Aluminium alloy characteristics:
- High operating temperatures
- Outstanding corrosion resistance
- Very good strength and hardness
- Good stiffness and strength-to-weight ratio
- Excellent EMI and RFI shielding properties
- Excellent thermal conductivity
- High electrical conductivity
- Good finishing characteristics
- Full recyclability
Aluminium’s strength, corrosion resistance, and heat dissipating properties offer mechanical designers significant advantages. And our proprietary Thin Wall Aluminium Technology has made Aluminium die casting an option for even more applications.
Applications for Aluminium:
- Aluminium castings improve automotive fuel efficiency by contributing to weight saving requirements
- Aluminium is used in a broad range of networking and infrastructure equipment in the telecom and computing industries because RF filter boxes and housings require heat dissipation
- In handheld devices, Aluminium castings provide EMI/RFI shielding, rigidity, and durability with minimal weight
- Because of Aluminium’s excellent electrical performance and shielding properties, even in high-temperature environments, die cast Aluminium is ideal for electronic connectors and housings
Eutectic alloy that has excellent castability properties, excellent fluidity, and high resistance to hot tearing. It has good machinability and high resistance to chemical attacks.
Aluminium 46000 has very good cast ability and is suitable for pressure die casting. It also has good machinability.
Eutectic alloy with excellent fluidity and high resistance to hot tearing. It also has good machinability.
Aluminium Alloy A380
A380 is one of the most commonly specified Aluminium alloys with a number of significant benefits
Aluminium Alloy 383 (ADC12)
If your component is highly intricate, 383—also known as ADC12 in Asia—is often used as an alternative to A380.
B390 is an Aluminium alloy with high hardness and good wear resistance.
A413 is an Aluminium alloy with excellent pressure tightness.
413 is an Aluminium based alloy that is used for die casting parts.
K-Alloy is an Aluminium, cold-chamber die cast alloy that was engineered to protect components against harsh operating environments.
A360 is an Aluminium alloy with excellent pressure tightness and fluidity.