Höganäs India has announced the opening of a new technology centre in Pune, India. Launched in April 2017, the ITEC centre will offer support to Höganäs’s customers in the Indian market.
The facility offers data generation facilities for fatigue and tribology, a water treatment demonstration centre and a laboratory. Initially, it will offer analytical support to customers on site, and will also employ a staff of on-call ITEC engineers for external customer visits.
Melker Jernberg, Höganäs President and CEO, stated, “There is a great scope for expanding the facilities and our offerings to suit the customer’s needs.”
In addition, Höganäs AB has announced the publication of its latest technical papers on sintered components and surface coating. Each of the newly published papers was originally presented at APMA 2017, the 4th International Conference on Powder Metallurgy in Asia, held in Hsinchu, Taiwan, April 9-11, 2017.
The new papers are available to access for free via Höganäs’s website, and include:
- ‘High Performance Mixes with New Lubricants’, by Zhaoqiang Tan and Ulf Engström of Höganäs China
- ‘Overlay welding of NiSiB mixes with tungsten carbides’ by Barbara Maroli, Höganäs AB, and C. Liu, Höganäs China
- ‘Properties of Cr-alloyed PM Steel after different sintering and heat treatment operations’, by Ola Bergman, Dimitris Chasoglou and Magnus Dahlström of Höganäs Sweden
- ‘Wear investigation of finish rolled powder metal gears’, by Anders Flodin, Höganäs AB, and Michael Hirsch, Profiroll Technologies GMBH, Germany