5000 series aluminum alloys are mainly alloyed with magnesium, with a small amount of Mn, Cr, Ni and other elements. These are non-heat treatable, and moderate-to-high strength alloys, which is higher than that of 1000 and 3000 series aluminum alloys. In addition, this alloy series is readily weldable and has low density, excellent anti-fatigue performance and good resistance to corrosion even in marine application.
5005 aluminum alloy is used in a wide range of applications and industries including electric conductors, home appliances, chemical & food equipment, decorative and architectural applications, general sheet metal work, high strength foil, applications that require an anodized finish.Read More
5052 aluminum alloy excels in the marine industry, electronics and chemical applications, including pressure vessels, marine equipment, electronic enclosures and chassis, hydraulic tubes, medical equipment, hardware signs, aircraft fuel tanks, fan blades, hinges, architectural fascias, etc.Read More
5086 alloy is used in shipyards, marine components, military and defense applications (such as armor plating, tanks, armored personnel carriers, missile components), unfired and welded pressure vessels, auto aircraft cryogenics, TV towers, drilling rigs, transportation equipment, tanks and marine components.Read More
To pack the aluminum sheet/plate/coil, first of all, put a layer of plastic film with a thickness of no less than 0.08mm in the packing box, then a layer of EPE foam, the third layer of PE kraft paper, and finally put the desiccant.