Materials we work with

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Aluminum, 2024, 6061, 7075

Lightweight, corrosion resistant, easy to machine, and a good conductor of heat and electricity.

Steel, 1018, 4130, 4140

Offers good machinability and weldability at an economical cost but lacks corrosion resistance.

SUPERALLOYS

Monel 400, Monel K-500/K500, Waspaloy, L605 (HS 25), Haynes 188, Haynes 230, Haynes 263, HYMU 80/ HY MU 80 

Copper, Brass and Bronze

Excellent conductors of heat and electricity, these metals are soft and very formable.

Nickel, A286, Inconel 718

Nickel can handle many aggressive chemicals and acids, even at high temperatures.

Designed for applications requiring high strength and good corrosion resistance. An advantage of A286 is that it can be precipitation hardened and strengthened by heat treatments.

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Titanium, 6AVL4

Extremely strong while still relatively lightweight. Titanium also maintains good corrosion resistance in marine environments.

INVAR 36,INVAR 24, KOVAR ALLOYS

 Kovar alloy is a vacuum melted, iron-nickel-cobalt, low expansion alloy whose chemical composition is controlled within narrow limits to assure precise uniform thermal expansion properties.

Stainless Steel, 304, 303, 17-4, 15-5, 440

This metal has at least 10% chromium which gives it the corrosion resistance that stainless steel is known for.

CERAMICS

GLASS CERAMIC, ALUMINA, ALUMINA SILICATE, FUSED SILICA FOAM, MAGNESIUM CERAMIC, BORON NITRIDE, ZIRCONIA