Grade 5052 aluminium alloy, with magnesium and chromium as the primary alloying elements is frequently used for general sheet metal work, heat exchangers, flooring panels, rivets and wires, chemical drums and other equipment, pressure vessels, containers, and other applications. 5052 aluminium alloy exhibits a good marine atmosphere corrosion resistance of saltwater and excellent workability. Main features of this alloy include: non heat-treatable, excellent weldability, high corrosion resistance, smooth surface, lightweight, high-tensile strength.
Extruded bars/rods (*) from 5052 aluminum alloy are offered as part of our own labelled (AVIATIONEU NEW ERA) product lines. They come in different cross sections such as round, rectangular, hexagonal or square. Competitively priced, they are sourced from quality producers, comply with ASTM specifications and mostly offered as Fabricated (F) or H112 tempered. They are offered in Metric dimensions and cut to order lengths up to 12000 mm (12 m). AVIATIONEU NEW ERA Aluminum 5052 bars/rods consist a cost effective solution when large quantities are demanded. Unit of sale is 1 Ton (US or Metric as specified) with Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) 1 Ton. Appearing price is indicative per unit of sale and can differentiate depending on the specifications of the ordered metals.
In most cases, smaller quantities can be served by our suppliers' stocks within 10 days from order placement & payment. Availability for non stock sizes/quantities is usually 1-2 months.
Packing includes waterproof paper, wooden boxes/pallets, steel band bundling etc. Sea/sea-surface transport to customer destination can be provided at additional cost.
Dimesion (size) ranges of offered AVIATIONEU NEW ERA Aluminum 5052 bars/rods per cross section:
Round: diameter from 4 to 650 mm
Square: dimensions from 4X4 to 200X200 mm
Rectangular: dimensions from 3X4 to 200X300 mm
Flat: dimensions from 3X4 to 10X675 mm
Hexagonal: A/F from 6 to 30 0mm
For additional information, please refer to our attached Brief Guide on Aluminum Grades & Temper Designations or contact us for quotation.
(*) Although the terms bars and rods are often used interchangeably and present general similarities, rods come in a smaller cross sections and are usually less strong and durable than bars. Due to their strength and durability, bars are often used in structural applications while rods are typically used in non-structural ones such as reinforcing, decorative and others.