Mingtai aluminum alloy sheet 5052h38 received great popularity in Australia market
5052 aluminum sheet of Mingtai Alu is certificated to ASTM B209 and it can be cut to size at customers' need. The main content is Mg, which improve the strength of 5052 aluminum sheet.
5052h38 aluminum sheet with different thickness have different tensile and yield strength, as well as elongation, all of which live to international standards. 5052 aluminum sheet is stronger than 1100 and 3003 and it is an excellent candidate for most processing techniques
aluminum alloy sheet 5052h38
is a non-heat treatable alloy that has medium static strength with good ductility and very good corrosion resistance in marine atmosphere. It is commonly used for utility sheet, signs, road vehicles, welded tanks and other applications requiring resistance to marine corrosion.
How strong is 5052 aluminum?
Overall metal strength is measured by factoring together yield strength and tensile strength. Yield strength looks at the strength of a metal’s shape; measuring the point at which it permanently deforms. Tensile strength (also referred to as ultimate strength) measures the level at which metal can be stretched before it breaks.
What is the difference between 5052 and 6061 aluminum?
is one of the most common grades of aluminum sheet used in the market. The primary alloying elements of 6061 aluminum are magnesium (1.0%) and silicon (0.6%). This makes it a heat-treatable alloy, thus stronger than 5052 aluminum. It also features high resistance to stress and cracking as well as good formability and weldability.
Due to its strength, 6061 aluminum is used in structural and engineering applications. However, 5052 aluminum is more formable than 6061 aluminum.
What are the differences between 5052 and 3003 aluminum?
3003 aluminum is alloyed with 1.2% manganese. While more malleable and formable than 5052 aluminum, it is not as strong (tensile strength 17 to 30 KSI vs. 31 to 41 KSI).
Due to the presence of copper, 3003 aluminum is highly resistant to corrosion. This grade also features excellent workability and weldability. Common applications for 3003 aluminum include sheet metal work, commercial signage, and refrigerator liners.