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Keith Hottle, director of quality and metallurgy for Sandvik Materials Technology has once again been presented with an award by ASTM International’s nonferrous and alloys committee, the Gary M. Kralik Distinguished Service Award.
Meet the core of Sandvik’s nuclear division–our team. In our new Nuclear Core series, we’ll introduce the faces behind this team and hear their insights on the nuclear industry: Jerry Dougherty.
Sanicro® 35 is a new super-austenitic stainless steel alloy that bridges the property gaps between stainless steels and costly nickel alloys. But it’s bridging more than just material property gaps; it’s also a bridge to new opportunities.
Thanks to the use of a more energy-efficient lime in our steel mill in Sandviken, Sandvik has achieved an indirect reduction of 5,800 tonnes CO 2 emissions per year.
At Sandvik, ultra-fine wire - thinner than a human hair - is manufactured. This is used in medical technology components that both save and improve people's lives - and contribute to more efficient healthcare.
Over the last 15-20 years, a new design for a smaller-scale option for nuclear energy has been in the works. Small modular reactors (SMRs) are defined as reactors using module factory fabrication, pursuing economies of series production and short construction times.
Sandvik was one of the sponsors in Impact Coatings’ participation in the 24-Hour Hydrogen Challenge on September 28-29.
Sandvik Materials Technology announces plans to expand its operations of precision medical wire and wire-based components to Tucson, Arizona, US.
Sanicro ® 35 is the latest grade addition to our growing portfolio of nickel alloys and austenitic stainless steels. This super-austenitic grade is unique because it bridges the performance gaps between stainless steels and higher cost nickel alloys.
Recycling products from our production is of great importance and in line with Sandvik's sustainability goals. One of these initiatives is the handling and recycling of slag from steelmaking, which has resulted in a 100% possible reuse of the electric arc furnace slag used in the manufacture
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