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Types of Silver Demand The demand for silver metal can be categorized into: Production and Investment. The production demand describes cultivating silver into a specific product form like jewelry, silver strip, silver mesh and silver foil that are used as a component in semiconductors, chemical compounds and soldering. Investment demand arises when silver is used … Continue reading Silver’s Demand Prediction in 2015 by Heanjia Super-Metals

Heanjia Super-Metals, the pioneer super-alloys manufacturer introduces the production facility worthing hundred million dollars for the production of nickel based super-alloy’s components for aerospace and jet engines. The production unit is established over 15,000 square-meters to allow Heanjia’ engineers reach from the basic engine parts for industry and local jet engines to extensive commercial aircraft … Continue reading HSM introduces advanced production service for Nickel based superalloy aerospace engine components

Inconel alloy 718 was discovered in 1980s for downhole apparatus.  The need for meeting high pressure gas wells demands a high strength alloy with excellent corrosion resistance to gas containing high carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphide for completion apparatus. The superalloys like Hastelloy C-276 were available and provided outstanding corrosion resistance to the anticipated fluids. … Continue reading Inconel Alloy 718 for oil and gas industry

Nichrome heater wire is of two types Nichrome A and Nichrome C. Nichrome A is made of NiCr alloy containing 80% nickel and 20% chromium. It has lower temperature coefficient of resistance as compare to Nichrome C. Nichrome A has service temperature up to 1150oC or 2100oF. Nichrome C heater wire is made of NiCr … Continue reading Nichrome A and Nichrome C Industrial heating wires

Earlier it was assumed that copper-nickel alloys provided sufficient corrosion resistance in the fresh waters while use in the heat exchanger services. The materials like austenitic stainless steels and nickel-chromium-iron alloys were mentioned essential only while operation in the brackish water or sulfide polluted water, because these were very costly for use in ordinary fresh … Continue reading Performance of heat exchanger materials