Drive With The Power Of Zinc
Without solid zinc strip, your car would not start, your headlights would not shine and your stereo would not play. It plays key roles in every automobile from being an integral part of the fuse protective system, to leaf springs inner-liners for noise reduction, to trim for extra style on the exterior. Zinc’s properties such as low melting point, unique and consistent conductivity, impact resistance and self-lubrication are vital to the industry. Zinc performs all such functions in a cost-effective manner.
ARTAZN™ has a history of partnering with key global players in the automobile industry to deliver innovative and high quality products to the market at the best value. We have developed zinc strip alloys to suit a range of industry needs. The zinc strip can be rolled and slit based on customer requirements. Our product development team has years of industry expertise, producing new alloys to meet our customers’ specifications.
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The consistent and low melting point of zinc, as compared to copper, creates a dependable voltage and low amperage operating range ideal for the automotive blade fuse industry. Additionally, zinc can be easily plated, skived and stamped while historically remaining a better value than similar metals. ARTAZN™ can provide a one stop shop for existing fuse strip production and plating or can work with customers to develop new alloys to suit their needs.
Metal accents are a trend coming back in the auto industry and are a perfect way to add personal touches to a vehicle. Zinc is the perfect metal to add that extra style and detailing to the exterior of any car. It is an easily malleable metal that can be stamped and chrome plated. Zinc possesses a dent resistant property which aids in maintaining the component’s cosmetic appearance. The material is more cost competitive than brass or stainless steel.
Leaf Spring Inner-Liners
Leaf spring inner-liners reduce the metal on metal friction of a truck’s leaf spring. Zinc is ideal for this application since it is a low cost, self-lubricating metal that can reduce metal to metal sounds.