• Additive Manufacturing Powders(3D)

  • Hard Facing Powders

  • Metals & Alloys

  • Thermal Spray Powders

  • MIM Powders

Additive Manufacturing Powders(3D)

AVARTANA metal powders – for Additive Manufacturing (3D)

AVARTANA metal powders for additive manufacturing ( 3D printing, rapid prototyping) are characterized by a spherical morphology and high packing density, which confer good flow properties. For powder bed processes these are essential when applying fresh powder layers to the bed to ensure uniform and consistent part build.

For blown powder processes good flow ensures uniform build rates. Tight control of the particle size distribution also help ensure good flow ability. Low oxygen powders result in clean micro structures and low inclusion levels in the finished parts.

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Avartana Steel Metals

Hard Facing Powders

AVARTANA Hard Facing Powders

AVARTANA METAL  POWDERS are produced by VACUUM INERT GAS ATOMIZED  and cooled in Argon/nitrogen inert gas. This process allows AVARTANA METAL  POWDERSto produce spherical, not oxidised particles with a homogeneous chemical com- position.

Powder is sieved using ultrasonic sieving to obtain a precise grain distribution according to the different applications for Base metals like Nickel, Cobalt, Hard Facing  /Plasma Transferred Arc(PTA) powders/Additive manufacturing  powders/Thermal Spray powders..etc

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Metals & Alloys

AVARTANA Metals & Alloys


– Nickel

Ni – 99.3%, Size :100 mesh,200 mesh,300 mesh,500 mesh

Apparent density : 3-4 gm/cc

– Cobalt

Cobalt is a chemical element with symbol Co and atomic number 27. Like nickel, cobalt is found in the Earth’s crust only in chemically combined form, save for small deposits found in alloys of natural meteoric iron The free element, produced by reductive smelting, is a hard, lustrous, silver-gray metal

Co – 99%, size – 325 mesh

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Thermal Spray Powders

AVARTANA Thermal Spray Powders

Self-Fluxing Alloy Powders are a type of thermal spraying (welding) materials which have functions of self-deoxidization and self-slagformation when melting. The nickel-Chromium- Boron-Silicon series of self-fluxing alloy powders have been successfully used for equipment manufacture and maintenance in the metallurgical, petroleum, chemical and machinery manufacturing industries.

Self-Fluxing Alloy Powder can be applied by spraying or welding using commonly available oxygen-acetylene equipment. During thermal spraying or welding, the molten alloy forms a metallurgical bond with the substrate surface.

Coatings thus formed are very dense, wear and corrosion resistant up to medium temperatures and adaptable for hardfacing gears, dies, valves and other mechanical components vulnerable to wear.

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MIM Powders



Plasma Transferred Arc Welding System is a precise, high energy, inert gas welding process. It produces a very high quality deposit offering optimal performance with minimal dilution or deformation of the base material. Unlike some thermal spray processes, which have a mechanical bond, PTA technology produces a metallurgical “welded” bond that is particularly effective in protection against corrosion, erosion, abrasion, and thermal shock.

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