Superalloy Forging

What is Superalloy Forging?

Superalloy forging is a process of forming metal alloys into components used in a variety of applications. Superalloys are an alloy of metals that are resistant to heat and corrosion, offering superior strength and durability. Superalloy forgings are used in the aerospace, military, medical, and oil and gas industries, among others. They are made from specialized alloys and are formed using advanced forging techniques. Superalloy forgings are designed to withstand high levels of stress, corrosion, and temperature, making them ideal for a variety of applications.

What are advantages of superalloy forging?

  • Superior Strength and Toughness: Superalloy forging offers superior strength and toughness compared to more traditional materials such as aluminum or steel. This makes it ideal for applications where high strength and toughness are required.
  • High Corrosion Resistance: Superalloy forging offers excellent corrosion resistance due to its high chromium and nickel content. This makes it ideal for applications where corrosion resistance is desired.
  • High Temperature Performance: Superalloy forging has excellent high temperature performance which makes it ideal for applications where high temperatures are encountered.
  • Low Cost: Superalloy forging is relatively inexpensive compared to other materials, making it an attractive option for cost-conscious applications.
  • Versatility: Superalloy forging is extremely versatile and can be used in a variety of applications. It can also be formed into complex shapes and sizes, allowing it to be used in a wide range of applications.

What are disadvantages of steel forging?

  • High cost: Superalloy forging is expensive due to the high cost of the raw materials used and the complexity of the forging process.
  • Limited sizes: The forging process limits the sizes of parts that can be produced, as large parts are too difficult to produce.
  • Long lead times: Superalloy forging is a complex process and often requires long lead times due to the intricate design of the parts.
  • Difficult to machine: Superalloys are often difficult to machine due to their strength and hardness, making them harder to work with than other materials.
  • Limited shapes: The forging process limits the shapes of parts that can be produced, as very intricate shapes are difficult to achieve with forging.

Forging parts for different industries using Superalloy forging

We manufacture several forging parts for various industries, some of are them mentioned below:

  • Aerospace: Turbine Rotors, Discs, Blades, Shafts, Bearings and Hubs.
  • Marine: Propeller Shafts, Turbine Blades, Rotors, and Rings.
  • Oil and Gas: Valves, Connectors, and Fittings.
  • Automotive: Pistons, Rings, and Valve Components.
  • Medical: Implantable Devices and Orthopedic Implants.
  • Nuclear: Reactor Vessels, Pressure Vessels, Heat Exchangers, and Piping Components.

Materials we use for forging

Our forging process

Die & design

Step 01

Material selection & hearing

Step 02

Press forging process

Step 03


Step 04

QA & Inspection

Step 05

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