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ZINC is a bluish white metal, which has similarities with magnesium and beryllium.

One of its most important uses is in galvanised steel.

 

It is a metal which displays a bluish green flame when burning. Dry air does not harm it, but in humid conditions, a top layer is formed which isolates the metal and protects it from corrosion.

 

The most common alloys of zinc are with aluminium and copper, which improve the characteristics of zinc including its ability to be moulded. It is also a lesser component in various alloys, mainly with copper as brass (3% to 45% zinc), alpaca metal (Cu-Ni-Zn) and bronze (Cu-Sn) for moulding .

Zamak

Zamak is an alloy of zinc with aluminium, magnesium and copper. It is a cheap and tough material, resistant to traction, having good mechanical resistance and the ability to change shape, and good filtering properties.

Its use is widespread nowadays in the ironwork industry, due largely to the continuous increase of more common materials in this sector, as for example brass.

 

Zamak is a German acronym of the materials which make up the alloy: Zinc (Zink), Aluminium, Magnesium and Copper (Kupfer).


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