Inventory of Metals & Alloys used for Forgings
All Metals & Forge Group forges a wide range of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys in 8 metal families, including alloy steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, tool steel, aluminum, copper, nickel and titanium. This includes many hard-to-find alloys, special alloy steel grades such as HP9-4-20®, HP9-4-30®, D6AC, HY80, F-91, 17-22 A, 17-22 AS or 17-22 AV, the martensitic, austinetic, pH and duplex grades of stainless steel, and the nickel, cobalt and special alloys such as the Inconels, Incoloys, Nimonics and Nitronics. For a complete list of alloys that can be open die forged or made into seamless rolled rings, please see our Forging Capabilities Chart.
Forgings can be produced to specifications for metal alloys including AISI, ASTM, AMS, API, SAE, ASME, AWS, JIS and GB in many custom forged shapes and heat treated conditions to achieve critical physical properties, such as tensile, yield, elongation and reduction of area for the desired end use as specified by the purchaser. Producing forgings to recognized material standards is a quality benchmark of All Metals & Forge Group, an ISO9001-2008:AS 9100:2009 Rev C manufacturer.
These represent a range of engineering alloys capable of being heat treated to a very wide range of mechanical properties.View More //
Carbon steel is available in grades from C1006 up to C1095, with the carbon increasing from 0.06% to 0.95%.View More //
We maintain a full inventory of tool steels including seamless rolled rings, discs & hubs, blocks, shafts, flanges and other forged shapes.View More //
Any of the over 200 grades of stainless steel in their inventory can be custom forged to fit each client’s specific needs.View More //
These are primarily used in extremely high temperature and corrosive environments, such as jet engines, power generation applications, chemical plants, and oil rigs.View More //
Aluminum is the most widely used metal in industry due to its light weight, malleability and excellent corrosion resistance.View More //
In recent years, there has been a significant rise in the demand for titanium and titanium alloys, primarily used in aircraft and aerospace applications.View More //
Copper alloys are widely used in industrial applications due to its heat and electrical conductivity, malleablity and ductility, machinability and wear resistance.View More //