Precision Components Made From Specialty Alloys

We work with a number of different specialty alloys. Following is a list of some of the more common specialty alloys we machine, but we can work with most any material. If it can be machined, we can machine it!

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Examples of Specialty Alloys for Precision Components

Kovar

kovar alloy for precision parts

Designed specifically for glass-to-metal applications, Kovar is a nickel-cobalt alloy. It expands with heat at the same rate as glass and chemically bonds with it. Used in hermetic seals, diodes, microwave tubes, etc.

ARCAP

ARCAP alloy for precision parts

A copper-nickel-zinc alloy used for its high corrosion resistance and resistance to hard water scaling.

Nitralloy

nitralloy for precision parts

A family of steel alloys made specifically to undergo the nitriding hardness process without getting distorted. These alloys are strong, hard, and corrosion-resistant.

Inconel

iconel alloy for precision parts

A family of nickel-chromium used in extremely challenging environments. Inconel is resistant to heat, pressure, corrosion, and oxidation. It is most often found in aerospace and automotive applications.