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Dead Sea Magnesium is a leading producer of Magnesium from the minerals of the Dead Sea, the lowest area on earth. The production is based on proven technology of electrolytic reduction of Carnallite {MgCI•KCI•6H2O} which is found in exceptionally pure form in vast quantities of Dead Sea concentrated saline water.

ASTM 9980A 23kg

Pure Mg of grade 99.80 is being produced in the form of 23 kg ingots. The metal is mainly designated for the Al alloying industry.

ASTM 9980A 15kg

Pure Mg of grade 99.80 is being produced in the form of 15 kg ingots. The metal is mainly designated for the Al alloying industry.

ASTM 9980A 8kg

Pure Mg of grade 99.80 is being produced in the form of 8 kg ingots. The metal is mainly designated for the Al alloying industry.

DSM high purity 15kg

The low iron Mg of grade 99.95 is an exclusive DSM product which is mainly intended for Zirconium & Titanium reduction. This product is being produced in the form of 15 kg.

DSM high purity 23kg

The low iron Mg of grade 99.95 is an exclusive DSM product which is mainly intended for Zirconium & Titanium reduction. This product is being produced in the form of 23 kg.

DSM high purity 8kg

The low iron Mg of grade 99.95 is an exclusive DSM product which is mainly intended for Zirconium & Titanium reduction. This product is being produced in the form of 8 kg.

ASTM 9980A Maxi T-Bar

T-Bars are produced by Dead Sea Magnesium using advanced, modern and innovative method of direct chill casting. This method produces clean and cavity free continuous slab having a T shaped profile for ease of handling with a forklift truck. MAXI T-Bars are available with a nominal composition of 99.80% Mg (grade 9980A)

ASTM 9980A Mini T-Bar

T-Bars are produced by Dead Sea Magnesium using advanced, modern and innovative method of direct chill casting. This method produces clean and cavity free continuous slab having a T shaped profile for ease of handling with a forklift truck. MINI T-Bars are available with a nominal composition of 99.80% Mg (grade 9980A)

AM50A 8kg

This alloy exhibits a good combination of ductility, energy absorption properties and strength. The alloy generally used for applications that require maximum ductility and energy absorption properties, the typical applications are steering wheels, steering column lock housing etc. This product is being produced in the form of 8 kg ingots.

AM50A 12kg

This alloy exhibits a good combination of ductility, energy absorption properties and strength. The alloy generally used for applications that require maximum ductility and energy absorption properties, the typical applications are steering wheels, steering column lock housing etc. This product is being produced in the form of 12 kg ingots.

AM60B 8kg

This alloy reveals an excellent combination of strength, ductility, energy absorption properties and Castability. The alloy generally considered for applications which require ductile failure modes such as, seat frames, instrumental panels, brackets etc. This product is being produced in the form of 8 kg ingots.

AM60B 12kg

This alloy reveals an excellent combination of strength, ductility, energy absorption properties and Castability. The alloy generally considered for applications which require ductile failure modes such as, seat frames, instrumental panels, brackets etc. This product is being produced in the form of 12 kg ingots.

AZ91D 8kg

The most commonly used magnesium based die casting alloy is AZ91D. It is considered the work horse of the die cast magnesium alloys and supplies the bulk of the current usage. The alloy is commonly used for housings, covers, brackets, chain saw parts, handhold tools and electronic parts. This product is being produced in the form of 8 kg ingots.

AZ91D 12kg

The most commonly used magnesium based die casting alloy is AZ91D. It is considered the work horse of the die cast magnesium alloys and supplies the bulk of the current usage. The alloy is commonly used for housings, covers, brackets, chain saw parts, handhold tools and electronic parts. This product is being produced in the form of 12 kg ingots.

MRI 230D

MRI 230D is a die cast alloy that was developed to address the powertrain applications of the automotive industry such as engine blocks operating at temperatures up to 190°C. The alloy has excellent creep resistance combined with good Castability, high strength and superior corrosion behavior. Automatic transmissions housings, converting stators and bed plates are examples of components that can benefit from the MRI 230D performances.

MRI 153M

MRI 153M is a Beryllium free, low cost creep resistant alloy with the capability of long-term operation at temperatures up to 150°C under high loads. This alloy exhibits die Castability, corrosion resistance and mechanical properties at room temperature similar or better than those of AZ91D alloy. The creep resistance of the alloy is substantially superior to that of commercial alloys, at 130-150°C under stresses of 50-80MPa. This makes the alloy a superior alternative for applications such as oil pans, gearbox housings, valve covers,etc.

MRI 202S

MRI 202S is a high strength, high performance fully heat treatable gravity casting alloy designated for services at temperatures up to 250°C. The alloy is designed for high temperature applications in automotive and aerospace industries such as large engine block, cylinder head cover, helicopter gearbox housings etc.

MRI 201S

MRI 201S is high performance fully heat treatable gravity casting alloy designed for highly stressed components operating at temperatures up to 300°C. The alloy is designed for high temperature applications such as aero engines, helicopter transmissions and other power systems used in racing and luxury cars.

Dehydrated Carnallite

Material Specification: MgCl2 45% - 50% KCl 38% - 43% NaCl 2.5% - 10% MgO 1.5% - 2.5% H2O 3.5% - 4.5% SO4 0.05% max. Br 0.6% max. B 0.0001% - 0.0002% Non soluble residue 0.01% max. Fraction content 10 to 40 mm, max.5%.

Non-dehydrated Carnallite

Material Specification: MgCl2 – 30%-33%. KCl – 23%-26%. NaCl - <6% SO4 - 200±30 ppm. Molecular ratio: 0.97 ÷ 1.03.