AMD Supply Delivers to Your Florida Marina
AMD Supply has built a solid reputation in South Florida by providing the best service in the industry through a wide range of marine aluminum supplies to our customers in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami – Dade counties.
Seawater resistant Marine Aluminum
High Quality Aluminum You Can Rely on for the Marine Industry
The Florida marine industry has been using aluminum in the manufacturing of boating vessels for over 100 years due to aluminum’s wide range of application use.
The 5000 alloys are considered the top choice when it comes to marine grade aluminum. Boat hulls are commonly made out of of a rolled aluminum sheets or plates due to its terrific corrosion resistance and high strength at weld points.
The 6000 alloys (6061 / 6063) offers the South Florida boating industry with two alloys that feature a strong yield strength (6061) for boat hulls and the 6063 alloy offers boat manufacturers with a higher level a malleability and features a surface finish for anodizing.
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Uses of Marine Grade Aluminum
Aluminum for marine use has been a popular metal when it comes to the manufacturing process of designing and building a boating vessel.
Due to aluminum’s strength, malleability, and lightweight properties, the marine and shipping industry has evolved over the last 50 years.
Aluminum is used in many different parts and marine equipment ranging from the hull of the vessel to the boat ladders, railings, and gangplanks.
AMD Supply carries in stock all the necessary 6061 aluminum supplies needed for the marine industry.
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Florida Boating Industry
Year round tourists and residents hit the water on their personal water crafts, boats, and mega yachts.
Aluminum plays an important part in the construction of boats and marine equipment due to it being a high non corrosive metal.
AMD Supply is a proud distributor of marine aluminum for the important Florida boating industry.
The marine industry in South Florida makes up one third of the nation’s $37 billion boating industry.