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Aluminium Plate

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Aluminium Plate 6mm - upto 139.7mm, supplied in various grades 2014, 5083 'O', 5251, 6082. Sawn to your size with a plus tolerance (upto +1mm) to allow clean up to the finished size. Aluminium alloy 2014 is a high strength 4 to 5% Copper alloy produced in extruded bar and profile form, in the fully heat-treated condition (solution heat-treated & artificially aged).Normally stocked in the T651 condition (stress relieved by controlled stretching) Machinability of aluminium alloy 2014A is very good. Typical applications of aluminium alloy 2014A are high strength componenets especially for use in the aerospace and defence industries. Aluminium alloy 5083 is known for exceptional performance in extreme environments. 5083 is highly resistant to attack by both seawater and industrial chemical environments. Alloy 5083 also retains exceptional strength after welding. It has the highest strength of the non-heat treatable alloys but is not recommended for use in temperatures in excess of 65°C. Aluminium alloy 5251 is a medium strength alloy possessing good ductility and therefore good formability. Alloy 5251 is known for work hardening rapidly and is readily weldable. It also possesses high corrosion resistance particularly in marine environments. Aluminium alloy 6082 is a medium strength alloy with excellent corrosion resistance. It has the highest strength of the 6000 series alloys. Alloy 6082 is known as a structural alloy. As a relatively new alloy, the higher strength of 6082 has seen it replace 6061 in many applications. The addition of a large amount of manganese controls the grain structure which in turn results in a stronger alloy.
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