Zamak 12 offers high hardness and high tensille strenght. This is the preferred alloy for permanent mold applications although it can also be cold-chamber die-cast with excellent results. It combines low temperature melting efficiency and thin wall capabilities with premium mechanical properties. ZA-12 can usually be poured directly into molds designed for aluminum and brass.

Forms:
  • 4-20 Ingot
Belmont Product Code8871
Nominal Composition:
  • 88% Zn
  • 11% Al
  • 1% Cu

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