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The largest metals properties database available
Besides being is the most comprehensive metal properties database and knowledge source worldwide, with more than 10,000,000 property records for over 350,000 alloys, Total Materia gives you the highest quality and reliability of the only certified database of its kind in the industry

Gain access to over 450,000 alloys and their material properties
Total Materia has the largest collection of metal materials available allowing you to find property information with just a click of the mouse. Find chemical composition, mechanical and physical properties, as well as the largest library of stress strain and cyclic property data for advanced CAE calculations.



Standard - / PROPRIETARY
Group of Materials Polymers / Plastics, thermoplasts / Vinyl polymers (PVC, PVB...) / BVOH
Material:
MaterialProducer
BigRep BVOH BigRep GmbHView material BigRep BVOH BigRep GmbH
BVOH 3DGenceView material BVOH 3DGence
Fabbrix BVOH FabbrixView material Fabbrix BVOH Fabbrix
Fiberlogy BVOH Fiberlab S.A.View material Fiberlogy BVOH Fiberlab S.A.
MCPP BVOH Mitsubishi Chemical Performance Polymers, Inc. MCPP (part of Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation)View material MCPP BVOH Mitsubishi Chemical Performance Polymers, Inc. MCPP (part of Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation)
Smart3D BVOH Smart3DView material Smart3D BVOH Smart3D
Ultrafuse BVOH BASF; BCN3D Technologies, Inc.View material Ultrafuse BVOH BASF; BCN3D Technologies, Inc.
Verbatim BVOH Verbatim GmbH (part of Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings)View material Verbatim BVOH Verbatim GmbH (part of Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings)

The Total Materia database includes more than 450,000 grades from all over the world.  Their chemical compositions, mechanical and physical properties, cross-references, and more are only a click away.  

Finding a grade in the database is very easy and takes seconds. For example, let’s look into the properties of steel grade X5CrNiMo 17 12 2 according to DIN.

Simply use Quick Search at the Subscribers Home page enter the designation and select DIN from the standard list.


After clicking the material from the resulting list, a list of subgroups appears. In Total Materia, the term “subgroups” refers to specifications that define properties of the steel grade; in this case the specification DIN 1654-5 is selected. Note that properties defined according to different specifications may differ significantly.


Composition, cross-references and properties of the steel grade X5CrNiMo 17 12 2 can then be reviewed by clicking appropriate links.  See examples below.