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MRS QUALITY

MRS QUALITY

MRS QUALITY

(OP)
Good Morning,

Can an Aluminum Alloy sheet MRS quality, lose its property after a heat treatment?

Thank you

RE: MRS QUALITY

I am not familiar with the MRS acronym that you are referring to.
But I can say that heat treatment will affect the properties of aluminum sheet.

That is WHY aluminum is heat-treated after all.

If you would care to give some more detail about what property concerns you, my answer can be more specific.

STF

RE: MRS QUALITY

bsdimair,

I would guess that all aluminium sheet used for any structural purpose either is heat treated or work hardened. If you heat it up again, you lose all that.

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JHG

RE: MRS QUALITY

bsdimair... ref a previous discussion on MRS material...

MRS Specification on 2024-T3 Sheet Stock
www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=319999

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