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    Valvole Hofmann specializes mainly in making GG25 grey cast iron, GGG40.3 nodular cast iron, and AISI 316 stainless steel valves. On-off or modulating valves can control temperature, flow rates, and...
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    Perlwitz Armaturen GmbH supplies various valves. There are several different materials possible: for example valves in cast iron, nodular iron, cast steel, brass, bronze, stainless steel and alloy...
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    Pillar and ABP have been building industrial furnaces in many countries since 1919. Many years of experience, thorough research and development form the basis for a range of products meeting both the...
  • Article - 17 Mar 2004
    This article looks at the magnesium industry, in particular the effects of cheaply produced metal coming out of China. Applications of magnesium are also covered.
  • News - 27 Jun 2003
    US-based Intermet have entered into an agreement for them to assume 100% ownership of their 50:50 joint venture Fundicao Nodular S.A, in Portugal, also known as PortCast Foundry. Intermet...
  • Article - 5 Feb 2016
    Many years ago, ferrous materials were rare, and were found only as debris of meteorites. Iron and its alloys were used only for accessories, such as cultural items or jewelry.
  • News - 28 Jun 2010
    Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation, Cutting Tool Division today announced its new CA4505 and CA4515 CVD coated carbide grades of indexable cutting tool inserts for machining gray and nodular...
  • Article - 29 Jun 2012
    The Unified Numbering System (UNS) for Metals and Alloys is established to correlate several internationally used alloy and metal numbering systems, which are now commonly used by trade associations,...
  • Article - 13 Mar 2013
    KBM Affilips manufactures a suite of master alloys in many different physical forms, including aluminum-based master alloys, zinc-based master alloys, lead-based master alloys, nickel-based master...
  • Article - 30 Apr 2010
    For the micro- and nanoscopic analysis of the structure and precipitations, scientists typically use both light and electron microscopes. The Carl Zeiss "Shuttle & Find" interface provides seamless...