Amorphous metal alloy

The amorphous structure exhibits new properties different from the crystalline structure, such as high elasticity, strength, and strong corrosion resistance. Crystal structure alloys have boundaries between crystal structures called grain boundaries, and grain boundaries are mechanism factors for corrosion and deformation. In contrast, amorphous forms do not have such grain boundaries, so they are structurally flawless and have unique characteristics.

Our gas atomization process

Formed by cooling liquid metal rapidly, which prevents crystallization.