Increasing Secondary Alloy Usage in Aluminum Die Casting Industry – Webinar
Secondary aluminum is playing an increasing role in the global economy, particularly in countries with long histories of aluminum usage. In fact, since 2001, secondary aluminum production in the United States surpassed primary aluminum production with many positive benefits such as lower cost, energy savings, and environmental stewardship. However, limited quantities of secondary aluminum alloys are presently used in the die casting industry because of the higher concentrations of residual contaminants such as iron and zinc in the secondary materials compared with primary aluminum.
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