The aluminium sheet weight chart is equal to the thickness of the aluminum sheet multiplied by the width multiplied by the length multiplied by the density. Aluminum sheet, usually referred to as pure aluminum sheet, is pressed from aluminum ingots, rectangular in shape, with thickness between 0.2mm and 500mm, and can be classified according to alloy composition and thickness. Aluminum plate can be classified according to alloy composition as pure aluminum sheet (made of pure aluminum), alloy aluminum sheet (made of aluminum as the main component, adding other alloy elements to make aluminum alloy sheet), composite aluminum sheet (made of a variety of materials composite, used for special purposes.)
The aluminium sheet weight chart is equal to the thickness of aluminum sheet multiplied by the width multiplied by the length multiplied by the density. The density of pure aluminum is 2.7 multiplied by 10 cubic meters per kilogram or 2.7 cubic meters per gram inside. Example: Suppose the volume V:V of the aluminum sheet with length 728mm, width 380mm and thickness 3.0mm is equal to 3.0mm multiplied by 0.728 multiplied by 0.38, the weight of this aluminum sheet: V multiplied by 2.7 cubic meters inside per gram is equal to 2.24kg. For example, the theoretical weight of aluminum sheet with thickness 0.8mm is calculated as follows 0.8*2.71=2.168kg/m2.
The aluminium sheet weight chart is only a tool for calculate the aluminum sheet weight fast, while we know the calculate formula, we can calculate the weight with all sizes. The density of pure aluminum is 2.7×10³kg/m³ or 2.7g/cm³, other series vary from 2.58 to 2.9 according to the alloy. For example, the theoretical density of 6061 aluminum sheet (ρ=2.7g/cm³), in actual production, because 6061 aluminum sheet is generally produce above tolerance, the length and width after cutting down will be about 2mm larger than the size of the material, generally the weight will be more accurate calculate according to ρ=2.8g/cm³.