Definition of alclad
: a duplex metal product made by cladding an aluminum alloy core with surface layers of pure aluminum or aluminum alloy usually for giving increased resistance to corrosion
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Origin and Etymology of alclad
from Alclad, a trademark
First Known Use: circa 1927
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