ALUMINIZED STEEL TYPE I & TYPE II
Carbon steel coils are coated according ASTM A463 on both sides with a pure aluminum or an aluminum 5% to 10% silicon alloy. The pure aluminum coated product is called ALUMINIZED TYPE II, and the aluminum-silicon alloy coated one is called as ALUMINIZED TYPE I.
Aluminized sheets have many applications in refineries, the petrochemical industry, gas power plants, oil storage facilities, grain silos, and pipe cladding, automotive industry.
TYPE I : ASTM A463
TYPE II : ASTM A463 & ASTM A929
Commercial Steel (CS)
Deep Drawing Steel (DDS)
Extra Deep Drawing Steel (EDDS)
Structural Grade (SS)
High Strength Low Alloy Steel (HSLAS)
: 0.014” through 0.13”
: 24” through 61”
: 20” and 24”
: Chemical treatment, Oiling,
Stenciling (Upon request)
: Flat, Corrugated.
Min. (Oz/Sq Ft)
Min. (Gram /Sq Meter)
Min. Coating Thickness (µm)(Total Both Sides)
T1-13 T1-25 T1-40 T1-60 T2-65 T2-100
.13 .25 .40 .60 .65 1.00
40 76 122 182 184 300
13 25 40 60 62 95
*Coating thicknesses are approximate. *Conversions are based on the following relationship; (1) AL T2 coating: 1 oz/ft2=0.00374 in.; 1 g/m2=0.31131 µm. (2) AL T1 coating: 1 oz/ft2=0.00398 in.; 1 g/m2=0.33128 µm.
Features and Benefits
Surface characteristic of aluminum, combined with the strength and lower cost of steel.
Excellent resistance to heat and corrosion.
Various coating weights available.
Uniformity of appearance and thickness.
Reflect 80% of radiant heat.
Good atmospheric corrosion standard.
Various coating weights.
Highly reflective of solar heat.