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20 Mar 2015 , News

Read the feature article in Powder Metal Review page 45-50 about how you can make high temperature sintering more cost competitive with Kanthal APMT.

Powder Metallurgy Review, Winter 2014

16 Mar 2015 , News

Read the feature article in Industrial Heating about our new high temperature alloy for extreme temperatures - Kanthal APMT.

A New High-Temperature Alloy for Extreme Temperatures

17 Oct 2014 , News

HärtereiKongress

Sandvik will demonstrate its Kanthal® branded heating products and systems and how they are included in advanced process technologies and energy saving operations at The HärtereiKongress Cologne.

17 Oct 2014 , News

Glasstec

Sandvik will demonstrate its Kanthal® branded heating products and systems and how they are included in advanced process technologies and energy saving operations at the Glasstec international trade fair in Düsseldorf.

23 Sep 2014 , News

Sandvik will demonstrate its Kanthal® branded heating products and systems and how they are included in advanced process technologies and energy saving operations at the ALUMINIUM 2014 exhibition in Düsseldorf.

5 Sep 2014 , News

Bo Jönsson, Senior Technical Expert at Sandvik Heating Technology, and a professor at Chalmers Technical University, will hold a session focused on the possibilities offered by a new Kanthal® alloy at Furnace North America on Wednesday, 8 October, from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m.

15 Nov 2013 , News

Nikrothal TE is an innovative austenitic nickel-chromium alloy developed for use in metal sheathed tubular heating elements in domestic appliances and other heating equipment.

1 Nov 2013 , News

The IT incident - blocking external mail to and from Sandvik - is now resolved. All services are back to normal.

27 Sep 2013 , News

Bo Jönsson, a leading researcher, project leader and manager within product area Wire and Heating Technology's R&D department, was appointed on June 14, 2013 Adjunct Professor in the High Temperature Corrosion, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.

18 Sep 2013 , News

Today's email problem is now resolved. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

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