Zinc Diecast


Bits of components made from a zinc-based alloy through die casting, often used in car parts, toys, and hardware. People value them because they have a low melting point, are accurately shaped, and can be recycled in manufacturing processes.



Zinc diecast refers to both a manufacturing process and the resulting products created through the injection of molten zinc alloy into a mold under high pressure. The die casting process, commonly used for manufacturing detailed and precise metal components, employs zinc alloys, with Zamak being a popular choice due to its exceptional properties.

Zinc diecast products benefit from Zamak’s qualities, including high precision, dimensional stability, mechanical strength, corrosion resistance, and the capability to produce thin-walled components. The die casting procedure involves melting the zinc alloy, injecting it into a mold cavity under pressure, and allowing rapid solidification to take the shape of the mold. Subsequently, the solidified component is removed and may undergo additional finishing operations like machining or surface treatments.

These products find diverse applications across industries such as automotive, electronics, and consumer goods. Zinc diecast components include automotive parts, electronic enclosures, household appliances, and decorative items. The process is recognized for its efficiency and cost-effectiveness in producing intricate, durable metal parts with tight tolerances and superior surface finishes, making it a prevalent choice in industries requiring high-quality and complex metal components.