There is a wide range of different casting alloys to select from to achieve the most cost-effective and the most suitable material that meets the requirements of a specific application. Each casting alloy has a different mechanical property which allows them to have various characteristics, for example:Machinability Corrosion resistance Weldability Heat treatment propertiesWhat Can Be Made Using Casting Alloys?
We are proud to be the UK’s only licensed manufacturer of all three of the most popular, best-selling lead-free alloy solutions used globally – SN100C, E-Qual 97TSC and E-Qual 96TSC. Alongside this, we are able to cater to the highly demanding needs of European industries with a vast range of electronic and industrial grade alloy products.
Since 1986, we have continued to expand our product range, encompassing all tin and tin/lead based alloys, for applications across a diverse range of industries. We are proud of our product quality and environmental awareness.
Bearing Metals from DKL Metals The official definition of a bearing metal is an alloy that is often lead or tin based used for bearings. Bearings support moving parts, such as shafts and spindles, of a machine or mechanism.
Casting Alloys DKL Metals stock a huge range of casting alloys, from Casting Alloy 92J – lead free pewter (High grade lead-free alloy, suited for casting of highly-detailed pieces where a bright polished finish is required) to Casting Alloy 55 (Tin-rich, mid-priced alloy, widely used in both model casting and jewellery trades) we are sure to supply the alloy for you.