Sandvik Materials Technology

P.O. Box 1220
Scranton, PA 18501

Phone: 570-585-7735
Fax: 570-585-7733

www.sandvik.com

Recent Content on TheFabricator.com for Sandvik Materials Technology

News
June 2, 2015
AP&T joins initiative for efficient manufacturing of fuel cell plates
AP&T, Cell Impact, and Sandvik have joined together to develop a system for cost-efficient, large-scale manufacturing of fuel cell plates....
News
October 28, 2014
Sandvik Materials Technology to divest power spring business in U.S. and Mexico
Sandvik Materials Technology is divesting its power spring business in Scranton, Pa., and Nogales, Mexico, to Sweden-based Lesjöfors AB, a...
News
July 17, 2014
Sandvik, Tenaris sign five-year strategic alliance agreement
Sandvik and Tenaris have signed a new five-year strategic alliance agreement on the exclusive joint supply of corrosion-resistant alloy OCTG...
Product
January 13, 2014
Welding wires designed for single- or multilayer surfacing
Sandvik offers three welding wire grades for GTAW, plasma arc welding, GMAW, and SAW. Characterized by its very low cobalt, vanadium, and boron...
Article
June 13, 2012
Update from Germany
Interviews with several TUBE exhibitors revealed that the energy industry remains the biggest driver in the tube and pipe industry. The opportunities aren’t just in oil and gas, but also wind and even nuclear, despite the Fukushima incident. Meanwhile, a few vendors have come up with machines and processes that reduce tube and pipe consumption and waste, helping the industry deal with fluctuating metals prices.
Product
December 14, 2011
Coated stainless steel strip designed for electronic component manufacturers
Sandvik has introduced Sandvik Santronic™, a coated stainless steel strip designed for electronic component manufacturers. It can serve as an...
Article
September 6, 2010
Precoated stainless steel improves tactile domes forming
Situation Tactile domes are used in communication devices as the switch element incorporated into membrane switches and control panels....
Article
December 1, 2009
Using laser shock peening to increase pilger die life
During pilgering, the dies endure extreme amounts of stress. Shot peening is a conventional, economic process for hardening the tooling, but its benefits are limited. Supplementing shot peening with laser shock peening where the stress is highest can help to extend the service life of the tools.
News
October 13, 2009
Sandvik to open service center in China
Sandvik Materials Technology, Sandviken, Sweden, has announced plans to open a dedicated service center with its own slitting line in Zhenjiang,...
News
February 10, 2009
Sandvik Decorex wins design award
Sandvik Decorex™, produced by Sandvik Materials Technology in Sandviken, Sweden, has won a Materialica Design + Technology Award for 2008,...