Aluminum alloy plate 5052 is alloyed with 2.5% magnesium. Tensile strength variety 31 to 44 KSI. Incredibly very good corrosion resistance, very good workability, weldabilty and strength. Applied for aircraft fuel tanks, storm shutters, refrigerator liners, utensils, electronic mounting plates and panels, fan blades, etc. Conforms to AMS QQ-A-250/8 and ASTM B209.
5086 is alloyed with four.0% magnesium, .45% manganese and 0.15% chromium. This alloy includes a common tensile strength array of 40 to 54 KSI. It provides resistance to pressure corrosion and superior resistance to atmospheric corrosion plus excellent basic workability. Applications consist of tanks (stationary, trailer and rail-car), marine elements and welded assemblies of all types. Conforms to AMS QQ-A-250/7 and ASTM B209.
Aluminum coil 5083 is alloyed with 4.45% magnesium, 0.65% manganese and 0.15% chromium. Tensile strength range: 40 to 59 KSI. For use in structures requiring higher weld efficiency for maximum joint strength ?? plus light weight and corrosion resistance. Applications: marine components, truck bodies, building gear, tanks, structural towers, drilling rigs, cryogenic applications, and so on. Conforms to ASTM B209 and AMS QQ-A-250/6.
5454 is alloyed with 2.7% magnesium, 0.8% manganese and 0.12% chromium. Tensile strength range 36 to 47 KSI. Fantastic formability, weldability and corrosion resistance. Uses include things like pressure vessels (ASME code approved for up to 400?? F.), tanks dumptruck bodies, welded structures, and so on. Conforms to AMS QQ-A-250/10 and ASTM B209.
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