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August 13, 2019 at 1:35 AMComments: 0 Faves: 0

6061 aluminum plate for sailing mast

By zhangmenghao More Blogs by This Author

There are many types of boats, such as yachts, ships, sailboats, etc. Sailing is a kind of boat. The simple definition is: sailing with any material to control the wind to sail the ship is called sailing. The so-called material refers to the "sail" of the sailboat; or it can be called the "sail." The sail is usually a fairly soft material. When the wind is facing the sail, it creates a drop in the pressure between the wind and the leeward side, thus creating a strong thrust. The sail will be pulled to the low side, when the sailboat needs to turn. The side of the ship can be controlled by the keel and the ship's side, so that the hull is slightly tilted to control the direction.


The sailboat has some other structural features, that is, the sailboat can only advance by the wind, without having to install a huge fuel tank and internal combustion engine (it still has some, but much smaller), so that you can free up a lot of space to store the long-distance flight. Drinking water and food can also be arranged in a basic living space, so it can be your home in the sea.


At present, most of the sailing materials are made of 6061 aluminum plates, which can be used as masts and other marine accessories. The 6061 marine aluminum plate produced by Mingtai Aluminum uses magnesium and silicon as alloying elements, and has excellent processing properties, good corrosion resistance, high toughness, no deformation after processing, easy coating, good oxidation effect, etc. After still maintaining good operability. In particular, there is no stress corrosion cracking tendency, and the weldability is excellent and the cold workability is good.


Mingtai Aluminum provides you with high-quality marine aluminum panels, allowing you to experience the charm of sailing.


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