Article - 26 Feb 2013
Grade 303 Se stainless steel is a modified version of the basic grade 303, where selenium is substituted for sulfur to enable machining. Grade 303 Se offers excellent machinability, good strength, and...
Article - 9 Nov 2012
Super alloys have good creep and oxidation resistance, and can function at very high temperatures and severe mechanical stress. Their strength can be increased by solid-solution hardening,...
Article - 30 Aug 2012
Stainless Steel 304 is regarded the world over as one of the most suitable materials for the manufacture of medical devices for all sorts of applications.
Article - 6 Sep 2010
This article discusses using laser diffraction for the particle size analysis of drilling fluids.
Article - 26 Nov 2008
An excellent choice for all but the most severe refractory applications, Solid Boron Nitride Grade A is a high performance material possessing a glassy B2O3 binder that creates a hard and dense yet...
Article - 13 Aug 2002
Titanium is probably best known for its application in aircraft components. This article covers many titanium alloys and there usage in the aerospace industry.
Article - 12 Feb 2016
Demand continues to increase for aluminium in several sectors, including the automotive sector where reduced weight is significant for emission control.
Article - 25 Aug 2015
A vital facet of oil condition monitoring for fluid power applications is contamination control. For this purpose, clean oil cleanliness levels, particularly for larger particles, need to be reliably...
Article - 6 Jun 2013
Tungsten is a hard, rare metal having a lustrous and silvery white appearance. It is resistant to oxidation and attack by acids and alkalis. It is a bulky metal and has the highest melting point among...
Article - 12 Sep 2012
Stainless steels are known as high-alloy steels. These steels are available in four groups that include martensitic, austenitic, ferritic and precipitation-hardened steels. These groups are formed...