Alloy AF932N (UNS S31010) is the latest evolution of high nitrogen austenitic stainless steels. It contains nitrogen in the range 0.8-0.9 % and has minimum 48 Pitting Resistance Equivalent Number (PREN). This alloy is produced by air melting followed by AOD (Argon-Oxygen-Decarburization) refining in a…
The major operation departments and buildings have been connected by a new fibre optics network. This allows a transfer rate of data at 1 Gbps in a fully redundant system.
As part of our ongoing investment plan, a new four-column open die hydraulic press is being installed to support the production of large sections and difficult to forge alloys.
The heat treating department has been upgraded with additional latest technology equipped batch-type furnaces. Strict temperature control in furnace working zones ensures superior heat treat response in both high and low temperature regimes.
After our successful introduction of alloy AF935 (UNS N09935), continued alloy development has resulted in a new precipitation hardened alloy intended to meet and exceed the most stringent requirements of the latest oil and gas material standards. Download Brochure