Metals & Alloy
Aluminium-alloy wire and bar for forging, machining and welding are processed in an unique continious cast-rolling method.
Molybdenum die material for extrusion
Molybdenum dies for hot extrusion of brass and copper alloy. With its high strength at high temperature, die life and extrusion quality can be enhanced.
Ceramic coated molybdenum sheets / plates
Molybdenum sheets / plates with welding prevention effect during sintering. In addition to preventing welding, the operational efficiency of the furnace can be increased.
Crucibles for crystal growth
Tungsten and molybdenum crucibles for various crystal growing. Various manufacturing methods and sizes according to the growing method are available.
Light source / Lamp parts
Our high density tungsten developed for a discharge lamp. Processing to the final shape is also possible.
High-temperature furnace parts
Various tungsten and molybdenum processed parts for vacuum furnaces and reducing furnaces. We can provide services from design to processing for any shape.
Tungsten sheets/ plates
These are for high-temperature furnace parts, sputtering target material, electrodes, etc.
The products are used for electrodes of discharge lamps, high-brightness lamps for projectors, high-temperature furnace parts, etc.
Molybdenum sheets / plates
Taking advantage of its work-ability, we can provide high-function materials with enhanced resistance to deformation in high temperature.
Not only thin wire but also thick rods are available; it can be used for materials for high-temperature furnace parts with complex shaped, etc.
These are for lighting filaments, electron tubes, electrodes, high-temperature furnace parts, probe pins, etc.
As a high melting point metal easier to be processed than tungsten, it is used for various processing materials including high-temperature furnace parts.
Cu-Mo is a combination of Molybdenum (Mo) and Copper (Cu). It is available with rolling and stamping processes.
Cu-W is a combination of Tungsten (W) which has low thermal expansion, and Copper (Cu) which has high thermal conductivity.