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  • Supplier Profile
    KBM Affilips group KBM Affilips is your hassle free global partner of choice for the supply of master alloys. The fully integrated group consists of two production companies, KBM Master Alloys B.V....
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    SOCOMORE has been creating, manufacturing and commercializing expert solutions for preparation, protection, treatment or control of metallic or composite materials. SOCOMORE offers a complete range...
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    Belmont Metals Inc. - Non Ferrous Specialists since 1896 - is a manufacturer of standard & custom non ferrous metals and  alloys for casting, plating, brazing, soldering, chemicals, and other...
  • Article - 12 Apr 2001
    This article outlines the effects on steel of the addition of elements including chromium, nickel, vanadium, molybdenum, tungsten, boron, cobalt, titanium, aluminium, manganese, and silicon.
  • Article - 12 Sep 2002
    The discover, occurence and production of yttrium are outlined. Key properties are covered and applications of the pure metal and important ytrrium-containing compounds are described. A detialed...
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    The Stutz Company is a leading manufacturer and supplier of Metal Finishing / Metal works / Electroplating industry and Peerless Brand Buffing Compounds. All of the following compounds are...
  • Article - 13 Mar 2013
    KBM Affilips manufactures a variety of master alloys in many different physical forms, including nickel based master alloys.
  • News - 23 Jan 2019
    Practical Tools Inc., a specialized supplier of tools, equipment and supplies to the medical manufacturing and electronics assembly industries, announces that it will welcome RBP Chemical Technology...
  • News - 25 Jul 2012
    Felman Production, a producer of high-quality ferrosilicomanganese used in the manufacturing of steel, announced that its Ferroalloys manufacturing plant in New Haven, West Virginia has completed 60...
  • Article - 20 Jul 2016
    Manganese is similar to iron in its chemical and physical properties, but it is harder and more brittle. Manganese is possibly the most flexible element that can be added to copper alloys.