New Type Copper Alloys

New type copper alloys have great mechanical properties, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, and exceptional electric/thermal conductivity.

The “non-sparking alloys” designed by SAMC do not contain the highly toxic element beryllium and have more competitive prices. The hardness of the alloys can reach as high as HRC 38 after optimal heat treatment procedure. The non-sparking property makes the alloys excellent candidates for equipment parts or hand tools used in flammable environments such as factories with fine dust. The high hardness, wear resistance, and excellent electric/thermal conductivity also make the non-sparking alloys suitable for semiconductor probes to replace the traditionally used, expensive, and toxic beryllium copper alloys.

The “self-lubricating alloys” developed by SAMC can reach the hardness value of HRC 30 after optimal heat treatment process, and they can serve as the worm screws and wheels in the fourth axis of machine tools. Compared to conventional copper alloys, the great wear resistance of our self-lubricating alloys can effectively extend the service life of machine parts.

High-Entropy Alloys

High-entropy alloys break away from the traditional concept that alloys can only consist of one major element, and help explore many innovative properties of metallic materials, which also implies the huge market potential for high-entropy alloys.

SAMC closely collaborates with the High-Entropy Materials Research Center (HEMRC) at the National Tsing Hua University. The HEMRC provides innovative concepts and advanced research technologies, while SAMC transforms innovative ideas into great products that fit well in specific markets. Through combining the latest technologies in the world and the real demand of the industry, SAMC is about to implement disruptive innovations to the industry and bring enormous value addition to our customers.

Iron-Based Alloy Powders

Iron-based alloy powders are self-fluxing powders, mainly composed of iron, chromium, boron, silicon, etc. These powders are mainly used for “wear-resistant mechanical parts” working at temperatures as high as 500°C. Compared to nickel- and chromium-based alloy powders, iron-based powders are more advantageous in terms of costs, and have more application fields.

Nickel-Based Alloy Powders

Nickel-based alloy powders are mainly composed of nickel, chromium, boron, silicon, etc. Copper, molybdenum, and other elements may also be included under certain circumstances. Nickel-based alloy powders can be applied to various manufacturing processes, such as plasma spraying, HVOF, plasma welding, casting, additive manufacturing, etc. Nickel-based alloy powders have good corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, and wear resistance. Therefore, they are often used as surface strengthening coatings of stop logs, globe valves, screw rods, cylinders, wind turbines, etc.

About SAMC

About SAMC

Successful Advanced Materials Co., Ltd (SAMC) is dedicated to becoming the leader of metallic materials applications and engineering problem-solving.Continue readingAbout SAMC

SLUSH SHANGHAI 2019

Awarded 2019 Star of Hsinchu Science Park

Granted National Development Fund from Executive Yuan

Best Startup Potential Award, 2018 FiTi Innovation and Startups Project

Hsinchu City Small Business Innovation Research Project approved by Ministry of Economics Affairs

Conventional Industry Technology Development Project approved by Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economics Affairs

Passed SGS tests for food utensils, containers, and packages (MOHW Food No. 1071901957)

Passed Food Industry Research and Development Institute tests – antibacterial activity > 4.8 (JIS Z 2801 standard)

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Mail: service@samc.com.tw
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