Product name: Zamak furniture handle
Product Number: 6006
Manufactured by: Wenzhou Leya Metal Hareware.Co.,Ltd
The subsidiary of Sumer (Beijing) International Trading Co.,Ltd
Type: Simple style
Material: Zamak (Zinc alloy)
Usage: Cabinet,drawer, dresser kitchen or other furniture hardware use.
Color: Gold,Silver,Bronze and others
Surface :Satin Nickel/Chrome Plated (Special color negotiable)
Central space: 96 / 128 mm (special spec negotiable)
Weight: 62-83 g (for your reference)
Good quality and reasonable price.
Directly from Factory;
Customers’ design welcome;
The most commonly found zinc mineral is sphalerite (ZnS) also known
as zinc blende, which is found in almost all currently mined zinc
deposits. The mineral crystallizes from the hydrothermal solution
as pure zinc sulfide.
The mineral marmatite is a complex zinc-iron sulfide, which is
commonly found but rarely exploited, as it is not easy to smelt.
Zinc deposits close to the earth’s surface are often converted to
oxides and carbonates. Small quantities of zinc carbonate – the
mineral calamine (smithsonite) in North America – often refer to
the hydrated silicate mineral also known as hemimorphite.
Iron and lead sulfides, in the form of the minerals pyrite and
galena are always associated in significant quantities while
smaller quantities of other metals are commonly found.
Metamorphically formed oxide zinc ores such as franklinite or
zincite are limited to only a few deposits.
Zinc is a natural component of the earth’s crust and an inherent
part of our environment. Zinc is present in rock, soil, air, and
water. Plants, animals and humans also contain zinc.
The average natural level of zinc in the earth’s crust is 70 mg/kg
(dry weight), ranging between 10 and 300 mg/kg (Malle 1992).
In some areas, zinc has been concentrated to much higher levels by
natural geological and geochemical processes (5-15% or
50,000-150,000 mg/kg). Such concentrations, found at the earth’s
surface and underground, are being exploited as ore bodies.
In the early 1930s Morris Ashby in Britain had licensed the New
Jersey zamak alloy. The high-purity refluxer zinc was not available
in Britain and so they acquired the right to manufacture the alloy
using a locally available electrolytically refined zinc of 99.95%
purity. This was given the name Mazak, partly to distinguish it
from zamak and partly from the initials of Morris Ashby. In 1933,
National Smelting licensed the refluxer patent with the intent of
using it to produce 99.99% zinc in their plant at Avonmouth.
Zinc ore deposits are widely spread throughout the world. Zinc ores
are extracted in more than 50 countries. Australia, Canada, China,
India, Peru and Europe are the largest producers. Zinc is normally
associated with lead and other metals including copper, gold and
silver. There are four major types of zinc deposits:
1.Volcanic hosted massive sulfides (VMS)
VHMS deposits are polymetallic and are an important economic source
of copper and zinc often associated with significant concentrations
of silver, gold, cadmium, bismuth or tin.
2.Carbonate hosted (Mississippi Valley & Irish types)
Limestone and dolomite are the most common host rocks. The zinc
lead content usually ranges from 5%-10% with zinc usually
predominating over lead. Concentrations of copper, silver and
barite of fluorite may also be present.
3.Sediment hosted (sedex deposits)
The host rocks are mainly shale, siltstone, and sandstone. Sedex
deposits represent some of the world’s largest accumulations of
zinc, lead and silver. The mineral has a high silver content. The
lead/zinc content ranges from 10-20%.
4.Intrusion related (high sulfidation, skarn, manto, vein)
These deposits are typically found in carbonate rocks in
conjunction with magmatic-hydrothermal systems and are
characterized by mineral association of calcium and magnesium.
Typically the ore body contains more lead than zinc and is
associated with silver.
Zamak 3 properties
|Property||Metric value||Imperial value|
|Ultimate tensile strength||268 MPa||38,900 psi|
|Yield strength (0.2% offset)||208 MPa||30,200 psi|
|Impact strength||46 J (56 J aged)||34 ft-lbf (41 ft-lbf aged)|
|Elongation at Fmax||3%|
|Elongation at fracture||6.3% (16% aged)|
|Shear strength||214 MPa||31,000 psi|
|Compressive yield strength||414 MPa||60,000 psi|
|Fatigue strength (reverse bending 5x108 cycles)||48 MPa||7,000 psi|
|Modulus of elasticity||96 GPa||14,000,000 psi|
6006 cabinet hardware nickel color
6006 back nickel color