Aluminum castings are lightweight and able to withstand the highest operating temperatures of all die cast alloys.
Aluminum alloy characteristics:
High operating temperatures
Outstanding corrosion resistance
Very good strength and hardness
Good stiffness and strength-to-weight ratio
Excellent EMI and RFI shielding properties
Excellent thermal conductivity
High electrical conductivity
Good finishing characteristics
Full recyclability
Aluminum’s strength, corrosion resistance, and heat dissipating properties offer mechanical designers significant advantages. And our proprietary Thin Wall Aluminum Technology has made aluminum die casting an option for even more applications.
Applications for aluminum: 
Aluminum castings improve automotive fuel efficiency by contributing to weight saving requirements
Aluminum is used in a broad range of networking and infrastructure equipment in the telecom and computing industries because RF filter boxes and housings require heat dissipation
In handheld devices, aluminum castings provide EMI/RFI shielding, rigidity, and durability with minimal weight
Because of aluminum’s excellent electrical performance and shielding properties, even in high-temperature environments, die cast aluminum is ideal for electronic connectors and housings
Aluminum Die Casting vs. Other Metals
Aluminum is a lightweight alloy which possesses high dimensional stability for complex shapes and thin walls. Aluminum has good corrosion resistance and mechanical properties, high thermal and electrical conductivity, as well as strength at high temperatures.
Other cast materials include zinc, magnesium, copper, and lead and tin.
When it comes to die casting we don’t believe in limits. We know every project is unique,requiring a specific alloy to deliver optimum results. To achieve this,we work in a range of metals so you have the freedom to make the best choice for your product.our engineers will work with you to make sure that the proper alloy is selected for your project.Although a variety of aluminum alloys can be die cast from primary or recycled aluminum, LANGOZ has the capabilities to cast the following alloys:
Varying aluminum alloys are composed of many elements,including silicon, iron, copper, manganese, magnesium, nickel, zinc, tin, titanium, and others. For technical data specific to the chemical compositions and physical/mechanical properties of every aluminum alloy cast by LANGOZ,please see below.
380: 380 aluminum is the most common and cost effective aluminum alloy,providing the best combination of utility and cost. 380 aluminum also exhibits above average machining characteristics.
360: 360 aluminum selected for higher corrosion resistance, superior strength at elevated temperatures, and somewhat better ductility, but is more difficult to cast.
383: 383 aluminum is a modification of 380. It provides better die filling but with a moderate sacrifice in mechanical properties such as toughness.
390: 390 aluminum is selected for special applications where high strength, fluidity and wear-resistance and bearing properties are required. This alloy is optimal for many transmission applications.
413: 413 aluminum is used for maximum pressure tightness and fluidity.
B390: B390 is an aluminum alloy with high hardness and good wear resistance.
A360: A360 is an aluminum alloy with excellent pressure tightness and fluidity.
A380: A380 is one of the most commonly specified aluminum alloys with a number of significant benefits
A413: A413 is an aluminum alloy with excellent pressure tightness. 
K-Alloy: K-Alloy is an aluminum, cold-chamber die cast alloy that was engineered to protect components against harsh operating environments. 

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