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Founded in 2007, BSW Metals it is an authorized company for selling semi finished products in Nickel and Nickel Alloys (Nickel 200/201, Alloy 400, Alloy K500, Alloy 600, Alloy 625, Alloy 718,Alloy X-750, Alloy 800H/HT, Alloy 825), Titanium and Titanium Alloys (Titanium Gr1, Gr2, Gr5, Gr7,Gr9), Special Metals (Zirconium, Niobium, Hafnium, Vanadium, Tantalum and them alloys), Duplex and Super Duplex, in a large area of category of shapes and profiles like: round bars, hexagonal bars, pipes and tubes (seamless and welded), plates, sheets, wires, welding materials.

Beginning with 2014 BSW Metals has opened its Agency in Sofia to serve the clients from Bulgaria.

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MARITIME, AEROSPACE AND OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY: USES OF MONEL 400

Monel 400 is a fairly simple alloy that can stand up to the most demanding conditions. With a minimum of 63% nickel and 28-34% copper, it was created over a century ago to be a cheaper substitute for pure nickel while retaining all the metal’s key properties. It’s fair to say that Monel 400 has

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF INCONEL ALLOY 600

Like all INCONEL nickel alloys, alloy 600 has outstanding corrosion resistance and a range of other chemical properties that make it suitable for use in the harshest and most demanding environments. But this particular superalloy is especially known for its mechanical characteristics. These make it a versatile choice for a broad spectrum of applications. In

INCONEL ALLOYS – PIPES AND TUBES

We explore which INCONEL alloys are used for pipes and tubes, and the industries that employ them in their essential operations Pipes and tubes are among the most-used components manufactured with nickel alloys, and there is a wide range available on the market. We’ve already taken an in-depth look at how MONEL alloys are used to produce

INCONEL ALLOY 625 IN AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

INCONEL alloy 625 and aerospace engineering are a great combination. Find out why in this blog exploring this essential high-performance nickel alloy When INCONEL alloy 625 was first introduced in the early 1960s, the possibilities for how it could be used in the future were endless. While it might have been initially created for use

PRODUCT FOCUS – MONEL ALLOY 400

Meet the metal alloy with super powers to resist even the most acidic environment and remain incredibly tough at sub-zero temperatures: MONEL alloy 400Over the years, alloys have come and gone, but some remain to stand the test of time. MONEL Alloy 400 is a quality product with a long and interesting history. It is considered a ‘puritan alloy’,

PRODUCT FOCUS – INCONEL ALLOY 718

If you need high strength alongside good corrosion resistance for demanding environments, one material worth your consideration is INCONEL alloy 718. We take a look at its specifications in more detail.When your project demands an alloy that offers superior high strength, why not take a look at INCONEL alloy 718? This nickel/cobalt and chromium material

APPLICATIONS AND PROPERTIES OF INCONEL 601

Inconel alloy 601 is a widely popular Nickel-Chromium alloy that offers design engineers and manufacturers a superior alloy for use at elevated temperatures. Known for its versatility, high strength, and good weldability under a wide range of temperatures. Inconel alloy 601 exhibits exceptional properties like resistance to oxidation and other media at the high temperatures,

APPLICATIONS OF INCONEL 625 IN THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY

Created in the early 1960s, INCONEL alloy 625 is a real workhorse among nickel superalloys. It’s tough, light and versatile, with outstanding chemical and mechanical properties that make it suitable for a whole range of applications. No wonder it’s been an industry favourite for almost six decades. Alloy 625 was originally developed for use in steam piping

PRODUCT FOCUS: INCOLOY ALLOY 925

Part of the INCOLOY family, Alloy 925 is a nickel-iron-chromium alloy. It’s age-hardenable, and like all high-performance nickel alloys (superalloys), 925 is tough and versatile, and continues to perform well in hot, cold, and corrosive conditions. Nickel alloys are a safe, durable and cost-effective choice for use in harsh environments. They’re well-suited to high-pressure, high-stakes

PRODUCT FOCUS – INCOLOY ALLOY 825

We believe in finding the right alloy for the job for our customers, based on each grade’s individual strengths. So,when you need superior corrosion resistance, then one worth considering is the INCOLOY Alloy 825.INCOLOY Alloy 825 is one of a range of alloys that makes use of the metal molybdenum. This mineral is a popular addition to