INJECTION ZAMAK PDF

Zinc alloy, aluminium, copper and magnesium. Precision injection provides precision parts at very low prices. The name Zamak is a German acronym formed by the union of the first letters of the materials that compose it: Z inc, A luminum, M agnesium and copper K upfer. In , New Jersey Zinc patented the first alloy of zamak 1 and it was adopted as a brand. Subsequently, he presented additional patents on new zamak alloys: zamak 2, zamak 3, zamak 5, zamak 7 and zamak 8.

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Zinc alloy, aluminium, copper and magnesium. Precision injection provides precision parts at very low prices. The name Zamak is a German acronym formed by the union of the first letters of the materials that compose it: Z inc, A luminum, M agnesium and copper K upfer. In , New Jersey Zinc patented the first alloy of zamak 1 and it was adopted as a brand. Subsequently, he presented additional patents on new zamak alloys: zamak 2, zamak 3, zamak 5, zamak 7 and zamak 8.

In , Zamak began to be used industrially in large series of zinc alloy injection and die casting in die-cast iron. The result of this alloy combination of metals is a versatile material used to create Zamak parts by pressure injection with high precision and reproducibility of details.

It has hardness, high tensile strength, plastic deformability, and good colability. Zamak can be chromed, painted and machined. Zamak provides excellent electrical performance in addition to protection against interference to electronic connectors, as well as to chassis, racks and protections for telecommunication equipment and handheld computers.

It is non ferrous , its gray in color and offers a silver-like appearance, but it does not get dirty as easily as silver. Zamak is used to manufacture parts that can later be used in automobile components, construction, electricity, electronics, sports and decoration items, clothing, bags and telephony, amongst others. The automotive industry is a major consumer of Zamak as they use non-ferrous metal injection for safety parts, housings, connecting rods, etc.

On the other hand, the cost of usual materials such as brass has promoted the use of Zamak in the hardware sector and also in the jewelery sector, in which Zamak has been widely used in metal parts of leather accessories for its more affordable manufacturing costs and aesthetic results.

Zamak has become a very profitable product for Zamak injection companies. High strength and hardness Excellent electrical and thermal conductivity Minimum raw material cost High dimensional accuracy and stability Excellent possibilities of wall thicknesses High quality finish Extraordinary corrosion resistance.

Manufacturing Zamak parts and die casting parts has numerous advantages. Parts manufactured with Zamak allow better surface treatments paints, chromes and zinc plating. The injection of Zamak for the manufacture of pieces facilitates the reproduction of the details of the pieces Savings of machining and energy Does not change color by use. The types of Zamak and general applications that are most used in the industry are: Zamak 2 : It has Copper 2.

It is used in the manufacture of molds, for example, molds of Zamak parts for shoes and automobile fenders. Zamak 3: Composed of Copper 0. The rest is Zinc.

Zamak 3 is the most stable alloy because it practically does not contain Copper. Zamak 5 : This Zamak alloy has Copper 0. The Zamak 5 is the alloy most used for its dimensional stability in addition to its ease of injected smelting, applicable to carburetors, water pumps and gasoline. Zamak 7 : It differs from the previous alloys because of its low Magnesium content and the addition of 0.

It is used to make appliances such as extractors, juicers and other heavy-duty parts. Zamak 8 : ZA-8, zinc alloy and aluminum, contains significantly more aluminum than other Zamak alloys. ZA-8 contains approximately 8. Zamak The most economical of the line. It is mainly used to make Zamak parts that do not require a good finish. Zamak AZC : This alloy is used to make Zamak ornament pieces such as ornaments for handbags, shoe fittings, backpacks, key chains and some household parts in homes.

Why Zamak? Environmentally friendly: pollution and greenhouse gases are minimized with Zamak injection. Download material properties.

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Zamak formerly trademarked as ZAMAK [1] and also known as Zamac is a family of alloys with a base metal of zinc and alloying elements of aluminium , magnesium , and copper. The name zamak is an acronym of the German names for the metals of which the alloys are composed: Zink zinc , Aluminium , Magnesium and Kupfer copper. Zinc alloys are popularly referred to as pot metal or white metal. While zamak is held to higher industrial standards, it is still considered a pot metal. The most common zamak alloy is zamak 3. Besides that, zamak 2, zamak 5 and zamak 7 are also commercially used.

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The history of Gurelan begins with Zamak, an outstanding material that emerged from the union between experience, technology and need. At the beginning of the 20th century, a growing world steel industry claimed for cheaper, more resistant and easy-to-mould materials. Now we tell you about it. The alloy called Zamak appeared between and , when it was developed and patented by the New Jersey Zinc Company , a company that led the greatest research and achievements in the world of zinc at the beginning of the 20th century.

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