Non-fiber metals are non-metal substances used in the production of electrical components, such as cell phones, computers, televisions, and batteries.
These materials include metals such as zinc, aluminum, nickel, copper, and lead, as well as compounds and solvents used in manufacturing.
Non-ferric metals, also known as non-metals, are generally used in a variety of products, such wood, plastics, ceramics, paints, plastics and rubber, and have a wide range of applications.
Non fibrous metal is a subset of non-fluorine metals, such the cobalt, silver, gold, and platinum, which have been used in some types of electrical devices.
Non ferrous metals are used in electrical systems and in many other areas.
Some non-fabricated materials are also non-composite, such in the building materials and plastics used in industrial and automotive products.
There are currently a large number of nonferrous minerals and nonferric materials, including gold, silver and rare earth metals.