Why Zinc-Alloy Badges Don’t Rust?

First, what is a zinc-alloy?  A zinc alloy is an alloy created by combining zinc with other substances. Silver and zinc alloy have the same color. It has strong plasticity, which makes it a common item nowadays. Products created with it can frequently be used for a long time and receive favorable reviews from customers since they do not rust or wear. One of the relatively high-quality raw materials used in the production of badges is zinc alloy, which is typically used to create medals and badges with good preservation values. 

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So why do zinc alloy badges not really rust? 

 

One of the relatively high-quality raw materials used in the production of badges is zinc alloy, which is typically used to create medals and badges with good preservation values. Zinc alloy has a built-in defense mechanism that keeps it from rusting. Many zinc alloy products will now have a metal layer on them. Die-casting is used to create zinc alloy badges, which have accurate workmanship, sharp edges and corners, easily visible picture characters, and higher. It has better wear resistance than tin alloy and good wear resistance.

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