Metals and plastics that are resistant to most solvents, bases, acids or other harsh environments.
Metals with a natural protection from corrosion, oxidation and seawater.
Materials with a continuous service temperature above 500°C for metals and 100°C for plastics.
Metals with hardness > 300 HB (> 32 HRC). Ideal for applications that demand excellent wear resistance.
Materials with tensile strength > 550 MPa for metals and > 100 MPa for plastics. Suitable for the most demanding engineering applications.
Ferrous and non-ferrous metals that are (essentially) non-magnetic.
Pastics with good UV and moisture resistance, suitable for outdoor applications and exposure to the elements.