Aluminum 5052: Commonly used in sheet metal applications due to corrosion resistance.
Copper 260 (Brass): Great for radiator components and decorative door hardware.
Copper C101: Used in the telecommunications industry and has high electrical conductivity.
Copper C110: Most conductive grade of copper used for electrical applications
Stainless Steel 101: A strong steel able to withstand repeated stress and wear.
Stainless Steel 304/L: Machinable, corrosion-resistant steel, used in a wide variety of home and commercial applications. These include kitchen benches, sinks, troughs, equipment, appliances, chemical containers, and food processing equipment.
Steel 1018: Suitable for forming and welding due to low carbon content.