5083 alloy aluminum subway light rail materials

- Feb 01, 2019-

The application of 5083 aluminum plate belongs to the high-end field of aluminum processing industry. With the booming development of domestic rail transit market and the arrival of global automobile era, it has great market prospects. According to the market development of 5083 aluminum plate and the light weight of transportation, the product technology of 5083 aluminum plate is strictly controlled. Through the determination of alloy composition, optimization of casting process, homogenization heat treatment and rolling process test, the performance of 5083 subway light rail is equivalent to that of foreign materials, meeting the requirements of users, especially satisfying the processing requirements of complex parts such as marine aluminum plates, rail transit and high-end cars. Increased, the application prospects are extremely broad.

5083 belongs to the Al-Mg alloy and is used in a wide range of applications. Especially in the construction industry, it is the most promising alloy. Good corrosion resistance, excellent weldability, good cold workability and medium strength. The main alloying element of 5083 is magnesium, which has good forming and processing properties, corrosion resistance, weldability and medium strength. It is used in the manufacture of aircraft fuel tanks, oil pipes, and sheet metal parts for transportation vehicles and ships, instruments, street lamp brackets and rivets. Hardware, electrical enclosures, etc. AL-Mg alloy is the most widely used rust-proof aluminum. This alloy has high strength, especially fatigue resistance: high plasticity and corrosion resistance, no heat treatment strengthening, and good plasticity during semi-cold hardening. It has low plasticity, good corrosion resistance, good weldability, poor machinability and polishing. Uses are mainly used for low load parts requiring high plasticity and good weldability in liquid or gaseous media, such as fuel tanks, gasoline or lube oil conduits, various liquid containers and other small load parts made with deep drawing: Wire is used to make rivets.