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14 čvn 2021 , Press release

Sandvik and Jiuli Hi-Tech Metals have joined forces to manufacture Sanicro® 25 for high efficiency low emission coal-fired power generation

14 čvn 2021 , Feature

Because no two wells are the same, it’s important to select materials that are fit for their intended purpose. Read on to learn how our experts help you select materials with the correct chemical composition to meet your needs.

7 čvn 2021 , Feature

Meet the core of Sandvik’s nuclear division–our team. In our Nuclear Core series, we’ll introduce the faces behind this team and hear their insights on the nuclear industry: Brian Irving.

2 čvn 2021 , Press release

Sandvik Materials Technology, a business area of Sandvik, a developer and producer of advanced stainless steels, special alloys, titanium, and other high-performance materials, has celebrated a double anniversary by holding an American chestnut tree planting ceremony at its facilities in Pennsylvania.

17 kvě 2021 , Feature

After months of preparations, our new Production Supervisor, Annie Witte, and her team are up and running Sandvik Materials Technology's medical wire second manufacturing location in Tucson, Arizona. It's close to the airport and easy for customers to visit.

10 kvě 2021 , Feature

An exciting journey is taking place at Sandvik Materials Technology toward a planned listing.

10 kvě 2021 , Feature

We ask some key questions to ensure you get the most from your H&I tubing.

3 kvě 2021 , Feature

We’re delighted and extremely proud that, despite the challenges and changes that have been faced due to the pandemic, the transition to Chomutov has carried on according to plan.

28 dub 2021 , Press release

Sandvik has won a contract to supply seamless coiled tubing made from its SAF 2507® super duplex stainless steel to a geothermal plant in Central America.

28 dub 2021 , Feature

This year in April, it is exactly one hundred years since stainless steel was manufactured for the first time at Sandvik. After the first melting in April 1921, Sandvik started regular tube production, followed by wire and strip. The volumes were low in the beginning but subsequently increased steadily.

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