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Aluminum Standards

Aluminum is known for being a lightweight and mallaeble metal. This material is used for many areas such as everyday cans and foil and even airplanes. Various aluminum alloys are produced to improve strength and other properties for particular applications. These standards cover specifics regarding aluminum in its many forms.

General Aluminum Standards

General Aluminum Standards cover working in working with aluminum in structural applications as well as a comprehensive guide for producers and users of aluminum. Other standards relating to alloys and more are included in this category.

Aluminum Welding

Standards included in this category are specific to welding with aluminum. This includes welding for structure, consumables, and more.

Steel and Aluminum Structures

Steel and Aluminum Structures includes a series of standards that are specialized for manufacturing characteristics as well as structural design characteristics.

Aluminum-Alloy Gas Cylinders

In this category construction, inspection and more are included for aluminum-alloy gas cylinders. These standards better balance design and efficiency with universal utility and acceptance.

Aluminum Coatings and Finishes

Aluminum finishes and coating help with preventing corrosion and are vital in electrical insulation. These standards cover almost all types of coatings such as finishes that are classified as mechanical, chemical, and other coatings.

Medical Uses for Aluminum

This category covers aluminum used in the medical field such as in surgical implant applications. These standards are important for the medical industry because metallic powders can improve tissue attachment to implants. These standards address the requirements for these metallic powders for coatings used for implants.

Other Popular Aluminum Standards

Other Popular Aluminum Standards cover aluminum and aluminum-alloy electric connectors, hardness conversion tables, handling molten aluminum, and more.


As the voice of the U.S. standards and conformity assessment system, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) empowers its members and constituents to strengthen the U.S. marketplace position in the global economy while helping to assure the safety and health of consumers and the protection of the environment.