Metals and Factory

Asala Al Muhafidha Trading

    • We are currently implementing plans to construct two manufacturing plants, a steel factory and a gold refinery. The first plant we will briefly discuss will be a Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) manufacturing plant. This manufacturing plant shall see the production of thermoplastic polymer resin.
    • It is commonly used in fibers for clothing, containers for liquids and foods, thermoforming for manufacturing, and in combination with glass fiber for engineering resins. We will operate a manufacturing plant in the northern part of Oman, in the industrial city of Sohar. The Plant will produce 600 MT per day. The expected cost will be in the region of €210,000,000.


    We, AL Asala Metal products have the proven expertise to make your product from initial design through to prototyping to full production.
    State-of-the-art equipment and software enables flexible manufacturing at the lowest cost consistent with good quality.


    Our flexibility in design and experience in CNC manufacturing meet the needs of almost every industry. CNC processes reduce tooling and lead time. This ensures quick, cost effective production
    Base metals are used in jewelry and industry. Here is the explanation of what a base metal is, along with several examples.




We have created business models that we help us with the effective establishment and running of this plant as the flow chart indicates.

  • The second plant that we will briefly discuss is the non-woven plant will see the manufacture of various polymers that will be ideal for a vast number of uses that include flexible packaging, agriculture, infrastructure and automobiles. This will cost in the region of €40,000,000. We are currently in the process of recruiting the necessary expertise for the projects that we plan to establish. The attached flow chart shows that in intricate network of staff that will be needed in order for the business to run at its most efficient.
  • The steel factory will cost in the region of €200,000,000 with an aim to produce 900,000 tons of steel each year. We have built relationships iron ore miners as iron ore production is used to make iron in the form of steel. We will also be recycling steel for industrial use. Recycling of steel scrap plays an important role in the conservation of energy, because steel produced from melted scrap requires less energy than the production of steel from iron ore. Additionally, the recycling of steel scrap reduces the burden on landfill disposal facilities, and prevents the accumulation of abandoned steel products. The flow attached flow chart below shows how we will structure the company.
  • Base Metal Definition
    A base metal is any metal other than the noble metals or precious metals (gold, silver, platinum, etc.). Base metals typically tarnish or corrode readily. Such a metal will react with dilute hydrochloric acid to produce hydrogen gas. (Note: although copper does not react as easily with hydrochloric acid, it is still considered a base metal.) The base metals are "common" in that they are readily available and typically inexpensive.
  • Although coins may be made from base metals, they typically are not the basis for currency.
    A second definition of a base metal is the principal metallic element in an alloy. For example, the base metal of bronze is copper.
  • A third definition of a base metal is the metal core underlying a coating. For example, the base metal of galvanized steel is steel, which is coated with zinc. Sometimes sterling silver is coated with gold, platinum, or rhodium. While silver is considered a precious metal, it is less "precious" than the other metal also serves as the base for the plating process.

    Base Metal Examples

Metals in Jewelry Making
Metals play a critical role in the creation of contemporary jewelry by affecting appearance, durability and cost. With such a dramatic impact, it's important that anyone interested in wearing or purchasing jewelry develop a basic understanding of the metallurgy as it relates to jewelry. In an effort to give you a sound foundation, let's review the basics of metals in jewelry making that include a brief history of metals in jewelry making, a review of the types of metals used in today's jewelry and conclude with a glossary to familiarize you with terms that you may encounter during your search for the perfect ring, bracelet, necklace or other item.

Common Metals in Jewelry Making
Today jewelry is created using a wide range of material, however the number of metals that can be used is limited; there are only 86 known metals and of those, relatively few are commonly used in contemporary jewelry. However, the majority of jewelry crafted today tends to use only a handful of metals. Here, we'll look at the metals that are the most popular.

Heavy Metal examples

Common examples of base metals are copper, lead, tin, aluminum, nickel, and zinc. Alloys of these elemental metals are also base metals, such as brass and bronze
Customs and Border Protection also includes metals such as iron, steel, aluminum, molybdenum, tungsten, and several other transition metals to be base metals.

Heavy Metal Definition: A heavy metal is a toxic metal. There is no standard definition assigning metals as heavy metals. Some lighter metals and metalloids are toxic and thus are termed heavy metals, which some heavy metals, such as gold, typically are not toxic. Most heavy metals have a high atomic number, atomic weight and a specific gravity greater than 5.0 Heavy metals include some metalloids, transition metals, basic metals, lanthanides and actinides.
Examples: Examples of heavy metals include lead, mercury, cadmium, sometimes chromium. Less commonly, metals including iron, copper, zinc, aluminum, beryllium, cobalt, manganese and arsenic may be considered heavy metals.