High Temperature Metal Alloys
High Nickel Alloys
High nickel alloys tend to be comprised almost entirely of nickel, such as the wrought grades Nickel 200 and 201, each of which is over 99 percent pure. Alloys such as these tend to be resistant to high-temperature halogens and hydrogen halides, as well as non-oxidizing salts. It is for this reason that many high nickel alloys are used in food contact applications.
Nickel in all alloys generally provides improved corrosion and high-temperature resistance. Thus a wide range of nickel alloys are used throughout aerospace, medicine and other fields because of the alloys’ remarkable strength and proportional limits. Here at All Metals & Forge, nickel is just one of the many elements these ISO9001:2000- and AS9100-certified technicians have mastered in their quest to become America’s foremost provider of nickel alloys, superalloys and specialty steels of every stripe.
If you have ever heard from your local mill that an enormous purchase is required to justify a custom chemistry, you are not alone. Major manufacturers often work exclusively with All Metals & Forge, as do an enormous number of machine shops who simply need to get their small-batch custom jobs fulfilled quickly. Here at All Metals & Forge, superior service is what has earned the team its rare reputation as both a top manufacturer and forge shop.
Please look around the site if you want to learn more about the various components of alloys and what they do to each steel’s properties. If you want to get some more specific information, you can always contact the courteous and experienced experts here. Call (973) 276-5000 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and you’ll receive a timely response.
High Temp Alloy Suppliers
Let’s face it: Not all high-temp alloy suppliers are created equal. Some only traffic in standard chemistries, while others forgo whole products such as superalloys and refractory alloys that are known for their extremely high melting points and powerful corrosion resistance. If you want a more complete catalog of the very best metals on the market today, you have come to the right place.
Refractory alloys in particular tend to draw a lot of interest, and with good reason. Specialty steels such as these take other manufacturers considerable prep time and machine conversion. Here, you can get popular alloys such as Densalloy and Zircalloy 4 without a lot of fuss, all treated and forged to close tolerances and delivered on time.
All Metals & Forge boasts certifications in ISO9001:2000 and AS9100–considerable expertise, commensurate with the level of customers served here. The client list ranges from NASA to General Electric, and today many steel shops look here first for their custom orders. Whether you need a standard trademarked alloy or something more eclectic, the experts take pride in melting and forging each piece to match your best vision of that product.
This site also offers a wealth of metallurgic information, so please feel free to avail yourself of these deep and detailed resources. Steel is the number one priority here, and today a growing number of manufacturers come to All Metals & Forge for high temp alloys. Do not hesitate to call (973) 276-5000 or write to email@example.com, and the entire team will do its best to answer your questions fully.
High Temperature Alloys
There are a number of companies on the market that specialize in high temperature alloy production. They carry a wide range of materials and have experience dealing with businesses in industries ranging from aerospace to general metalworking. While many high temperature alloy companies carry a substantial inventory, the majority cannot help you with hard-to-find high temperature alloys, and only a very few can customize orders for you.
All Metals & Forge is a leader in the high temperature alloy industry. They have an extensive collection of pre-made alloys in a variety of shapes including rod, pole, and sheet. You can also search for materials by specification, whether they are government- or company-set. You will find products that are designed for specific industries such as oil and energy or weapons and defense, and you will also find a rage of products that have several different applications.
What truly separates All Metals & Forge from the majority of high temperature alloy distributors is that they can turn starting stock into whatever custom shape you require. Their products are of the highest quality, as evidenced by their ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification. Along with an unmatched product and service line, All Metal & Forge also serves as one of the premiere sources for industry and metallurgical information, as well.
Some of the largest companies from around the world have benefited from the services and high temperature alloy products that All Metals & Forge provides. To learn more about specific products or customizing options, contact (973) 276-5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you simply want to learn more about the specs and functions of specific alloys, you can explore their online materials.
Hot forging is generally performed with high-temperature alloy tools, and the practice prevents strain hardening in materials. When hot forging is used in the plastic deformation of metal, it is done at a high enough temperature and strain rate that cause the material to re-crystallize as the deformation occurs.
The major benefit of hot forging is that it allows metals, metal alloys, and a range of other materials to be shaped into almost any design. The use of hot forging is what distinguishes certain distributors from the norm. When hot forging is used, a company will have the ability to create custom designs for their clients, and they will offer a level of versatility that simply is not available from most manufacturers in today’s market.
All Metals & Forge offers hot forging and a variety of other services that have made them virtually unparalleled in the business. They feature a comprehensive collection of alloy steels, aluminum alloys, tool steels, carbon steels, nickel products, titanium materials, and much more. All of their products can be found in a wide range of shapes including cylinder sleeves, flat bars, disc hubs, and rings. However, if you do not find pre-made materials that fit your needs, they can create a piece that does. You can trust their products to be top-quality, as a result of their ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification.
You can call (973) 276-5000 or email email@example.com to learn more about the practice of hot forging and the options it provides you with. You can also find some of the most in-depth metallurgical resources in the industry available from All Metals & Forge. They provide information on everything from specific practices and alloys to recent industry news.
Hot Upset Forging
Hot upset forging is generally used to enlarge or shape a cross-sectional portion of a bar or tube. During the process, pressure is applied to the end of heated forging stock in a manner that spreads, or upsets, the end through the displacement of metal. Increasing the cross-sectional area of a portion of stock through hot upset forging can allow for custom shaping in accordance with particular specifications.
All Metals & Forge provides hot upset forging, hot forging, and a variety of other services in order to meet all of their clients’ specific needs. Unlike most high temperature alloy and metals companies on the market, All Metals & Forge offers options beyond their inventory. While their catalog is stocked with both popular and hard-to-find alloys, they can create a custom design for you if you do not find exactly what you are looking for.
The twin aspects of All Metals & Forge–their forging company and steel service center–have allowed them to work with international leaders in the aerospace, petrochemical, aircraft engine, and defense industries. They have also been able to supply metal and machine shops of all sizes with the materials they need. They have ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification, and have also been certified by ASTM, ASME, DIN, JUS, and all of the major boards in the industry.
In order to learn more about the benefits of hot upset forging, call (973) 276-5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are simply interested in learning more about the industry or metallurgy in general, you will find that All Metals & Forge can serve as wellspring of information.