Marine Grade Aluminum Plate - Haomei Aluminium
- Alloy: 5083, 5086, 5052, 5059, 5383, 6061, 6082
- Temper: H32, H111, H116, H321
- Shape: Plate, Sheet, Tread Plate
- Application: Marine Ship Building
- Certification: CCS, DNV, ABS, LR, KR, ISO9001, SGS
- Delivery Time: 20-30 Days
Marine grade aluminum plate are widely used in ships and marine facilities, but the most used are: 5052 marine aluminum plate, 5059 aluminum plate, 5083 aluminum plate, 5086 aluminum plate, 6061 aluminum plate, 6082 aluminum plate, etc.
The main aluminum varieties are: thick plates, thin plates, strips, foils, profiles, integral extrusions, wall plates, castings, die castings, die forgings, etc. The main tempers of marine aluminum plate are: O, H14, H112, H34, H32, H111, H116, H117, H321, T1, T5, T6, T61, etc. With the enlargement of the hull and the advancement of aluminum extrusion technology, the application of large materials is becoming more and more extensive.
The 5000 series aluminum plate marine grade and 6000 series aluminum sheet for marine produced by Haomei Aluminum have successively passed the certification of China Classification Society (CCS), Det Norske Veritas (DNV), ABS(American Bureau of Shipping), LR(Lloyd's Register), BV(Bureau Veritas). It has been tested by the market and has outstanding quality. It is the best choice for aluminum for ships.
The Specification of Marine Grade Aluminum Plate:
Yield strength (psi)
Ultimate Tensile Strength (psi)
Marine grade. Most suited for forming operations, very good corrosion resistance. Suitable for fresh water and trailered boats.
33,000 12% elong.
5083-H321, H111, H116
Marine grade. The highest strength non-heat-treatable aluminum alloy in commercial use. It retains excellent tensile strength in the weld zone. Excellent corrosion resistance. Suitable for salt water or fresh
46,000 16% elong.
Marine grade. Medium to high strength non-heat-treatable alloy. More formable than 5083. Excellent corrosion resistance. Most often used to build boat hulls (in addition to 5052 or 6061) due to stress corrosion cracking resistance. Best alloy for salt water.
42,000 12% elong.
Marine grade, often used as stiffeners to build boat hulls and other components. The most often used aluminum alloy for its strength, heat treatability, workability and weldability.
45,000 17% elong.
Softer and lower strength than 6061, good for forming, high surface finish, excellent for anodizing. Good for railings, gunnels etc. where forming is required
Used when significant machining is required, it contains lead and bismuth to partially lubricate the cutting tool. Good strength and corrosion resistance. High surface finish possible.
Benefits of Using Marine Aluminum Plate in Marine Applications
Marine grade aluminum plate is specifically developed to make it ideal for use in marine environments. As such, it possesses a number of properties required in these applications. Some of these properties include:
Superior corrosion resistance
Lightweight with a high strength-to-weight ratio
Compatibility with a variety of fabrication processes
Wide availability in sheets, extrusions, and plates
The Application of Aluminum Plate Marine Grade
Side of the ship, external board of ship bottom
Rib plate, seperating panel
Rib, engine pedestal
Operation room funnel
Side wall or top of the container