Aerospace Titanium Alloys Superior Quality

Product Announcement from All Metals & Forge Group, LLC

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The Aerospace industry is the single largest market for titanium and titanium alloys due to their high performance, corrosive resistance qualities, and superior strength to weight ratio. Titanium usage is prevalent in jet engine applications, for both commercial and military aircraft, due to the ability of these alloys to withstand high temperature environments where strength and toughness are key. Certain alloys like 6AL-4V, 8MN, and Commercially Pure Alloys (Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 4) are always in demand as the primary material requirement for aerospace application. The strict requirements of the Aerospace Titanium market demand the highest standards and superior quality. The customers of All Metals & Forge include the world's largest aircraft manufacturers, subcontractors, OEM's, and government.

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About All Metals & Forge:

All Metals & Forge, LLC is a unique combination of a steel service center, forge facility, custom melt operation, custom bar producer, value-added service provider and an information resource for its customers. All Metals & Forge is an ISO9001:2000/AS9100 and EN9100 registered and certified company.

Warehouse operations supplies alloy steels, aluminum alloys, carbon steels, cobalt alloys, magnesium alloys, molybdenum alloys (Moly), nickel alloys, stainless steels, stainless PH grades, super alloys, tantalum alloys, titanium alloys, tool steels, and tungsten alloys in all mill forms, as well as custom hand-rolled bars not commercially available.

Forging operations provides contoured rolled rings and seamless rolled rings in sizes up to 160"/4050mm OD. Please see our chart for available forging materials. Other forged shapes include discs, hubs, blocks, shafts, flanges, sleeves, cylinders, flats, hexes, rounds, plate, and custom shapes.

Value-added services includes cold and hot forming, heat treating, cutting, machining, extrusions, and rolling and welding operations.

Custom operations includes custom hand-rolled bars in many materials and sizes in round bar, flat bar, square bar, hex bar and custom shapes. Custom melting can produce a custom chemistry, a controlled chemistry, an out-of-date or obsolete alloy, or a vacuum melt of a common grade, in heat lots of 250 pounds or more, and provide ingots or