Zinc Alloys were developed specifically for pressure die casting using hot chamber casting, which is highly automated and the most popular and efficient die casting process. ZA Alloys (Zinc Aluminum Alloys) were developed initially for gravity casting using sand, permanent mold, plaster mold and graphite mold casting techniques. ZA alloys can be used in pressure die casting, but require a cold chamber casting method. Only ZA-8 can be hot chamber die cast.
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Advantages

N/A • Can produce parts of almost any shape.
• Close tolerances can be achieved.
• Tooling, die and energy costs are less.
• Offers high strength and elongation for superior performance.
• High impact strength.
• Castings are readily polished, plated, painted or anodized.
• Thin wall castability.
• Eliminates most secondary machining operations.
• Anti sparking characteristics.
• Zinc Alloys are environmentally friendly, non-toxic and are efficiently recyclable.

Ingredients of Material - Zinc

Hazardous Ingredients

N/A Zinc

Approx. Concentration

N/A 87 - 89 %

C.A.S.N.A. or U.N. Numbers

N/A 7440-66-6

Exposure Limits

N/A 15.0 mg/cu.m 5.0 mg/cu.m ACGIH TLV-TWA

Ingredients of Material - Aluminium

Hazardous Ingredients 

N/A Aluminum

Approx. Concentration 

N/A 11 - 13 %

C.A.S.N.A. or U.N. Numbers 

N/A 7429-90-5

Exposure Limits 

N/A 15.0 mg/cu.m

Hazards Identification

Skin / Eyes

N/A Remove contaminated clothing. Wash affected areas with soap and water.Flush eyes with luke warm gently running water. If irritation persists, consult physician.

Inhalation

N/A If exposed to excessive fume, remove to fresh air; administer oxygen if needed. Keep patient warm and seek medical assistance.

Ingestion

N/A Generally not considered toxic if ingested however, consult physician immediately.

General Advise

N/A Practice good personal hygiene. Wash hands before eating or smoking.