In this section of our website we show the alloys we have derived from different metals.
The main components used are tin, aluminum, antimony, lead, copper and zinc. Tin is a chemical element with an atomic number of 50. It has an atomic mass equal to 118,710 u, being symbolically represented as Sn, from the Latin Stannum.
Its main characteristic is the superficial oxidation at room temperature, property that makes it resistant to corrosion. It is an important component in many alloys.
Aluminum is a chemical element with an atomic number of 13. It has an atomic mass equal to 26.91 u, being symbolically represented as Al. It is an anti-ferromagnetic metal.
It has different properties, from which we can highlight its excellent thermal and electrical conduction, lightness, high resistance to corrosion, it does not present any degree of toxicity for living beings, among many others.
Antimony is a chemical element with an atomic number of 51. It has an atomic mass of 121,760 u, symbolically represented as Sb, from the Latin Stibium.
Antimony has a low thermal and electric conductivity, is stable in dry air and is not attacked by diluted acids or alkalis.