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5083 H116 marine aluminium plate

5083 H116 marine aluminium plate is a high-quality aluminium alloy material with excellent corrosion resistance and good mechanical properties, making it widely used in shipbuilding.

5083 H116 marine aluminium plate

Performance Features of 5083 H116 Marine Aluminium Plate:

Good corrosion resistance: The magnesium element in 5083 H116 aluminium plate effectively enhances its corrosion resistance, preventing erosion from seawater and other environmental factors, thus extending the lifespan of ships.

Good mechanical properties: 5083 H116 aluminium plate has high strength and hardness, along with good plasticity and toughness, meeting various mechanical requirements for ship processing, installation, use, and maintenance.

Easy to process and manufacture: It has good plasticity and processability, allowing for bending, cutting, drilling, and other operations, making it convenient for manufacturing and installation.

Environmental sustainability: As a recyclable material, 5083 H116 aluminium plate can be recycled and reused after its service life, meeting the requirements of environmental sustainability.

Applications of 5083 H116 Marine Aluminium Plate:

Ship structures: Used for manufacturing ship structures, including hulls, decks, bulkheads, effectively enhancing the strength and corrosion resistance of ships.

Marine engineering: In marine engineering, it is used to manufacture platforms, pipelines, storage tanks, resisting corrosion from seawater and other environmental factors.

Pressure vessels: Used for manufacturing pressure vessels such as liquefied gas tanks, compressed air tanks, meeting high-pressure and high-strength working requirements.

Architectural decoration: Also used in architectural decoration, such as curtain walls, partitions, ceilings, providing an elegant and decorative effect.

Haomei's Manufacturing Process for 5083 H116 Marine Aluminium Plate:

Melting: Melting aluminium, magnesium, and other metal elements into a liquid alloy.

Casting: Pouring the liquid alloy into a mold, then cooling and solidifying to obtain the casting.

Heat treatment: Subjecting the casting to heat treatment to improve its strength and hardness.

Processing: Carrying out operations like bending, cutting, drilling on the heat-treated casting.

Inspection: Inspecting the processed aluminium plate to ensure it meets quality requirements.



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