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Manufacturing In The UK: Broder Metals Group Limited

In the intricate tapestry of the UK metals industry, few names resonate as strongly as Broder Metals Group. Nestled in the heart of Sheffield, this specialized stockholder of nickel alloys and special metals has emerged as a beacon of innovation and sustainability, leaving an indelible mark not only on the local landscape but also on

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Company News Roundup: Changing Faces At Broder Metals Group

At Broder Metals Group, we pride ourselves on harnessing the skills of every member of our specialist team. Only by providing our colleagues with a rigorous programme of professional development can we deliver outstanding service for our customers, every time. We are therefore delighted to announce that our Goods Inwards Inspector, Richard Appleby, will be

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JOSCAR

JOSCAR Accreditation Award

Broder Metals Group Limited / Broder Aerospace are proud to announce that we have been approved to join the Joint Supply Chain Accreditation Register (JOSCAR) which enables companies in the Aerospace, Defence, Security & Space sectors to identify qualified suppliers. JOSCAR enables registered prime contractors such as BAE Systems, Leonardo, Raytheon UK, General Dynamics, QinetiQ,

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Uns N07718 (alloy 718) - Broder Metals Group

Alloy 718 – What Is It? Alloy 718 To AMS5663

UNS N07718 (Alloy 718) is often seen as the workhorse of the nickel-chromium alloy range, with many applications in Aerospace, General Engineering and the Oil & Gas industry. The grade is one of a type that is precipitation-hardenable, and which, with its addition of niobium, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium, provides a metal that is relatively

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625 & 718 Api Corrosion Resistant Alloys

625 vs 718 API Corrosion Resistant Alloys

What is the difference between Alloy 625 and Alloy 718 (to the API 6A CRA specification).  Both alloys are corrosion resistant, however they have extremely different properties, making each one better suited for particular applications. Here is our quick guide to the differences between them:

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Core Grades’ Corrosion Resistance

Broder Metals Group Limited: Core Grades’ Corrosion Resistance

Please see below a summary of the corrosion resistance properties of our core grades. Please be aware that corrosion resistance is a relative term, depending on media, operating conditions (pressure, temperature and many other factors). However all of these grades are included in the NACE International references of Petroleum and natural gas industries — Materials

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