Aluminum-Beryllium (Al-Be) Alloy
Due to weight advantage, Al-Bel alloys are used in aerospace and satellite applications. It is so used in high-performance engine pistons, computer disc drives, and high-performance bicycle parts
To DOT specifications
Aluminum-Beryllium (Al-Be) Alloy TSCA (SARA Title III) Status: Listed
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Sodium (Na) Metal CAS Number: 7440-23-5
Sodium (Na) Metal UN Number: 1428
Aluminum-Beryllium Alloy is a sustainable material that offers numerous benefits. The alloy is lightweight, strong, and highly corrosion-resistant, making it ideal for a variety of applications. Additionally, Beryllium is a rare earth metal not commonly found in nature, making it a valuable and precious resource. By using recycled Aluminum and Beryllium, the production of this Alloy can help reduce the demand for new raw materials and promote a circular economy.
In terms of contributing to a circular economy, Aluminum Beryllium alloy can be recycled and reused, which reduces waste and conserves resources. Recycling Aluminum and Beryllium requires significantly less energy than producing new metal from raw materials, which also helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions. By using this Alloy in applications such as aerospace, automotive, and electronics, we can help build a more sustainable future for our planet.