Strong Bimetal Pieces and Hybrid Parts to Power the Modern World

When joining dissimilar metals that cannot otherwise be combined by fusion welding, like aluminum and steel, NobelClad uses a ‘solid-state’ welding process to join them, creating a transition joint with an extremely strong metallurgical bond. 

These bimetal joints can be welded – on either side – by conventional techniques, so fabricators do not need to invest in additional training or equipment to use transition joints in challenging applications. Industries are turning to transition joints because they open a world of possibilities with alloy metals without sacrificing application reliability. They can be used to join steel or stainless steel to reactive metals, and nickel, copper and aluminum alloys. 


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