Casting ware

Aluminium alloy ingots, which come from primary ingots during the re-melting process, are made by adding specific alloys to the molten aluminium through a precisely controlled process of de-gassing, ceramic filtering, and composition analysis before being re-cast into alloy ingots. Raw materials with high quality and specialized melting procedures are applied to make CSAC aluminium alloy ingots, which are widely used in producing rims, engines, pistons, and products in related transportation industries.

Because aluminium alloy ingots have the characteristics of a low melting point, high heat capacity, and good casting properties, aluminium galvanic anodes have been widely used as special materials for marine anti-corrosion engineering projects in recent years. Aluminium alloy ingots, which gradually replace cast steel and plastic, are also considered excellent materials used in the machinery and recreational sports appliance industries due to the increasing demands for light weight and environmental protection.

CSAC also produces zinc alloy ingots for casting and zinc anodes for electroplating. Due to the fact that zinc alloy ingots possess the advantages of having a low melting point, good formability in die-casting, high hardness, and good appearance after surface treatment, they are widely used to make hardware parts and decorative products.

Types and remarks of die-cast aluminium alloy ingots

Types and remarks of die-cast aluminium alloy ingots

Classification Symbols Reference
Alloy systems Purity Alloy systems JIS H5202 Aluminium Alloy Casting
1 1 AD 1.1 Al-Si System ADC 1
2 AD 1.2
3 1 AD 3.1 Al-Si-Mg System ADC 3
2 AD 3.2
5 1 AD 5.1 Al-Mg System ADC 5
2 AD 5.2
6 1 AD 6.1 Al-Mg System ADC 6
2 AD 6.1
10 1 AD 10.1 Al-Si-Cu System ADC 10
2 AD 10.1
10Z 1 ADC10Z.1 Al-Si-Cu System ADC 10Z
12 1 AD 12.1 Al-Si-Cu System ADC 12
2 AD 12.2
12Z 1 ADC12Z.1 Al-Si-Cu System
14 1 AD 14.1 Al-Si-Cu System ADC 14
2 AD 14.2

Types and remarks of cast aluminium alloy ingots

Classification Symbols Reference
Alloy systems Purity Alloy systems JIS H5302 Aluminium Alloy Die-casting
1A 1 AC 1A.1 Al-Cu System AC1A
2 AC 1A.2
1B 1 AC 1B.1 Al-Cu System AC1B
2 AC 1B.2
2A 1 AC 2A.1 Al-Cu-Si System AC2A
2 AC 2A.2
2B 1 AC 2B.1 Al-Cu-Si System AC2B
2 AC 2B.2
3A 1 AC 3A.1 Al-Si System ACA
2 AC 3A.2
4A 1 AC 4A.1 Al-Si-Mg System AC4A
2 AC 4A.2
4B 1 AC 4B.1 Al-Si-Cu System AC4B
2 AC 4B.2
4C 1 AC 4C.1 Al-Si-Mg System AC4C
2 AC 4C.2
4CH 1 AC 4CH.1 Al-Si-Mg System 4C4CH
2 AC 4CH.2
4D 1 AC 4D.1 Al-Si-Cu-Mg System AC4D
2 AC 4D.2
5A 1 AC 5A.1 Al-Si-Mg System AC5A
2 AC 5A.2
7A 1 AC 7A.1 Al-Mg System AC7A
2 AC 7A.2
8A 1 AC 8A.1 Al-Si-Cu-Ni-Mg System AC8A
2 AC 8A.2
8B 1 AC 8B.1 Al-Si-Cui-Mg System AC8B
2 AC 8B.2
9A 1 AC 9A.1 Al-Si-Cu-Ni-Mg System AC9A
2 AC 9A.2
9B 1 AC 9B.1 Al-Si-Cu-Ni-Mg System AC9B
2 AC 9B.2
The Production Flow Chart of Casting Ware