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Powder Metals


Vacuum Induction Melting

250kg batch size with capacity of 400 tonnes per annum.


Close-coupled inert gas (argon) atomisation producing highly spherical powder for additive manufacturing and PM-HIP.

Powder Processing

Flexible powder sieving providing particle size distributions from 15μm upwards to 300μm suitable for a variety of powder metallurgy applications, with all handling, sieving, blending, sampling, and packaging carried out under protected atmospheres to minimise oxygen pick-up.

Powder Characterisation

A suite of standard powder analysis techniques to provide particle size distribution, hall/carney flow, tap density, and powder chemistry.


Quality is at the heart of what we do.

We are proudly AS EN 9100 and ISO 9001 certified.


Powder Range

When we atomise powder that’s only the start of the powder journey. We know different applications require different powder properties and that is where our optimisation expertise comes into its own. Our powders go through extensive powder characterisation and optimisation to ensure they meet your application requirements, time after time, after time.

Our optimised ranges include vacuum inert gas atomised steels, stainless steels, cobalt, and nickel superalloys and plasma atomised aluminium and titanium powders.


With extensive stockholdings, we offer next-day delivery on many powders.


Powder metallurgy either in Additive Manufacturing or other near net-shape processes such as PM-HIP is being adopted more widely across a growing range of industries and our optimised powder metals and alloys can be found in mission-critical and safety-conscious sectors including:

  • Aerospace, Space and Defence
  • Medical and Biomedical
  • Energy
  • Automotive
  • Precision Engineering

In all cases optimised powders providing consistent results are imperative.

Talk to one of our experts today to find out how we ensure repeatability during our production and optimisation processes.


Explore our range of powders to find the right powder for your application.

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Can we help? Castings production tradition dates back to 1951. Long term experience in castings production is currently used for production of demanding grey iron and nodular iron castings for metallurgical and engineering companies in the Czech Republic and abroad. The operation unit includes also a pattern shop and scales treatment center. The unit obtained product certificates from Bureau Veritas for the entire product range and Lloyd's Register for grey iron and nodular iron castings with a piece weight up to 15 000 kg.

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