Matexcel expands offerings to include wide selection of metal powders

February 24, 2021

Matexcel is now providing a selection of metal powders for research requirements (Courtesy Maxtexcel)

Matexcel, Bohemia, New York, USA, has acted as a service provider in materials science since 2007 in the supply of polymers, nanoparticles and natural materials. The company has announced it is now expanding its range to provide a selection of metal powders for research requirements.

Matexcel is now offering hybrid water/gas and plasma atomisation technology to meet the needs of its customers working in Powder Metallurgy, metal processing and Additive Manufacturing research and development. Bespoke manufacturing strategy services are also offered by the company.

“Besides advanced production equipment and standard production technology, we also have modernised testing laboratory that can ensure the high quality and consistency of the final products. Providing professional solution of metal powders to our customers is our aims,” commented Johnson Brown, one of Matexcel’s representatives.

The company states its most popular metal products so far include titanium alloys and nickel-base superalloys, which are atomised by a plasma rotating electrode process (PREP). Other available metal powders include those based in Co, Cu, Fe, Ni, Pd, metal oxide, pure metal powders and others.

www.matexcel.com

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