The aluminum plates are divided into 8 series according to different alloying elements. Except for the 1 series pure aluminum plates, the other 7 series are alloy aluminum plates. Among the different alloy aluminum plates, the 5-series aluminum-magnesium alloy is particularly excellent in performance and is regarded as the most promising aluminum plate series in the industry. Among the 5 series aluminum plates, the most representative aluminum plates are 5052, 5083 and 5754. Today we will talk to you about the difference between these three aluminum plates.
5052 aluminum plate
The 5052 aluminum plate is the most representative 5-series alloy aluminum plate, which is the most widely used. The 5052 aluminum plate has medium strength, good formability, corrosion resistance and weldability, and high fatigue resistance. It is a commonly used high-grade rust-proof aluminum. 5052 alloy aluminum plate is widely used in the automotive industry. It is generally used in automobile fuel tanks, oil pipes, pipes, low-load parts, etc. It can also be used in the production of various liquid containers.
5083 aluminum plate
The 5083 aluminum plate has a high magnesium content and is a high-magnesium alloy. It can not be heat-treated and has good strength and corrosion resistance. It has good machinability, can be welded, and can be anodized. 5083 alloy aluminum plate can be used in shipbuilding, as well as automobile, aircraft welding parts, subway light rail, pressure vessels (such as liquid tankers, refrigerated trucks, refrigerated containers), refrigeration equipment, TV towers, drilling equipment, transportation equipment, missiles Parts, armor, etc.
5754 aluminum plate
The magnesium content of 5754 aluminum plate is higher than 5052 and lower than 5083. It has high fatigue resistance, good corrosion resistance and good weldability. It is also the alloy aluminum plate grade commonly used in automobile manufacturing. It is mainly used for automobile doors, engine compartment covers, molds and seals. Other parts can also be used to manufacture pressure vessels, ships and transport tanks.