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High-Quality Refractory and Exotic Alloys

"Alloys International, Inc., a supplier of specialty metals, is continuing to meet industry demands with an extensive inventory of refractory and exotic alloys that can withstand significant levels of heat and resistance," said a company spokesperson.

The spokesperson continued, "Alloys International assists businesses in finding the advanced refractory metals they need for high-heat applications. The company also specializes in difficult specs, rare grades and custom conversion of materials-all of which can be integral to solving metal supply challenges in the nuclear, defense, aerospace, petrochemical, medical and power generation industries."

"When working with the Alloys International team, clients get access to professional metallurgists and engineers who can provide one-on-one assistance in identifying metal needs and sourcing appropriate materials," added the spokesperson. "This extends to the sourcing of refractory alloys and exotic metal." These include:

  • Tungsten
  • Tungsten rhenium
  • Thoriated tungsten
  • Copper infused tungsten
  • Tungsten heavy alloy
  • Tantalum
  • Niobium
  • Molybdenum
  • Tzm molybdenum
  • Molybdenum rhenium
  • Molybdenum copper
  • Zirconium
  • Hafnium
  • Precious metals.

Because of their high melting point, these metals are suited for high-heat applications and for use in corrosive atmospheres. Specific uses include lighting, filaments, tools and nuclear reactor control rods, as well as for use as catalysts or radiation shields.

Alloys International's exotic and refractory metals are available for quick delivery and can be optimized with custom design tubes and shapes as needed. Additional services include re-rolling, sawing, shearing, slitting, grinding, trepanning, gun drilling, forging, heat treating, chemical milling, masking, ultrasonic testing, plasma and EDM cutting, laser and waterjet cutting.

For more information contact:

Alloys International, Inc.

150 Remington Blvd.

Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

800-900-9209 / 631-342-0043

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