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Sanicro ® 35 is an alloy combining the best features of a super austenitic stainless steel and a nickel alloy. The grade has excellent corrosion resistance, for service in sea-water applications and other highly corrosive environments.
Previously, I have written about some of the energy applications Sandvik is involved in, but the overall objective for our work at strategic research is to continue the materials evolution. This, to a large extent, can be achieved by continuing to develop new problem-solving alloys.
Some months ago, I read in the newspaper that Shell was planning to invest 14 billion USD to build an export terminal for Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) in British Columbia, Canada. The reason that this project caught my eye was due to the comment made by one of the panelists in a discussion forum at
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
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
We offer a variety of polyimide coatings that can be applied to all our alloy offerings. Polyimides are chosen in applications because of their excellent resistance to chemicals, superior abrasion resistance, and superior thermal performance. Because of this combination of features, they are
Bond TT is a high temperature thermoplastic polyamide bondcoat, that exhibits good bond strength after activation with heat at 170-180°C. Bond TT can also be activated with solvent. This allows windings that maintain their shape until permanently bonded with heat. The recommended solvent
Bond CJL is a high temperature thermoplastic polyester bondcoat, that exhibits good bond strength after activation with heat at 170-190°C. Bond CJL can also be activated with solvent. This allows windings that maintain their shape until permanently bonded with heat. The recommended solvents
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