Triclad® is an atmospheric cladded transition joint. Shipbuilders aim to build the most reliable ship, vessel or superyacht within budget and on-time. In order to do so, they have to make the right choices for the most important welds in a ship. The most sought out solution: welding aluminium to steel with Triclad®, the aluminium – steel transition joint.
Triclad® is produced as a parent plate in a standard size. This plate has a usable surface area of 1300 x 3800 mm, from which strips or other shapes are cut. Think for example of squares, rectangles, discs, or even complex shapes. The last two are obtained using a water jet that will minimize the need for finish machining.
In order to always provide shipbuilders with the best solution, Triclad® is available in custom shapes and sizes.
|Grades||Steel||Interlayer||Al Alloy||Thickness (mm)||Length (mm)||Width (mm)|
|Standard Triclad®||A516 gr.55||Al 1050A||Al 5086||34,5 (19+9,5+6)||3800||On demand|
|Triclad® 19||A516 gr.55||Al 1050A||Al 5083||19 (10+5+4)||3800||On demand|
|Triclad® 28||Shipbuilding steel gr. D||Al 1050A||Al 5083||28 (15+3+10)||3800||On demand|
|Triclad® 33||Shipbuilding steel gr. D||Al 1050A||Al 5083||33 (20+3+10)||3800||On demand|
|Titanium Triclad®||A516 gr. 55||Titanium||Al 3003||30.5 (19+1.5+10)||2750||On demand|
|Stainless Triclad®||316L||Titanium||Al 3003||31.5 (20+1.5+10)||2750||On demand|
The structural transition joints of Triclad® are Lloyds 3.2 approved. They use a patented bonding process that is certified according to the Military Specification MIL-J-24445A. We have sales representatives all over the world, so sending the material you require within 24 hours or being nearby to help with fabrication is always a priority.