3003 Aluminum Sheet

Kloeckner Metals is proud to supply 3003 aluminum sheet, one of the most widely used aluminum alloy products.

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General Info About 3003 Aluminum Sheet

Between its good workability, moderate strength, and reasonable corrosion resistance, 3003 aluminum sheet is considered a workhorse product that shows up in a wide range of industries and applications.

Typical Standards

TemperThickness (Metric/Imperial)WidthLength
3003-0.25 - 6mm / 1/64- 15/64"36", 48", 60"96", 120", 144"
3003-H12.25 - 6mm / 1/64- 15/64"36", 48", 60"96", 120", 144"
3003-H14.25 - 6mm / 1/64- 15/64"36", 48", 60"96", 120", 144"
3003-H16.25 - 6mm / 1/64- 15/64"36", 48", 60"96", 120", 144"
3003-H18.25 - 6mm / 1/64- 15/64"36", 48", 60"96", 120", 144"

More Details About Aluminum 3003

  • Advantages/Disadvantages

    Aluminum 3003 has high tensile strength and good corrosion resistance. On the other hand, the aluminum does not respond to heat treatment.

  • Industries

    Aluminum 3003 is often used in the manufacturing and chemical industries.

  • Applications

    Some typical applications are pressure vessels, gas lines, storage tanks, cooking utensils, ice cube trays, and more.

  • Machining

    Aluminum 3003 has good machinability.

  • Welding

    Aluminum 3003 has good weldability. To increase the strength of aluminum 3003, you can use cold welding.

  • Heat Treatment

    Aluminum 3003 does not respond to heat treatment.

Chemical Properties


Mechanical Properties

Strength PSIElongation %
TemperUltimate Tensile Strength (Min - Max)Yield Set 0.2%1/16"1/2"Brinell Hardness
3003-014,000 - 19,000600030%4028
3003-H1217,000 - 23,00018,00010%2035
3003-H1420,000 - 26,00021,0008%1640
3003-H1624,000 - 30,00025,0005%1547
3003-H1827,000 -27,0004%1055

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