Marine Aluminum Grades
Shipbuilding aluminum plate manufacturers provide marine aluminum grades, including 5083 H116 shipbuilding aluminum plate and 5083 H321 shipbuilding aluminum plate. These marine grade aluminum plates can be used for ship production and have excellent hardness and corrosion resistance. The manufacturer also provides ship-grade certification certificates.
Marine aluminum grades generally use 5083 aluminum alloy, which is an aluminum alloy containing magnesium and manganese. It has excellent strength, corrosion resistance, and processing performance. In terms of alloy temper, marine grade aluminum plates generally use H116, H112, H32, and other states. Among them, the alloy in the H116 temper has good corrosion resistance and low-temperature performance, suitable for shipbuilding and other corrosion-resistant occasions; the marine aluminum alloy in the H112 temper has good processing and welding performance, suitable for shipbuilding and other processing and connection occasions; the alloy in the H32 temper has good strength and fatigue resistance, suitable for the main structures and components of ships. In addition, according to different needs and application scenarios, marine grade aluminum plates can also use other alloy states, such as 5456 aluminum alloy, etc.
In addition to the shipbuilding aluminum plates mentioned above, marine grade aluminum plate manufacturers also provide other types of ship plates, including but not limited to the following:
Shipbuilding composite plate: This type of plate is composed of two or more materials and has excellent strength and corrosion resistance. It can be used for the main structures and components of ships.
Shipbuilding profiles: These profiles include aluminum profiles, titanium alloy profiles, copper alloy profiles, etc., which have high strength, light weight, and corrosion resistance and can be used for the structures and components of ships.
Shipbuilding forgings: These forgings have undergone special processing and treatment and have high strength, corrosion resistance, and wear resistance. They can be used for the main structures and components of ships.
It should be noted that marine aluminum grades of different alloy tempers and grades have different mechanical properties and chemical compositions, which need to be selected and used according to specific application scenarios and requirements. At the same time, during the manufacturing and use process, it is necessary to comply with relevant international ship classification society certification standards and regulations to ensure their safety and reliability.