Zinc alloy

Zinc alloys in its composition containing such metals as zinc, aluminum, copper and magnesium. In the production and the lifestyle they are used to make Souvenirs, glassware, bearings, office equipment, construction machinery. They are used in engineering, in the field of electrical engineering and the automotive industry.

Titanium alloys

Titanium alloys can be composed of various metals, mainly aluminum, vanadium, titanium, molybdenum, manganese, chromium, copper, tungsten and Nickel. They are widely used in the manufacture of structural materials, aircraft construction, rocket science, space engineering, for the production of chemical glassware and apparatus.

Aluminum alloys

Alloys of aluminum in its composition may contain aluminum, magnesium, copper, zinc, manganese, lithium and beryllium. Due to its corrosion resistance, aluminum alloys have found their application in manufacture of hulls of aircraft and equipment, heavy engineering, manufacture of electrical devices and materials, tableware, cladding panels, doors and electrical cables.

The alloys of iron

Iron, or iron alloys in its composition containing other metals and non-metallic elements. For the production of steel, cast iron or Ferroalloy is used iron, carbon, sulfur, phosphorus, manganese, nitrogen, chromium, Nickel, molybdenum, titanium, cobalt and tungsten. Alloys of iron are used almost in all industries, in the field of construction materials, agriculture, machinery, manufacturing tools, instruments and parts.

Copper alloys

Copper alloys can be composed of zinc, tin, Nickel, aluminum, beryllium and phosphorus. They have found wide application in the industries of manufacturing of tubes, heat engineering equipment, bearings, gears and bushings, parts, springs, precision instruments. Also, copper alloys are used in decorative art and sculpture.

Hard alloys

Solid called alloys, which contain carbides of the metals cobalt, Nickel, steel and molybdenum. They have high refractoriness, hardness, corrosion resistance and durability. Hard metals are used in the manufacture of tools for machining other metals, alloys and rigid nonmetals, as soldering to the working parts of drilling units and construction materials.