VDM® Alloy 2120 MoN is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with particularly low carbon content and an addition of nitrogen, developed by VDM Metals. The material distinguishes itself through an outstanding corrosion resistance under reducing as well as under oxidizing conditions.
Werdohl, Germany. VDM Metals, one of the leading manufacturers of nickel, cobalt and zirconium alloys, as well as high alloyed special stainless steels, has been accredited as a supplier by the largest Omani oil and gas producer, Petroleum Development Oman (PDO).
The VDM Metals Group will participate for the first time ever at Stainless 2017, which will be held at tradefair center Brno, Czech Republic. The Group will be represented by colleagues from VDM Service Center and our czech partner, Union Ocel. You'll find us on May 17 and May 18 at booth # 118. We are looking forward to meeting you!
With VDM Alloy 788 A®, VDM Metals presented a new material for highly-loaded outlet valves. In particular, the nickel-iron alloy is suited for use in commercial vehicles and passenger cars with diesel engines, and it has the material number 2.4959. Owing to its novel composition, it is characterized by improved wear properties, with high application temperatures and combustion pressures.
VDM Metals Korea introduces the recently opened Service Center of VDM Metals Group at Korea Chem 2017 from April 18 to April 21. You'll find VDM Metals at booth #L208 in hall 10.
Celebrate with VDM Metals Japan K.K. at the 4th Metal Japan from April 5 until April 7 in Tokyo the 30th anniversary. The Japan office of VDM Metals was opened on February 2 1987 You will find us at Tokyo Big Sight, booth 12-24 in hall East.
VDM® Alloy 718 CTP is an age-hardenable nickel-chromium-iron-molybdenum alloy. The age hardening is achieved by specific additions of niobium, titanium and aluminum. It can be delivered in the solution-annealed or age-hardened condition.
VDM® Alloy 80 A (2.4952/N07080) is a nickel-chromium alloy that can be age-hardened.
VDM® Alloy 800 (1.4876/N0880) is an austenitic nickel-iron-chromium alloy. It is characterized by good corrosion and heat resistance and good mechanical properties at low and elevated temperatures up to 800 °C (1,472 °F).
VDM® Alloy 602 CA (2.4633/N06025) is a high-temperature material with excellent resistance to creep and oxidation up to 1,200 °C (2,192 °F).