Technology Metals / Refractory Metals

Key materials for high-tech industry: powders, compounds, semifinished products and customer-specific parts from tungsten, molybdenum, tantalum, niobium, rhenium, and their alloys.

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Advanced Ceramics

Fascinating materials for technology and medicine: powders and parts from aluminum oxide, aluminum titanate, silicon carbide, silicon nitride, zirconium oxide, further ceramic materials, and SOFC powders.

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AMPERIT® Thermal Spray Powders

Technologically advanced, high quality thermal spray materials for demanding applications in aerospace, automotive, oil & gas or power generation markets: carbides, oxides, MCrAlYs, molybdenum, metals and alloys.
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AMPERSINT® Atomized Metal Powders and Alloys
High-quality gas- and water atomized metal powders for innovative, future-oriented powder metallurgical applications.


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Recycling and Metal Processing Services

Tungsten, molybdenum, tantalum, niobium, and rhenium recycling. High-precision and CNC-controlled machines for customer-specific long forging, rolling and extruding of pure and alloyed materials.
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News:

News archive
Tuesday, 03/17/2015

H.C. Starck Introduces MoNb and MoW Sputtering Targets at FPD China 2015

NEWTON, Mass., USA, March 17, 2015 – H.C. Starck is taking innovation to a new level with its hottest new sputtering alloys for Touch Screen Panel (TSP) applications. Curved and flexible touch screens are the latest in HDTV, smart phones, tablets and mobile device technology. Touch screens use H.C. Starck’s molybdenum-niobium (MoNb) targets to sputter thin films for barrier, capping and conducting layers in these devices.
Monday, 03/02/2015

H.C. Starck’s tantalum supply chain again declared compliant with Conflict Free Smelter Program

Munich (Germany), March 2, 2015. H.C. Starck, a leading manufacturer of technology metals and advanced ceramics, announced today that its tantalum supply chain has been again declared free of “conflict minerals” following an independent audit. The audit was conducted by a third party auditor assigned by the Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) and Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) as part of the Conflict Free Smelter Program (CFSP).