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Standards Action Report

 STANDARDS ACTION REPORT

June 2019

RECENT STANDARDS ACTIONS
 

The Aluminum Association completed registration of three (3) new international wrought alloys designations 2046, 2064 and 6029.

 

Note:  The chemical composition limits of the registered alloys since the last edition of the Teal Sheets are listed in the addenda of this publication, available at http://www.aluminum.org/resources/industry-standards

 

NEW PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT

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
PN19-57 Request for Registration of two (2) New AM and Powder Alloys “8A55.60L” and “8A55.50”

 

International Registrations

Under Review by Signatories to the Declaration of Accord-Wrought

Project No. Subject
PN19-56 Request for Registration of a new 5XXX Wrought Aluminum Alloy “5081”

 

ANSI and ASD Related Projects

Project No. Subject
PS19-110 ANSI Interpretation Question on measuring twist in extruded shapes

 

Miscellaneous

PS19-109 T_X Cold-Worked Temper Definitions

 

STANDARDS MEETINGS

Subcommittee on Alloy and Temper Registrations October 23, 2019
Technical Committee on Product Standards October 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 standards@aluminum.org

 

Builders have safely used aluminum wiring for more than 40 years.

The National Electrical Code has permitted the use of aluminum wire since 1901, a mere four years after the first recognized national electrical code was published in 1897. AA-8000 aluminum conductors have more than 40 years of reliable field installations.

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