A master alloy is a base metal such as aluminium, copper or nickel combined with a relatively high percentage of one or two other elements. An example is AlTi10 – a binary alloy consisting of 10% titanium in aluminium. A master alloy is a semi-finished product. It is manufactured for use as a raw material by the metals industry. Master alloys are produced in various shapes.A wide variety of high-quality master alloys are used as alloying elements to improve selective mechanical properties of our customer’s final alloy products. The unique combination of physical and mechanical properties of many of our master alloys provide a dynamic range of metallurgical alternatives to meet specific performance requirements.