Zama is a zinc alloy also known as Zamak. The name comes from its main elements: Zinc, Aluminum, Copper (Kupfer) in various percentages.
The advantages of using Zama are many, both in terms of quality and economic.
It also complies with the ELV (Life Existence of a Vehicle), RoHS (Hazardous Substances Restriction) and WEEE (Electrical and Electronic Equipment Discharges) parameters.
Its main features are:
Zama has excellent resistance to impact, wear and corrosion. Resistance that is further reinforced in the final stage through specific finishes.
The use of Zama allows the production of high precision products, with complex shapes, very thin walls and extreme care in detail. This allows you to guarantee great flexibility in design and versatility in use.
Compared to other alloys, Zama has the advantage of being quite economical.
Due to its characteristics, Zama is suitable for many applications and can be used in a variety of areas, from furnishings to lighting, from accessories to automotive, just to name a few.
Zama, having a very low melting point, allows considerable energy savings. Also, because of its composition, it does not disperse air pollutants during the process.
All die casting zama products are entirely recyclable.
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