LKALLOY ensures that we can offer an extensive range of materials suitable for virtually every industry. From aerospace to petrochemical engineering, and from marine to medical, we have supplied suitable grades of metal for a variety of challenging applications. We can ensure our products meet internationally recognized specifications to ensure quality and continuity.
Nickel-based alloys are the industry choice for high-temperature environments in chemical plants. Not only are they exposed to highly corrosive materials, but commonly at temperatures above 1000°F. They offer high corrosion resistance, metallurgical stability, weldability, strength, and toughness. Advances are constantly being made in the production of our nickel alloys. Because of this, their use in manufacturing technologies is constantly expanding across a wider range of applications.
Titanium and its alloys, due to a successful combination of high strength, sufficient technological properties, small density and good corrosion resistance are gaining wider application for medical instruments production, used in general surgery, stomatology, neurosurgery, ophthalmology etc.
Today titanium is routinely utilized in the dental industry for implants and orthodontic braces. Titanium has been selected as a metal of choice in the dental market due to its total resistance to attack by body fluids, high strength and low modulus. Titanium is currently the most commonly used material in dental implant application.
Hard metal is a versatile high-Tungsten and cobalt tool steel that is characterized by a relatively high attainable hardness and abrasive resistance. These carbides provide good resistance to wear from sliding contact with other metals and abrasive materials. Known as “teeth of industrial “, it is used in the manufacturing of cutting tools, dies and molds, wear-resistant parts for military, aerospace, mechanical processing, metallurgy, petroleum drilling, mining tools, electronic communications, construction and other fields.
As oil and gas production expands with the growth of ultra-deepwater production, corrosion conditions have become even harsher on equipment in this industry. Nickel alloys are widely used in the oil and gas market. They offer long-term corrosion resistance to high H2S and CO2, high pressures, and high temperatures. They are also the most resistant to corrosion and cracking caused by free sulfur.
Corrosion is the important factor must be considered in power plants. It’s important to consider vibration potential, highest temperatures, oxygen content, and potential for erosion and corrosion when choosing tube and pipe materials. Nickel alloys are chosen for the power industry because of their consistent corrosion resistance at high temperatures. Their performance in standing up to the presence of contaminants in the water-steam system has shown them to be the preferred material in tubing for generators.
Our power plant alloys are used in the most demanding applications within coal-fired power, combined-cycle power, waste-to-energy, biomass, nuclear power and renewable energy plants.
Copper alloys are widely recognized for their excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking and corrosion fatigue. Copper alloys contain more than 95% copper with only a small addition of elements such as nickel, silicon, chromium and beryllium. The addition of nickel improves the copper’s overall strength, durability and also its resistance to corrosion, erosion and cavitation in all types of water. These alloys are widely used in the automotive and motorsport industry such as Axles, Bellows, Drive Shafts, Exhausts, Turbocharger casing and so on.
Our inventory is produced to ASTM specifications and our quality management system is approved and registered to ISO 9001. We are dedicated to your success and provides on-time and high-quality deliveries according to our customers’ requirements.
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