AISI 304

Its nickel content allows better machining and greater resistance than AINSI 430 against certain agents in certain temperature and pH conditions.

AISI 316
It has the same range of apllication as AINSI 304, and the inclusion of Molybdenum in its structure makes it more resistant to corrosion, being superior to AINSI 430 and AINSI 304. Better behaviour in aggresive environments, such as acids and saline atmospheres.



Aluminium is a non-ferromagnetic and extremely light metal (it has a very low density), which makes it ideal for many industrial applications.



A copper-zinc-lead alloy, characterised by its high machinability, it acquires the properties of cooper, its main component, with stable behaviour over time, and without influencing the exposure conditions.
The proportions of copper and zinc can be varied to create a range of brasses with varying prperties.There are three main groups of brasses depending on their percentage.




Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin, in varying percentages, with a minimum of 75% cooper, but it does have certain limits because it becomes brittle.Tin gives copper strength and hardess. With 6% in is not suitable for cold working, and maximum tensile strength is achieved at 17%.