Non-Ferrous Alloys

Non-ferrous alloys have been recognized from many industries for their undoubted advantages. Since non-ferrous are much lighter than ferrous ones, they are mainly preferred in configurations where strength is needed, but weight is a factor (e.g. the aerospace industry). As their name reveals they don't contain iron, which guarantees higher resistance to rust and corrosion. And last, but not least non-ferrous metal are not-magnetic and therefore best choice for electronics and wiring.

Setforge provides forged aluminum (1000, 2000, 5000, 6000 and 7000 series) with a diameter up to 450 mm. Our expertise in the forging of light alloys includes further titanium and copper, mainly used in the manufacture of swash plates for automotive air conditioning systems. Setforge also works with nickel-based superalloys, especially designed for components, requiring high temperature and high corrosion resistance. We carry out heat treatments (e.g. T0, T4, T6, T73), finishing operations and tests in our workshops according to applicable specifications.


Our Expertise: 
Non-Ferrous Aerospace Component

Global Manufacturing

Setforge La Clayette

Technical Characteristics

Material*:

aluminum 2000, 6000, 7000 series

copper-based alloys

titanium-based alloys

Inconel 718 and 625

Nimonic (nickel-based alloys)

 

*Please note that these are only some examples for the available grades.

 

Spectrum of Components:

  • aircraft engine components
  • parts for the nuclear, chemical and navy industries
  • lightweight parts with high-fatigue strength for aeronautics (7000 series)
  • corrosion resistant parts for automotive applications in suspension parts (6000 series)
  • high-temperature and/or corrosion resistance of the applied superalloys
  • low-friction properties of copper parts

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Over the years, Farinia Group has taken on new and tough challenges and built a solid expertise in the manufacturing of high-quality parts.

To ensure the success of your projects, we deliver state-of-art engineering & manufacturing, whether your application requires:

  • Forging
  • Casting
  • Machining / Finishing
  • Metal Additive Manufacturing