Nitralloys are a group of metals that were specifically designed for a hardening process called “nitriding.” The Nitralloy process creates a high surface hardness and a strong resistance to corrosion, without the risk of distortion that other hardening processes can create. All Metals & Forge carries two types of Nitralloy: Nitralloy 135 and Nitralloy 135m.
Nitralloy is used quite a bit in the metalworking and aerospace industries. It is a special grade alloy that is available in several different forms from All Metals & Forge, including rings, shafts, and discs. As a leading supplier of hard-to-find metals for metalworking and aerospace companies in both foreign and domestic markets, All Metals & Forge regularly fills special orders for metals such as Nitralloy 135 and 135m.
In addition to their huge inventory of specialty steels, alloys, and hard-to-find metals, All Metals & Forge can also acquire products that are not currently listed on their website. The AM&F Solutions Team is always happy to fill special orders, whether that means locating rare metals or custom designing special alloys. They can even create custom forged shapes above and beyond what is listed in the product portion of the website.
With both ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification, All Metals & Forge’s clients know they can depend on AM&F for the highest quality products and services. AM&F also provides a comprehensive Information Resources section on their website, where visitors have access to a wide spectrum of metallurgical data. To learn more about the superior products and services offered by All Metals & Forge, please call (973) 276-5000, or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nitralloy 135 is one of the many specialty steels available from All Metals & Forge. As with all of their products, Nitralloy 135 is available in different shapes and sizes, depending on each client’s particular needs. As a leading supplier of hard-to-find metals to hundreds of companies in the aerospace, oil, chemical, defense, and metalworking industries–among many others–All Metals & Forge has a sales team that is always willing to go above and beyond the call of duty.
The AM&F Solutions Team is not your ordinary sales team. Rather than engaging in the kind of outdated buyer/seller sales tactics that can result in adversarial relationships with clients, the AM&F Solutions Team works with clients to form successful partnerships. In addition to helping meet a company’s material needs, the AM&F Solutions Team also offers help with other key issues such as inventory management and custom designed alloys for special applications.
Nitralloy 135 belongs to a family of metals that was designed expressly for use with a hardening process called “nitriding.” Nitriding is the process by which a metal is heated in ammonia gas at between 935 and 1000 degrees Fahrenheit. This causes a formation of nitride on the surface of the metal, which greatly increases its hardness and resistance to corrosion.
With both ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification, All Metals & Forge is proud to uphold the very highest standards of quality in their products and services. Client can order Nitralloy 135 in pre-cut shapes from the steel service center of in custom designs from the forging company. To learn more about the superior products and services offered by All Metals & Forge, please call (973) 276-5000, or send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
There are countless suppliers of specialty steel who cater to businesses in the aerospace, defense, oil, chemical, aircraft, and metalworking industries. In order for a supplier to assume a leadership role in the marketplace, they must be able to acquire some of the more hard-to-find specialty steel products. It also doesn’t hurt to provide both a steel service center and a custom forging company. All Metals & Forge meets all these criteria and more, which is why it is a leading supplier of specialty steels to companies all over the world.
Nitralloy 135m is one of the special grade metals offered by All Metals & Forge. It belongs to a class of metals that were specifically designed for the nitriding process. Nitriding a metal like Nitralloy 135m gives it a greater surface hardness and a better resistance to corrosion. Its applications include parts like shafts, pumps, and fasteners in seawater; as well as equipment for processing chemicals, food, and dairy products.
All Metals & Forge upholds the highest possible standards of quality in both their products and services–and they’ve got the ISO9001:2000 and AS9100 certification to prove it! In addition to supplying pre-cut and custom forged shapes of metals like Nitralloy 135m, All Metals & Forge also provides a wealth of metallurgical information for their clients. In fact, this information is available to everyone–including the general public–on AM&F’s website.
The Information Resources section on All Metals & Forge’s website includes all types of free metallurgical resources such as a SteelLog Dictionary, a Ferrous/Non-Ferrous Materials Overview, AlloyInfo Reports, and much more. There is even a bi-monthly newsletter published by All Metals & Forge that provides the latest industry news. To learn more about the superior products and services offered by All Metals & Forge, please call (973) 276-5000, or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.