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NON-FERROUS METALS

Iron and its alloys are ferrous metals. All other metals and alloys are non-ferrous. Non-ferrous metals in nature are not very common, so, in contrast to iron, their extraction is much more expensive and, consequently, non-ferrous metals and their alloys are expensive. However, the presence of special characteristics that the iron does not possess, expands the scope of their application and justify the high cost of non-ferrous metals.

Our company offers you products of such non-ferrous metals as aluminum, duralumin and copper:

 

Aluminium, duralumin

Copper

 Circle

 Circle AK6 
 Circle AMG6
 Circle AMG3
 Circle D16
 Circle D16T

 

 Circle

 Circle M1TV 
 Circle M1pres

 

 Sheet

 Sheet A5M
 Sheet A5N
 Sheet AD1M
 Sheet AMG2M
 Sheet AMG2NR
 Sheet AMG3M
 Sheet AMG6BM
 Sheet AMCM

 

 Circle

 Circle M1TV 
 Circle M1pres

 

Name of non-ferrous metals this group of metals and alloys was due to its color characteristics. For example, copper is red colored, and its alloys have a reddish tint.

Alloys are obtained by mixing molten metals in various proportions. Such mixing is obtained a product with improved properties than the original metal. There are alloys of light metals, alloys of heavy metals, etc.

Heavy non-ferrous metals include lead, copper, tin, zinc, nickel.

The group of light non-ferrous metals includes aluminum, titanium, magnesium, beryllium, strontium, calcium, lithium, barium, potassium, sodium, cesium and rubidium.

Noble metals include platinum, gold, silver, osmium, rhodium, ruthenium, and palladium.

Cadmium, cobalt, bismuth, antimony, arsenic and mercury are small metals.

Among the refractory metals are such metals as tungsten and vanadium, molybdenum and tantalum, chromium and niobium, zirconium and manganese.

A large group consists of rare earth metals such as cerium, lanthanum, neodymium, praseodymium, europium, samarium, terbium, gadolinium, ytterbium, holmium, dysprosium, thulium, erbium, promethium, lutetium, yttrium and scandium.

Dispersed non-ferrous metals include indium and thallium, germanium and rhenium, selenium, hafnium and tellurium.

Another type of non-ferrous metals is radioactive metals: uranium, protactinium, thorium, radium, neptunium, actinium, americium, plutonium, einsteinium, californium, fermium, nobelium, mendelevium and laurentium.

Alloys of non-ferrous metals, in their various and certain proportions, help to achieve certain properties, thanks to which it becomes possible to use them both in mass and highly specialized production of technical products. The mechanical, physical and chemical properties of alloys can be changed not only by changing the proportions of the parent metals, but also by additional mechanical or chemical effects on them, for example, heat treatment, cold work, the application of aging technologies, etc.

Mechanical treatment of non-ferrous metals can include stamping and forging, pressing and rolling, soldering, welding and cutting.

Many cast products, as well as wire, squares, hexagons in the form of bars and coils, tapes and strips, sheets and foil are made of non-ferrous metals. Often in the production of powders from these metals are used.