5083 aluminum alloy plate has higher strength than the 5052 aluminum alloy plate and has excellent thermal conductivity. Under tempering conditions, it maintains good formability due to its excellent ductility. It is very suitable for welding and can be hardened by cold work. 5083 aluminium alloy has excellent general corrosion resistance, it can be used in marine applications. And It can withstand extremely low temperatures without becoming brittle or losing performance, it is particularly suitable for the low-temperature market. Due to its high strength coefficient, 5083 aluminium alloy has been used in vehicle armor plates.
Aluminum Grade: 5083
Temper: H16, H18, H19, H22, H24, H32, H111, H321, etc.
Packing: blank waterproof paper, kraft, wooden case or pallet (fumigation report for the wooden packing material)
Features: very good elongation, anti-corrosion performance
It can be susceptible to stress corrosion cracking, which limits its application temperature to below 65°C and also limits the amount of cold work to ¼ Hard.
The hardness of the 5083 aluminum alloy can not be strengthened by heat treatment. It can be significantly hardened by cold work (cold rolling) and various “H” tempers are produced – most commonly H32 (¼ Hard) or the similar strength marine tempers H116 and H321 – as well as the soft annealed Temper O condition.
5083 Aluminum alloy has excellent weld-ability by almost all standard electric, GMAW, and GTAW are preferred and widely used to produce structural welds.
Transportation equipment: metro and vehicle bodies
Mine skips and cages
Unfired welded pressure vessels
Aluminum armor, aircraft welding parts