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ZK60A-T5 Magnesium Extrusions exported to USA market

One American customer place an order of ZK60A-T5 magnesium extrusions which was produced according to customer's design. Total 10 parts, it used for fuel injector. This is our first time to export the ZK60A-T5 to USA market, before we have ever exported to AZ31B extrusions, ZK60A-T5 is much difficult to extrude than AZ31B.

Magnesium tooling plate exportation boosts in 2016

From the beginning of 2016, XYMCO's main products - magnesium tooling plate exportation boosts a lot, not only exported to Europe, USA and Japan, but also Brazil, India and South East Countries. The extruded products is inceased a lot too.

Magnesium alloy in LED lighting products to expand the application has become a new trend

Magnesium alloy in recent years in LED lighting products on the application has become a new trend, more than magnesium alloy processing enterprises have started mass production of magnesium alloy LED product and profit from it. LED will become a new growth of market of magnesium alloy. The application of magnesium alloy in the field of LED lighting components is the main street lamp holder, lamp shell and a lamp shell, profile, light bulb shell, tunnel lamp body and LED radiating module. Including magnesium alloy die castings and profiles, surface treatment using fluorocarbon spraying, spray and anodic oxidation  In order to realize environmental protection and energy saving emission reduction, road lamp pole attached parts increasing, fan blade, solar panels and constantly increasing lamp load. The magnesium alloy profiles manufacturing of the parts, can not only reduce the bearing, reduce the load, but also can minimize the extra damage.

ZK60A-T5, T6 forged block, plate and extrusion

ZK60A ZK60A is a wrought magnesium base alloy containing zinc and zirconium. Increased strength is obtained by artificial aging from the as-fabricated form. ZK60A-T5 has the best combination of strength and ductility at room-temperature of the wrought magnesium alloys.   APPLICATIONS Forgings and extrusions in ZK60A find application in high strength parts for use primarily where the service temperature is below 150°C. ZK60A forgings can be used where pressure tightness or machinability are required. That parts are dimensionally stable during and after machining is also an important design consideration. Forgings and extrusions in ZK60A find application in high strength parts for satellites, helicopter gearboxes and rotor hubs, bicycle frames, roadwheels, missle frames and interstage fairings, brake housings and landing gear struts.   SPECIFICATIONS ASTM B91 ASTM B107/B107M-13   CHEMICAL COMPOSITION Zinc 4.8-6.2% Zirconium 0.45% min Magnesium Balance   Dimension Scope Forgings: Max. length 1000mm, max. width 500mm, max thickness 330mm. Extrusions: Diameter 6mm - 180mm for round bar; thickness and width 10-220mm for square/rectangular section. Length: 100mm - 6000mm Thickness and width are inter-dependant.   HEAT TREATMENT As-fabricated (F) forgings can be converted to the precipitation treated temper (T5) by heating to 150°C for 24 hours, followed by air cooling.   PHYSICAL PROPERTIES Specific Gravity 1.83 Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 27.1x10 -6 K -1 Thermal Conductivity 121 Wm -1 K -1 Specific Heat 1100 Jkg -1 K -1 Electrical Resistivity 57 nΩm Modulus of Elasticity 45GPa Poissons Ratio 0.35 Melting Range 520-635°C   TYPICAL HARDNESS ZK60A-T6 85 Rockwell E ZK60A-T5 77 Rockwell E   WELDABILITY ZK60A is not considered to be weldable by conventional techniques due to hot-shortness cracking. However, resistance welding response is excellent. Friction stir welding can be used to join ZK60A to itself and other magnesium alloys.   MACHINING ZK60A, like all magnesium alloy forgings, machines faster than any other metal. Providing the geometry of the part allows, the limiting factor is the power and speed of the machine rather than the quality of the tool material. The power required per cubic centimeter of metal removed varies from 9 to 14 watts per minute depending on the operation.   SURFACE TREATMENT All the normal chromating, anodizing, plating, and finishing treatments are readily applicable.

R&D for Magnesium Lithium alloy materials and its semi-finished products like plate sheet bar rod billet rod bar tube strip coil

Mg – Li alloy XIAN YUECHEN METAL PRODUCTS CO., LTD. (XYMCO) is under R&D the lightest structure Magnesium Lithium alloy materials and we believe that it will be widely used for many fields like 3C, speaker, extremely light weight (Density: 1.14-1.57g/cm3) and moderate ultimate tensile strengths 14, 500 to 36, 000 lb/in2 (100 to 248 MPa). One such alloy, LA141A, has a density of only 0.045 lb/in3 (1245 kg/m3), or three-quarters that of magnesium high ductibility (43%), good cold processing at room temperature, suitable for stamping, forging and extrusion Ultra light Magnesium Lithium (MgLi) alloy Materials MgLi alloy is the most light weight metal structure materials, density is generally 1.35-1.65g/cm3, has a high specific strength and specific stiffness and excellent damping performance and resistance to high-energy particle penetration. We also believed that the MgLi alloys will be widely used for aerospace, aviation, weapon, defense, nuclear industry and other potential industry sectors. After years of researching and developing hard works, XIAN YUECHEN METAL PRODUCTS CO., LTD. (XYMCO) is becoming one of a leading manufacturer and supplier of Magnesium Lithium (MgLi) alloy and Aluminium Lithium Magnesium (AlLiMg) alloys with the material grades for Mg14LiAl, Mg9LiAl, Mg9LiZn, Mg9Li3Al3Zn, Mg8LiAl, Mg8LiAlY and Mg8Li3AlY. XIAN YUECHEN METAL PRODUCTS CO., LTD. (XYMCO) can mass produce LZ91,LA91, LA141, MA18 and MA21 magnesium lithium alloys in the form of rectangular or round shape ingot by vacuum melting techniques, and mass produce MgLi wrought alloys and its products of magnesium lithium alloy slab, magnesium lithium alloy bock, magnesium lithium alloy plate, magnesium lithium alloy sheet, magnesium lithium alloy foil, magnesium lithium alloy strip, magnesium lithium alloy coil, magnesium lithium alloy billet, magnesium lithium alloy rod, magnesium lithium alloy bar, magnesium lithium alloy tube, magnesium lithium alloy pipe, magnesium lithium alloy wire, magnesium lithium alloy profile by casting, forging, extrusion and hot rolling process. XYMCO also produces the customized sizes (non standard sizes) magnesium lithium alloy materials and its products according to customers’ requirements. What's Magnesium lithium (MgLi) alloys and Aluminium Lithium alloys Magnesium lithium (MgLi) alloys are among the lightest structural materials. Aluminium lithium alloys are a range of advanced aluminium alloys. Their key advantage over standard aluminium alloys is a lower density combined with improved elastic modulus. Resistance to fatigue cracking is also generally superior to standard 2000 and 7000 series aluminium alloys. Newer aluminium lithium alloys have improved corrosion resistance and greater toughness than their predecessors. Applications of ultra light Magnesium Lithium (MgLi) alloy Aerospace: Dashboard, levers, skin, seat frames, aircraft down side, fuel tank, and anti-cosmic dust shield wall, gyro mount plate, etc; Military field: Missile fin and shell, rocket head case, the conversion device holder, aiming devices, stretchers, cartridges, etc; Transportation: Wheels, steering wheel locking device covers, small toolbox door, pedal bracket, door frames, tail plate, motor cover, front cover, air compressor cover, pumping tubing, cars, etc; 3C products: Laptop case, cell phone case, camera case, PDA / GPS shell, high-end audio vibration film / tone pots, ultra-precise frequency electronic lithium-magnesium alloy plate, conduit, etc.   TypeInfo: Company's News Keywords for the information:magnesium lithium plate  MgLi alloy plate  MgLi alloy rod  MgLi alloy bar  MgLi alloy sheet  MgLi alloy 

Welding magnesium

**Welding magnesium. **Magnesium is a white, very lightweight, machinable, corrosion resistant, high strength metal. It can be alloyed with small quantities of other metals, such as aluminum, manganese, zinc and zirconium, to obtain desired properties. It can be welded by most of the welding processes used in the metal working trades. Because this metal oxidizes rapidly when heated to its melting point in air, a protective inert gas shield must be provided in arc welding to prevent destructive oxidation. Magnesium possesses properties that make welding it different from the welding of steels. Many of these are the same as for aluminum. These are: Magnesium oxide surface coating, which increases with an increase in temperature. High thermal conductivity. Relatively high thermal expansion coefficient. Relatively low melting temperature. The absence of color change as temperature approaches the melting point. The normal metallurgical factors that apply to other metals apply to magnesium as well The welds produced between similar alloys will develop the full strength of the base metals; however, the strength of the heat-affected zone may be reduced slightly. In all magnesium alloys, the solidification range increases and the melting point and the thermal expansion decrease as the alloy content increases. Aluminum added as an alloy up to 10 percent improves weldability, since it tends to refine the weld grain structure. Zinc of more than 1 percent increases hot shortness, which can result in weld cracking. The high zinc alloys are not recommended for arc welding because of their cracking tendencies. Magnesium, containing small amounts of thorium, possesses excellent welding qualities and freedom from cracking Weldments of these alloys do not require stress relieving. Certain magnesium alloys are subject to stress corrosion. Weldments subjected to corrosive attack over a period of time may crack adjacent to welds if the residual stresses are not removed. Stress relieving is required for weldments intended for this type of service. Cleaning. An oil coating or chrome pickle finish is usually provided on magnesium alloys for surface protection during shipment and storage. This oil, along with other foreign matter and metallic oxides, must be removed from the surface prior to welding. Chemical cleaning is preferred, because it is faster and more uniform in its action. Mechanical cleaning can be utilized if chemical cleaning facilities are not available. A final bright chrome pickle finish is recommended for parts that are to be arc welded. The various methods for cleaning magnesium are described below. WARNING The vapors from some chlorinated solvents (e.g., carbon tetrachloride, trichloroethylene, and perchloroethylene) break down under the ultraviolet radiation of an electric arc and form a toxic gas. Avoid welding where such vapors are present. These solvents vaporize easily, and prolonged inhalation of the vapor can be hazardous. These organic vapors should be removed from the work area before welding begins.Dry cleaning solvent and mineral spirits paint thinner are highly flammable. Do not clean parts near an open flame or in a smoking area. Dry cleaning solvent and mineral spirits paint thinner evaporate quickly and have a defatting effect on the skin. When used without protective gloves, these chemicals may cause irritation or cracking of the skin. Cleaning operations should be performed only in well ventilated areas.   Grease should be removed by the vapor degreasing system in which trichloroethylene is utilized or with a hot alkaline cleaning compound. Grease may also be removed by dipping small parts in dry cleaning solvent or mineral spirits paint thinner. Mechanical cleaning can be done satisfactorily with 160 and 240 grit aluminum oxide abrasive cloth, stainless steel wool, or by wire brushing. WARNING Precleaning and postcleaning acids used in magnesium welding and brazing are highly toxic and corrosive. Goggles, rubber gloves, and rubber aprons should be worn when handling the acids and solutions. Do not inhale fumes and mists. When spilled on the body or clothing, wash immediately with large quantities of cold water, and seek medical attention. Never pour water into acid when preparing solution; instead, pour acid into water. Always mix acid and water slowly. Cleaning operations should be performed only in well ventilated areas. Immediately after the grease, oil, and other foreign materials have been removed from the surface, the metal should be dipped for 3 minutes in a hot solution with the following composition: The bath should be operated at 70°F (21°C). The work should be removed from the solution, thoroughly rinsed with hot water, and air dried. The welding rod should also be cleaned to obtain the best results. Joint Preparation. Edges that are to be welded must be smooth and free of loose pieces and cavities that might contain contaminating agents, such a

New magnesium alloy: World's strongest and lightest metal

New magnesium alloy: World's strongest and lightest metal

Magnesium alloy profile

Xian Yuechen Metal Products CO., Ltd. (XYMCO) has manufactured magnesium alloy profile from 1995. We have production capacity with 1250 tonne press, 2500 tonne press and 3600 tonne press in house, our subcontract company has the 8000 tonne press and 10000 tonne press so that we can supply our customers big section extrusions.

AZ31B (3.5312, M11311) Magnesium

AZ31B (3.5312, M11311) Magnesium AZ31B magnesium is a magnesium alloy. AZ31B is the ASTM designation for this material. M11311 is the UNS number. Additionally, the ISO numeric designation is WD21151. It has a very high melting temperature among the magnesium alloys in the database. The properties of AZ31B magnesium include four common variations. This page shows summary ranges across all of them. For more specific values, follow the links immediately below. The graph bars on the material properties cards further below compare AZ31B magnesium to other magnesium alloys (top) and the entire database (bottom). A full bar means this is the highest value in the relevant set. A half-full bar means it's 50% of the highest, and so on. AZ31B-F MagnesiumAZ31B-H24 Magnesium AZ31B-H26 MagnesiumAZ31B-O Magnesium     Mechanical Properties Elastic (Young's, Tensile) Modulus     45 GPa 6.5 x 106 psi Elongation at Break     5.6 to 12 % Fatigue Strength     100 to 120 MPa 15 to 18 x 103 psi Poisson's Ratio     0.29 Shear Modulus     17 GPa 2.5 x 106 psi Shear Strength     130 to 160 MPa 19 to 23 x 103 psi Tensile Strength: Ultimate (UTS)     240 to 270 MPa 34 to 39 x 103 psi Tensile Strength: Yield (Proof)     120 to 180 MPa 18 to 26 x 103 psi   Thermal Properties Latent Heat of Fusion     350 J/g Maximum Temperature: Mechanical     150 °C 300 °F Melting Completion (Liquidus)     600 °C 1110 °F Melting Onset (Solidus)     600 °C 1120 °F Specific Heat Capacity     990 J/kg-K 0.24 BTU/lb-°F Thermal Conductivity     100 W/m-K 60 BTU/h-ft-°F Thermal Expansion     26 µm/m-K   Electrical Properties Electrical Conductivity: Equal Volume     18 % IACS Electrical Conductivity: Equal Weight (Specific)     95 % IACS   Otherwise Unclassified Properties Base Metal Price     12 % relative Density     1.7 g/cm3 110 lb/ft3 Embodied Carbon     23 kg CO2/kg material Embodied Energy     160 MJ/kg 67 x 103 BTU/lb Embodied Water     970 L/kg 120 gal/lb   Common Calculations Resilience: Ultimate (Unit Rupture Work)     13 to 25 MJ/m3 Resilience: Unit (Modulus of Resilience)     170 to 370 kJ/m3 Stiffness to Weight: Axial     15 points Stiffness to Weight: Bending     70 points Strength to Weight: Axial     39 to 44 points Strength to Weight: Bending     50 to 55 points Thermal Diffusivity     62 m2/s Thermal Shock Resistance     14 to 16 points   Alloy Composition   Magnesium (Mg)Mg   93.6 to 97.1 Aluminum (Al)Al   2.4 to 3.6 Zinc (Zn)Zn   0.5 to 1.5 Manganese (Mn)Mn   0.050 to 1.0 Silicon (Si)Si   0 to 0.1 Iron (Fe)Fe   0 to 0.050 Copper (Cu)Cu   0 to 0.050 Calcium (Ca)Ca   0 to 0.040 Nickel (Ni)Ni   0 to 0.0050 Residualsres.   0 to 0.3 All values are % weight. Ranges represent what is permitted under applicable standards.   Followup Questions How are the material properties defined?Why does this material have multiple names? How does AZ31B magnesium compare to other magnesium alloys?How does it compare to other metal alloys?   Similar Alloys AZ31C (AZ31C-F, M11312) MagnesiumISO-WD21150 (MgAl3Zn1(A)) Magnesium AM50A (AM50A-F, M10500) MagnesiumEN-MC21310 (MgAl2Si) Magnesium EN-MC21220 (MgAl5Mn) MagnesiumEN-MC21210 (MgAl2Mn) Magnesium   Further Reading ASTM B90: Standard Specification for Magnesium-Alloy Sheet and Plate ASTM B107: Standard Specification for Magnesium-Alloy Extruded Bars, Rods, Profiles, Tubes, and Wire Advances in Wrought Magnesium Alloys: Fundamentals of Processing, Properties and Applications, Colleen Bettles and Matthew Barnett (editors), 2012 ASTM B91: Standard Specification for Magnesium-Alloy Forgings ISO 3116: Magnesium and magnesium alloys - Wrought magnesium alloys Welding and Joining of Magnesium Alloys, Liming Liu (editor), 2010 Essential Readings in Magnesium Technology, Suveen N. Mathaudhu et al. (editors), 2014 Environmental Degradation of Advanced and Traditional Engineering Materials, Lloyd H. Hihara et al., 2014. Advanced Materials in Automotive Engineering, Jason Rowe (editor), 2012 Properties and Selection: Nonferrous Alloys and Special-Purpose Materials, ASM Handbook vol. 2, ASM International, 1993

EN-MC21120-F Magnesium

EN-MC21120-F Magnesium EN-MC21120-F is EN-MC21120 magnesium in the as-fabricated (no temper or treatment) condition. It has the lowest strength compared to the other variants of EN-MC21120 magnesium. The graph bars on the material properties cards below compare EN-MC21120-F to other magnesium alloys (top) and the entire database (bottom). A full bar means this is the highest value in the relevant set. A half-full bar means it's 50% of the highest, and so on. Mechanical Properties Brinell Hardness 65 Elastic (Young's, Tensile) Modulus 46 GPa 6.7 x 106 psi Elongation at Break 2.9 % Fatigue Strength 84 MPa 12 x 103 psi Poisson's Ratio 0.29 Shear Modulus 18 GPa 2.6 x 106 psi Shear Strength 110 MPa 16 x 103 psi Tensile Strength: Ultimate (UTS) 200 MPa 28 x 103 psi Tensile Strength: Yield (Proof) 130 MPa 19 x 103 psi Thermal Properties Latent Heat of Fusion 350 J/g Maximum Temperature: Mechanical 130 °C 270 °F Melting Completion (Liquidus) 600 °C 1120 °F Melting Onset (Solidus) 490 °C 910 °F Specific Heat Capacity 990 J/kg-K 0.24 BTU/lb-°F Thermal Conductivity 76 W/m-K 44 BTU/h-ft-°F Thermal Expansion 26 µm/m-K Electrical Properties Electrical Conductivity: Equal Volume 11 % IACS Electrical Conductivity: Equal Weight (Specific) 59 % IACS Otherwise Unclassified Properties Base Metal Price 12 % relative Density 1.7 g/cm3 110 lb/ft3 Embodied Carbon 22 kg CO2/kg material Embodied Energy 160 MJ/kg 68 x 103 BTU/lb Embodied Water 990 L/kg 120 gal/lb Common Calculations Resilience: Ultimate (Unit Rupture Work) 5.0 MJ/m3 Resilience: Unit (Modulus of Resilience) 180 kJ/m3 Stiffness to Weight: Axial 15 points Stiffness to Weight: Bending 69 points Strength to Weight: Axial 31 points Strength to Weight: Bending 43 points Thermal Diffusivity 44 m2/s Thermal Shock Resistance 11 points Alloy Composition   Magnesium (Mg)Mg   88.6 to 91.3 Aluminum (Al)Al   8.3 to 9.7 Zinc (Zn)Zn   0.35 to 1.0 Manganese (Mn)Mn   0.1 to 0.5 Silicon (Si)Si   0 to 0.2 Copper (Cu)Cu   0 to 0.030 Iron (Fe)Fe   0 to 0.0050 Nickel (Ni)Ni   0 to 0.0020 Residualsres.   0 to 0.010 All values are % weight. Ranges represent what is permitted under applicable standards.
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