5052 aluminum coil is an alloy consisting of 2.5% magnesium and 0.25% chromium. It is considered to have excellent machinability and weldability. It has moderate static and high fatigue strength. This aluminum is very resistant to corrosion, especially in marine environments. Like other aluminum alloys, this metal has excellent thermal conductivity and low density.
5052 aluminum coil has higher corrosion resistance than other aluminum alloys and higher strength than 3003 aluminum coil. It maintains excellent resistance to salt water, making it a popular material for marine applications. It has good machinability. It also has low density and excellent thermal conductivity, and is used in aircraft fuel tanks, windshield shutters, refrigerator liners and panels, etc.
5052 has a limit of 115 MPa in the H32 state and a limit of 123 MPa in the H34 state. The 5052 grade of aluminum has a medium alloy content and strength compared to other aluminum alloys. In a slightly alkaline environment, the 5052 alloy exhibits a level of resistance. Its resistance to marine environments is better than alloy 5005, making it a more popular choice for marine applications.
5052 aluminum coils are widely used in automobiles. It is often used in covers and parts, truck shock absorbers, etc., such as the side panels of semi-trailers made in the United States, 5052 aluminum alloy with an inner thickness of 4-5mm.
5052 is also an aluminum alloy for can lids. For beer with internal pressure, carbonated beverage cans, and juice cans without internal pressure, 5082 aluminum alloy and 5052 aluminum coil are used respectively. The material is first oxidized to improve the adhesion and corrosion resistance of the coating. After the paint on both sides is dry, it is the can end processing.