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Forgital specializes in the production of forged rolled rings, with technologically advanced capabilities across a broad range of materials.

Rolled Rings

Description

Rolled rings are used across a broad number of market segments, including mission critical aerospace applications.

Range

Min-max DIA ⌀ 220mm-8300mm

Weight range

Max weight 45 ton

Finished rings

Description

In house rough and fine machining, depending on the needs of the customer.

Range

Min-max DIA ⌀ 220mm-8300mm

Weight range

Max weight 45 ton

Assembled components

Description

In-house assembly processes providing customers with finished products.

Range

Min-max DIA ⌀ 220mm-8300mm

Weight range

Max weight 45 ton

Materials

Forgital Group is a renowned component manufacturer that uses various metal alloys to meet the industrial needs of its customers. Thanks to a careful selection of metal alloys, the company offers high-quality solutions that stand out for their unique properties and superior performance in various application areas. Whether it is strength, durability, corrosion resistance or excellent thermal conductivity, the company has a wide range of metal alloys to meet the specific needs of industrial projects. The list of metal alloys produced by the company offers a comprehensive overview of available materials and their applications in engineering, aerospace and numerous other sectors. The company prides itself on providing first-class materials that exceed the expectations of the most demanding customers.

Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon and it is the world’s most important engineering and construction material.

High-alloy steels are defined by a high percentage of alloying elements. They contribute to increase strength, toughness, hardness, and creep resistance of the base material. They can also increase machinability and corrosion resistance and allow to tailor the properties of the material to each specific application

Tool steel is a type of carbon steel that is well-matched for tool manufacturing, such as hand tools or machine dies. Its hardness, resistance to abrasion and ability to retain shape at higher temperatures are the key properties of this material.

Stainless steel is the name of a family of iron-based alloys known for their corrosion and heat resistance.

Superalloys are a group of nickel, iron–nickel and cobalt alloys developed for jet engines and turbines. These alloys have excellent heat resistant properties and retain their stiffness, strength, toughness and dimensional stability at much higher temperatures than the other aerospace structural materials.

Titanium alloys are lightweight, high-strength, low-corrosion structural material particularly suitable for applications where weight is a critical parameter, such as aerospace components.

Aluminium alloys are a family of materials which have low density, are non-toxic, have a high thermal conductivity and  excellent corrosion resistance. Some of these alloys can reach significant mechanical properties and they combine these characteristics with an ease of casting, machining and forming. They are also non-magnetic and non-sparking. The base metal is the second most malleable and the sixth most ductile.

Copper is a tough, ductile, malleable material combined with high thermal and electrical conductivity. These properties make copper extremely suitable for tube forming, wire drawing, spinning and deep drawing.