Produced in common AA alloy series 1000, 3000 and 6000 to consumer specifications.
Diameters: 152 mm (5″), 156 mm (6″), 178 mm (7″), 203 mm (8″), 216 mm (8,5″), 228 mm (9″), 254 mm (10″)
Stapping Mode 4 laths
Iron base Straps
Identification of billets
Machanical stamping of each billet, alloy EN AW, diameter, cast number, production, homogenization
Label with unique ID of 6 figures, cast number, log.number, production date, net weight (kg), gross weight, sale code, alloy EN AW and diamenter
Billets production is strictly made according to controls plans that guarantee the respect and the record of all critical process parameters:
- Chemical analysis
- Hydrogen content in alluminium
- Homogeneization and cooling curves
- Macrography for the grain size and shell zone
- Micrography for the homogeneization process control
- Ultrasound controls on customer’s requirements
They are “high purity” alluminium products coming from remelt of scrap with addition of chemical elements to create are 99,7% pure alluminim ingots.
Due to thier purity they are utilised in electronic ,IT, electronic components and aerospace.
Weight 20 Kg
Dimensions 736 mm x 171 mm x 107 mm (lenght x width x height)
High profile sow Ingots
Weight 50 kg
Dimensions 860 mm x 860 mm x 390 mm (lenght x width x height)
Aluminium scrap is the most essential input material to the recycling process.
It is often categorised as “new scrap” from production processes and “old scrap” from post consumer use. Adding elements such as Mg, Si, Mn or other elements, scrap creates high purity ingots from remelt.
The sum of acceptable metallic impurities in these grades places them in the upper end of the High purity classification between 99.88% and 99.949%.
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