5052-H32 Aluminum Sheet
5052 is the highest strength grade of aluminum of the more common non-heat-treatable alloys. Features of 5052 include higher fatigue strength than most aluminum alloys, excellent resistance to salt water atmosphere, excellent weldability and workability, and excellent finishing characteristics. Anodic coatings are bright and clear.
Typical Mechanical Properties – 5052 Sheet:
|Tensile Strength (psi)||22,000||28,000|
|Yield Strength (psi)||21,000||13,000|
|Elongation % in 2″ (.063″ Sheet)||12||25|
|Min. 90° Cold Bend Radius for .064″ thick||0||0|
|Ultimate Shearing Strength (psi)||20,000||18,000|
Note: “Typical Mechanical Properties” listed in this catalog have been compiled from a variety of sources. Information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Data is provided for information only, NOT FOR DESIGN PURPOSES.
|THICKNESS||WEIGHT/ SQUARE FOOT (LBS)|
AED stocks 5052 sheet in H-32 Temper, which meets Federal Specification QQ-A-250/8.
Stocked in full sheets (48″ x 144″); cut pieces available. Other thicknesses and tempers may be available.