In high-purity form, aluminum is soft and ductile. Most wheels use, however, require greater strength then pure aluminum affords. This is achieved in aluminum first by the addition of other elements to produce various alloys, which singly or in combination impart strength to the metal. Further strengthening is possible by means that classify the alloys roughly in tow categories, nonheat treatable and heat treatable.


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