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Extrusion Stock List

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Caterbridge
(for non-aluminium requirements)
T: 01992 456900
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Introduction
metalweb Shapes is a dedicated aluminium stockholder specialising in an extensive range of
extrusions. The range covers a wide variety of angles, channels, bars and many other
extruded items in HE9 (6063) and HE30 (6082) alloys. Our aim is to provide 100% on-time
delivery and quality products both for day-to-day requirements and long-term contracts. Our
dedicated team have a significant level of industry experience — so if you are an architect,
designer and/or specifier and require any advice or help, then please ask.
We currently serve a number of markets that require a specialist service of aluminium
extrusions. These include building applications; specialist transport applications; interior
fitting-out products; and catering/medical hygiene products, amongst others.
metalweb Shapes is also part of the metalweb group and can pass on to our customers the
benefits of this larger group. This includes access to one of the largest ranges in the UK of
aluminium products in all alloys (including plate, sheet, bar, tube and other extruded
products) carried in stock. To see a separate stock list for these items, please ask. This
means we can often provide 24 hour delivery and we offer both national and international
coverage.

Other Services Available


In addition to a just-in-time delivery service of materials, we also provide a range of other
services to those customers who require “a one stop shop”. This includes providing material
with a wide range of finishes, including:
● Anodised
● Painted
● Mitred
● Milled
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● Waterjet Cut-to-Shape
● Powder Coated
● Drilled and Countersunk
● Rolled and Welded
● Supplied in Kits

If you have a requirement for any of these additional services please ask. In addition, the
metalweb group has over 10 commercial vehicles to deliver when you want and where
you want.

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Contents
1. Equal Angle Page 3
2. Unequal Angle Page 4
3. Channel Page 5
4. Tee Page 6
5. I Beams Page 6
6. Square Tube Page 7
7. Rectangular Tube Page 7
8. Round Tube Pages 8 & 9
9. Round Bar Page 10
10. Square Bar Page 10
11. Flat Bar Pages 11 & 12
12. Patterned Sheet & Plate Pages 13 & 14
13. Special Shapes Page 15
14. Choosing the Correct Extrusion Alloy Page 16
15. Choosing the Correct Plate and Sheet Alloy Page 17

NB: All imperial sizes are inches; all metric sizes are mm.

This stock list represents our “core range” of extrusions and associated products. However,
we have a number of additional items not listed here so please ask if you cannot find what
you are looking for. Our stock also includes a wide range of customer specific stock items
— if we can be of assistance in providing this service for your business please ask.
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metalweb Shapes is part of the metalweb group and has access to the largest commercial
range of aluminium sheet, plate and large round bar held by a commercial aluminium
stockholder in the UK. If you have requirements for any of these items please ask!

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B
1. Equal Angle C

Imperial Size Metric Size


A B C kg/m A B C
3/ 3/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 16 .079 9.5 ✕ 9.5 ✕ 1.6
1/ 1/ 1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 16 .104 12.7 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 1.6
1/ 1/ 1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .192 12.7 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 3.2
5/ 5/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 16 .130 15.9 ✕ 15.9 ✕ 1.6
5/ 5/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 8 .250 15.9 ✕ 15.9 ✕ 3.2
3/ 3/ 1/
4 ✕ 4 ✕ 16 .160 19.0 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 1.6
3/ 3/ 1/
4 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .302 19.0 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
7/ 7/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 16 .190 22.2 ✕ 22.2 ✕ 1.6
7/ 7/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 8 .360 22.2 ✕ 22.2 ✕ 3.2
1/
1 ✕ 1 ✕ 16 .213 25.4 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 1.6
1/
1 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .411 25.4 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
3/
1 ✕ 1 ✕ 16 .600 25.4 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 4.76
1/
1 ✕ 1 ✕ 4 .770 25.4 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 6.35
11/4 ✕ 11/4 ✕ 1/
16 .270 31.7 ✕ 31.7 ✕ 1.6
11/4 ✕ 11/4 ✕ 1/
8 .520 31.7 ✕ 31.7 ✕ 3.2
11/4 ✕ 11/4 ✕ 3/
16 .760 31.7 ✕ 31.7 ✕ 4.76
11/4 ✕ 11/4 ✕ 1/
4 .990 31.7 ✕ 31.7 ✕ 6.35
1/ 1/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 1 2 ✕ 16 .330 38.1 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 1.6
1/ 1/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 1 2 ✕ 8 .631 38.1 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/ 3/
1 2 ✕ 1 2 ✕ 16 .930 38.1 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 4.76 SHAPES
1/ 1/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 1 2 ✕ 4 1.210 38.1 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 6.35
3/ 3/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 1 4 ✕ 8 .744 44.4 ✕ 44.4 ✕ 3.2
3/ 3/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 1 4 ✕ 4 1.430 44.4 ✕ 44.4 ✕ 6.35
1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 16 .430 50.8 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 1.6
1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .851 50.8 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
3/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 16 1.260 50.8 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 4.76
1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 4 1.652 50.8 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 6.35
3/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 2.380 50.8 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 9.52
1/ 1/ 1/
2 2 ✕ 2 2 ✕ 8 1.070 63.5 ✕ 63.5 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/ 1/
2 2 ✕ 2 2 ✕ 4 2.083 63.5 ✕ 63.5 ✕ 6.35
1/
3 ✕ 3 ✕ 8 1.284 76.2 ✕ 76.2 ✕ 3.2
1/
3 ✕ 3 ✕ 4 2.530 76.2 ✕ 76.2 ✕ 6.35
1/
4 ✕ 4 ✕ 4 3.467 101.6 ✕ 101.6 ✕ 6.35

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C

2. Unequal Angle B

Imperial Size Metric Size


A B C kg/m A B C
3/ 1/ 1/
4 ✕ 2 ✕ 16 .130 19.0 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 1.6
3/ 1/ 1/
4 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .247 19.0 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/
1 ✕ 2 ✕ 16 .158 25.4 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 1.6
1/ 1/
1 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .302 25.4 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 3.2
5/ 1/
1 ✕ 8 ✕ 8 .327 25.4 ✕ 15.9 ✕ 3.2
3/ 1/
1 ✕ 4 ✕ 16 .190 25.4 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 1.6
3/ 1/
1 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .357 25.4 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
11/4 ✕ 1/
2 ✕ 1/
8 .356 31.7 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 3.2
11/4 ✕ 3/
4 ✕ 1/
8 .411 31.7 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
11/4 ✕ 1 ✕ 1/
8 .466 31.7 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .411 38.1 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 3.2
1/ 3/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .466 38.1 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .522 38.1 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
3/ 3/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .522 44.4 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
3/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .574 44.4 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .522 50.8 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 3.2
3/ 1/
2 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .576 50.8 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
7/ 1/
2 ✕ 8 ✕ 8 .599 50.8 ✕ 22.2 ✕ 3.18
1/
2 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .631 50.8 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
3/
2 ✕ 1 ✕ 16 .925 50.8 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 4.76
1/
SHAPES 2 ✕ 1 ✕ 4 1.205 50.8 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 6.35
2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
8 .741 50.8 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 3/
16 1.101 50.8 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 6.35
21/2 ✕ 1 ✕ 1/
8 .741 63.5 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
21/2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
8 .851 63.5 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
21/2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 3/
16 1.277 63.5 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 4.76
21/2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
4 1.652 63.5 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 6.35
1/
3 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .856 76.2 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
3 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
8 .958 76.2 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
1/
3 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 1.070 76.2 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
1/
3 ✕ 2 ✕ 4 2.083 76.2 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 6.35
1/
4 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 1.070 101.6 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/
4 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 1.284 101.6 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
1/
4 ✕ 2 ✕ 4 2.513 101.6 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 6.35
1/
4 ✕ 3 ✕ 4 2.960 101.6 ✕ 76.2 ✕ 6.35
3/
6 ✕ 3 ✕ 8 5.744 152.4 ✕ 76.2 ✕ 9.53

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D

3. Channel C
B

Imperial Size Metric Size


A B C D kg/m A B C D
3/ 3/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 16 .110 9.52 ✕ 9.52 ✕ 1.6
1/ 1/ 1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 16 .150 12.7 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 1.6
1/ 1/ 1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .272 12.7 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 3.2
5/ 5/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 16 .196 15.9 ✕ 15.9 ✕ 1.6
5/ 5/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 8 .351 15.9 ✕ 15.9 ✕ 3.2
3/ 1/ 1/
4 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .329 19.0 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 3.2
3/ 3/ 1/
4 ✕ 4 ✕ 16 .239 19.0 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 1.6
3/ 3/ 1/
4 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .440 19.0 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
7/ 7/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 8 .521 22.2 ✕ 22.2 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/
1 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .384 25.4 ✕ 12.7 ✕ 3.2
3/ 1/
1 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .494 25.4 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
1/
1 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .603 25.4 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
8 .830 25.4 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
11/8 ✕ 1 ✕ 1/
8 .631 28.6 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/ 3/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .550 31.7 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .689 31.7 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/
1 4 ✕ 11/4 ✕ 1/
8 .765 31.7 ✕ 31.7 ✕ 3.2
13/8 ✕ 1 ✕ 1/
8 .685 34.9 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/ 3/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .604 38.1 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .713 38.1 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/
1 2 ✕ 11/2 x 1/
8 .931 38.1 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2 SHAPES
1/
1 2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 3/
16 1.360 38.1 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 4.76
13/4 ✕ 1 ✕ 1/
8 .765 44.4 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/
2 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .821 50.8 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/
2 ✕ 1 ✕ 4 1.533 50.8 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 6.35
2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
8 1.020 50.8 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
4 1.970 50.8 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 6.35
1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 1.260 50.8 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 4 2.411 50.8 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 6.35
21/2 ✕ 1 ✕ 1/
8 .933 63.5 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/
3 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 1.042 76.2 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
3 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
8 1.260 76.2 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
3 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
8 ✕ 5/
16 2.166 76.2 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2 ✕ 7.95
1/
3 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 1.480 76.2 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
1/
3 ✕ 2 ✕ 4 2.850 76.2 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 6.35
1/
4 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 1.690 101.6 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
1/ 5/
4 ✕ 2 ✕ 4 ✕ 16 3.762 101.6 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 6.35 ✕ 7.95
1/ 3/
6 ✕ 3 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 6.430 152.4 ✕ 76.2 ✕ 6.35 ✕ 9.52

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A

4. Tee C
B

Imperial Size Metric Size


A B C kg/m A B C
3/ 3/ 1/
4 ✕ 4 ✕ 16 .160 19.0 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 1.6
3/ 3/ 1/
4 ✕ 4 ✕ 8 .302 19.0 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 3.2
7/ 7/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 ✕ 8 .360 22.2 ✕ 22.2 ✕ 3.2
1/
1 ✕ 1 ✕ 16 .213 25.4 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 1.6
1/
1 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .411 25.4 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/
1 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .631 25.4 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 1 4 ✕ 8 .520 31.7 ✕ 31.7 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/ 3/
1 4 ✕ 1 4 ✕ 16 .760 31.7 ✕ 31.7 ✕ 4.76
11/2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 1/
8 .631 38.1 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
1/
2 ✕ 1 ✕ 8 .631 50.8 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 8 .851 50.8 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
1/
2 ✕ 2 ✕ 4 1.652 50.8 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 6.35
1/
3 ✕ 3 ✕ 4 2.570 76.2 ✕ 76.2 ✕ 6.35
1/
4 ✕ 4 ✕ 4 3.488 101.6 ✕ 101.6 ✕ 6.35

SHAPES 5. I Beams A D

Metric Size
A B C D kg/m
10.00 ✕ 20.00 ✕ 1.50 ✕ 1.50 0.191
12.70 ✕ 19.84 ✕ 1.57 ✕ 1.57 0.210
15.88 ✕ 25.40 ✕ 3.18 ✕ 3.18 0.519
19.05 ✕ 15.88 ✕ 1.59 ✕ 1.59 0.206
25.00 ✕ 32.00 ✕ 2.50 ✕ 2.50 0.570
38.10 ✕ 25.40 ✕ 2.64 ✕ 1.50 0.499
31.75 ✕ 44.45 ✕ 3.18 ✕ 3.18 0.985
101.60 ✕ 76.20 ✕ 7.92 ✕ 6.35 4.807
152.40 ✕ 76.20 ✕ 9.53 ✕ 6.35 6.441

Other I Beams, including both “sharp corners” and “radius corners” are available.
Tapered Flanges available from our mills. Please enquire for details.
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B
6. Square Tube
A

Imperial Size Metric Size


A B kg/m A B
1/
2 sq ✕ 16g .200 12.7 ✕ 1.6
3/
4 sq ✕ 16g .320 19.0 ✕ 1.6
1 sq ✕ 16g .422 25.4 ✕ 1.6
1 sq ✕ 10g .780 25.4 ✕ 3.2
11/4 sq ✕ 16g .544 31.7 ✕ 1.6
11/4 sq ✕ 10g .984 31.7 ✕ 3.2
11/2 sq ✕ 16g .666 38.1 ✕ 1.6
11/2 sq ✕ 10g 1.218 38.1 ✕ 3.2
13/4 sq ✕ 10g 1.453 44.4 ✕ 3.2
2 sq ✕ 16g .871 50.8 ✕ 1.6
2 sq ✕ 10g 1.700 50.8 ✕ 3.2
21/2 sq ✕ 10g 2.140 63.5 ✕ 3.2
3 sq ✕ 10g 2.523 76.2 ✕ 3.2
4 sq ✕ 10g 3.495 101.6 ✕ 3.2

7. Rectangular Tube C B
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Imperial Size Metric Size


A B C kg/m A B C
1/ 3/
1 2 ✕ 4 ✕ 16g .476 38.1 ✕ 19.0 ✕ 1.6
1/
1 2 ✕ 1 ✕ 16g .530 38.1 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 1.6
1/
1 2 ✕ 1 ✕ 10g 1.010 38.1 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
2 ✕ 1 ✕ 10g 1.240 50.8 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
2 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 10g 1.440 50.8 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
3 ✕ 1 ✕ 10g 1.727 76.2 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
3 ✕ 11/2 ✕ 10g 1.907 76.2 ✕ 38.1 ✕ 3.2
3 ✕ 2 ✕ 10g 2.140 76.2 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
4 ✕ 1 ✕ 10g 2.100 101.6 ✕ 25.4 ✕ 3.2
4 ✕ 13/4 ✕ 10g 2.490 101.6 ✕ 44.4 ✕ 3.2
4 ✕ 2 ✕ 10g 2.561 101.6 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2
6 ✕ 2 ✕ 10g 3.400 152.4 ✕ 50.8 ✕ 3.2 7
B
8. Round Tube
A

Imperial Size Metric Size


A B kg/m A B
1/
4 o/d ✕ 20g .042 6.35 ✕ 0.9
1/
4 o/d ✕ 16g .065 6.35 ✕ 1.6
5/
16 o/d ✕ 20g .055 7.95 ✕ 0.9
5/
16 o/d ✕ 16g .088 7.95 ✕ 1.6
3/
8 o/d ✕ 20g .067 9.5 ✕ 0.9
3/
8 o/d ✕ 16g .109 9.5 ✕ 1.6
1/
2 o/d ✕ 16g .153 12.7 ✕ 1.6
1/
2 o/d ✕ 10g .260 12.7 ✕ 3.2
5/
8 o/d ✕ 18g .152 15.9 ✕ 1.2
5/
8 o/d ✕ 16g .200 15.9 ✕ 1.6
5/
8 o/d ✕ 10g .350 15.9 ✕ 3.2
3/
4 o/d ✕ 18g .184 19.0 ✕ 1.2
3/
4 o/d ✕ 16g .241 19.0 ✕ 1.6
3/
4 o/d ✕ 10g .440 19.0 ✕ 3.2
7/
8 o/d ✕ 18g .217 22.2 ✕ 1.2
7/
8 o/d ✕ 16g .284 22.2 ✕ 1.6
7/
8 o/d ✕ 10g .524 22.2 ✕ 3.2
.560 25.0 ✕ 3.0

SHAPES 1 o/d ✕ 18g .250 25.4 ✕ 1.2


1 o/d ✕ 16g .330 25.4 ✕ 1.6
1 o/d ✕ 14g .405 25.4 ✕ 2.0
1 o/d ✕ 10g .612 25.4 ✕ 3.2
3/
1 o/d ✕ 16 .840 25.4 ✕ 4.76
.163 28.0 ✕ 0.7
11/8 o/d ✕ 16g .372 28.6 ✕ 1.6
11/8 o/d ✕ 10g .700 28.6 ✕ 3.2
11/4 o/d ✕ 18g .319 31.7 ✕ 1.2
11/4 o/d ✕ 16g .415 31.7 ✕ 1.6
11/4 o/d ✕ 12g .675 31.7 ✕ 2.64
11/4 o/d ✕ 10g .790 31.7 ✕ 3.2
.264 32.0 ✕ 1.0
13/8 o/d ✕ 16g .460 34.9 ✕ 1.6
13/8 o/d ✕ 10g .875 34.9 ✕ 3.2
11/2 o/d ✕ 16g .503 38.1 ✕ 1.6
11/2 o/d ✕ 14g .626 38.1 ✕ 2.0
11/2 o/d ✕ 10g .963 38.1 ✕ 3.2
8 11/2 o/d ✕ 1/
4 1.710 38.1 ✕ 6.35
B
8. Round Tube cont’d

Imperial Size Metric Size


A B kg/m A B
15/8 o/d ✕ 16g .550 41.3 ✕ 1.6
15/8 o/d ✕ 10g 1.050 41.3 ✕ 3.2
13/4 o/d ✕ 16g .591 44.4 ✕ 1.6
13/4 o/d ✕ 10g 1.140 44.4 ✕ 3.2
129/32 o/d ✕ 7g 1.652 48.4 ✕ 4.5
2 o/d ✕ 16g .680 50.8 ✕ 1.6
2 o/d ✕ 10g 1.320 50.8 ✕ 3.2
1/
2 o/d ✕ 4 2.411 50.8 ✕ 6.35
21/4 o/d ✕ 16g .766 57.1 ✕ 1.6
21/4 o/d ✕ 10g 1.490 57.1 ✕ 3.2
21/4 o/d ✕ 1/
4 2.753 57.1 ✕ 6.35
21/4 o/d ✕ 3/
8 3.880 57.1 ✕ 9.53
3.360 60.0 ✕ 7.5
4.251 60.0 ✕ 10.0
21/2 o/d ✕ 16g .860 63.5 ✕ 1.6
21/2 o/d ✕ 10g 1.670 63.5 ✕ 3.2
21/2 o/d ✕ 1/
4 3.110 63.5 ✕ 6.35
21/2 o/d ✕ 3/
8 4.396 63.5 ✕ 9.53
3/
2 4 o/d ✕ 16g .960 69.8 ✕ 1.6
SHAPES
4.119 72.0 ✕ 7.5
3 o/d ✕ 16g 1.051 76.2 ✕ 1.6
3 o/d ✕ 10g 2.030 76.2 ✕ 3.2
1/
3 o/d ✕ 4 3.780 76.2 ✕ 6.35
31/4 o/d ✕ 10g 2.200 82.5 ✕ 3.2
1/
3 2 o/d ✕ 16g 1.205 88.9 ✕ 1.6
1/
3 2 o/d ✕ 10g 2.370 88.9 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/
3 2 o/d ✕ 4 4.480 88.9 ✕ 6.35
4 o/d ✕ 16g 1.381 101.6 ✕ 1.6
4 o/d ✕ 10g 2.730 101.6 ✕ 3.2
1/
4 o/d ✕ 4 5.170 101.6 ✕ 6.35
1/
4 2 o/d ✕ 10g 3.080 114.3 ✕ 3.2
1/ 1/
4 2 o/d ✕ 4 5.860 114.3 ✕ 6.35
5 o/d ✕ 10g 3.424
6 o/d ✕ 10g 4.120 152.4 ✕ 3.2

Larger tubes are also available.


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9. Round Bar

Imperial Size Metric Size Imperial Size Metric Size


DIA kg/m DIA DIA kg/m DIA
1/
4 .089 6.35 41/2 27.83 114.3
5/
16 .138 7.95 43/4 30.96 120.0
3/
8 .199 9.52 5 34.4 127.0
1/
2 .354 12.7 51/4 37.8 133.35
5/
8 .554 15.9 51/2 41.57 139.7
3/
4 .796 19.0 53/4 45.4 146.05
7/
8 1.083 22.2 6 49.4 152.4
1 1.414 25.4 61/4 54.5 158.75
11/4 2.202 31.75 61/2 58.0 165.1
11/2 3.185 38.1 7 67.3 177.8
13/4 4.21 44.45 71/4 72.1 184.15
2 5.497 50.8 71/2 77.2 190.5
21/4 6.957 57.15 8 87.948 203.2
21/2 8.86 63.5 81/2 99.3 215.9
23/4 10.4 69.85 9 111.3 228.6
3 12.37 76.2 91/2 124.7 241.3
31/4 14.57 82.55 10 137.4 254
31/2 16.82 88.9 101/2 150.6 266.7
33/4 19.35 95.25 11 166.2 279.4
4 22.02 101.6 111/2 181.74 292.1
41/4 24.85 107.95 12 198.0 304.8

10. Square Bar


SHAPES

Imperial Size Metric Size Imperial Size Metric Size


SQ. kg/m SQ. SQ. kg/m SQ.
1/
4 .110 6.35 2 7.02 50.8
5/
16 .171 7.95 21/4 8.836 57.15
3/
8 .247 9.52 21/2 10.923 63.5
1/
2 .440 12.7 3 15.73 76.2
5/
8 .690 15.9 31/4 18.36 82.55
3/
4 .988 19.0 31/2 21.41 88.9
7/
8 1.344 22.2 4 31.46 101.6
1 1.760 25.4 5 43.7 127.0
11/4 2.74 31.75 6 62.93 127.0
11/2 3.958 38.1

Other sizes up to 10” (254.0mm) are available, please ask.


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11. Flat Bar
B
A

Imperial Size Metric Size


A B kg/m A B
3/ 1/
8 ✕ 4 .164 9.5 ✕ 6.35
1/ 1/
2 ✕ 16 .055 12.7 ✕ 1.6
1/ 1/
2 ✕ 8 .110 12.7 ✕ 3.2
1/ 3/
2 ✕ 16 .165 12.7 ✕ 4.76
1/ 1/
2 ✕ 4 .220 12.7 ✕ 6.35
1/ 5/
2 ✕ 16 .274 12.7 ✕ 7.95
1/ 3/
2 ✕ 8 .330 12.7 ✕ 9.5
5/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 .140 15.9 ✕ 3.2
5/ 3/
8 ✕ 16 .205 15.9 ✕ 4.76
5/ 3/
8 ✕ 8 .411 15.9 ✕ 9.5
3/ 1/
4 ✕ 16 .082 19.0 ✕ 1.6
3/ 1/
4 ✕ 8 .165 19.0 ✕ 3.2
3/ 3/
4 ✕ 16 .246 19.0 ✕ 4.76
3/ 1/
4 ✕ 4 .330 19.0 ✕ 6.35
3/ 5/
4 ✕ 16 .411 19.0 ✕ 7.95
3/ 3/
4 ✕ 8 .494 19.0 ✕ 9.5
3/ 1/
4 ✕ 2 .660 19.0 ✕ 12.7
7/ 1/
8 ✕ 8 .192 22.2 ✕ 3.2
7/ 3/
8 ✕ 16 .289 22.2 ✕ 4.76
7/ 1/
8 ✕ 4 .384 22.2 ✕ 6.35
7/ 1/
8 ✕ 2 .768 22.2 ✕ 12.7
1/
1 ✕ 16 .112 25.4 ✕ 1.6
1/
1 ✕ 8 .220 25.4 ✕ 3.2 SHAPES
3/
1 ✕ 16 .330 25.4 ✕ 4.76
1/
1 ✕ 4 .440 25.4 ✕ 6.35
5/
1 ✕ 16 .548 25.4 ✕ 7.95
3/
1 ✕ 8 .660 25.4 ✕ 9.5
1/
1 ✕ 2 .880 25.4 ✕ 12.7
5/
1 ✕ 8 1.100 25.4 ✕ 15.9
3/
1 ✕ 4 1.320 25.4 ✕ 19.0
1.230 30.0 ✕ 15.0
1/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 8 .274 31.7 ✕ 3.2
1/ 3/
1 4 ✕ 16 .411 31.7 ✕ 4.76
1/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 4 .550 31.7 ✕ 6.35
1/ 3/
1 4 ✕ 8 .823 31.7 ✕ 9.5
1/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 2 1.100 31.7 ✕ 12.7
1/ 5/
1 4 ✕ 8 1.372 31.7 ✕ 15.9
1/ 3/
1 4 ✕ 4 1.652 31.7 ✕ 19.0
1/
1 4 ✕ 1 2.200 31.7 ✕ 25.4
1/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 16 .165 38.1 ✕ 1.6
1/ 1/
1 2 ✕ 8 .330 38.1 ✕ 3.2
1/ 3/
1 2 ✕ 16 .494 38.1 ✕ 4.76

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11. Flat Bar cont’d
B
A

Imperial Size Metric Size


A B kg/m A B
11/2 ✕ 1/
4 .660 38.1 ✕ 6.35
11/2 ✕ 5/
16 .822 38.1 ✕ 7.95
11/2 ✕ 3/
8 .988 38.1 ✕ 9.5
11/2 ✕ 1/
2 1.320 38.1 ✕ 12.7
11/2 ✕
5/
8 1.652 38.1 ✕ 15.9
11/2 ✕
3/
4 1.980 38.1 ✕ 19.0
11/2 ✕ 1 2.634 38.1 ✕ 25.4
3/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 8 .384 44.4 ✕ 3.2
3/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 4 .770 44.4 ✕ 6.35
3/ 3/
1 4 ✕ 8 1.152 44.4 ✕ 9.5
3/ 1/
1 4 ✕ 2 1.537 44.4 ✕ 12.7
.834 50.0 ✕ 6.0
1/
2 ✕ 8 .440 50.8 ✕ 3.2
3/
2 ✕ 16 .660 50.8 ✕ 4.76
1/
2 ✕ 4 .880 50.8 ✕ 6.35
5/
2 ✕ 16 1.095 50.8 ✕ 7.95
3/
2 ✕ 8 1.320 50.8 ✕ 9.5
1/
2 ✕ 2 1.760 50.8 ✕ 12.7
5/
2 ✕ 8 2.200 50.8 ✕ 15.9
3/
2 ✕ 4 2.634 50.8 ✕ 19.0
2 ✕ 1 3.512 50.8 ✕ 25.4
21/2 ✕
1/
8 .550 63.5 ✕ 3.2
21/2 ✕ 1/
4 1.100 63.5 ✕ 6.35
SHAPES 21/2 ✕ 3/
8 1.652 63.5 ✕ 9.5
21/2 ✕ 1/
2 2.200 63.5 ✕ 12.7
21/2 ✕ 1 4.390 63.5 ✕ 25.4
1/
3 ✕ 8 .660 76.2 ✕ 3.2
1/
3 ✕ 4 1.320 76.2 ✕ 6.35
3/
3 ✕ 8 1.980 76.2 ✕ 9.5
1/
3 ✕ 2 2.634 76.2 ✕ 12.7
3/
3 ✕ 4 3.960 76.2 ✕ 19.0
3 ✕ 1 5.267 76.2 ✕ 25.4
1/
4 ✕ 8 .880 101.6 ✕ 3.2
1/
4 ✕ 4 1.766 101.6 ✕ 6.35
3/
4 ✕ 8 2.634 101.6 ✕ 9.5
1/
4 ✕ 2 3.512 101.6 ✕ 12.7
5/
4 ✕ 8 4.390 101.6 ✕ 15.9
4 ✕ 1 7.023 101.6 ✕ 25.4
1/
6 ✕ 8 1.320 152.4 ✕ 3.2
1/
6 ✕ 4 2.634 152.4 ✕ 6.35
3/
6 ✕ 8 3.960 152.4 ✕ 9.5
1/
6 ✕ 2 5.267 152.4 ✕ 12.7

Larger flat bars, especially in other alloys (2014, 5083, 6082 and 7075) can be provided — up
to 14” ✕ 11/4” (355.6mm ✕ 31.7mm).
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12. Patterned Sheet & Plate

These can be used in a multitude of applications, including


buildings, walls, floors, shopfitting and protection for all
surfaces.
5754 “TopGrip®” Treadplate — new!
Now available in the UK from metalweb Shapes — a new
design in treadplate from a leading western European aluminium
supplier. This new product offers improved levels of safety as
well as style. To see this revolutionary new treadplate for
yourself please ask for your free sample now!
Revolutionary new TopGrip®
Metric Availability
Length Width Thickness
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 2.0
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 3.0
3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 3.0
Other lengths, widths and thicknesses are available on request
“5 Bar” Treadplate
The “traditional” treadplate, well known everywhere, especially
in sandwich shops. Suitable as a surface cover for walls or 5 Bar, Stucco, Checkmate and
displays and in thicker gauges for floors and walkways. Hammered Pattern all available

5754 “5 Bar” Treadplate 6082 “5 Bar” Treadplate


Metric Availability Metric Availability
Length Width Thickness Length Width Thickness
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 2.0 – – –
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 3.0 2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 3.0 SHAPES
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 4.5 – – –
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 6.0 3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 6.0
1050 Stucco Embossed
Utilised largely for cladding/surface protection.
Metric Availability Imperial Availability
Length Width Thickness Length Width Thickness
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 0.50
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 0.50
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 0.70
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 0.70
8’ ✕ 4’ ✕ 0.04”
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 0.90
3103 Checkmate
Utilised largely in transport applications.
Imperial Availability
Length Width Thickness
8’ ✕ 4’ ✕ 0.125”
6’ ✕ 3’ ✕ 0.125”

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12. Patterned Sheet & Plate cont’d

Sheets for Building/Decorative/Display


1) Suitable for anodizing with protective adhesive coating.
5005 H14 Anodic Sheet
Metric Availability Metric Availability
Length Width Thickness Length Width Thickness
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 1.0 3000 ✕ 1250 ✕ 1.5
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 1.5 3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 2.0
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 2.0 3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 1.5
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 2.5 3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 2.0
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 3.0 3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 3.0
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 1.5 4000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 2.0
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 2.0 4000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 3.0
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 3.0
2) 5005 H14 Pre-anodized to AA15 Natural with protective adhesive coating.*
5005 H14 Anodic Sheet
Metric Availability Metric Availability
Length Width Thickness Length Width Thickness
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 1.0 3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 1.0
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 1.5 3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 1.5
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 2.0 3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 2.0
2000 ✕ 1000 ✕ 3.0 3000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 3.0
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 1.0 4000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 1.5
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 1.5 4000 ✕ 1500 ✕ 2.0
SHAPES 2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 2.0
2500 ✕ 1250 ✕ 3.0
* Alternative Anodic thicknesses available.
Please note that these high quality 5005 sheets can take a few days for delivery, and may
incur minimum quantities.
3) Standard aluminium sheets available in 1050, 3103, 5251 (S1C, NS3, NS4) in range
standard sizes — 2m ✕ 1m; 2.5m ✕ 1.25m; 3m ✕ 1.25m and 4m ✕ 2m and a range of
thicknesses from 0.45mm to 6mm thick.
4) Specialist aluminium sheets available in alloys 2014, 2024, 5083, 6061, 6082, 7075 —
please enquire!

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13. Special Shapes

Half Round Moulding Double Feather Edge

B B
A
A

Imperial Size Metric Size Imperial Size Metric Size

A B kg/m A B A B kg/m A B
3/ 1/
1 ✕ 16 .196 25.4 ✕ 4.76 1 ✕ 8 .207 25.4 ✕ 3.18

Hanging Zed H Section

SHAPES
Cope Sections

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14. Choosing the Correct
Extrusion Alloy
. . . is determined by what the rod, bar, section or tube will be used for and how it will be
machined or finished. Then you can quickly compare your application requirement with the
commonly available alloys. You will find below useful descriptions of what each alloy can do.

1050/1200 — Soft workable alloys having high purity which gives excellent corrosion
resistance.

2011 — The Free Machining Alloy — Machines to an excellent finish. Often replaces free
machining brass without a change of tooling. First choice for screw machined parts unless
higher strength or more corrosion resistance is required. Contains lead and bismuth and
consequently losing popularity to alternatives — please enquire.

2014 — Has a tendency to allow the removal of a greater volume of metal in a single
operation for an equivalent standard of finish than 6082. Durability, however, is lower and
needs a protective coating. Machines better in solution treated condition than fully heat
treated. Used for machined parts where these characteristics are critical. The most common
aerospace extrusion alloy.

3003/3103 — 1% Mag Alloy. Usually stocked in solid bar form rather than shapes. A good
welding alloy often used in cryogenic applications.

5056A/5083/5251 — Alloys in which magnesium is the main alloying element. Ductile in the
soft condition but work hardens rapidly becoming extremely tough. Very good weldability
and high resistance to marine atmospheres makes them ideal for shipbuilding and road
transport applications. Harder to extrude than other alloys, particularly in hollows, and
therefore longer lead times and higher prices. Not generally stocked, but metalweb carry a
comprehensive range.
SHAPES
6061 — Standard structural alloy easily welded or brazed with fine finishing characteristics
and good corrosion resistance. Similar to 6082 with better formability but more difficult to
extrude and possessing lower strength. Used for couplings, hardware, hydraulic pistons, etc.

6063 — Low to medium strength alloy suitable for more intricate sections requiring good
corrosion resistance and high surface finish. Used in transport and all architectural
applications where good anodising characteristics are essential. The most common alloy for
shapes from stock.

6082 — Most versatile of all the medium strength alloys with good mechanical properties,
corrosion resistance, weldability and machinability. Most common commercial rod and bar
alloy from stock. Metalweb have the largest range available.

7075 — Highest strength bars normally stocked. Not a standard screw machine grade yet
produces curled or easily broken chips with good to excellent machined finish. Has high
hardness but poor corrosion and welding characteristics. For machined parts requiring high
strength. Mainly used in the aerospace industry. Available in rounds and rectangles.

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15. Choosing the Correct Plate
and Sheet Alloy
. . . is determined by what the plate, sheet or strip will be used for, how severely it will be
formed and what the welding requirements are. Then you can quickly match your application
needs with the properties of the commonly available aluminium alloys. You will find below
useful descriptions of what each alloy can do.

NON-HEAT TREATABLE ALLOYS


1050/1080/1200 — Commercially pure aluminium, highly resistant to chemical attack and
weathering. Easily worked and welded, but the lowest strength aluminium. Excellent for
chemical processing equipment and other uses where product purity is important, and for
metal pressings of all types where ductility is critical.

3003/3103 — Stronger than 1200 with same good formability. Fine corrosion resistance and
weldability. Used for storage tanks, chemical equipment, brazing applications, van bodies
and cryogenic uses. For higher strength, consider 5052/5251/5754.

5005 — Specified for anodised applications to match with 6063 extrusions. Anodised
coating is clearer and lighter than for 3003/3103 in severe drawing applications. Uses are
decorative, architectural and consumer products.

5052/5251/5754 — Forms readily in the intermediate tempers. Corrosion resistance is very


good, as is weldability. Better salt water corrosion resistance than 1200. Used for pressure
vessels, tanks, fittings or applications involving forming or welding, e.g. used for houseboat
hulls, pontoon boats and van bodies. 5052 (2.5% Mag) is commonly used in the USA; 5251
(2% Mag) is largely a ‘UK only’ standard; whereas 5754 (3% Mag) is the European standard
in this range.

5083 — Stronger than the above alloys (e.g. 4.5% Mag). For high strength welded
applications with outstanding joint strength — rail wagons, marine components, bridges,
SHAPES
stationary cryogenic vessels and overhead cranes. Excellent weldability and corrosion
resistance. Restricted to temperatures below 150ºF = 65.5ºC. The widest range of plate from
stock, and we are in the position to offer short mill lead times.

HEAT TREATABLE ALLOYS


2014/2024 — High strength alloys with excellent machinability widely used in aircraft. Have
limited formability and only fair corrosion resistance in the heat treated condition. Not
recommended for fusion welding. Used for high strength parts in aircraft and machinery,
including gears and bolts and for security vans where strength is critical.

6082/6061 — Widely used structural alloys for light to medium strength applications.
Combine good formability, weldability, corrosion resistance and strength after heat
treatment. Since they lose appreciable strength when welded, the 5000 series alloys replace
them in some marine applications. Availability of bars, shapes, tubing and pipe in the same
alloy helps make this a popular selection. 6082 is the most common heat treated plate from
stock. 6061 is more commonly used in the USA.

7075 — A very high strength aircraft alloy. Good machinability and hardness. Not for welding
or corrosion resistance. Widely used for tools and moulds and specialist applications. We
carry a complete range of plate and bar in this alloy.

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Please call, fax or e-mail one our sales team
SHAPES
Adrian: abarton@metalwebshapes.com
Brian: bwaller@metalwebshapes.com
Steve: swaller@metalwebshapes.com
Tel: 01992 466600 Fax: 01992 446454
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