High-Performance Specialty Alloys and Stainless Steels for Industrial and Chemical Processing Applications
Alloys used in industrial applications are continually subjected to varying conditions and harsh environments that are oftentimes highly corrosive with pressure changes and temperature fluctuations.
Carpenter Technology supplies several of the world's leading chemical manufacturing companies, industrial plants, and food facilities with high-quality specialty alloys that are ideally suited for a wide variety of flow control, continuous flow, and material processing applications.
Material Engineered for Demanding Applications
Our diverse materials portfolio of more than 300 grades of specialty alloys, superalloys, stainless and duplex steels, titanium, and metal powders make it possible for our customers in these processing industries to produce an end product under safer, more efficient conditions.
Carpenter Technology's expert metallurgists continue to make advancements in high-quality iron-, nickel-, cobalt-, and titanium-based specialty alloy engineering. Combined with comprehensive melting, remelting, forging, hot rolling, cold rolling, and heat treating capabilities, our customers benefit from materials that are able to withstand extreme corrosion, pressure, thermal variation, and stress.
Industrial Application and Feature Alloys
Carpenter Technology specialty alloys, superalloys, stainless and duplex steels, titanium, and metal powders cover a wide variety industrial and chemical processing applications, including:
- High Corrosion, Heat, and Pressure Resistance
- Fine and Heavy Chemical Production and Use
- Acidic Production and Use
- HVAC Systems and Tubulars
- Petrochemical Refining
- Valves and Fittings
- Pharmaceutical and Clean Room
- Pulp and Paper Mills
- Food Grade Production
- Water Treatment Systems
- Fasteners, Bolts, Wire, and Rods
Request a Quote and General Inquiries
Request a quote for our high-performance specialty alloys for the Industrial Processing market, contact Carpenter Technology.