Frequently Asked Questions
The term non-ferrous applies to a metal or alloy in which the major constituent is an element other than iron. Thus, the definition non-ferrous excludes irons and steels. Examples of non-ferrous systems include copper alloys, nickel alloys, aluminium alloys, titanium alloys, magnesium alloys and refractory metals.
Welding strategies specific to the most common non-ferrous alloy groups are described in Welding non ferrous metals and alloys.