Stellite


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Stellite

(ˈstɛlaɪt)
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(Metallurgy) trademark any of various alloys containing cobalt, chromium, carbon, tungsten, and molybdenum: characteristically very hard and wear-resistant, they are used as castings or hard surface-coatings
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Noun1.Stellite - ® a very hard alloy of cobalt and chromium with cobalt as the principal ingredient; used to make cutting tools and for surfaces subject to heavy wear
alloy, metal - a mixture containing two or more metallic elements or metallic and nonmetallic elements usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten; "brass is an alloy of zinc and copper"
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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All cylinders and screws are made of nitride steel, but special versions made of bimetal and stellite (tipped hard metal) are available upon request, for the processing of filled materials.
Screws and barrels are made of nitrided steel, but special bimetallic or Stellite versions are available for processing filled materials.
Well, for one, it uses Stellite as a baffle material.
Available in the UK through liquids handling specialists PUMP ENGINEERING, the Type HP-60 control valve utilises a 17-4 PH body along with a solid Stellite inner valve assembly.
The new coating, KA#T1, was tested with and without chrome plating against Lincoln H560 (an iron based alloy) hardfacing, 420 stainless steel (or equivalent), Stellite #1 and Stellite #6.
The transaction builds on the company's recent Emura and Stellite acquisitions, while also increasing the company's presence in key growth sectors, including aerospace, energy and associated process industries.
The inner valve (plug and seat) is constructed from solid Stellite[R] while Titanium Nitride coated Stellite is available as an option.
Lutz started his career at Haynes Stellite, Kokomo, Ind.
announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to purchase the Deloro Stellite Group from Duke Street Capital for approximately 6277 million ($319 million).
Kennametal Inc (NYSE:KMT), a supplier of custom and standard wear-resistant solutions, said today that it has agreed to acquire the Deloro Stellite Group for approximately EUR277m.
17 January 2012 - US tools and advanced materials provider Kennametal Inc (NYSE:KMT) on Tuesday announced an agreement to buy British alloy-based critical wear solutions specialist Deloro Stellite Group from private equity firm Duke Street Capital for EUR277m (USD355m).