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The Zamak

Die-casting of zinc alloys

Developed in 1929, the Zamak is a family of alloys with a base metal of zinc and alloying elements of aluminium, magnesium, and copper.

It's one of the most versatile metal, with wide range of applications in different areas.

The lingots of zamak are melted into a furnace at about 420°C and then injected into a mould under high pressure.

This technique is called die-casting.

Advantages

Premium quality and versatility

Thanks to this high speed and pressure procedure our products have a high aesthetic profile, with smooth surfaces perfectly suitable for electroplating.

With a specific mould we can create a severely customized product, and furthermore, this material is very strong and has a long lasting durability.

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Environmentally friendly

Low emission levels

Zamak die-casting process disperses negligible emission levels in the air and in the water and the production waste is recycled and used in a new production cycle and energy consumption is very low.

Furthermore, zamak does not contain lead or nichel and the final product is completely recyclable.

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