Aluminum 8017 Alloy (UNS A98017)

Topics Covered

Chemical Composition
Physical Properties
Thermal Properties


Aluminium / aluminum is a silverish white metal that is stronger yet much lighter in weight compared to wood. Due to this metal’s numerous beneficial properties, today more and more products that were produced from a different material are now being made from aluminium / aluminum.

Aluminium / aluminum 8017 alloy is a wrought alloy. The following datasheet will provide more details about aluminium / aluminum 8017 alloy.

Chemical Composition

The following table shows the chemical composition of aluminium / aluminum 8017 alloy.

Element Content (%)
Iron, Fe 0.55 - 0.8
Copper, Cu 0.1 - 0.2
Silicon, Si 0.1 max
Zinc, Zn 0.05 max
Boron, B 0.04 max
Magnesium, Mg 0.01 - 0.05
Lithium, Li 0.003 max
Other (each) 0.03 max
Other (total) 0.1 max
Aluminum, Al Remainder

Physical Properties

The physical properties of aluminium / aluminum 8017 alloy are outlined in the following table.

Properties Metric Imperial
Density 2.71 g/cm³ 0.0979 lb/in³
Melting point 643 – 657°C 1190 - 1215°F

Thermal Properties

The thermal properties of aluminium / aluminum 8017-H212 alloy are tabulated below.

Properties Metric Imperial
Thermal expansion co-efficient (@20-100°C/68-212°F) 23.6 µm/m°C 13.1 µin/in°F

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