Aluminum Master Alloys


Aluminum Raw Material Aluminum Based Master Alloy Aluminum Titanium CarbonIn the development of aluminum and its applications, scientific research has shown that small concentrations of selective elements improve its physical properties. The practical difficulties of introducing these elements into the production process can be overcome if they combine well in the aluminum environment, necessitating the use of aluminum-based reference alloys.

Heeger Materialsuses induction melting and reflection technology to produce a range of primary and secondary Aluminum-based Master Alloy for use in large rolling, foundry and remitting facilities worldwide.

Master Aluminum Alloys

All master alloys are supplied in 7 kg waffle slabs or 5 kg ingots.

Aluminum beryllium (Albe) 5%

Aluminum-chromium (AlCr) 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%

Aluminum-cobalt (AlCo) 10%

Aluminum-copper (AlCu) 10%, 20%, 25%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 70%.

Aluminum-iron (AlFe) 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 45%, 50%.

Aluminum-manganese (AlMn) 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 25%.

Aluminum-magnesium (AlMg) 5%, 6%, 10%, 20%.

Aluminum molybdenum (AlMo) 10%.

Aluminum nickel (AlNi) 10%, 20%, 25%.

Aluminum silicon (AlSi) 12%, 20%, 25%, 30%, 50%.

Aluminum silver (AlAg) 10%, 25%, 50%.

Aluminum strontium (AlSr) 10%, 15%.

Aluminum titanium (AlTi) 5%, 6%, 10%.

Aluminum-vanadium (AlV) 5%, 10%, 65%, 75%, 85%.

Aluminum-zirconium (AlZr) 5%, 10%, 15%.

Scandium aluminum (AlSc) 2%, 8%.

A range of aluminum grit cleaners are also available.

Silicone modification: for microstructures.

Aluminum alloys containing up to 14% silicon harden spontaneously into thick, brittle silicon plates in an aluminum environment. This iron has low mechanical strength and ductility, which limits its use.

By modifying AISi to a thin-fiber form, one can expect significant improvements in properties. Rapid cooling leads to the formation of a modified AISistructure and the presence of strontium causes similar effects that occur within a few hours under normal casting conditions. Strontium additive is usually introduced as an aluminum-based matrix alloy during casting preparation.

>> Titanium in 10% wafers

> Strontium in 10% waffle makers >.

> Zirconium in 10% wafers > Zirconium in 10% wafers.

> Vanadium in 10% waffle makers.

> Ti5B1 rods and AlSr 10% rods.

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Photos of our product range – 2012

Our range of aluminum master alloys includes. Heeger Materials Master Alloys.

Heeger Materials Master Alloy brochure.

Physical form.

5 kg ingot / 7 kg wafers.

Customer preferences determine size and method of packaging and color code for identification.






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