Zinc is second only to copper and aluminum in non-ferrous metal usage, and can be made into alloys with various metals with excellent performance. Zinc is widely used in automobiles, construction, household appliances, ships, light industry, machinery, batteries and other industries in the form of galvanized, zinc-based alloy, zinc oxide. Zinc alloy has low melting point, good fluidity, easy fusion welding, brazing and plastic processing, corrosion resistance in the atmosphere, easy recycling and remelting of residual waste, but low creep strength, prone to dimensional changes caused by natural aging.


Zinc metal has good ductility, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, castability, and good mechanical properties at room temperature. Zinc alloy parts are corrosion-resistant and have strong plasticity.

Common Manufacturing Processes

Stamping, Drawing, Bending, Welding