Production Machining

JAN 2019

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ALUMINUM WITH TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION OF EXTRUDED AND DRAWN RODS AND BARS, IN ALUMINUM ALLOYS Eural USA Inc. 212 W. Washington St. Unit 1108 Chicago, IL 60606 USA TEL +1 (312) 888.0578 TEL +1 (312) 888.6778 usa@eural.com www.eural.com RoHS (Reduction of Hazardous Substances ) Pb ≤ 0.4% Pb ≤ 0.1% ECHA (European Chemical Agency) has updated the candidate list of substances of very high concern (REACH), including lead metal. This consists in a duty to communicate along the supply chain the presence of lead in aluminum alloys when its concentration is ≥0.1% by weight. - Easy machining with any tool - Excellent chip forming performance ii (machinability) - Longer tool life - High mechanical properties (Rm ≥ 53.7 Ksi) - Excellent surface finishing after turning - RoHS compliant Pb ≤0.1% (2018/740/EU) - Tin free, as it causes weakness due to its brittle ii nature 6026 6026 2033 2033 by EURAL by EURAL LEAD FREE LEAD FREE - Good attitude to anodizing - Excellent chip forming performance ii (machinability) - Good corrosion resistance - High mechanical properties (Rmi≥ 53.7 Ksi) - Excellent surface finishing after turning - RoHS compliant Pb ≤0.1% (2018/740/EU) - Tin free, as it causes weakness due to its brittle ii nature EURAL, ALWAYS AT THE FOREFRONT OF RESEARCH OF NEW SOLUTIONS FOR THE INDUSTRY, HAS DEVELOPED NEW FREE CUTTING ALUMINUM ALLOYS 05/18/2021 The last RoHS directive 2018/740/EU has been published announcing that Annex 6(b)-II "Lead as an alloying element in aluminum containing up to 0.4% by weight" EXPIRES ON 05/18/2021. The new limit for lead will be up to 0.1%. Unit: in DRAWN EXTRUDED .197" - 3" .349" - 2.559 Thick .472" - 2.165" .394" - 2.5" 1.181" - 10" 1.181" - 6.5" Thick 1.181" - 5" - ISO 9001:2015 – IATF 16949:2016 ISO 14001:2015 – prEN 9100:2016 AS 9100 D – JIS Q 9100:2016 - PED U S A

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