Ultra Low Carbon Interstitial Free Steels
High Silicon Cast Iron
Sacrificial Anodes: Part One
The KIVCET Smelting Process
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Introduction to Total Materia 3rd September 2015
Total Materia has allowed us to solve in a definite way all problems we had for the search of alternate materials in foreign countries. Thanks to Total Materia we have issued real "international" specs for purchase of steels in foreign countries.
Total Materia remains the only tool which will be used for this purpose.
Bonfiglioli Industrial Gearmotors, Bologna, Italy
Our mission is simple;to make Total Materiathe one-stop place andfirst choice of engineersworld wide.
Prof. Dr. Viktor Pocajt, CEOKey to Metals AG
Advantages of using Ultra Low Carbon (ULC) steels include good formability and a superior surface quality.
High silicon materials are classified as having a silicon content above r14.5% and as a result provide excellent corrosion resistance with good properties and cost savings on the nobles metals such as nickel and chromium.
Sacrificial anodes are specifically designed to act as corrosion ‘decoys’ for materials which require protection from a variety of corrosive forces.
Also known as the Oxygen Flash Cyclone Electro Thermal Process, the KIVCET Smelting Process was first developed in Kazakhstan with the first commercial unit being installed in 1985.