Zinc Alloy Cam Lock

A Zinc Alloy Cam Lock is a type of fastening mechanism primarily made from a zinc alloy material. This material is chosen for its low melting point, good liquidity, and ease of processing, making it efficient for production and resulting in high-quality, aesthetically pleasing, and corrosion-resistant locks. The cam lock consists of two main components: a cylindrical body and a rotating arm known as the "cam." Its primary function is to securely connect two surfaces or components when engaged and to release them as required. While zinc alloy cam locks may be more costly to produce compared to those made from materials like tin, and the manufacturing process can generate more waste, their durability, appearance, and resistance to corrosion make them a popular choice.


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