Have you ever wondered why your stainless steel sheets will not corrode when exposed to water and air? This is because they are made of alloy castings. They help metals perform better. As a result, you are surrounded by it every day. Metals such as copper, iron, silver, and gold are often difficult to obtain in their purest form. Bronze, brass, steel and other alloys are common. A homogeneous mixture of two or more metals or metals and non-metals is called an alloy. We will learn all about alloys and their uses.

Alloy Casting Definition
The process involves pouring molten metal (metal that has been reworked from scrap into raw material) into a mold with a hollow cavity in the desired shape and allowing it to harden. To complete the process, the solidified part, also called a casting, is ejected or cracked from the mold. They are used in their natural state without any mechanical or heat treatment. Casting allows a complex object to be created in one part, eliminating the need for assembly, machining and fabrication.

 Alloys in everyday life
They come in all shapes and sizes. Alloys can be found everywhere, here are examples of long-form commodities used in the construction industry:
train track
structural part
electric wire 
They are also used in a variety of industries, including:
Electrical Technology 
Body structure construction
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