Production of industrial parts in different materials and alloys
Alloys are homogeneous mixes of metals and/or non-metallic elements. At least one of the components must be a metal element, such as iron, copper, or lead. The other materials may or may not be metals.
Alloys are obtained through the welding of materials. Bronze, tin, and the various types of steel are alloys that are very frequently used in the industrial sector. However, there are many types.
Depending on the material ratio, the properties of each alloy vary, particularly as regards their mechanical characteristics (tenacity, hardness, ductility, etc.) They usually have a high level of electrical and thermal conductivity, and, in general, have physical and chemical properties that are very similar to those of metals.