## The thickness of 6 gauge aluminum sheet

### 6 gauge thickness inches in inches

6 gauge aluminum sheet is 0.162 inches thick.

### 6 gauge thickness inches in mm

6ga approximate thickness in millimeters is 4.115mm.

## The weight of 6 gauge aluminum sheet

The weight per unit area of the sheet can also be seen in pounds per square foot and kilograms per square meter.

The weight of 6 gauge aluminum(**ounces**): 36.576 oz/ft²

The weight of 6 gauge aluminum(**pounds** ): 2.286 lb/ft²

The weight of 6 gauge aluminum(**KG**): 1.0369 kg/ft²

The weight of 6 gauge aluminum(**KG/m²**): 11.162 kg/m²

## 6 gauge aluminum chart specification

### How thick is 6 gauge aluminum?

Gauge | 6 | |

Thickness | Approximate thickness in decimal parts of an inch(in) | 0.162 in |

Approximate thickness in millimeters(mm) | 4.115 mm | |

Weight Per Area | Weight per square foot in ounces avoirdupois(oz/ft²) | 36.576 oz/ft² |

Weight per square foot in pounds avoirdupois(lb/ft²) | 2.286 lb/ft² | |

Weight per square foot in kilograms(kg/ft²) | 1.0369 kg/ft² | |

Weight per square meter in kilograms(kg/m²) | 11.162 kg/m² |

## What is gauge?

Gauge sizes are numbers that indicate the thickness of a piece of sheet metal.

### What is thicker 6 gauge or 8 gauge?

The rating for aluminum gauge may seem backward: the smaller the number, the thicker the sheet metal , The larger the number, the thinner the sheet metal.

Therefore, the thickness of the **8 gauge aluminum sheet is thinner than that of the 6 gauge aluminum sheet**.

**Parameters of other specifications of aluminum plate：**

8 gauge aluminum thickness

10 gauge aluminum thickness

12 gauge aluminum thickness

14 gauge aluminum thickness

**16 gauge aluminum thickness**

22 gauge aluminum thickness

24 gauge aluminum thickness

Note: The larger the value of Gauge, the thinner the sheet.

### More:

For more detailed and complete metal aluminum gauge chart please check url:

**Aluminum sheet gauge chart**

What is the weight of the aluminum sheet plate?

Standard sheet metal gauges in wikipedia