Zamak is an alloy created in the United States more than a century ago. Its name is a German acronym for the materials of which it is formed and composed: Aluminium, Zinc, Magnesium and Copper. An extremely versatile material, it has many different applications and can be used to create parts with a high level of detail and precision.
Advantages of Zamak in the locksmith sector
Zamak’s characteristics make it a very suitable material for use in the creation of parts in the locksmith sector. Let’s have a look at these characteristics and the advantages that Zamak offers over other materials.
Zamak’s most attractive property is its hardness and strength. It is an ideal substitute for aluminium and brass, and much cheaper.
In addition to this, Zamak’s flexibility, versatility and deformity means that it can be used to create all manner of parts for locksmiths. As a sector that needs great precision and detail in its parts, Zamak meets these requirements perfectly.