Ingot Zinc and Zinc Alloys

Gravity Casting Alloy -- ZA-8
from Eastern Alloys, Inc.

ZA alloys were initially developed for gravity casting. Their mechanical properties compete directly with bronze, cast iron and aluminum using sand, permanent mold and plaster mold casting methods. Beginning in the late 1950's and continuing into the 1970's, Noranda, New Jersey Zinc Co. Ltd., St. [See More]

  • Shape / Form: Ingot or Billet; Standard Sow
  • Grades & Specifications: ASTM / ASME
  • Type: Zinc; Alloy
  • Thickness: 1.62 to 18
95/5 Zinc Aluminum Solder -- 8951
from Belmont Metals, Inc.

Zinc Alloys. Featuring pure Zn shot for precious metal alloying and other uses; Zn plating anodes; Superdie and other Zn alloys for rubber-mold and permanent mold casting, ultrasonic solders. Special high grade Zn, ACS reagent grade Zn, Zamak die casting alloys, ZA alloys, galvanizing brightener... [See More]

  • Shape / Form: Billet / Slab; Ingot or Billet; Waffle, Bar, Ball, Cut Pieces, Shot, Mossy.
  • Applications: Die Casting, Plating, Metal Joining
  • Type: Zinc
Zamak 2 / Superdie I Alloy -- 8934A
from Belmont Metals, Inc.

White Metals. Featuring Aluminum, Lead, Pewter, Solders, Jewelry, Sculpture, Tin, Zinc Alloys in a variety of forms for many applications. White metals are any of several light-colored alloys used as a base for plated silverware, ornaments or novelties, as well as any of several lead-based or... [See More]

  • Shape / Form: Ingot or Billet
  • Grades & Specifications: ICI, ASTM, or Other Casting Grade
  • Type: Zinc
  • Applications: Jewelry Alloys, Pewter, Babbitt Alloys, Fusible Alloys, Tin-Lead Solders, Casting Alloys, Aluminum Joining