Hunter Chemical announces availability of its Nickel Flake Grade NF50

September 12, 2011

September 12, 2011

Hunter Chemical LLC, based in Fort Washington, PA, USA, has announced the availability of its Nickel Flake Grade NF50. This versatile product is processed with the purity, morphology and particle size distribution useful in a variety of applications including adhesives, lubricants and in various coatings. The product, states Hunter Chemical, is approved for use at major consumers within these industries.  

Nickel Flake Grade NF50 joins a well established list of other types of Nickel Powder, including Grade AH50 used in Powder Metallurgy applications and hydrogen-reduced Nickel Powder used in the thermal spray and welding rod industries.

Ben Brock, President of Hunter Chemical stated, “Nickel powder and flake products are an important category in our business. We are pleased to grow in this area and show customers that they do not have to rely on one supply stream.”

Hunter Chemical LLC manages processes and resources for the production and distribution of Nickel, Cobalt and Chrome-based chemicals, oxides and raw materials. These products are used in Powder Metallurgy, Metal Injection Moulding, metal finishing, thermal spray and other applications. The company maintains direct relationships with the world’s top sources of primary Nickel, Cobalt and Chrome based salts, solutions, oxides and powders to allow for competitive prices of high-purity material.

Proprietary products include Chrome Catalysts and Fume Suppressants for hard chrome plating, decorative chrome plating and anodizing in addition to Chrome Oxide and Alumina Titania for thermal spray applications.  The company is certified to ISO9001:2008.

September 12, 2011

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