PA&E

PA&E's explosive metal welding process creates high-strength, bi-metallic transitions that join dissimilar metals together at the molecular level. For the maritime industry, this means high-strength, critical parts can be manufactured incorporating stainless steel/aluminum bi-metallic transitions and welded directly to an aluminum structure without generating galvanic corrosion. Read more...

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The explosive metal welding process can be used to create bi-metal pipe transitions for applications that require a connection between vessels made of different types of metals. This type of work-piece is well suited for nuclear, maritime and cryogenic applications as well as in instances that use pressure vessels made from clad plate. Read more...

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The explosive metal bonding process can join otherwise incompatible materials without compromising other design elements in applications such as: weld transitions, precious metal conservation, preventing galvanic corrosion, corrosive resistant linings, and more. Read more...

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