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Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate UK Suppliers

Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate processed and supplied to your specific requirements.

Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate Suppliers UK

Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate processed and supplied to your specific requirements.

Metalex are one of the leading Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate UK based suppliers, carrying an extensive stock of  Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate and providing professional  Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate processing services..

 Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate is stocked, processed and supplied in thicknesses from 4mm to 100mm and up to 4000mm x 2000mm in size.

Aluminium Plate Alloy 5083H111 is known for exceptional performance in extreme environments. 5083 is highly resistant to attack by both seawater and industrial chemical environments. Alloy 5083 also retains exceptional strength after welding. It has the highest strength of the non-heat treatable alloys but is not recommended for use in temperatures in excess of 65°C.

The Metalex  Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate range comprises aerospace QQ-A-Grades, AMS-Grades with a choice of imperial or metric thicknesses. Metalex also supply  Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate order and stock and supply  Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plateto your specific requirements

With Metalex’s on site capability to process  Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate at any of our four sites across the South and West England, Metalex supply Aluminium Plate cut to size and delivered on short lead times to meet your specific requirements.

For more information on the dimensions and grades of  Aluminium Alloy 5083H111 Plate currently stocked please check the table below. Please use the search and direction functions if the dimensions you require are not immediately apparent.

Please complete the enquiry form located on this page, call +44 (0) 330 223 2653 or email us to discover how Metalex could be supplying you with premium metal products and professional metal processing services.

SIZES  KG/MetreAvailability
4mm  10.840In Stock
5mm  13.550In Stock
6mm  16.260In Stock
8mm  21.680In Stock
3/8"(9.53mm) 25.830In Stock
10mm  28.100In Stock
12mm  32.520In Stock
1/2"(12.70mm) 34.417In Stock
15mm  40.650In Stock
16mm  43.360In Stock
20mm  54.200In Stock
25mm  67.750In Stock
1"(25.40mm) 68.840In Stock
30mm  81.300In Stock
35mm  94.850In Stock
40mm  108.400In Stock
50mm  135.500In Stock
2"(50.80mm) 137.670In Stock
2.1/4"(57.15mm) 154.877In Stock
2.1/2"(63.50mm) 172.085In Stock
70mm  189.700In Stock
3"(76.2mm) 205.510In Stock
80mm  216.800In Stock
3.1/4"(82.55mm) 223.720In Stock
90mm  243.900In Stock
100mm  271.000In Stock
4.1/2"(114.30mm) 309.753In Stock

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