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    Columbia Metals is one of the leading non ferrous metals stockholders in the UK. Our range includes high performance copper, nickel and stainless steel alloys for all industries and applications. As...
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    A global provider of engineered-electronics for performance critical applications. We have years of experience and expertise in engineering and delivering electronics for applications in the...
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    Trent is a leading designer and manufacturer of electrically heated equipment for diverse industrial and commercial applications. Among the products in their line are electrical heating elements,...
  • Article - 20 Jul 2001
    In its pure state chromium is a steel-silvery grey with bluish tinge lustre. It is an extremely hard metal that takes a high polish. As a coating it has no capilliary action to oil and water. Its main...
  • Article - 14 Nov 2008
    Hastelloy X is a nickel-based super alloy that possesses excellent resistance to corrosion. Additionally, it delivers strong strength characteristics at elevated temperatures-up to 2200 degrees...
  • Article - 17 May 2005
    Aluminium is the world¡¯s most abundant metal. The versatility of aluminium makes it the most widely used metal after steel. The specifications, properties, classifications and class details are...
  • Article - 17 May 2005
    Copper alloys are some of the most versatile materials. The combination of properties like strength, conductivity, corrosion resistance, machinability and ductility make copper suitable for many...
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    Trojan is the ultimate superior strength precipitation hardening copper nickel silicon alloy. Based on the same alloying system as its sister alloy Colsibro®, Trojan has been specifically developed as...
  • News - 12 Jul 2011
    Hitachi Metals, a manufacturer of materials and components, has developed new metal interconnect materials that have greater strength and oxidation resistance. These materials are designed for...
  • News - 18 Oct 2007
    When engineers design a seal for feedthroughs and other electrical connectors, four general classes of material are evaluated. At the low end, a simple epoxy or glue may suffice. Alternatively, a...