Coins

Little Known Facts About The Nickel

Did you know that the nickel was not America’s first five-cent coin, and that there is a nickel worth $4,408,650?   The nickel has been through many changes since its creation in the 1790s, both in design and material. During the Civil War, fearful of financial crisis or governmental collapse, many Americans stockpiled silver and gold…

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Precision

Precision Makes Perfect

The word “precision” can be defined as “the quality, condition, or fact of being exact and accurate”.  Which is exactly what Corrosion Materials’ machining capabilities offer: the highest level of accuracy for a variety of complex parts and components. Our CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining centers, operated by our highly-skilled Machinists on multiple shifts have…

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Imagine the World of Nickel

Nickel is a part of our natural world and, in the modern world, one of the highest performance products. It is the fifth most common element. Each year, 1.9 million tons is used and the industry supports two million (2M) jobs globally. A small amount of nickel is used as a product in its own…

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Stay SHARP

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is an agency of the United States Department of Labor commonly referred to as “OSHA”. The department was created in 1970 to assure safe and healthful working conditions. At Corrosion Materials, we have a strong safety program meeting OSHA requirements. In addition to meeting basic safety and…

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Product Innovations

      Highlights from HANNOVER MESSE 2017 | One of the world’s largest trade fairs covering a wide range of exhibits such as industrial supply, energy and environmental, industrial automation and more. This event introduces the world to product innovations and the latest technology.   Located in Germany, the global event took place in April…

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Super Alloy 22

  Alloy 22 is a Ni-Cr-Mo alloy (Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum) and is one of the most versatile corrosion resistant alloys used in industry today. The amount of Ni in the alloy helps against stress corrosion cracking particularly in chlorides and caustics. The Cr in the alloy helps with high temperature oxidation and improves resistance to pitting and…

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