Materials based on iron and stainless steel

Sintered iron-based parts can be made from various powders that contain special additives to improve properties. This allows you to choose the optimal material for a specific application, including strength, corrosion resistance, thermal resistance and others.

    Pure iron
    No additive
    Alloyed special steel*
    Alloying elements (Cu, Ni, Mo, Mn, Cr)*

Sintered parts based on iron are widely used in construction, including the production of fittings, fasteners, fittings for pipelines, structural components and much more. They are reliable, durable and efficient solutions for various requirements in the construction industry.

Materials based on copper, bronze and brass

Copper is known for its high electrical conductivity, so copper-based sintered parts are widely used in electrical engineering and electronics. They provide efficient and reliable transmission of electric current and help reduce energy losses.

    Copper alloy with zinc
    Mixed bronze

Copper-based sintered parts are widely used in electrical contacts, electrical connections, heat exchangers, copper piping, electronic components, and many other areas where high electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, and strength are required.


Materials based on soft magnetic mixtures

Sintered parts based on soft magnetic mixtures have low energy losses, which makes them effective for use in electromagnetic devices. They help ensure efficient energy conversion and reduce losses in systems operating with a magnetic field.

    Pure iron
    Alloy iron (P, Si and Ni)*
    Magnetic soft iron
    Composite materials

Sintered parts based on soft magnetic mixtures are used in electric motors, transformers, inductive components, sensors, electronic devices and many other systems where controlled magnetic behavior and high energy efficiency are required.

In powder metallurgy, various types of powders are used for the production of sintered parts. Each type of powder has its own unique properties and applications. Here are some of the main types of powders used in powder metallurgy:

1. Metal powders: These are powders consisting of metals such as iron, aluminum, copper, nickel, titanium and others. They are the main component of many sintered parts and provide their strength and mechanical properties.

2. Metal-ceramic powders: This is a combination of metal and ceramic materials. They combine the mechanical strength of metal with the properties of ceramics, such as high hardness, heat resistance and wear resistance. These powders are often used in parts subject to abrasive wear, such as in the manufacture of pumps or gears.

3. Carbides and nitrides: These powders include carbides (eg tungsten carbide) and nitrides (eg boron nitride). They have high hardness, wear resistance and heat resistance. The use of these powders allows you to create parts that can work in extreme conditions, for example, in the production of cutting tools or wear-resistant bushings.

4. Powders with additional components: Special components such as lubricants, lubricants or additives can be added to powders. These components improve the workability of the powder, its ability to compact and sinter, and can also improve the properties of the finished part, for example, by reducing friction or increasing corrosion resistance.

The choice of the appropriate type of powder depends on the specific requirements for the part, its functional purpose, requirements for strength, stability and other factors. The combination of various powders and components allows obtaining a wide range of sintered parts with various properties.