Process industries like chemicals, pump, valve, metering, oil and gas, and water rely on high-integrity components from MetalTek
Thousands of customers in countless process industries rely on MetalTek to help push the limits of what is possible and make their products better.
Large centrifugal wear rings keep rotating parts reliably moving. The unique properties of centrifugal castings make them an obvious choice for centrifuge drums. Oil and gas markets demand products like MetalTek manganese bronze jack nuts that not only perform reliably in severe environments but operate well beyond industry standards. Valves for the Alaska Pipeline are produced using hybrid processes from MetalTek that all but eliminate machine scrap. Accumulator tubes from MetalTek are installed on the ocean floor and available in an unmatched range of sizes.
Whether it is drawing on the more than 400 alloys that MetalTek routinely makes and pours, the shaping delivered by sand, investment, net shaped centrifugal castings, or complex machining and fabrications, customers in process industries rely on MetalTek for complex solutions to make their products safer and better. Please see our Energy page for other solutions related to process equipment.
Typical Process Industry Products
Centrifuge bowl shells
Typical Process Industry Applications
Centrifuges / decanters
Oil and gas production
LNG transport and metering
Pumps and valves
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Near-Net Shaped Centrifugal Valve Cages
MetalTek converted the static casting to a centrifugal, incorporating the sand core technology.
Vertical Centrifuge Components
Centrifugal castings keep their inherent round shape and their homogeneous grain structure.
Gate Valve Body
Our proprietary HPLT casting process delivers products that perform with little or no weld upgrade.
Submersible Pump Motor Body
Submersible pump applications are often remote and in highly corrosive environments.
Shaped internals that hold tolerance and position are a result of tight casting process control.