloy used for structural components.
Because of relatively higher copper content, inferior corrosion resistance.
|Motorbike handles, ABS|
|2017||17S||Shock absorbers, handles,
|2219||B19S||High-strength, excellent properties at high and low temperatures,
superior weldability, but inferior corrosion resistance.
|Rotors, brake components|
|CG29||Higher strength at elevated temperatures than that of 2618.||Conrods, pistons|
|Lead-free highly-machinable alloys.||AT valves|
|2618||2618||High-strength at high temperatures.
Saitable for forging and machining.
|Compressor wheels, Pistons|
|10% stronger than 1100.
Good processability and corrosion resistance.
|Stronger than 3003.
Excellent deep-drawability, and good corrosion resistance.
|Cowl grilles, heat insulators|
|4032||32S||Excellent heat and abrasion resistance.
Low thermal expansion coefficient.
|SC100||Excellent abrasion resistance and forgability. Stronger than 4032.||Power steering housing,
compressor scrolls, valve lifters
|SC300||A stronger version of SC100.|
|Excellent abrasion resistance and forgability.
Stronger than 4032.
|TF12B||A hypereutectic alloy with enhanced forgability.||Compressor rotors|
|5052||52S||A medium-strength alloy. Good corrosion resistance and
formability. High fatigue strength.
|Meter display panels, AT drums,
air bag inflators, covers
|5454||D54S||20% stronger than 5052. Good corrosion resistance.||Wheel rims, suspension components|
|5083||183S||An alloy for use in welded structures.
The strongest of the non-thermally treated alloys.
|Tanks, gas cylinders|
|383S||A high formability version of 183S.
Excellent superplastic properties.
|An extrusion alloy version of 183S.||Lashing rails|
|5182||A82S||Nearly as strong as 5083.
Good processability and corrosion resistance.
|Dust covers, seat frames, air cleaner cases,
|GM145||Good formability and stress corrosion cracking performance.||Body panels (interior)|
|5154||A154S||20% stronger than 5052.
|Wheels, underbody components,
|A254S||20% stronger than 5052.
Good stress corrosion cracking performance.
|GC32||Good formability and stress corrosion cracking performance.|
||High-strength, high-formability body panel material.
Low coat-baking proof stress reduction.
|Bonnets, roofs, doors, pillars, oil pans, floors,
rear fenders, air cleaner housings
|GC150||A slightly stronger alloy than GC45.||Body panels|
|5110A||257S||A high brightness alloy with the same strength as 3003.
Good deep-drawability and corrosion resistance.
|Moldings, trims, reflective panels,
headlamp bulb shades
|5056||356S||A non-heat-treatable alloy for welded structures.
Excellent seawater resistance.
|Brake pistons, fuel delivery pipes, airbag inflators|
|Body panel alloy with high bake hardenability,
formability, and high-hemmability.
|Bonnets, rear fenders, front fenders, pillars,
wheel housings, roofs, doors
||BH type body panel alloy.
Even stronger than SG112 with good formability.
|Heat-treatable alloys with good corrosion resistance.||ABS, crossmembers, wheels, propeller shafts,
arms, links, air bags, joists, receiver tanks
|561S||Power plant frames|
|6013||SG210||High-strength aluminum alloy for forging.||Suspension arms|
|Typical extrusion alloys. Lower strength than 6061,
but superior extrusion properties.
|Moldings, seat frames, truck bed gates,
roof railings, piping
|Intermediate strength between 6061 and 6063.
Good corrosion resistance and weldability.
|Bumpers, space frames, engine brackets,
seat frames, ABS, side sills, shock absorbers
|SG109||High-strength alloy with good bendability and corrosion
resistance. Hollow extrusion is possible.
|Bumper reinforcement, space frames|
|The strongest of the 6000 series alloys.||Wheels, propeller shafts, arms, links|
|Lead-free high-machinability alloy.||AT valves|
|7075||75S||Typical high-strength alloy for use in aircraft manufacture.||Seatbelt hinges, links, bobbins, retractors|
|7178||A78S||The strongest aluminum alloy.||Keys|
|An extrusion alloy for welded structures.
Better extrusion properties than 7204.
|Bumper reinforcement, seat sliders,
motorbike frames, door impact beams,
|Alloys for welded structures. The strength at the welded part
recovers almost to the same as that of the raw material by natural aging.
|Steering components, crossmembers,
|ZK55||Even stronger than 7204.
Welding and hollow extrusion is possible.
|Bumper reinforcement, impact beams,
motorbike frames and rims
|7050||ZG62||High-strength aluminum alloys.||Motorbike front forks|