5052 H34 Marine Grade Aluminum
5052 h34 marine grade aluminum is an aluminum plate with good strength and hardness, suitable for products that require strength and do not have large bending. Magnesium, as one of the most effective and widely used aluminum alloy elements, is also the main element of 5xxx series aluminum alloys. When it is used as the main alloying element or combined with manganese, the result is a medium to high strength non-heat treatable alloy. This family of aluminum alloys is easy to weld and has excellent corrosion resistance, even in marine applications. And 5052 aluminum can be seen as a typical alloy of 5000 series AL-MG aluminum alloy, so it is wide used in marine and shipbuilding industry.
5052 h34 marine grade aluminum is often referred to as "premium anodized aluminum" because it has excellent surface quality, and the anodized coating is bright and clear. The main alloying element in marine aluminum 5052 h34 is magnesium in sufficient amount to substantially lower the melting point without causing brittleness. Marine grade aluminum 5052 is far stronger than 1100 or 3000 series aluminum alloys, and it is formed with a reasonable bend radius. And good weldability, 5052 marine grade aluminum has good corrosion resistance, especially in salt water or marine environments.
5052 h34 marine aluminum alloy (ASTM B209, AMS/8) has excellent corrosion resistance, good weldability, and excellent formability, making 5052 aluminum alloy ideal for chemical, marine or seawater applications.
5052 aluminum alloy have many tempers:
5052 state: O thin plate, plate
5052 state: H111, H112 sheet, plate
5052 state: H32, H34 thin plate, plate, thick plate
5052 h34 marine grade aluminum characteristics:
1. High-strength non-heat-treatable alloy.
2. Excellent corrosion resistance.
3. Good fatigue strength.
4. Good welding performance.
5. Easy to form and good machinability.
6. Excellent anodic oxidation ability and good coating performance.