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Due to its electric conducting properties and its low own weight, aluminum is used in the power industry, automotive industry, construction and electronics industry.
Below You will find certain most common alloys of aluminium like, among others:
serie 1xxx (1050, 1070),
serie 2xxx (2011, 2024),
serie 3xxx (3003, 3005, 3105),
serie 5xxx (5005, 5754, 5083),
serie 6xxx (6005, 6060, 6061, 6063, 6082),
serie 7xxx (7020, 7075).
Stainless steel or INOX, acquires its properties of resistance to rust by introducing appropriate alloy additives into the steel (i.e. chrome, nickel).
Copper, due to its thermal and electrical conductivity properties, is used in the power industry, in the production of electrical and electronic equipment, as well as heating elements and heat exchangers.
Brass is used primarily in plants that produce fittings, and in the following industries: shipbuilding, armaments, and electrotechnical. Bronze is a copper alloy (80-90% cu in the alloy) with tin, but may contain additions of other metals.
Zinc is most frequently used to coat steel sheets in order to make them resistant to corrosion. In addition, it is used in electric cells (Daniell and Leclanche).
Soft and, simultaneously, very heavy metal, most frequently used for the production of battery plates, batteries, cables, solders, and the production of screens protecting against X-ray and gamma radiation.
Ferrous steel, is an alloy of iron with carbon (sometimes with admixtures of other elements). For industrial applications, it is chiefly produced in sheets or reels, which are then rolled (cold or hot) to achieve the desired thickness.
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