Casting alloys based on copper, aluminum and ligatures

Casting alloys are metal alloys that retain the features of the cast structure in finished products, are designed for shaped casting. Casting alloys are made of copper, aluminum, brass.

Here you can buy the following types of alloys

The largest portion of all non-ferrous castings. Castings of aluminium are resistant to corrosion and negative impacts, high strength and good casting properties. Used for the manufacture of valves, pipes, body parts, fuel systems, since aluminum is light, compliance to treatment, resistance to corrosion, conductivity.
Bronze is added in the copper alloy along with brass. This alloy compares favorably with the strength, durability, ability to lose properties in different environments. Alloy of bronze and brass, non-magnetic, easy to work with, but fragile, prone to cracking. Used for the production of gears, gear wheels, pump casings. The alloy is also used in the food and chemical industries.
Resistant to corrosion, wear, has excellent antifriction properties. Used in shipbuilding, for the production of specific equipment, rolling mills, capable of operating at temperatures over 300 degrees. This is made of alloy nuts, screws, bearings.
Have a high mobility and high casting properties that gives the ability to cast all sorts of complicated and thin-walled parts. Due to the relatively low melting point and their castings at lower unit pressures metal mold wear small, that greatly improves the profitability of production.
Lead-antimony alloy has good casting properties, good mechanical strength and corrosion resistance than lead.
Alloy of two or more components intended for the introduction of the liquid metal refractory elements. It helps to give the product plasticity, toughness and durability.