H.C. Starck Turns up the Heat at Thermprocess 2015
Newton, Mass. (USA), June 10, 2015 – H.C. Starck is turning up the heat at Thermprocess 2015 in Dusseldorf, Germany, June 16-20 with its robust product portfolio produced from technology metals - molybdenum, tungsten, tantalum, niobium and their alloys for a broad range of heat treating applications including vacuum heat treating, sintering, annealing, brazing, and all high temperature furnace applications.More
H.C. Starck Features Ultra 76 Plus Tantalum Alloy at ACHEMA 2015
Newton, Mass. (USA), June 9, 2015 – H.C. Starck’s Ultra 76 Plus Tantalum alloy combats aggressive, hazardous chemical corrosion in hot concentrated acid applications and will be on display at ACHEMA 2015, Frankfurt, Germany, June 15-19, Hall 5.1, Stand D50. Ultra 76 Plus was designed by H.C. Starck’s Fabricated Products Division (FPR). We invite you to meet our Engineering and Technology experts to discuss the benefits of Ultra 76 Plus Tantalum for critical corrosion resistant applications.More
H.C. Starck Expands Additive Manufacturing Business
- H.C. Starck acquires minority stake in the Swedish start-up Metasphere Technology
- Focus on further development and expansion of production technology for spherical metal powders, a key material for additive manufacturing (industrial 3-D printing)
H.C. Starck Features its Superconductor Materials at Cryogenics and Superconductivity Conference Japan 2015Newton, Mass. (USA), May 26, 2015 – H.C. Starck’s niobium and tantalum materials will be introduced at the Cryogenics and Superconductivity Conference Japan 2015 in Tsukuba, Japan on May 27-29. These materials are tailor-made for low temperature superconductor (LTS) wire manufacturing where cryogenic cooling is required.
H.C. Starck Shapes the Way for Synthetic Diamonds at INTERTECH 2015Newton, Mass. (USA), May 19, 2015– H.C. Starck’s innovative niobium sheet material makes it easy to deep draw and shape crucibles in the production of synthetic diamonds. Abrasive tools for non-ferrous and non-metallic materials utilize synthetic diamonds as tool components in oil and gas exploration, mining, construction, transportation, and electronics.
H.C. Starck’s Technology Metals in Motion on Display at PCIM Europe 2015
Newton, Mass. (USA), May 15, 2015 – H.C. Starck leads the technology metals industry with its engineered products fabricated from refractory materials for the power semiconductor and thermal management industries. H.C. Starck’s custom-engineered thermal management materials support the electronics industry’s migration to increased miniaturization of electronic components that require rapid cooling to be effective.More