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April 08, 2019Saarland University, Germany, reports that a team of its researchers has prototyped a heating/cooling system that first stresses and then releases Nitinol wires to create heated and cooled air at twice the efficiency of a heat pump.
April 08, 2019Nickel-rich NiTiHf alloys have recently been investigated to achieve higher transformation temperatures and open new application opportunities in aerospace, automotive, and energy industries.
April 08, 2019Boeing and NASA have been developing lightweight and compact SMA actuators to support a growing need for improved aircraft efficiency and reduced emissions.
April 07, 2019MedShape Inc., Atlanta, announces the full commercial launch of the DynaClip bone fixation system, which is based on superelastic Nitinol technology.
April 07, 2019Confluent Medical (formerly Nitinol Devices & Components “NDC”), Fremont, Calif., launches the High-Performance Nitinol Tubing Center of Excellence in response to increasing market demand for high-performance nitinol tubing in challenging applications such as transcatheter heart valves, and neurovascular, electrophysiology, and interventional pulmonary devices.
ITSC 2019 abstract: Deposition of silicon carbide based coatings using high velocity oxy-fuel spraying
April 05, 2019Development of a new SiC-based powder has enabled the deposition of dense silicon carbide coatings using thermal spraying techniques for the first time.
April 03, 2019Ametek Land, England, has been selected as a finalist in the seventh annual S&P Global Platts Global Metals Awards in the “Breakthrough Solution of the Year” category for its innovative new Spot GS (galvannealed and galvanized strip), an advanced noncontact infrared spot pyrometer.
April 03, 2019Oerlikon, Switzerland, announces that it has acquired TeroLab Surface GmbH to expand Oerlikon Metco’s coatings services by increasing market applications and service accessibility to customers.
April 03, 2019Metalysis, England, announces that the United Kingdom’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), part of the Ministry of Defence, has become a customer for its titanium powder through the Materials for Strategic Advantage research program.