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Standards Action Report


October 2018


The 2018 edition of the “Components of Clad Aluminum Alloy Products” have been published.  The newly revised publication, popularly known and the “Light Green Sheets,” supersede the 2006 edition.

The 2018 edition of the “International Alloy Designations and Chemical Composition Limits for Wrought Aluminum and Wrought Aluminum Alloys,” supersede the 2015 edition.

These documents have been extensively revised to include numerous new registrations, revisions to the previously registered product information, and the deactivation of numerous obsolete products. 

The 2018 edition of the Teal Sheets is a revision to 2015 edition. This registration record is the defining source for the designations and chemical composition limits for wrought aluminum and wrought aluminum alloys referenced in a number of standards and specifications worldwide. New in this edition is information on 20 new alloy designations, their associated chemical composition limits and nominal densities. There is one (1) newly deactivated alloy added to the list of previously registered but currently inactive alloy designations. Other information includes chemical composition limits of inactive original alloys, the Declaration of Accord on an International Designation System for Wrought Aluminum and Wrought Aluminum Alloys and a list of the Signatories to the Accord.

The 2018 edition of the Light Green Sheets is a revision to the 2006 edition.  This registration record is the source for clad aluminum alloy products registered with The Aluminum Association, and contains the registered designations, component alloys, cladding location, and other information on the registered products, as well as a list of those products that have been deactivated, a description of the designations for clad products, and the information required to register a clad product for inclusion in the registration record. One (1) new clad alloy pair was added to the list and four (4) clad alloy pairs were removed from this 2018 publication.              

To purchase a hard copy of these publications, visit the Aluminum Association’s online bookstore on the Association’s website. The cost for the printed and downloadable version of the Teal Sheet can be purchased for $80 each for non- members and $40 each for members.  The cost for the printed and downloadable version of the Light Green Sheet can be purchased for $120 each for non- members and $60 each for members. 


The Aluminum Association completed registration of one (1) new international alloy designated 2033.

In addition, the temper registration status of 2397-T87, 7085-T711 and 7085-T721 Plate were moved from Tentative to Final.  The Aluminum Association also deactivated aluminum alloys 203.0 Sheet, 203.2 Ingot, and international designation 4007, 7064 and 7069

Note:  The chemical composition limits of the registered alloys since the last edition of the Light Green – Clad Sheet and the Teal Sheet are listed in the addenda of this publication, available at


Following is a list of new projects initiated since the last report, currently under review by The Aluminum Association’s Technical Committee on Product Standards.  All parties that could be affected are welcome to comment on individual proposals:

Alloy and Temper Registrations and Revisions

Under Review by Technical Committee on Product Standards

Project No. Subject
PN18-71 Request to Move Tentative Temper Registration of 2050-T34 Plate to Final
PN18-72 Request for Tentative Temper Registration of 2081-T84 Plate


 ANSI and ASD Related Projects

PS18-119 Interpretation Question of the ANSI H35.2 and ASD Standard Tolerance – Tables 11.9 and 12.9
PS18-120 Proposed Errata AS&D Table 11.2 Cross-Sectional Dimension Tolerances—Profiles
PS18-121 Proposed Errata AS&D Table 16.29 and ANSI H35.2 Table 16.29 Corner and Edge Radii—Tolerances—Extruded Bar—Electric Conductors
PS18-122 Interpretation Question of the H35.2, H35.2(M), ASD, and ASD(M) Standard Tolerance - Table 11.6



PS18-118 Definition of the purpose of the Global Technical Alliance



Subcommittee on Alloy and Temper Registrations April  23, 2019
Technical Committee on Product Standards April 24, 2019



The majority of the Association’s standards activities are carried out by the Technical Committee on Product Standards (TCPS) in accordance with The Aluminum Association procedures governing these activities.  Product Divisions may also form technical committees to work on specific standards that affect their products.  For example, the Electrical Division has a Task Group of AA Representatives on National Electrical Code Panels.

To request a copy of a project or to discuss placing a representative on TCPS, contact  John Weritz at


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