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5083 marine grade aluminium plate
Aluminium alloy 5083 contains 5.2% magnesium, 0.1% manganese and 0.1% chromium. In the tempered condition, it is strong, and retains good formability due to excellent ductility. 5083 has high resistance to corrosion, and is used in marine applications. It has the low density and excellent thermal conductivity common to all aluminium alloys.
|Chemical Composition Limit Of Aluminum Alloys|
|temper||H116 ,H321, O, H112 , H32,etc|
|surface condition||mill finished|
|intergranular corrosion||no greater than 15mg/cm²|
|exfoliation corrosion||PB or better|
- Ship board;
- heatproof apparatus, material for interior and exterior of building;
- Parts of Electronic tools;
- Automobile Components.
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