AMG Aluminum is a customer-focused, technology-driven organization dedicated to innovation, quality, technical expertise, and rapid response to customer needs.

For more than 80 years, AMG Aluminum has earned a trusted reputation for reliable delivery of consistently dependable aluminum grain refiners and master alloys anywhere in the world. Headquartered in Wayne, PA, AMG Aluminum, a business unit of AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group N.V., is the combination of AMG Aluminum North America, LLC, AMG Aluminum UK Limited, AMG Aluminum Brasil (aluminum activities of LSM Brasil S.A.), AMG Aluminum Mexico, S.A. de C.V., and AMG Aluminum China Limited.

With over 350 employees and five ISO 9001 manufacturing plants in the United States, Brazil, England, and China, AMG Aluminum is a world-leading provider of grain refiners and master alloys for the aluminum industry. AMG Aluminum offers a wide range of products including grain refiners, master alloys, compacted additives (ALTAB™), chemicals and fluxes and rod feeders.

What We Do

The success of the aluminum industry is dependent on alloys that, for example, reduce automobile weight, promote forming for various products such as aluminum beverage cans, and increase the performance of electric transmission cables. AMG Aluminum’s development of grain refiners and master alloys has helped to facilitate these innovations.

From the earth’s crust to a red slurry and then white powder to a shiny piece of commercially pure metal, aluminum’s journey finds its way into our daily lives, from the car we drive to the electricity that enters our homes and businesses. From beverage cans to sports and leisure equipment to aircraft and electronic equipment, the life-cycle restarts with the recycling back to the shiny metal.

AMG Aluminum’s products are used in several stages of the life cycle of aluminum. We provide grain refiners and master alloys used during melting and casting of aluminum and its alloys.

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Use of Aluminium

Aluminium has been used commercially for over 120 years and has established its use in many industries due to its diverse range of physical, chemical and mechanical properties such as:

  • Low density- Aluminium is only one-third the weight of steel
  • Aluminium is highly resistant to most forms of corrosion
  • It is a superb conductor of electricity
  • Aluminium is non-magnetic and non-combustible
  • Aluminium is non-toxic and impervious
  • Aluminium is strong and ductile, and it is easy recycled
  • It is also has high reflectivity, heat barrier and heat conduction properties

Aluminium and its alloys make it an ideal material of choice for a wide range of applications in transport, building and construction, packaging and general engineering. Aluminium alloys are available in the wrought from, as rolled products, extrusions and forgings, as well as being cast by all of the congenital technologies such as pressure die casting, permanent mould and chill casting, sand casting and investment casting.