Here you can access material datasheets for our wide range of alloys and materials. Contact us if you need more information about our materials.
A high-temperature thermoset epoxy bondcoat.
Isomid is a Thermal Class 200, THEIC modified, polyesterimide wire enamel that meets the requirements of NEMA MW1000, MW30 or MW74 when applied as a basecoat, MW76 (when applied with a Nylon topcoat), and MW35 or MW73 (when applied with an Aminide topcoat). Topcoat applications serve the purpose of reducing coefficient of friction during winding/insertion.
Sandvik 21-6-9 is an austenitic grade with a high level of Mn, a low level of Ni and the addition of N. The grade is characterized by:
Standard:UNS S31803, S32205 | EN number 1.4462
APM 2377 is a powder metallurgical duplex (austenitic-ferritic) stainless steel manufactured by Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP). It is characterized by high strength and good corrosion resistance. Applications include for example offshore components.
Standard:ASTM M3:2 | EN number 1.3395
APM 2723 is a high alloyed powder metallurgical high speed steel corresponding to ASTM M3:2 with a combination of very good abrasive wear resistance and high compressive strength. Suitable areas of use include demanding cold-work applications like blanking of harder materials like carbon steel or cold-rolled strip steel, as well as use for cutting tools.
Sanbar® 61 is a high strength silicon steel with good toughness and impact resistance in the as-rolled condition.
Aromatic polyether-based thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPUs) are unique resins which exhibit excellent solvent resistance and biostability. We have developed processing techniques to allow the application of this material on our alloy offerings and it can be applied at thicknesses as thin as 2.5 microns.
Sulfone polymers are high-heat plastics with a clear advantage. These amorphous thermoplastics offer more toughness, strength and hydrolytic stability than many other transparent plastics. They withstand prolonged exposure to water, chemicals and temperatures – handling a broad range of end-use temperatures from -40°C to 204°C (-40°F to 400°F).
Sandvik SX is a high silicon containing austenitic stainless steel developed for use in concentrated sulfuric acid. The grade is characterized by:
Standard:UNS S31635 | ASTM 316Ti | EN number 1.4571
A titanium-stabilized, molybdenum-alloyed austenitic stainless steel with improved machinability.
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