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Aly Designation: B 209 - 96 Standard Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Sheet and Plate’ "hs standarl i ued under the Hae desigation 200; the marc imnedately following the designation indies the year of vigil adoption a, in th av f revision, he ya fst evo. A puri prerthees indicates the year flat eaproval. A ‘upeeiptepin () incase eto chage snc the ast revision or reapprova ‘This standart bas ben approved for use by agence of the Deparmen of Defense 1. Scope* 1.1 This specification? covers aluminum and aluminum- alloy flat sheet, coiled sheet, and plate, in the alloys (Note 1) and tempers shown in Tables 2 and 3, and in the following finishes: 11.1 Plat sill finish, 1.1.2 Sheet in nonbeat-reatable alloys: mill finish, one-side bright mill finish, standard one-side bright finish, and standard two-sides bright finish, Nowe 1—Throughout this specification use of the term allay inthe ‘general sense inclides alumina es well as aluminum alloy. [Now 2—See Specification B 632 for ead plate. 1.2 Alloy and temper designations are in accordance with ANSI H35.1. The equivalent Unified Numbering System alloy designations are those of Table | preceded by A9, for example, ‘A91100 for aluminum 1100 in accordance with Practice E 527. 1.3 A complete metric companion to Specification B 209 has been developed—B 209 M; therefore, no metric equiva- Tents are presented in this specification. 1.4 For acceptance criteria for inclusion of new aluminum ‘and aluminum alloys in this specification, see Annex A2. all alloys and sheet in heat-treatable alloys: 2. Referenced Documents 2.1 ‘The following documents of the issue in effect on the date of material purchase, unless otherwise noted, form a part of this specification to the extent referenced herein: 2.2 ASTM Standards: B 548 Method for Ultrasonic Inspection of Aluminum- Alloy Plate for Pressure Vessels? B 557 Test Methods of Tension Testing Wrought and Cast, ‘Aluminum- and Magnesium-Alloy Products? This specification is under the jritiction of ASTM Commitee B-7 on Light Metals and Alloys, andi the diet responsibilty of Subeommitee BOTS ca Alun Alloy Wrousht Pru (Curent eon approved Ag 10, 1986. Published September 196, Orgy Published as 1 209-46 Las previous eon B 209-95, * For ASME Boiler and Pressure Ves Ce applications se relat Speci avon $8-209 in Section It ofthat Code “Anmual Book of ASTM Standards, Vl 02.02 18594 Practice for Ultrasonic Inspection of Aluminum- Alloy Wrought Products for Aerospace Applications’ B 597 Practice for Heat Treatment of Aluminum Alloys* 8660 Practices for Packaging?Packing of Aluminum and Magnesium Products? 1B 666/B 666M Practice for Identification Marking of Alu- ‘minum Products? 3 Methods of Preparation of Metllographic Specimens* E29 Practie for Using Significant Digits in Test Data to Determine Conformance with Specifications® E34 Test Methods for Chemical Analysis of Aluminum and ‘Aluminum-Base Alloys? 55 Practice for Sampling Wrought Nonferrous Metals and Alloys for Determination of Chemical Composition® E101 Test Method for Spectrographic Analysis of Alumi- ‘num and Aluminum Alloys by the Point-to-Plane Tech- nigue” 1.237 Test Method for Optical Emission Spectrometic ‘Analysis of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys by the Point-o-Plane Technique E290 Test Method for Semi-Guided Bend Test for Ductlity of Metalic Materials" E407 Test Methods for Mieroetching Metals and Alloys* E527 Practice for Numbering Metals and Alloys (UNS)* E607 Test Method for Optical Emission Spectrometric ‘Analysis of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys by the Poiat-o-Planc Technique, Nitogen Atmosphere? E716 Practices for Sampling Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys for Spectrochemical Analysis? E 1004 Test Method for Electromagnetic (Eddy.Curent) ‘Measurements of Electrical Conductivity"? E1251 Test Method for Optical Emission Spectrometric ‘Analysis of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys by the Argon “ Anmuat ok of AST Standen, Yo 03.0 * Anmual Bok of ASTM Standen, Vo 18.02 ‘mua! Book ef ASDM Standerds, Vol 0308. * Dicontened. See 195 Annu! Book of ASTM Stondants, VO O34. imal Book of ASTM Stoner, Wo 0.0. aa! Bok of ASTM Sundar, Yo 08.06, Annual Boo of ASTM Stoners, Vo 3, *A.Sumamary of Changes section appears atthe en ofthis standard. Cepyight © ASTM renaton, 10 Bar Hr Dte, PO Box C70, Wet Conhctctn, PA 2-285, Ue Sn Ail 8 209 - 96 ‘Atmosphere, Point-to-Plane, Unipolar Self-Initiating Ca- pacitor Discharge? G47 ‘Test Method for Determining Susceptibility to Stress- ‘Corrosion Cracking of High Strength Aluminum Alloy Products! G66 Test Method for Visual Assossment of Exfoliation Corrosion Susceptibility of SXXX Series Aluminum Al- loys (Asset Test)!” Method of Test for Exfoliation Corrosion Susceptibility in ‘TXXX Series Copper-Containing Aluminum Alloys (Exeo ‘Test) (G34-72)'* 2.3. ANSI Standards: H3S.1 Alloy and Temper Designation Systems for Akami- 1352 Dimensional Tolerances for Aluminum Mill Prod- as! 24 Military Standard: MIL-STD-129 Marking for Shipment and Storage'* 25. Military Specification: MIL-H-6088 Heat Treatment of Aluminum Alloys" 26 Federal Standard: Fed. Std. No. 123 Marking for Shipment (Civil Agencies)"* 3. Terminology 3.1 Definitions 3.1.1 sheet—a rolled product that is rectangular in cross section with thickness less than 0.250 in, but not less than 0.006 in. and with slit, sheared, or sawed edges. 3.1.2 alclad sheet composite sheet comprised of an ‘luminum-alloy core having on both surfaces (if on one side only, alclad one-side sheet) a metallurgically bonded aluminum or aluminum-alley coating that is anodic to the core, thus electrolytically protecting the core against corr 3.1.3 coiled sheet—sheet in coils with slit edges. 3.1.4 flat sheet—sheet with sheared, slit, or sawed edges, Which has been flattened or leveled, 3.1.5 mill finish sheet—sheot having nonuniform finish which may Vary from sheet to sheot and within a shoot, and ‘may not be entirely free from stains or oil. 3.1.6 one-side bright mill finish sheet—sheet having a moderate degree of brightness on one side, and a mill finish on the other. 3.1.7 standard one-side bright finish sheet ~ shoot having a ‘uniform bright finish on one side, and a mill finish on the other, 3.1.8 standard two-sides bright finish sheet— shest having a ‘uniform bright finish on both sides. 3.19 plate—a rolled product that is rectangular in cross section with thickness not ess than 0.250 in., and with sheared or sawed edges. 3.1.10 alclad plate—composite plate comprised of an aluminum-alloy core having on both surfaces (if on one side "aaa Book of AST Stor, Vo 03.0 "The apple eon in th ur of thi speccaon x O34 72—avieble a the Rel Matra ston (ry pages) ote Anal Book of ASTM Stands, vane "ala nthe Rel Matis (gay pages ofthe Anal Book of ‘ASIA Standend, VOL O22. * aval fom Stndariatin Docsmene Ores Desk, Bi. 4 Section D, 700 Rabbins Ave, Phlephi,PAI9I1-S0B, As: NPODS. only, alelad one-side plate) a metallurgically bonded alurninum ‘or aluminum alloy coating that is anodic to the core, thus electrolytically protecting the core against corrosion, 3.1.11 parent coil or plate—a coil of sheet or a plate that has been processed to final temper as a single unit and subse- quently cut into two or more smaller coils or individual sheets or into smaller plates to provide the required width or length, or both, 3.1.12 producer—the primary manufacturer of the material, 3.1.13 supplier—includes only the category of jobbers and distributors as distinct from producers 3.2 Definitions of Terms Specific 10 This Standard: 3.2.1 capable of—The term capable of as used in this specification means that the test need not be performed by the producer of the material. However, should testing by the ‘purchaser establish that the material does not meet these requirements, the material shall be subject to rejection. 4. Ordering Information 4.1 Orders for material to this specification shall include the pec ‘umber, the year, and the revision lete, if applicable), 4.1.2 Quantity in pieces or pounds, 4113 Alloy 7.1), 4.14 Temper (9.1), 4.15 Finish for sheet », 4.1.6 For sheet, whether flat or coiled, 4.1.7 Dimensions (thickness, width, and length or coil size), 4.1.8 Tensile property limits and dimensional tolerances for sizes not coveted in Table 2 or Table 3 of this specification and in ANSI 135.2, respectively. 4.2 Additionally, orders for material to this specification shall include the following information when required by the urchaser: 4.2.1 Whether supply of one of the pairs of tempers where shown in Table 2, H114 or 124, 1134 or 1124 is specifically excluded (Table 2, footnote D), 4.2.2 Whether heat treatment in accordance with Practice B 597 is required (8.2), 4.2.3 Whether bend tests are required (12.1), 424 Whether testing for stress-corrosion cracking resis- tance of alloy 2124-1851 is required (13.1), 42.5 Whether ultrasonic inspection for aerospace or pres- ‘sure vessel applications is required (Section 17), 4.2.6 Whether inspection or witness of inspection and tests by the purchascr’s representative is required prior to material shipment (18.1), 4.2.7 Whether certification is required (Section 22), 4.2.8 Whether marking for identification is required (20.1), and 4.2.9 Whether Practices B 660 applies and, if so, the levels of preservation, packaging, and packing required (23.121.1).. 5. Responsibility for Quality Assurance 5.1 Responsibility for Inspection and Tesis—Unless other- wise specified inthe contract or purchase order, the producer is responsible for the performance of all inspection and test nonheat-‘reatable alloys (Section a ‘ten Crom Zne Tanti MERE pk toy ren Copper Manganese. 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The producer may use his own 5.2 Lot Definition— An inspection lot shall be defined as or any other suitable facilites for the performance of the follows: inspection and test requirements specified herein, unless dis- 5.2.1 For heat-treated tempers, an inspection lot shall con- approved by the purchaser in the order or at the time of contract sist of an identifiable quantity of material of the same mill signing. The purchaser shall have the right to perform any of form, alloy tmper, and thickness traceable toa heat-treat fot the inspections and tests st forth inthis specication where "Iya cl sabato inspection atone tine ‘such inspections are deemed necessary to cnsure that material ‘conforms to prescribed requirements.