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Taking flight with titanium

By supplying the aerospace industry with materials that are so light and strong that they can literally be described as out of this world, Sandvik is helping humanity explore the edges of the planet and makes air travel more sustainable.

Big little wires

The Exera ® brand of ultra-fine wires that are used in medical devices such as pacemakers and hearing aid implants are among the smallest products that Sandvik makes. But these tiny wires have a huge impact on the quality of life of the people who have them inside their bodies.

The battery boom

As production of electric cars increases so does the need for lithium-ion batteries, raw materials and reliable and efficient heating technology. Sandvik is ready to meet the demand.

Starting an office over the web

The medical wire business within Sandvik was looking to expand operations in the US, but the pandemic hindered our search for a new site. So, they did it entirely virtual instead.

Glass breakers

Norwegian company Glasopor is one of few manufacturers in the world that produce foam materials from recycled glass. The company has boosted its profitability and eliminated its carbon footprint by switching from gas to electricity based on a Kanthal® electric heating system.

Circular economy in action

Tracing a used steel shipment from LKAB in Sweden, via a metal recycling site and Sandvik Material Technologies, all the way to a geothermal heating plant in Holland

SAF™ 2707 HD Approved by BPV for Use in China

The China Standardization Committee on Boilers and Pressure Vessels – Heat Exchange Branch (BPV) has approved the use of the highly corrosion-resistant SAF™ 2707 HD stainless steel in heat exchanger tubing for refinery hydrotreating around the country.

Explore the Possibilities of CNG Tubing for the Automotive Industry

What should you consider when selecting tubing for your CNG vehicles? Click to read some key points that you should know about.

Sandvik Materials Technology (SMT) to be listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, August 31 2022

The Annual General Meeting of Sandvik resolved, in accordance with the Board of Directors’ proposal, to distribute and list SMT on Nasdaq Stockhom August 31, 2022. SMT will be renamed Alleima at the day of listing. Read the press release at home.sandvik Read more about our journey

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