Product name: Funeral accessory Zamak cross/crucifix
Application: Urn decoration
Manufacturer: Sumer International (Beijing) Trading Co.,Ltd
Size: 52 x 16 cm
Material: Zamak (Zinc alloy)
Color: Gold, Silver or Bronze (Optional)
Attached on coffin by screw
Professionally engaged in funeral field over 10 years;
Customized products acceptable;
Good quality and competitive price;
Major Alloy Characteristics
ZAMAK 2: This is the strongest and hardest ZAMAK alloy. Generally
die cast, it is occasionally employed for gravity casting. ZAMAK 2
is not the widely used.
ZAMAK 3: This is the most used general purpose zinc die casting
alloy, providing an excellent combination of strength, ductility
and impact strength. It also provides excellent plating and
finishing characteristics. This alloy is the designer's first
choice for die casting applications.
ZAMAK 5: ZAMAK 5 should be considered when moderately greater
hardness, strength and creep resistance over ZAMAK 3 is required.
ZAMAK 7: this is a high purity for of ZAMAK 3 with similar
mechanical properties. However, ZAMAK 7 has higher ductility (for
forming bending operations) and the highest casting fluidity of the
ZA-8: This should be the first choice when considering die casting
the ZA family, due to its cost effective hot chamber castability.
ZA-8 provides improved performance characteristics over the ZAMAK
alloys. Plating and finishing characteristics are similar. ZA-8 can
also be sand or permanent mold cast.
ZA-12: This is the preferred alloy for permanent mold applications,
although it can also be cal-chamber die cast with excellent
results. It combines low temperature melting efficiency and thin
wall capabilities with premium mechanical properties. ZA-12 should
be used when switching from cast iron or permanent molded aluminum.
ZA-21 can usually be poured directly into molds designed for
aluminum and brass.
ZA-27: Components requiring optimum strength, hardness and light
weight should be specified using ZA-27. With over double the yield
strength of die cast A380 aluminum and 25% lighter than ZAMAK 3,
this is definitely the high performance member of the group. ZA-27
also offers excellent bearing properties, comparable to those of
EZAC: Eastern Alloy's newest commercially available alloy. EZAC is
the strongest, hardest and most creep resistant die casting alloy
available, and can be cast in the "hot-chamber" die casting
The KS alloy was developed for spin casting decorative parts. It
has the same composition as zamak 2, except with more magnesium in
order to produce finer grains and reduce the orange peel effect.