Why Choose China’s Nickel Alloy Products
Nickel alloy is formed by combining nickel with other metals. Approximately 3,000 nickel-based alloys are in use, forming products for numerous industries.
The dynamics of nickel alloy products have always been of great interest to customers as well. So let’s learn more about China and nickel alloys today!
The factory has abundant various machine tools and equipment like vacuum induction furnace, electroslag remelting furnace, air hammers, pipe mills, and also advanced test equipment like spectrometer, carbon and sulfur analyzer，hydraulic test machine, universal testing machine, sclerometer, ultrasonic flaw detector, hydrostatic test machine, and so on.
The Products covers Plate, Strip, Section bar, Bar, Wire, Pipe, Fitting, Forged flange, etc. We can customize related products according to customers’ requirements.
China has finalized the integration flow process that covered everything from smelting to forging, machining to finished product.
We consider that every kind of performance testing, checking, and analysis is very significant to assess the processing technic.
All kinds of senior technicians are always tested and inspect the products processing techniques in the lad or on-site personally, and also analysis and research so as to feedback the quality of product and project.
MT follow the enterprise tenet of Credibility Makes Business Forward, Quality Builds The World, carry on the mission of concentrate on partners’ needs, keep creating higher value, adhere to the service idea of providing professional service beyond clients’ expectation.
Looking forward to cooperating with the new and old customers sincerely.
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