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Grade 5xxx Alloys

Composition

The principle alloying element in Grade 5xxx is Magnesium, accounting for up to 6.0% by weight of these alloys. Further alloying elements include; ≤2.8 Zinc, ≤1.8 Tin, ≤1.4 Manganese, ≤1.4 Silicon, ≤0.8 Copper, ≤0.35 Chromium, ≤0.30 Zirconium, ≤0.2 Titanium, ≤0.1 Nickel, ≤0.1 Vanadium, ≤0.05 Gallium & ≤0.0009 Lithium

Common Forms

5xxx Series Alloys are commonly available in

  • Sheets and Plates

  • Drawn and extruded Tubes

  • Extruded Wire, Rod and Bar and Profiles

  • Rolled and cold finished Wires, Rods and Bars

  • Rivets

  • Forgings

  • Foil

(Not all alloys or tempers available in all shapes)

Characteristics

  • Easily anodised in 5005 alloy

  • Strong yet easily formed

  • Excellent welding capabilities

  • Enhanced resistance to marine corrosion

  • Once welded has excellent joint strength

  • Can be used from cryogenic temperatures up to 205°C

  • Precipitation hardened

Uses

  • Agricultural appliances

  • Automotive parts

  • Electrical applications

  • Marine components

  • TV towers

  • Drilling rigs

  • Pressure vessels

  • Chemical storage vessels

  • Tanking for transporting hot asphalt

  • Cryogenic storage

  • General metal work

Commonly Used Alloys (AA)

5005(A) | 5205 | 5305 | 5505 | 5605 | 5006  5106 5010 | 5110(A) | 5210 | 5310 | 5016  5017 5018(A) | 5019(A) | 5119(A) | 5021  5022 | 5023 5024 | 5026 | 5027 | 5028 | 5040  5140 | 5041 5042 | 5043 | 5049 | 5149 | 5249  5349 | 5449(A) 5050(A, B & C) | 5150

5051(A) | 5151| 5251(A) 5351 | 5451 | 5052  5252 | 5352 | 5154 (A, B & C) 5254 | 5354  5454 | 5554 | 5654(A) | 5754 | 5854 5954  5056 | 5356(A) | 5456(A & B) | 5556(A, B & C)  5237 | 5457 | 5557 | 5657 | 5058 | 5059 | 5070  5180(A) | 5052 | 5182 | 5083 | 5183(A)

5283(A & B) | 5383 | 5483 | 5086 | 5186 | 5087

5187 | 5088

Machinability

Grade 5xxx Alloys are not generally suitable for machining, with few exceptions.

Weldability

Grade 5xxx alloys are almost uniformly excellent for joining via arc welding. Gas welding may be used in the lower grades.

Commonly Used Alloys (UNS)

A95005(A) | A95205 | A95305 | A95505

A95605 | A95006 | A95106 | A95010

A95110(A) | A95210 | A95310 | A95016  A95017 | A95018(A) | A95019(A) | A95119(A)

A95021  A95022 | A95023 | A95024 | A95026

A95027 | A95028 | A95040 | A95140

A95041 | A95042 | A95043 | A95049 | A95149

A95249 | A95349 | A95449(A) | A95050(A, B & C) | A95150 | A95051(A) | A95151

A95251(A) | A95351 | A95451 | A95052  A95252 | A95352 | A95154 (A, B & C) | A95254

A95354 A95454 | A95554 | A95654(A)

A95754 | A95854 | A95954 A95056

A95356(A) | A95456(A & B) | A95556(A, B & C)  A95237 | A95457 | A95557 | A95657 | A95058 A95059 | A95070 | A95180(A) | A95052

A95182 | A95083 | A95183(A)

A95283(A & B) | A95383 | A95483 A95086

A95186 A95087 | A95187 | A95088

 
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