Our products are used across various industries
Nonferrous metals such as titanium, tungsten, nickel, tantalum and molybdenum, due to their properties, are broadly used across many industries. They are popular because of their strength, corrosion resistance or stability and durability in extreme temperatures. Our combination of industry-specific knowledge, flexibility and inventory management have allowed us to establish long and fruitful partnerships with companies from a wide spectrum of industries. We supply our products to customers from the aviation, chemical/petrochemical, military, energy production as well as medical, shipbuilding, automotive and many, many others industries.
All our products meet many industry-specific norms and standards. We are ISO 9001:2015 and AS 9120B certified!
Titanium and its alloys are commonly used in aviation industry, mainly due to superb tensile strength, low density, ability to withstand high temperatures and high corrosion resistance.
Materials used in chemical industry are required to have a high corrosion resistance and ability to operate in extreme heat. Alloys of nickel, titanium and molybdenum are very popular in chemical industry, because of their mechanical properties.
Due to high diversity, military industry finds application for nearly any kind of alloy and metal. The most popular alloys are the ones including Ni, Ti, Fe, Co, Al, Mo, W, Mg.
Nickel based alloys are the most popular within power generating industry, mainly thanks to its high temperature resistance. Nickel and nickel alloys find applications in gas turbines, reaction vessels, heat exchangers, and many others…
All materials used in shipbuilding industry as well as off-shore drilling are exposed to highly corrosive environments and are required to have a high resistance. This is met by elements made out of cupronickel alloy.
Titanium finds its place in jewelry industry because of corrosion resistance and relatively good resistance to deformation. At first sight, titanium resembles platinum, yet provides more hardness and ductility.
Nonferrous metals are very popular in electric and electronic industries, namely: tantalum (elements of capacitors), nickel (nickel-cadium batteries) or tungsten.
A fantastic relative strength, great corrosion resistance and low Young modulus index makes titanium alloys a very popular material in sport industry.