We specialize in bronze and cast iron, where we can offer a very wide size range. In addition, we cut to size (cubes) of sheets, flat bars, square bars giving you unlimited size range. Our warehouse in Kamienna Góra has 400 tons of material available to customers. We invite you to contact us.
Bronze as the name derives from the Latin word aes brundusinum ie. Brindyzyjski ore. Bronze has good strength, is easily workable. Alloyed bronzes undergo the hardening. Have good anti-seizure property, they are resistant to heat and corrosion.
Cast Iron - high carbon iron-carbon phase diagram, also typically of silicon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur and other components. According to the existing standard iron is defined as a material whose main component is iron and wherein the carbon content exceeds 2%
Brass – an alloy of copper and zinc containing up to 10-45% zinc. It may contain additives other metals such as lead, aluminum, tin, manganese, iron, chromium and silicon. It melts at a temperature. Below 1000 ° C (depending on species). At temperatures above 907 ° C the main alloying element, ie brass. Zinc begins to evaporate resulting in the formation of melting loss.
Aluminum - commercially pure aluminum, containing various amounts of impurities, depending on the method of preparation. As a result of electrolytic refining obtained aluminum containing 99,95-99,955% Al. Primary aluminum obtained by electrolysis of alumina in molten cryolite, contains 99,0-99,8% Al.
Plastics - consisting of synthetic polymers (artificially produced by man and unnatural) and modified natural polymers and modifiers.
Copper (Cu, lat. Cuprum) - The name of copper in Latin (and behind it in many other languages, including English) comes from Cyprus, where in ancient times the mined metal. Initially it was called the metal of Cyprus (lat. Cyprum aes).