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Factory Price 5083/5052 aluminum plate to Buenos Aires Factories

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 5083  /5052Aluminum Plate

♦ Width:500-2200mm
♦ Thickness:2-200mm
♦ Length:500-8000mm
♦ Application:decoration, outer shell for household products
♦ Packing:blank waterproof paper , kraft, wooden case or pallet (fumigation report for the wooen packing material )
♦ Grade:5083.
♦ Features Very good elongation, anticorrosion performance

 

Type 5083 /5052Aluminum Plate
Application  decoration, ceilings, curtain wall, chemical product container, alloy doors and windows, transport equipment parts, fuel tanks, conduit, kitchen countertops and so on.
Alloy Type 5083   5052
Temper O,H14,H16,H18,H22,H24,H26,H28,H32,H34,H36,H38,
H112,F,H111,H114
Thickness 0.6 -300mm
Width 500mm-2300mm
Length 500-10000mm
Adopted Standard GB/T 3880-2006 ,EN485,ASTM B209
Alloy Chemical composition
 
5083 aluminum sheets Si Fe Cu Mn Mg Cr Ni Zn Ca V Ti  Others Al
0.25 0.40 0.10 0.10 2.2-2.8 0.15-0.35    /  0.10    /   /    / 0.15 Remain

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