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Leveraging the unparalleled design freedom by LPBF, we can produce highly complex components such as flow control devices, downhole tools, and subsea connectors, which are optimised for extreme conditions and demanding applications.
Our mastery of LPBF technology enables us to create lighter, stronger, and more durable parts while maintaining stringent industry-specific standards. As a result, we’re significantly reducing lead times, enhancing performance, and contributing to greater sustainability within the Oil and Gas industry.
The Ti6Al4V GR23 ELI alloy is a high-purity titanium alloy distinguished by its low levels of interstitial impurities like oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen. Its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio makes it ideal for automotive and aerospace applications requiring lightweight structures. Enhanced ductility and fracture toughness, as well as strong corrosion resistance and biocompatibility, expand its use to surgical and dental applications.
The IN625 alloy is primarily composed of nickel, enriched with up to 23% chromium and 10% molybdenum, among other subsidiary elements. A key feature of this alloy is the inclusion of niobium, which synergistically interacts with molybdenum to confer both high strength and toughness in its annealed state. IN625 finds extensive utility across diverse industrial applications, excelling particularly in environments like seawater where robust corrosion resistance is imperative. IN625 also has a resistance to high-temperatures and It shares similarities with IN718, an alloy valued for its exceptional tensile, creep, and rupture strength properties.
The 316L alloy is a specialized form of austenitic stainless steel, primarily constituted of iron and alloyed with up to 18% chromium, 14% nickel, and 3% molybdenum, among other trace elements. Distinguished as an extra-low carbon variant of the standard 316 alloy, it offers enhanced resistance to sensitization, which is carbide precipitation at grain boundaries. This feature contributes to the alloy’s commendable weldability, as well as its superior resistance to stress rupture and tensile strength at elevated temperatures.