Alloying Additives

 
Alloy elements to be added to the molten pure titanium for making titanium alloys. They are commonly called master alloys.
 
AMETEK - Reading Alloys
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AMETEK - Reading Alloys

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Reading Alloys produces superior master alloys, specialty alloys and metal powder products known for high purity and extraordinary material characteristics.
 
220 Old West Penn Ave Robesonia, Pennsylvania 19551 United States
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Phone 610x-693x-5822
ELG Utica Alloys, Inc.
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ELG Utica Alloys, Inc.

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Our Commitment to Precision... Our Unparalleled Financial Stability... Our Promise of Excellence.
 
378 Gros Blvd., Suite 3 Herkimer, New York 13350 United States
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Phone 315x-733x-0475
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Evraz Stratcor, Inc.
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Evraz Stratcor, Inc.

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Vanadium Offering Exceptional Value.
 
200 East Randolph Drive Suite 7800 Chicago, Illinois 60601 United States
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Phone 312x-533x-3643
GfE Metalle und Materialien GmbH
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GfE Metalle und Materialien GmbH

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GfE is a global manufacturer and supplier of high performance metals and materials. The product spectrum ranges from master alloys and γ-TiAl through metallic and ceramic materials for coating technology up to vanadium chemicals and technical powders.
 
Hoefener Strasse 45 Nuernberg, 90431 Germany
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United Alloys & Metals, Inc.
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United Alloys & Metals, Inc.

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A leading processor of titanium and supper alloy scrap.
 
9600 John Street Sante Fe Springs, California 90670 United States
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Phone 562x-273x-7004
Keywell Metals LLCMemberPremier
2826 Top Hill Road Monroe, North Carolina 28110 United States
Phone 704x-292x-1409
Monico Alloys, Inc.MemberPremier
3039 E. Ana Street Rancho Dominguez, California 90221 United States
Phone 310x-928x-0168
 
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