ASTM Standards

For the first time ever, we bring the summery of basic chemical, physical properties, tolerances and test procedures of some of the commonly used ASTM standards and specification for non ferrous metals


A silverylight and malleable metallic element, having a valency of 3. It is the most abundant metal in the earth’s crust, but it does not occur in uncombined form in nature and was obtained in the pure state only in 1825. Although very reactive it forms a tough surface layer of oxide when exposed to air, protecting it against further corrosion. Its lightness, good thermal and electrical conductivity and strength (when alloyed) have led to its widespread use in domestic utensils, engineering parts, and aircraft construction. The main commercial ore is Bauxite, but Aluminium is also a major constituent of clays and feldspars.Chemical symbol: Al.and Atomic No: 13. Listed below are those standards included in 1998 Annual Book of ASTM Vol.02.02 and other sources as well.

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