What is the difference between zinc alloy and stainless steel

Stainless steel refers to the air, steam, water and other weak corrosion medium and acid, alkali, salt and other chemical corrosive medium corrosion steel, also known as stainless acid steel.
Zinc alloy die casting is an alloy based on zinc with other elements added.
Commonly added alloying elements include aluminum, copper, magnesium, cadmium, lead, titanium and other low-temperature zinc alloys.

 

1. the appearance of zinc aluminum alloy luster is very weak, and delicate stainless steel wire still has a certain gloss.
2. hardness is the overall hardness and strength of stainless steel is better.
3. zinc alloy material, its strength and rust resistance relative to stainless steel is inferior to some, but its advantage is easy to make complex parts, especially pressure casting, the market to see more complex patterns of the lock is made of zinc alloy material.
4. stainless steel its strength, strong corrosion resistance, color than high quality zinc alloy strong wear resistance, corrosion resistance is very strong, easy to shape much better.
Zinc-alloy die castings have good properties, and can be used for precision parts with complex shapes and thin walls, and the surface of the castings is smooth

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