Along with the increase in the usage rate in the world, the number of studies are increasing which focus on the characteristic behaviors of aluminum according to different production methods and usage areas. Corrosion behavior is one of the most important of these characteristics. Corrosion resistance expected from aluminum sheet products could vary according to the end use area. This study covers investigation of the changes in corrosion behavior with different temper parameters in alloy sheet products (1xxx, 3xxx, 5xxx, 8xxx) produced by twin roll continuous casting method. According to the different test methods, microstructure analysis of materials, surface roughness and macro images, open circuit potential measurements (OCP), differences in dissolution behavior under constant current (by weight loss method), potentiostatic and galvanostatic measurements and salt spray test methods were examined and test differences were analyzed comparatively.