Introduction To The Characteristics Of Metal Alloys

      Non-ferrous alloys are widely used, mainly in automobiles, building materials, home appliances, electric power, 3 C, machinery manufacturing and other industries. In recent years, the automobile, building materials, household appliances, electric power, 3 C, machinery manufacturing and other industries show rapid development trend, and the development of non-ferrous alloy manufacturing industry depends on the downstream industry, along with the development of downstream industries, non-ferrous metal alloy manufacturing industry has also been rapid development.Metal Alloys
      Copper alloys: Common copper alloys are brass, bronze, and nickel. Aluminum Alloy: According to the composition of aluminum alloy and the characteristics of production process, usually divided into deformation and casting aluminum alloy two categories. Industrial applications are mainly aluminum-manganese, aluminum-magnesium, aluminum-magnesium-copper, aluminum-magnesium-silicon-copper, aluminum-zinc-magnesium-copper alloy. Deformed aluminum alloy is also known as cooked aluminum alloy, according to its composition and performance characteristics are divided into rust-proof aluminum, hard aluminum, superhard aluminum, wrought aluminum and special aluminum and other five kinds. Lead-based alloy: lead-based bearing alloy is a lead-antimony-tin-copper alloy, its hardness is moderate, good running-in, friction coefficient is slightly larger, and toughness is very low. Back to this, it is suitable for casting bearing with less shock, lighter load or slower speed. Metal Alloys
      Nickel alloys: Nickel can be associated with copper, iron, manganese, chromium, silicon, and magnesium comprise a variety of alloys. Nickel-Copper alloy is a famous Mennel alloy, it has high strength and good plasticity, and has stable chemical properties in the atmosphere under 750 degrees, and is widely used in electrical industry, vacuum tube, chemical industry, medical equipment and marine shipping industry.Metal Alloys
      The copper in nonferrous metals is one of the earliest metals used by mankind. Modern, non-ferrous metals and their alloys have become mechanical manufacturing, construction, electronics, aerospace, nuclear power and other fields indispensable structural materials and functional materials. In practical applications, non-ferrous metals are usually classified into 5 categories: light metals. Density of less than 4,500 kilograms/cubic meters, such as aluminum, magnesium, potassium, sodium, calcium, strontium, barium and so on. Heavy. Metal Alloys
      Density greater than 4,500 kilograms/M 3, such as copper, nickel, cobalt, lead, zinc, tin, antimony, bismuth, cadmium, mercury and so on. Precious。 The price is more expensive than usual metals, the crust abundance is low, the purification difficulty, such as gold, silver and platinum group metal. Half metal. Property price between the metal and non-metallic, such as silicon, selenium, tellurium, arsenic, boron and so on. Rare。 Including rare light metals, such as lithium, rubidium, cesium, etc.Metal Alloys