Sector Industrial

Hot stamping

Non-ferrous metals for hot stamping.

Hot stamping, also known as hot forming or hot forging, is a manufacturing process that involves heating sheets of metal until they become highly malleable and then forming them in a press under high pressure. This process is typically performed at temperatures ranging from 900 °C to 1200 °C, depending on the type of metal. It is especially useful for manufacturing structural components in the automotive industry, such as chassis and other elements that require high strength and rigidity. It is also used in the manufacture of tools, heavy machinery and in any application where resistance to deformation under load is crucial. Hot stamping allows parts of high strength and durability to be obtained, while reducing the need for finishing work due to the precision of the forming.

Bronmetal has bronze bars and brass bars as well as other copper alloys available. The choice will depend on the specific requirements of the end product, including desired mechanical properties, conductivity, corrosion resistance and aesthetics.

Products for the industrial sector

Brass bars
Copper bars