Engineering materials made of speciality metals and their alloys together with their composites are so important that we need them in every industry which are serving to us to make our lives better and sustaineble.
Industries such as semiconductor, energy, areospace, defence, consumer electronics and material developments are continously using those parts made of such high performance materials.
- Mechanical Design
- Single part or volume production
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Tungsten is a very dense, hard, temperature/corrosion-resistant metal. It is expensive so finds niche rather than large scale structural applications.
Some example uses are rocket nozzles, nuclear and medical radiation shielding for x-ray and radiation therapy shields and industrial applications, aircraft and helicopter rotor balance weights, instrument balance weights, weights for sport equipment, tool damping cutter bars, and high voltage contacts.
· Chemical Industry
· Medical Field
Pressed and sintered (recrystallised) molybdenum has high machinability and is similar to medium hard cast iron. The machinability of wrought molybdenum is comparable to stainless steel and can be worked with conventional machine shop equipment.
However, unlike when machining cold rolled steel or medium hard cast iron, dull cutting tools cause the edges of molybdenum material to break out during machining. Its also very abrasive and reduces tool life through increased wear.
· Electrical and Electronic devices and manufacturing
· Medical equipment
· High temperature processing
· Thermal Spray Coating
Tantalum is a rare metal that is new to the jewelry world. It is mostly found in Australia and South America. It is estimated that the current resources of tantalum will be exhausted within the next 50 years. Because of its low failure rate, tantalum is frequently used in capacitors in smartphones and computers.
· Cutting tools
· Lenses for spectacles
· Chemical process
· Sputtering targets
· High temperature furnace parts
· Computer hard drive discs
Niobium is used in alloys including stainless steel. It improves the strength of the alloys, particularly at low temperatures. Alloys containing niobium are used in jet engines and rockets, beams and girders for buildings and oil rigs, and oil and gas pipelines.
It is used in superconducting magnets for particle accelerators, MRI scanners and NMR equipment.Niobium oxide compounds are added to glass to increase the refractive index, which allows corrective glasses to be made with thinner lenses.
· Energy Industry
· Electronics Industry
· Chemical Industry
· Optical Industry
· Lighting Industry
Titanium alloys are highly praised for their use in aerospace, high-temperature and biomedical applications. Titanium is difficult to machine or weld, but has significant advantages over traditional metals.
· General industry
· Automobiles and motorcycles
· Daily necessities
Nickel is a metallic element with a silvery-white, shiny appearance. It is the fifth-most common element on earth and occurs extensively in the earth’s crust and core. Nickel, along with iron, is also a common element in meteorites. Nickel occurs naturally in soil and water. It is also an essential nutrient for plants.
· Construction Industry
· Electronics Industry
· Aerospace Industry
· Automotive Industry
Zirconium is to be found in ceramics, foundry equipment, glass, chemicals, and metal alloys. Zircon sand is used for heat-resistant linings for furnaces, for giant ladles for molten metal, and to make foundry moulds.
· Chemical Process
· Oil & Gas
· Sea Water
· Water Desalination
· LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas)
· Nuclear Power
Stainless steel is an alloy of iron that is resistant to rusting and corrosion. It contains at least 11% chromium and may contain elements such as carbon and other nonmetals to obtain other desired properties.
Stainless steel’s resistance to corrosion results from the chromium, which forms a passive film that can protect the material and self-heal in the presence of oxygen.
· Vacuum chambers
· Automotive and aerospace applications
· Temporary crowns (dentistry)
· Surgical implants
· Rail cars
Aluminium is a silvery-white metal, the 13 element in the periodic table. One surprising fact about aluminium is that it’s the most widespread metal on Earth, making up more than 8% of the Earth’s core mass. It’s also the third most common chemical element on our planet after oxygen and silicon.
· Mechinary Industry
· Building and Architecture
· Lithographic printing plates
· Electrical shielding
- Plasma Deposition and Plasma Etch (PECVD, RIE)
- MOCVD – Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition
- MBE – Molecular Beam Epitaxy
- CVD – Chemical Vapor Deposition
- ALD – Atomic Layer Deposition
- HVPE – Hydride Vapor Phase Epitaxy
- Kyropulos and Czochralski Pullers
- PVD – Physical Vapor Deposition
- Thermal Evaporators
- E-Beam Evaporators
- Tube and Box Furnatures
- Rapid Thermal Annealing (RTP) Furnaces
- Vacuum Chambers
- Vacuum Elements
- Facility and Pipelines
- Tube Connectors